The Regional Executive Committee for Europe consists of the Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary and two Members, all of whom are elected by the Full Members in the European Region. In addition, the Vice President Europe on the International Executive Committee is an ex-officio voting member of the Regional Executive Committee and acts as a liaison point between the International and Regional Committees. IBE President, Secretary General and Treasurer are also ex-officio non-voting members of this committee.
The pupose of the Regional Executive Committee is to facilitate joint activities in the region and to arrange regular (at least annual) meetings of the Regional Committee. These meetings usually take place at the time of the International Epilepsy Congress and the European Epilepsy & Society Congress.
Elected Regional Executive Committee 2013 – 2017
Presidential Symposium: The high profile symposium, meticulously constructed by the Presidents of ILAE and IBE, investigates whether epilepsy is genetic and the possible associated consequences. The topics covered include: how genetics are changing the epilepsy landscape, how to optimize genetic testing, how genes affect the response to treatment, and the pros and cons of knowing the answer. Main […]
Next week, in the United Kingdom, MPs are due to hold a three-hour debate on epilepsy in the House of Commons. This debate will take place at 14:00 (GMT) on Thursday 26 February and our friends and colleagues in the UK are urging everyone with epilepsy to lobby their MP to ask them to attend the debate. The […]
We are delighted to announce the winner of our competition to find a logo for International Epilepsy Day. Launched in September, the competition attracted a large number of entries with some excellent designs. In the end, the logo that stood out as having best met the competition brief was a design submitted by a young […]
As a member of the European Federation of Neurological Alliances (EFNA), IBE has been asked to promote a European survey that is currently underway. The survey will measure the impact of living with a brain disorder and is called “The EFNA Patient Experience Survey”. The aim is to find out how neurological disorders impact […]
We are delighted to announce that the next ‘SEIN Course on Clinical Epileptology’ will take place from 8-19 June 2015 atStichting Epilepsie Instellingen Nederland (SEIN) in the Netherlands. The target audience for this course will again be young doctors from low- and middle-income countries, with an interest in eurology, and specifically in epilepsy. This course will now be organised […]