Population-Based Study of Epilepsy in Cambodia Associated Factors, Measures of Impact, Stigma, Quality of Life, Knowledge-Attitude-Practice, and Treatment Gap

@article{Bhalla2012PopulationBasedSO,
  title={Population-Based Study of Epilepsy in Cambodia Associated Factors, Measures of Impact, Stigma, Quality of Life, Knowledge-Attitude-Practice, and Treatment Gap},
  author={D. Bhalla and Kimly Chea and Chamroeun Hun and Mey Vannareth and P. Huc and Samleng Chan and R. Sebbag and D. G{\'e}rard and M. Dumas and Sophal Oum and M. Druet-Cabanac and P. Preux},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2012},
  volume={7}
}
Purpose Identify epilepsy-associated factors and calculate measures of impact, stigma, quality of life (QOL), knowledge-attitude-practice (KAP) and treatment gap in Prey Veng, Cambodia. Methods This first Cambodian population-based case-control study had 96 epileptologist-confirmed epilepsy cases and 192 randomly selected matched healthy controls. Standard questionnaires, which have been used in similar settings, were used for collecting data on various parameters. Univariate and multivariate… Expand
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