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If you are not registered yet to the Virtual Epilepsy Colloquium 2021, it is still time* ! 

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*If you register after 8.00 PM CEST, your account will be activated on the platform 1 hour before the beginning of the scientific program on the following day.

 

 

 

The Digital 13th Epilepsy colloquium will be held May 20 to 22
The digital platform will open on  May 19 at 4.00 pm CEST / 3.00 pm BST

This way, Registered participants can start to navigate through the platform , visit our posters, our partners’ booths and check all the resources 1 day  before the colloquium.

Registered participant should have received a personal email with "last information and connection" on May 14 with the following information

  1. Go to https://www.virtual-epilepsy-colloquium2021.com/
    You can already go to the opening page to complete your profile 

  1. Enter your email address (email used to register )*
    *If you are unable to access the platform you can always connect with our live support chat at the right bottom of the screen.

     
  2. You will then arrive in our digital lobby

If you have any question, please contact us by email: epilepsy-colloquium@ant-congres.com or by phone: +33 4 67 10 92 23.

 

We thank you again and look forward to welcoming you
The Epilepsy colloquium secretariat

 

Endorsed by the European Reference Network for Rare and Complex Epilepsies ERN EpiCARE

 

 

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A second opinion: How EU networks share knowledge to save lives.

In Europe, there are around 30 million people living with rare diseases and conditions,
but no country alone has the knowledge or capacity to treat them.
In 2017, medical practitioners representing 28 centres in 13 EU countries helped a family doctor diagnose and decide on treatment for a child with a rare case of epilepsy.
 
 
 
 

 

 

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