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Education, Expertise and Empowerment for all epilepsy professionals.


ESNA is the national professional organisation for all nurses supporting people with epilepsy. 




Empowerment, Education and Expertise for all epilepsy professionals.

ESNA is the national professional organisation for all nurses supporting people with epilepsy. 

OUR AIMS

Education

There are a number of regional groups who meet 

regularly to discuss latest developments in epilepsy, 

provide networking opportuniities, peer support 

and CPD.

Training and CPD
Expertise

We are nurses and other health professionals

working to support people with epilepsy.


 

ESNA Member Resources
Empowerment

We raise the profile of epilepsy and promote an

holistic and multi-disciplinary approach.


 

Regional Groups

ESNA Glasgow 2021 - NEW DATES ANNOUNCED!

MAKE A DATE IN YOUR DIARY NOW

As you know, we had to cancel the 2020 ESNA conference which was due to take place in Glasgow.

We are delighted to announce that we have rebooked for Glasgow for the 12th and 13th September 2021. 

Further details on agenda, costs & booking a place will follow as soon as possible. Keep the dates free for what will be another interesting and stimulating 2 days.

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ESNA are pleased to announce the launch of......

Best Practice Guidelines for the Administration of Buccal Midazolam

This document is intended to serve as a guideline for those purchasing as well as delivering training in the administration of Buccal Midazolam. It is hoped the guideline will provide assistance to the local regulatory authority and to help establish a national standard of minimal training./-critical-time

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Take The Test!

Online post epilepsy training assessment tool

Most ESNA members support or complete training for buccal midazolam to ensure core competencies are up to date and patient safety is protected.  ESNA’s latest guidelines, produced in collaboration with the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE) and the Royal College of Psychiatrists (RCPsych), outline important safety standards for first aid intervention while demonstrating the need for awareness, training and consistent review of epilepsy knowledge and protocol. 

To support the implementation of the guidelines, award-winning UK digital learning experts Virtual College, have created an online assessment tool to ensure to best practice is maintained in social care organisations when administering buccal midazolam. 

The ESNA best practice guidelines for training professional carers in the administration of buccal midazolam are available on our website. Alternatively, both the guidelines and the online test can be accessed via the Virtual College website  The online epilepsy assessment tool takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and costs just £5 + VAT per person. Users are required to refresh by retaking the programme every two years. 

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The benefits of ESNA membership:

  • Networking and peer support
  • Annual conference
  • Free access to Epilepsia journal

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