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Epilepsy and pregnancy – we need your help!

Do you live with epilepsy and have been pregnant in the last five years?  We need your help.

PAID RESEARCH INVOLVEMENT OPPORTUNITY WITH THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM

Epilepsy Research UK and the University of Birmingham are collaborating on a project – the Epi-Safe Research Programme – to increase our understanding of pregnancy and epilepsy.

We are seeking individuals to join the Epi-Safe project’s advisory group and work alongside researchers to help develop a personalised care plan, designed to improve the healthcare of pregnant people with epilepsy. The involvement of people living with epilepsy is a vital part of this programme.

The role will be home-based and requires approximately 2 or 3 days a year for advisory group meetings, preparation, reviewing documents and training.

Read more information about the role here.
Find the application form here.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: 10AM, TUESDAY 29 AUGUST

If this opportunity does not apply to you, please forward this email to someone in your network who may be interested in applying.

JOIN THE EPILEPSY RESEARCH UK SHAPE NETWORK

To be the first to hear about future opportunities like this, join our Shape Network – the UK’s largest community of research-interested people affected by epilepsy. The Shape Network is a Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) group and offers the opportunity to: – use your experience of the condition to influence research and help others affected by epilepsy– increase your knowledge about research into epilepsy– take an active role in helping to achieve a life free from epilepsyYou don’t need a scientific background or an understanding of research to join the Shape Network, just an interest in getting involved and sharing your experience.

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