Self-Management education for adults with poorly controlled epILEpsy [SMILE (UK)]: a randomised controlled trial.

@article{Ridsdale2018SelfManagementEF,
  title={Self-Management education for adults with poorly controlled epILEpsy [SMILE (UK)]: a randomised controlled trial.},
  author={Leone Ridsdale and Alison Ruth McKinlay and Gabriella Wojewodka and Emily J Robinson and Iris Mosweu and Sarah Feehan and Adam J Noble and Myfanwy Morgan and Stephanie Jc Taylor and Paul McCrone and Sabine Landau and Mark P. Richardson and Gus Baker and Laura H Goldstein},
  journal={Health technology assessment},
  year={2018},
  volume={22 21},
  pages={
          1-142
        }
}
BACKGROUND Epilepsy is a common neurological condition resulting in recurrent seizures. Research evidence in long-term conditions suggests that patients benefit from self-management education and that this may improve quality of life (QoL). Epilepsy self-management education has yet to be tested in a UK setting. OBJECTIVES To determine the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of Self-Management education for people with poorly controlled epILEpsy [SMILE (UK)]. DESIGN A parallel pragmatic… CONTINUE READING
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