CG137 Epilepsy: clinical case scenarios
Clinical case scenarios are an educational and learning resource designed to improve and assess users’ knowledge of the epilepsies and its application in primary and secondary care.
The resource is available in a PDF document for individual learning or as a power point presentation to help facilitate group learning.
The clinical case scenarios illustrate how the recommendations from the epilepsies can be applied to the care of patients presenting to primary and secondary care.
Using the PowerPoint version of this resource
- Agree the objectives of the session, based on your target audience.
- Consider how much time you have available.
- Further information is provided in the "notes" section of each slide, don't forget to read this!
- Choose your slides – you can edit this slide set and incorporate slides from other presentations.
- Consider what handouts may be needed.
- If the internet is available, use it to refer to the NICE pathway.
- Hyperlinks will only work when operating in slide show.
- Hyperlinked content may require internet access.
- Leave enough time for questions.
- Encourage your audience to familiarise themselves with the NICE recommendations prior to the event (for example by directing them to the NICE pathway).
- Have access to the original NICE recommendations for reference during the session.
- Familiarise yourself with the NICE recommendations and anticipate the questions participants might raise and where you can get the answers from.
These resources are implementation tools and should be used alongside the published guidance. The information does not supersede or replace the guidance itself.
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This page was last updated: 09 December 2013