The Ukrainian League Against Epilepsy disseminates research, advances, guidance and other information in the treatment of epilepsy and associated illness through official publications. ULAE actively cooperates with the journal NeuroNews, ILAE and is working on the creation of its own journal.
The International League Against Epilepsy disseminates research findings and breakthroughs in the cure for epilepsy and related seizure disorders through its official publications and ILAE chapter publications endorsed by the League. Each journal features original peer-reviewed articles that communicate the latest in epilepsy research (Epilepsia and Epiliptic Disorders).
Epilepsia is the world's leading journal of original scientific research and commentary in epileptology.
Mission: Epilepsia is one of the journals of the International League Against Epilepsy (ILAE). The Journal publishes original articles on all aspects of epilepsy, clinical and experimental. The journal also publishes timely reviews, as well as commission and task force reports from various ILAE groups.
Target readership: Professionals and experts who treat and do research related to all aspects of epilepsy.
Epileptic Disorders is the International League Against Epilepsy’s premier journal for educational communication.
Mission: Create educational links between epileptologists and other health professionals in clinical practice and scientists or physicians in research-based institutions.
Target readership: Physicians and other health professionals involved in the diagnosis, management and care of persons with epilepsy
Target authorship: Experts in any epilepsy-related domain that can provide the readership with manuscripts of outstanding educational value to enhance optimal epilepsy care and research
NeuroNews Magazine: Psychoneurology and Neuropsychiatry:the first in Ukraine magazine on psychiatry and neurology not only for specialized specialists, but also for general practitioners.
The purpose of the journal:
Providing information on the current state of problems in such related disciplines as psychiatry and neurology, as well as assistance in acquiring knowledge on the diagnosis and treatment of border mental illness, our publication may be interesting and useful to the widest range of doctors.