Criteria for membership 2011; updated 2016
Professionals with responsibility for assessment and management of childhood epilepsy
This includes consultant paediatricians & senior trainees with specific epilepsy interest & responsibility; nurses with a specialist interest in epilepsy; neurophysiologists and senior EEG technologists; other professionals working in specialist epilepsy programs including epilepsy surgeons, child psychiatrists, neuropsychologists, clinical psychologists, speech and language therapists.
There is an expectation that members will:
Participate in SETPEG activities, including willingness to present cases of interest and attend at least one meeting per year
Participate in education and audit in relation to childhood epilepsy
Continue to be involved in assessment and management of children with epilepsy and related disorders
All applications will be submitted to Membership Secretary SETPEG and discussed at next working group meeting
Consultants: £25 registration fee then £25pa payable in June
Non consultants: £10 registration fee then £10 pa payable in June
free attendance and lunch at annual Summer meeting including members only morning session
free attendance at winter meeting.