Act Local, Think Global!
EXCITING WORKSHOP SHOWCASING SUCCESSFUL RESEARCH PROJECTS
Mike Glynn (Ireland), IBE President
Researching the impact of epilepsy with limited resources
Christine Linehan, Ireland
The influence of research on professional practice and public policy
Philip Lee, UK
’Thinking About Epilepsy’: education program evaluation
Mary Secco, Canada
Family functioning in people with medically refractory epilepsy
Sarah Wilson, Australia
‘Scientjournalist’ : a chimera for social transformation
Li, Min Li, Brazil
Making Research Happen: the first tentative steps
Ding Ding, China
Questions & Answers
IBE’s Research Task Force is planning an interactive workshop that will be of interest to all those who have ever considered undertaking research. The event will act as a catalyst for improving the social condition and quality of life for people with epilepsy.
Showcasing research carried out by IBE members, and others working to support people with epilepsy and their families, this will be the ideal opportunity to discover new methods that could be adopted for use at local level. There will also be ample Question and Answer time for you to pose your questions to the session speakers.
MARK THIS DATE IN YOUR DIARY!
Members of the IBE Research Task Force: Ley Sander (Chair) – UK, Rosey Panelli (Acting Chair) – Australia, Malachy Bishop – USA, Pascalina Chanda – Zambia, Ding Ding – China, Patrick Kwan – Australia, Li Min Li – Brazil, Tomás Mesa – Chile, Janet Mifsud – Malta.
Date: Sunday 23rd June 2013
Time: 17:00 – 18:30
Venue: Palais des Congrès de Montréal