There remain vast disparities in the care received by patients with epilepsy around the world. We fundamentally believe in better access to good health care for all people with epilepsy and that more needs to be done to close the treatment gap.
We currently have two research projects that span seven low-and middle-income countries. Through ethnographic research and technological innovation we aim to reduce the epilepsy diagnostic and treatment gaps.
For more information about our research go to:
Epilepsy Pathway Innovation in Africa (EPInA)
Oxford Martin Programme on Global Epilepsy
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