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INTERNATIONAL EPILEPSY DAY

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INTERNATIONAL EPILEPSY DAY

International Epilepsy Day is a special event that promotes epilepsy awareness in more than 130 countries each year.

Every year, on the second Monday of February, people come together to recognize and highlight the problems faced by people with epilepsy, their families and their carers.

This is a day for everyone, no matter where you are, no matter how small or large your group is, no matter if you focus on the medical or social aspects of the disease.

 

The day is organized by the International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE) and the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE), and supported by LICE, the Italian League against Epilepsy.
 

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2021

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2016

Participation in the Open Day of the Verona Child Neuropsychiatry Department at the Aula 1 of the Verona University of Medicine and following readings on Epilepsy by Prof. Bernardo dalla Bernardina and Carlo Alberto Tassinari; on this occasion, in collaboration with AGSM and the patronage of the Municipality of Verona, Palazzo Gran Guardia was lit in purple to raise awareness of epilepsy.

INTERNATIONAL EPILEPSY DAY

International Epilepsy Day is a special event that promotes epilepsy awareness in more than 130 countries each year.

Every year, on the second Monday of February, people come together to recognize and highlight the problems faced by people with epilepsy, their families and their carers.

This is a day for everyone, no matter where you are, no matter how small or large your group is, no matter if you focus on the medical or social aspects of the disease.

 

The day is organized by the International Bureau for Epilepsy (IBE) and the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE), and supported by LICE, the Italian League against Epilepsy.
 

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2021

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14 febbraio, San Valentino protettore degli innamorati e degli epilettici.

 

“Nessuno deve essere lasciato solo”

 

Patrocinio del Comune di Verona, il supporto dell’assessore al sociale Daniela Maellare, il Sindaco Federico Sboarina abbiamo colorato il Palazzo della Gran Guardia di viola.

 

Un grazie speciale ad AGSM-AIM.

2021

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Our President Isabella Brambilla interviewed Prof. Francesca Darra, Head of Child Neuropsychiatry at the Verona Integrated Hospital, who is personally involved every day both in the ward and at the University of Verona on the occasion of the International Day of Epilepsy 2021.

Webinar

Moderators: Bernardo Dalla Bernardina and Isabella Brambilla

Opening: Prof. Alexis Arzimanoglou

Speakers: Prof. Renzo Guerrini - Prof. Francesca Darra & Prof. Gaetano Cantalupo  - Prof. Emilio Perucca - Dr. Nicola Specchio - Dr. Francesca Ragona & Dr. Francesca Bisulli - Representatives of the associations pertaining to the Allenza Epilepsies Rare and Complex.

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2016

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Participation in the Open Day of the Verona Child Neuropsychiatry Department at the Aula 1 of the Verona University of Medicine and following readings on Epilepsy by Prof. Bernardo dalla Bernardina and Carlo Alberto Tassinari; on this occasion, in collaboration with AGSM and the patronage of the Municipality of Verona, Palazzo Gran Guardia was lit in purple to raise awareness of epilepsy.

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