Developing an Evidence-Based Epilepsy Risk Assessment eHealth Solution: From Concept to Market

@inproceedings{Newman2016DevelopingAE,
  title={Developing an Evidence-Based Epilepsy Risk Assessment eHealth Solution: From Concept to Market},
  author={Craig Newman and Rohit Shankar and Jane Hanna and Brendan N Mclean and Alex Osland and Cathryn Milligan and Abbie Ball and Caryn Jory and Matthew C. Walker},
  booktitle={JMIR research protocols},
  year={2016}
}
INTRODUCTION Sudden unexpected death in epilepsy (SUDEP) is possibly the most common cause of death as a result of complications from epilepsy. The need to educate and regularly review risk for all patients with epilepsy is paramount, but rarely delivered in actual clinical practice. Evidence suggests that education around SUDEP and modifiable risk variables translate into better self-management of epilepsy. OBJECTIVE We aimed to develop and implement an eHealth solution to support education… CONTINUE READING
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