Have your say on epilepsy research!
The Ontario Brain Institute’s (OBI) epilepsy research program (EpLink) is looking to better understand the questions Canadians have about epilepsy and seizures. These questions could be about causes or diagnosis, treatment, managing day-to-day life or managing co-existing conditions related to epilepsy.
If you have epilepsy or experience seizures, or if you care for or work with someone who does, we want your help in setting the priorities for epilepsy research. Your answers to this survey will help researchers and research funding organizations better identify what is important to people living with epilepsy and/or seizures and incorporate their priorities when planning future projects.
This is an opportunity for you to lend your expertise from your own personal/professional experience, and have your say in setting epilepsy research priorities.
Please complete this short questionnaire at: http://www.braininstitute.ca/epilepsy-psp
This survey is open from October 2019 to January 2020– contribute your voice today!
A Cure May Be Found Tomorrow But Someone Needs Your Help Today
The Goal of the Epilepsy and Seizure Association of Manitoba is to promote the well being of people with epilepsy/ seizure disorders on a non-profit basis. Further, to do all things necessary to achieve this aim.
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