In an article in today's Scotsman (19 March 2014), Head of Epilepsy Services Gerard Gahagan discusses how epilepsy care can be transformed.


The article focusses on how partnerships working with patients, the Scottish Government, the third sector and health boards can make a lasting difference to how the condition is treated and managed in Scotland, and looks at the difference that The William Quarrier Scottish Epilepsy Centre has made to patient care.

Read the full article here.

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