The goal of the EpiCARE newsletter is to keep you informed about actions related to our European Reference Network on rare and complex epilepsies, EpiCARE, our main activities, events we participate in, news for the ePAG group…
You will find information about our next events, educational and research activities and calls, but also relevant information from the coordination team, our different members and our ePAG community.
We send one EpiCARE newsletter per month, and you can also find them below, available for download.
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The medical team members of the European Reference Network EpiCARE, in collaboration with patient advocates, develop and deliver highly-specialized diagnostics and care to improve interventions and outcome in individuals with rare and complex epilepsies.
The ERN EpiCARE was created in 2017 and is co-funded by the European Union.
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