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UK epilepsy services survey

6 Aug 2008

One of our stated aims is to "bring about permanent change for the social and medical benefit of people with epilepsy". We achieve this in a number of different ways, including asking people about their personal experiences of living with the condition - and this is what we're doing at the moment.

If you live in the UK, and have used epilepsy services in the last two years, then we would like you to complete our survey.  

The information that you give us will provide valuable evidence about the current state of the country's epilepsy services. We can then use that information in a number of different ways, such as what we lobby the government to do, how we develop our own services, and what other research we think is needed.

Thanks for taking part.

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