Epilepsy WA Conference
March 1, 2024
We are proud to deliver this very special educational conference day “A Celebration of WA’s Epilepsy Warriors And The Excellence Of Our Clinicians And Researchers. Proudly Western Australian.” for people living with epilepsy and their loved ones.
This years’ event features the most impressive line-up of speakers ever, and will be MC’d, once again, by Karl Langdon, a high profile AFL player, who is one of Western Australia’s leading Sports Commentators and Radio Personalities.
This special day will also include priceless insights and story sharing from West Australian Epilepsy Warriors and their loved-ones to ensure that their unique insights into navigating life with an epilepsy diagnosis are shared.
Five highly regarded Neurologists/Epileptologists and one renowned Neuropsychiatrist will be speaking.
A list of the speakers at the 2024 Epilepsy WA Conference (in no particular order):
- Dr Athanasios Gaitatzis – Comorbidity and multimorbidity in epilepsy
- Dr Mubeen Janmohamed – Introduction to Stereo EEG
- Dr Nick Lawn – SUDEP: Let’s talk about it again
- Dr Jacqui-Lyn Saw – Being a woman is hard: Exploring being a woman with epilepsy
- Prof Bradleigh Hayhow – Depression: Rates and treatment in epilepsy patients
- Prof Lakshmi Nagarajan – Epilepsy and genes
- Katie Stewart, Chronic Care Australia – Exercise medicine and epilepsy
- Aoife Browne, Epilepsy WA Nurse – Seizure First Aid Strategies and the importance of care plans
Tickets are free for members of Epilepsy WA or $50 per ticket to non-members.
To join as a member and be eligible to register for a free ticket (one per membership) register here prior to securing your conference place. All membership fees are non-refundable.
Tickets are strictly limited and include a light lunch and light afternoon tea. Please specify any special dietary requirements when booking tickets and we will endeavour to meet your needs. While every effort is made to prevent cross contamination, we cannot guarantee the absence of allergens in the food provided.
Exact timings of the day are still in the process of being confirmed, but it is anticipated that this day will run from 9am until approximately 4.30pm. All registrants will receive more details prior to the event.
Please dress in purple, the colour of epilepsy awareness, to raise awareness of a condition that 1 in 25 West Australians will be diagnosed with in their lifetime.
Due to limited parking at The Niche (11 Aberdare Road, Nedlands – entrance off Hospital Avenue), conference attendees are strongly urged to use public transport wherever possible or arrive with plenty of time to park at the nearby multi-storey hospital car park (entry off Winthrop Avenue, parking fees apply).
It is important to note that photography and videography will be occurring at the event and participants may be unintentionally captured on film and may appear in marketing materials.
Please also note ticket fees for non-attendance are non-refundable (unless notified of intended absence by email to [email protected] at least 7 days prior to the event).
In the event of cancellation due to circumstances beyond our control, we will reschedule or convert the event to an online capacity. No refunds will be issued.
This educational event is supported by Eisai and Chiesi.
Unfortunately this event is now SOLD OUT. Should you wish to be added to a waitlist, please send the following details to [email protected]: name, email address, contact number and if you are a current member of Epilepsy WA. You will then be contacted as soon as a ticket(s) becomes available.
Important Message: The information contained within this website is not intended to take the place of individual medical advice. Do not make changes to treatment or medications without first discussing with your treating clinician.