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PRETOLA offers a range of training courses that can be tailored to meet the needs of your staff and operational context.


This FREE three-month virtual training is ideal for clinicians in Low to Middle Income Countries (LMICs) looking to stay abreast of latest research in epilepsy management and improve their patients’ outcomes.


This fifth edition of the EAMC offers a truly multidisciplinary approach to epilepsy management, featuring specialist sessions on Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy and Paediatric Epilepsy. Sessions will be delivered by leading international specialists in the field of epilepsy.


Our special session on SUDEP will explore the assessment and management of associated risks to prevent SUDEP and the ethical question of when is the right time to discuss SUDEP with the patient, families and their carers? What barriers exists, including stigma and cultural factors that prevents discussing SUDEP with people with epilepsy and their families?


The course content is highly engaging and tailored to reflect the clinical, cultural, and socio-economic contexts in LMICs. Participants from previous editions of the EAMC have benefited from opportunity to network with other participants and share best practice when caring for people with epilepsy.


Indicative Course Content:

  • Epilepsy: Definition, Myths and Misconception

  • Diagnosing Epilepsy using Neuro-diagnostic Assessments

  • Epilepsy in Children

  • Sudden Expected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP)

  • Epilepsy in women

  • Epilepsy and Mental Health


Learning Outcomes

At the end of the course, participants will:

  • Have a thorough understanding of epilepsy – causes, types and presentations

  • Know how to take thorough and accurate medical history of patients

  • Know how to make an accurate diagnosis of epilepsy

  • Understand how to manage epilepsy in special groups – women and people living with intellectual disabilities

  • Understand the meaning of SUDEP, how and when to have this sensitive discussion with people with epilepsy and how to prevent SUDEP

  • Be able to complete detailed risk assessments and management plans

  • Attend specialist sessions on Paediatric Epilepsy


Course Fee: FREE (Registration is mandatory)



Thanks to our sponsors ROW Foundation and Danny Did Foundation, participants can register for the EAMC for free


Course Duration:


The course will run virtually from 10th February – 27th April 2024 and will consist 19 topics taught in 6 sessions delivered bi-weekly (Saturdays only)


Participants will have access to recordings of sessions and will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion.




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