Does the concept of resilience contribute to understanding good quality of life in the context of epilepsy?

@article{Ring2016DoesTC,
  title={Does the concept of resilience contribute to understanding good quality of life in the context of epilepsy?},
  author={Adele Ring and Ann Jacoby and Gus Baker and A G Marson and Margaret M Whitehead},
  journal={Epilepsy & behavior : E&B},
  year={2016},
  volume={56},
  pages={153-64}
}
A significant body of research highlights negative impacts of epilepsy for individual quality of life (QOL). Poor seizure control is frequently associated with reporting of poor QOL and good seizure control with good QOL; however, this is not a universal finding. Evidence suggests that some people enjoy good QOL despite ongoing seizures while others report poor QOL despite good seizure control. Understanding the factors that influence QOL for people with epilepsy and the processes via which… CONTINUE READING
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