There’s now just ONE WEEK until the UK Epilepsy Priority Setting Partnership (PSP) survey closes. Now, more than ever, we need YOUR help to drive change.

The UK Epilepsy PSP is a national survey collating the views of the entire UK epilepsy community including people living with the condition, families, friends, carers, those bereaved by epilepsy and those working in epilepsy.

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To ensure the UK Epilepsy PSP is truly representative, everyone must have their say.

We are currently missing the voices of:

– Men
– Ethnic minorities
– People aged 25 and under
– People aged 65 and over
– People working in epilepsy and associated condition charities
– People living in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland

Your views will provide us with the evidence we need and convince funders to invest in the research the epilepsy community deserves and for us to invest in the areas that matter the most to you. If you know of anyone who would like to share their priorities for epilepsy research, please share the survey with them.

Five minutes is all it takes to complete the survey – NOW is the time to tick it off your to-do list before the survey closes on 17th February.

YOUR voice matters. Don’t miss this once in a generation opportunity to share your priorities. Let’s shape the future of research into epilepsy together.

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YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

What is a research priority? How easy is it to complete the survey? Why is it important to take part? UK Epilepsy PSP lead, Dr Rhys Thomas, and Epilepsy Research UK Shape Network advisor, Jenny, answer your questions in the below 3 minute video:

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