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Australian Epilepsy Research Register

The Australian Epilepsy Research Register is an important register of people living with epilepsy, and those caring for people living with epilepsy, who are willing to be occasional participants in future research projects.

Tackling Epilepsy in the Later Years

Tackling Epilepsy in the Later Years Project aims to research the prevalence of epilepsy in the aged community & to develop appropriate support for this age group & in particular to develop a service model for managing epilepsy that enables older people to stay in their own home longer.

Help promote the Victorian State Disability Plan 2013-2016

The Department of Health & Human Services has developed a survey that asks about the experiences of adults with a disability in some of the important life areas covered by the State Disability Plan since it was launched in 2013.

Longitudinal Survey

The Epilepsy Foundation (EF) is undertaking an applied research program designed to investigate the psychological and social consequences of this brain disorder over many years.

Research News

Regular newsletters reporting on social research relating to epilepsy, opportunities to participate, etc.

Medication Adherence Survey

This market research is being conducted on behalf of a pharmaceutical company.

Reducing Epilepsy Deaths - Online Survey

The Reducing Epilepsy Deaths: Exploring the experiences and needs of people bereaved by epilespy

Epilepsy & the NDIS - Have your Say!

The Epilepsy Foundation with Bendigo Community Health Services and Flinders University are supporting people with a disability and their families to have a say about how their epilepsy is managed in the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS or Disability Care).

Epilepsy & the NDIS - Have your Say!