Depressive symptoms and suicidality among individuals with epilepsy enrolled in self-management studies: Results from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Managing Epilepsy Well (MEW) Network. rater-administered instrument in patients with epilepsy. Perzynski AT, Ramsey RK, Colon-Zimmermann K, et al.
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MINDSET: Clinical feasibility of utilizing the revised epilepsy self-management tool for Spanish speaking patients.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Epilepsy Program. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Epilepsy Program. Epilepsy misconceptions and stigma reduction: Current status in Western countries.
Hermann LK, Welter E, Berg AT, Perzynski AT, Van Doren JR, Sajatovic M.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Epilepsy Program.
Recent changes in attitudes of US adults toward people with epilepsy — Results from the 2005 Summer Styles and 2013Fall Styles surveys.
Epilepsy, comorbidities, and consequences: implications for understanding and combating stigma.
Comparison of common data elements from the Managing Epilepsy Well (MEW) Network integrated database and a well-characterized sample with nonepileptic seizures.
Correlates of epilepsy self-management in MEW Network participants: From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Managing Epilepsy Well Network.
A review of mobile apps for epilepsy self-management.