I have had the honor of working in amazing families to learn about their epilepsy journeys and to develop informative on-demand webinars to address frequently asked questions.
November is Epilepsy Awareness Month, which provides a spotlight for a journey that we work on every single day of every year.
#LetsTalkAboutEpilepsySurgery is a terrific initiative started by Monika Jones JD at the Brain Recovery Project. I was honored to take part and discuss different types of epilepsy surgery for families approaching and considering these options for the first time. This is a great resource with a repository of a series of webinars with surgeons, epileptologists, providers, and advocates for pediatric epilepsy.
Neurostimulation is also a surgical option that is offering hope to those who may not have been considered surgical candidates before. My brilliant epilepsy colleague Dr. Joyce Wu and I joined Shae's mom along with Gabrielle Conecker and JayEtta Hecker of DEE-P Connections for a deep dive discussion in this webinar about Stimulators: Could a VNS, DBS, or RNS help?
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Cross-post & links to my posts on other sites
Updates on pediatric cerebrovascular disease in #NeurosurgeryBlog
Comments on health policy, pediatric neurosurgery, and the Affordable Care Act in the #NeurosurgeryBlog
Sharing on the "ask-the-doctor" series on the Children's Craniofacial Association's blog
- helmet FAQs: after endoscopic craniosynostosis surgery
- helmet FAQs: positional plagiocephaly
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