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NICE Evidence Update on Epilepsy

February 18th 2014

A new Evidence Update on epilepsy, work on which was aided by Bazian’s Information Specialist services (IS) team, has been published by NICE.

This latest Evidence Update focuses on new evidence relevant to NICE clinical guideline 137, 'The epilepsies: the diagnosis and management of the epilepsies in adults and children in primary and secondary care'. The new Evidence Update, which aims to highlight new evidence that health professionals may wish to consider alongside current guidance, can be viewed here.

Since April 2011, Bazian's IS team has worked on 44 Evidence Updates for NICE. The aim of NICE Evidence Updates is to help health and social care professionals keep up-to-date with new research, while reducing the time and resources spent searching for the latest evidence. Evidence Updates are upcoming on several topics, including substance misuse prevention, venous thromboembolic diseases and autism in adults.

More information on NICE Evidence Updates, as well as links to all published and upcoming updates, can be found on the NICE Evidence Updates home page, while a more detailed description of Bazian's Information Specialist services can be found here.