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Finding out about services for women of child-bearing age who have epilepsy

What's it about?

Epilepsy Action is working with researchers from the University of Liverpool. We are trying to find out about what services there are for women of child-bearing age and where they are, across the UK. This will help us have a better understanding of the gaps in services and plan future resources and research.

How can I take part?

You can take part if you:

You can take part if you are a:

  • Woman with epilepsy
  • Friend/family member/carer of a woman with epilepsy
  • Health or social care professional who works with women with epilepsy

What will I have to do?

Answer a survey about what you know about services for women with epilepsy who are of child-bearing age.

The survey will take around 10 minutes to complete.

You will not be asked for any information that identifies you, such as your name or contact details.

 

How do I get involved?

Please follow the link below for the survey which best suits you.

Is there a deadline?

The surveys will close on 30 November 2020.

Who is conducting the research?

Dr Janine Winterbottom, advanced nurse specialist in epilepsy, University of Liverpool
Email: J.B.Winterbottom@liverpool.ac.uk
Amanda Stoneman, research and evaluation officer, Epilepsy Action
Email: astoneman@epilepsy.org.uk

Who has reviewed this study?

The survey has been reviewed by staff at Epilepsy Action and the University of Liverpool

Event Date: 
Monday 24 February 2020

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