Seizure Classification Quick Tip

“Let perseverance be your engine and hope your fuel.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Wrapping up our series of Fall Quick Tips – this post’s ‘focus’ (get it? : ) is Seizure Classification.

Seizure Classification… Clinical Manifestations…Syndromes, etc…are all on the Content Outline of the Exam.

Being proficient in this area is not just for board prep but is also essential in our the daily patient care responsibilities.

For this topic I am going to point you to a website that summarizes this very well – it’s an Epilepsy online diagnostic manual called EpilepsyDiagnosis.org (you’ll also find this Quick Tip and more helpful links on the Neurodiagnostic Niche’s Resource Library).

It’s super user friendly…it’s comprehensive list of the epilepsies with detailed descriptions and some videos make this a great place to start.

You’ll find most all you need to know here.  

If you find your self-studying approach could use a coach or tutor to keep you on track – just email me @ RTompkins@TompkinsAssociates.com

This post wraps up our Fall Quick Tips series – Stay tuned and be sure to put in your email address at the bottom of this web page to receive posts directly to your inbox. 

We’ll resume at the top of the New Year!

But before we wind down 2021 – let’s take a moment to reflect back…

  • Did we accomplish what we had hoped to this year?
  • Were our goals within reach and did we do the work?
  • Was this Your Year to Getting Registered?

If so and if I can help in any way – just let me know!

Let’s Stay Curious and Grow What We Know

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