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Management of pharmaco-resistant epilepsy

Structural and functional development in epilepsy imaging – William Gaillard, USA

School and epilepsy

Learning disabilities in children with epilepsy: causes and consequences – Chahnez Triki, Tunisia

Teachers’ knowledge and attitudes toward epilepsy – Mohammed Jan, KSA

WFN / CEMA Session

Thirty years of new antiepileptic drugs: What did we achieve, and what is next? – Emilio Perucca, Italy

Epileptic encephalopathies

The epileptic encephalopathies – concepts and prognostic factors – Helen Cross, United Kingdom

Novel therapies for epileptic encephalopathies – Raidah Al Baradie, KSA

Generalized epilepsies of unknown and genetic cause

Classification and concepts of generalized seizures and epilepsies: What is new? – Sameer Zuberi, United Kingdom

Approaches to the management of drug-resistant generalized epilepsies – Gregory Krauss, USA

Status Epilepticus

The treatment of Status Epilepticus – Aidan Neligan, United Kingdom

Immune-mediated epilepsies

Immune-mediated refractory epilepsies: concepts and mechanisms – Sarosh Irani, United Kingdom

How to diagnose and treat auto-immune epilepsies in children – Khaled Zamel, Qatar

Public perceptions and understanding of epilepsy

New technologies in connecting, educating and helping people with epilepsy – Najib Kissani, Morocco

Training programme for caregivers and PWE about epilepsy – Fatma Kamoun, Tunisia

Teaching Session:  Video-session: Semiology of seizures

Frontal lobe epilepsy – diagnostic challenge – Nirmeen Kishk, Egypt

Basic EEG Course

How to write an EEG request? – Nirmeen Kishk, Egypt

Platform Session

Sodium channel blockers in the 21st Century – Martin Brodie, United Kingdom

QuoStatus: a software package for the analysis of the progression of Status Epilepticus in EEG signals – Peter Roper, USA