Epilepsy

Purpose of the group

The main purpose of the group is to address the needs of people with epilepsy in Scotland by bringing together those with an interest in the health and wellbeing of persons living with this condition. 

Forthcoming meetings

Next meeting: 27 February 2020

This meeting will be held at 1pm.

Agendas/Links

Minutes

 

Annual Return/Report

Group Officers

Group Members

Non MSP Individuals

Mary Antcsak 

Jean Barclay 

Charlotte Bergqvist

Helen Bongard 

Celia Brand 

Andrew Boyle 

John Bruce 

Dr Richard Chin 

Dr Christian Schnier

Elaine Collard 

Magnus Corkish

Norma Crawford 

Heather Davies 

Dr Susan Duncan 

Ann Greenall 

Alan Guild 

Andrena Hughes 

Raymond Hussain 

Chris Jeans 

Marie Kelly 

Chloe Kippen

Yvonne Leavy 

Rachel Lloyd 

Helen Macdonald 

Lorraine Mackenzie 

Dr Pam Martis 

Barbara McCulloch

Michael McCulloch 

Dr Ailsa McLellan

Chalmers Mowbray

Linda Radcliffe 

Derek Robertson 

Brian Rocks 

Ewen Roy 

Jane Stuart 

Sharon Thinn 

Kerry Thompson 

Sam Whitmore

Darren Wilkinson 

Organisations

Epilepsy Scotland – Secretary

Blue Sky Autism

Carita Neurological Solutions

Citizen’s Advice Scotland 

Community Pharmacy Scotland

Division of Clinical Psychology Scotland

Eisai ltd

Enable

Epilepsy Connections 

Epilepsy Consortium Scotland 

Epilepsy Nurses Association (ESNA)

Headway

Lanarkshire Epilepsy 

LivaNova

Muir Maxwell Trust/Muir Maxwell Epilepsy Centre 

PAMIS

Quarriers/ Scottish Epilepsy Centre 

Royal Pharmaceutical Society Scotland 

SUDEP Action Scotland

UCB Pharma

Veriton

West Dunbartonshire Epilepsy Support Group

Get involved

Next meeting:
27 February 2020

Contact:

[email protected]

Tel: 0141 419 1701

Contact

Alasdair Allan MSP

The Scottish Parliament
Edinburgh
EH99 1SP

 

Cross Party Groups and GDPR

Please note that some Cross-Party Groups have external organisations that provide secretariat support to the Group. These organisations manage your information in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) requirements. The links to the privacy policies, of the organisations that have provided them to the Scottish Parliament are available on our website.

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