Join us on Satuday 12th March 2016 at Central Hall Westminster, London to hear the latest on our scientific breakthroughs in genetic research, our vision for the future of epilepsy treatment and meet and share experiences with others who are affected by epilepsy.
The day's programme will also give you information about:
influencing your local NHS epilepsy services
managing risks around epilepsy
tackling the psychosocial impact of epilepsy
managing anti-epileptic drug treatment
Impressive and accessible, Central Hall is in the heart of London opposite Westminster Abbey, has excellent transport links, and is very spacious so that we can welcome more of you than ever before. Central Hall is a short walk from Westminster and St James's Park tube stations, and Westminster tube has step-free access. Mainline stations Waterloo, Charing Cross and Victoria are also all close by, and there are numerous bus routes.
Speakers include Head of genetics, Professor Sanjay Sisodiya. We will also be welcoming other renowned epilepsy experts to talk about their work in pushing medical and research boundaries to really make a difference to epilepsy treatments and services.
Suggested minimum donation - £25.00 per person. Includes lunch and refreshments.
To book your place complete and return the booking form, or call us on 01494 601 410 to find out more.
This conference is kindly supported by:
Watch the presentations below from our 2014 conference:
- Dr Trudy Thomas - making the most of your pharmacist
- Dr Sallie Baxendale - coping with memory problems
- Dr Cherilyn McKay - epilepsy, anxiety and depression
Comments from conference 2014
I would like to say on behalf of my friend and myself,
a big thank you for all the hard work that went into the organising of the conference.
Once again all the staff and volunteers really stepped up to the plate to make this early meeting so pleasurable.
Extremely interesting, informative and well worth attending.
Well done to everyone for an excellent conference.
I heard nothing but positive comments from those who attended.
My husband and I attended the Epilepsy Society annual conference last Saturday and really enjoyed the day.
We thought and felt that your staff could not have been more helpful.
I've been to many conferences, but yours is the best one I've been to.
I had a brilliant day. Well done and thank you.