An overview of epilepsy in children and young people
Nina Solomon Epilepsy specialist nurse, Young Epilepsy National Services, Lingfield, Surrey
Kirsten McHale Lead nurse for practice development, Young Epilepsy National Services, Lingfield, Surrey
The role of the nurse is vital in the management of childhood epilepsy. Nurses play a key role in supporting the child and the family and ensuring that important relevant and accurate information is identified, recorded and reported to the team responsible for the medical management.
Learning Disability Practice.
15, 6, 30-38.
This article has been subject to double blind peer review
Conflict of interest
Accepted: 03 March 2012
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