Epilepsy12 national audit in paediatric care - logo

Epilepsy12 is a national clinical audit, established in 2009, with the aim of helping epilepsy services, and those who commission health services, to measure and improve the quality of care for children and young people with seizures and epilepsies.

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National reports

We have published national reports of the audit for round 1 in 2012 and round 2 on 26 November 2014 - including summary versions for parents, carers, children and young people.

Go to all reports

Methodology and datasets

The full methodology and datasets for round 2 of the audit - including the three main components: service descriptor, clinical audit and patient experience questionnaires.

More about methodology

Unit reports

Each participating unit is provided a unit-specific report for the round(s) in which it has taken part. These are available to download, listed by unit name.

Go to unit reports (A-K)
Go to unit reports (L-Z)

Quality improvement tools

Access tools and resources relating to the Epilepsy12 performance indicators - using search criteria for service type, geographical location and area of interest.

Go to toolkit

Key partner organisations

Epilepsy12 partners - Epilepsy Action, RCN, BSCN, Epilepsy Scotland, Healthcare Improvement Scotland, HQIP, Young Epilepsy, BPNA, BACD

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Young Epilepsy 2015 Champions Awards

Epilepsy12 receives the award for Shaping Better Futures.

Dr Colin Dunkley and Calvin Down receiving award

Image: Colin Dunkley (Clinical Lead) and Calvin Down (Project Manager)

Epilepsy12 scoops national award

At the recent Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) awards the RCPCH won a prize for young person's participation in the audit.

Paediatric Epilepsy Best Practice Tariff to support Trusts to comply with a specific level of care: