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Our winter newsletter features the latest news from the Encephalitis Society, including exclusive details about World Encephalitis Day 2018 Read more
Christmas Sarnie Day on Friday, 15 December, is a fun - and tasty! - way to support the Encephalitis Society this December. Yule love it! Read more
The Encephalitis Society is named Charity of the Year in the 2017 Charity Times Awards Read more
Less than one in a million children who had vaccination will develop Encephalitis from the vaccination which is less than the incidence of all types of Encephalitis. Read more
Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain caused by an infection or through the immune system attacking the brain in error.
A short video about the impact that encephalitis has on individuals and their family members
Encephalitis in Adults. A guide explains the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and after-effects of the illness and provides guidelines for recovery and rehabilitation.
The Encephalitis in children. A guide follows the child and their family's journey from hospital ward to rehabilitation settings, school and home, hoping to direct them through the maze of health care, education and social care.
This Guide aims to support GPs by providing evidence-based and up-to-date information to help with recognising and managing the acute symptoms and after-effects of encephalitis and acquired brain injury.
People are affected by encephalitis globally each year
of the UK general public do not know what encephalitis is
People reached during our 2017 World Encephalitis Day campaign
The first edition of our newsletter for professionals interested in encephalitis is now available to read Read more
Researchers and clinical professionals interested in encephalitis joined us in London for our annual professional conference Read more
During November, 30 teams of up to 6 people will each be given £30 and challenged to accumulate as much money as their brains and bodies can achieve. Read more