Epilepsy in Northern Ireland

The latest news on epilepsy in Northern Ireland

Stormont must work to support people with epilepsy – Epilepsy Action
Stormont must work to support people with epilepsy – Epilepsy Action
Grace Wood | Epilepsy Action Northern Ireland has called for political parties to restore power sharing
Northern Irish mental health champion meets young people
Northern Irish mental health champion meets young people
Jack Morgan |  The mental health champion, Professor Siobhan O’Neill, heard directly from young people with epilepsy
Neurologist Dr Watt to be removed from medical register
Neurologist Dr Watt to be removed from medical register
Dr Michael Watt is the neurologist at the centre of Northern Ireland’s biggest patient recall
Meet Northern Irish mental health champion
Meet Northern Irish mental health champion
Young people who have faced challenges with mental health services in Northern Ireland are encouraged to make their voices heard
Northern Irish legislative assembly meets Epilepsy Action
Northern Irish legislative assembly meets Epilepsy Action
Grace Wood | The event took place at Parliament Buildings on the Stormont Estate in Belfast
Northern Ireland patients left waiting
Northern Ireland patients left waiting
Northern Ireland has the longest waiting times for neurology appointments in the UK.
Family makes epilepsy safety aid from car harness
Family makes epilepsy safety aid from car harness
Grace Wood | Dermod Ryder developed the harness for his daughter Katie
Northern Ireland patient waiting list “in disarray and sometimes chaos”
Northern Ireland patient waiting list “in disarray and sometimes chaos”
Jack Morgan In Northern Ireland 1 in 83 people has epilepsy, with waiting times for neurology appointments the highest in the UK.
Northern Ireland epilepsy numbers “highly concerning”
Northern Ireland epilepsy numbers “highly concerning”
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