At Epilepsy Action we support a wide range of medical and non-medical professionals.

We have info and resources for epilepsy specialist nurses, GPs and nurses, care home managers and professionals, teachers and school staff, and researchers looking for support with a study.

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Join as a professional member

Membership for professionals in health, social care, and education, as well as people with an advanced or academic interest in epilepsy.

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Epilepsy specialist nurses

We can provide resources for you and your patients, as well as access to our nationwide network of other professionals.

Explore all resources and information for ESNs

We now offer joint membership with ESNA for nurses.

Find out more

Primary care staff

Resources and information for GPs and practice nurses

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The care sector

This course is designed for people who support or care for people with epilepsy.

It aims to give you the knowledge and skills you need to work effectively with people with the condition.

Latest news

News for professionals

Find out more on the latest in epilepsy research, treatments and other issues affecting people with epilepsy.

The latest epilepsy news for professionals

Support for education providers

We have online training for teachers and school staff, as well as extensive information to help you support pupils with epilepsy.

Support for researchers

There are a number of ways in which Epilepsy Action can support researchers and people working in quality improvement.

This might be help with funding, recruitment of participants or consulting with service users at the design stage of your project.

Here to support you

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Call the Epilepsy Action helpline

If you would like to talk to someone about epilepsy, our trained advisers are here to help.

0808 800 5050
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Send us your question

Send a question to our trained epilepsy advisers. (We aim to reply within two working days).

Contact us today