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Posted 2 years ago
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“1 train care staff in epilepsy and finding articles on the subject is difficult.are these confined to learning disability sector?
Having the condition myself I find information sadly sparse!”
Posted 3 years ago
Have you discovered this article: https://www.nursingtimes.net/7022881.article
This article is comprehensive and covers different types of epilepsy and current treatments. There is a self-assessment quiz which comes with it. You mention you train staff so this might be a useful aspect for you and your team.