Epilepsy Blog UK, Epilepsy in Pregnancy

Throughout January on the Research Blog, we took a closer look at epilepsy during pregnancy, the journey to recognising the risks associated with anti-epileptic drugs such as sodium valproate, and how research is making pregnancy safer for both mother and baby.

In our first Research Roundtable webinar of the year, our fantastic blog contributors from the month, Faye, Dr Rebecca Bromley and Kim Morley, joined us for a deeper dive into their various experiences in epilepsy and pregnancy, including impactful advocacy work, pioneering clinical practises and game-changing research. Catch up on the brilliant and informative session here.

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