In 2005 Epilepsy Australia in partnership with Epilepsy Bereaved (UK) published the book Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy: a global conversation in
response for the need for a resource that could present a succinct
picture of SUDEP bringing together both the science and the human
experience in an accessible form for all interested readers.
is a collection of considered observations on the many issues
surrounding SUDEP by leading authors in the medical, legal and
Written in plain English, this book is intended as a resource for those interested in gaining a better understanding of SUDEP.
The information provided below is drawn from this publication.
If you or your family has suffered a bereavement due to SUDEP or an epilepsy-related death, Epilepsy Australia has
experienced counsellors who can help at this time.
For assistance and information, please call 1300 852 853 or email email@example.com
For information on the work of Epilepsy Bereaved (UK), visit www.sudep.org
Epilepsy Australia National Help Line 1300 852 8653
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The Joint Epilepsy Council of Australia is pleased to call for nominations for the Australian
recipient of the IBE Outstanding Person with Epilepsy Award, to be awarded at the 10th Asian & Oceanian Epilepsy Congress in Singapore in August 2014.
More than 15,000 copies of a book that brings together global expertise
on SUDEP will have been distributed to epilepsy communities around the
world by the end of the 66th annual American Epilepsy Society conference.
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