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  • Print publication year: 2018
  • Online publication date: May 2018

Chapter 15 - Management of Social Issues

Bacon, D., Fisher, R. S., Morris, J. C., et al. American Academy of Neurology position statement on physician reporting of medical conditions that may affect driving competence. Neurology 2007;68: 1174–7.
Brown, J. W. L., Lawn, N. D., Lee, J., et al. When is it safe to return to driving after a first-ever seizure? J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2015;86: 60–4.
Drazkowski, J. F., Neiman, E. S., Sirven, J. L., et al. Frequency of physician counseling and attitudes toward driving motor vehicles in people with epilepsy: comparing a mandatory-reporting with a voluntary-reporting state. Epilepsy Behav 2010;19: 52–4.
Krumholz, A., Hopp, J. L., Sanchez, A. M. Counseling epilepsy patients on driving and employment. Neurol Clin 2016;34(2): 427–42.
Blond, B. N., Detyniecki, K., Hirsch, L. J. Assessment of treatment side effects and quality of life in people with epilepsy. Neuro Clin 2016;34(2): 395410.
Edward, K. L., Cook, M., Giandinoto, J. A. An integrative review of the benefits of self-management interventions for adults with epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav 2015;45: 195204.
Fisher, R. S., Vickrey, B. G., Gibson, P., et al. The impact of epilepsy from the patient's perspective I. Descriptions and subjective perceptions. Epilepsy Res 2000;41: 3951.
Helgeson, D. C., Mittan, R., Tan, S. Y., Chayasirisobhon, S. Sepulveda Epilepsy Education: the efficacy of a psychoeducational treatment program in treating medical and psychosocial aspects of epilepsy. Epilepsia 1990;31: 7582.
Loring, D. W., Larrabee, G. J., Meador, K. J., et al. Dimensions of the epilepsy foundation concerns index. Epilepsy Behav 2005;6: 348–52.
MacLeod, J. S., Austin, J. K. Stigma in the lives of adolescents with epilepsy: a review of the literature. Epilepsy Behav 2003;4: 112–7.
May, T. W., Pfafflin, M. The efficacy of an educational treatment program for patients with epilepsy (MOSES): results of a controlled, randomized study. Epilepsia 2002;43: 539–49.
Mula, M., Cock, H. R. More than seizures: improving the lives of people with refractory epilepsy. Eur J Neurol 2015;22(1): 2430.
Ried, S., Specht, U., Thorbecke, R., et al. MOSES: an educational program for patients with epilepsy and their relatives. Epilepsia 2001;42(Suppl 3): 7680.
Schachter, S. C. Quality of life for patients with epilepsy is determined by more than seizure control: the role of psychosocial factors. Exp Rev Neurother 2006;6: 111–8.
Shegog, R., Bamps, Y. A., Patel, A., et al. Managing epilepsy well: emerging e-Tools for epilepsy self-management. Epilepsy Behav 2013;29(1): 133–40.
Szemere, E., Jokeit, H. Quality of life is social – towards an improvement of social abilities in patients with epilepsy. Seizure 2015;26: 1221.
Walker, E. R., Bamps, Y., Burdett, A., Rothkopf, J., Diiorio, C. Social support for self-management behaviors among people with epilepsy: a content analysis of the WebEase program. Epilepsy Behav 2012;23(3): 285–90.
Williams, J., Steel, C., Sharp, G. B., et al. Parental anxiety and quality of life in children with epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav 2003;4: 483–6.
Chaplin, J. E., Wester, A., Tomson, T. Factors associated with employment problems of people with established epilepsy. Seizure 1998;7: 299303.
Cooper, M. Epilepsy and employment–employers’ attitudes. Seizure 1995;4: 193–9.
Hicks, M. J., Hicks, R. A. Attitudes of major employers toward the employment of people with epilepsy: a 30-year study. Epilepsia 1991;32: 86–8.
Krumholz, A., Hopp, J. L., Sanchez, A. M. Counseling epilepsy patients on driving and employment. Neurol Clin 2016;34(2): 427–42.
Schachter, S. C., Shafer, P. O., Murphy, W. The personal impact of seizures: correlations with seizure frequency, employment, cost of medical care, and satisfaction with physician care. J Epilepsy 1993;6: 224–7.
Yagi, K. Epilepsy: comprehensive care, quality of life, and factors preventing people with epilepsy from being employed. Clin Ther 1998;20(Suppl A): A19–29.
Bacon, D., Fisher, R. S., Morris, J. C., et al. American Academy of Neurology position statement on physician reporting of medical conditions that may affect driving competence. Neurology 2007;68: 1174–7.
Brown, J. W. L., Lawn, N. D., Lee, J., et al. When is it safe to return to driving after a first-ever seizure? J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 2015;86: 60–4.
Drazkowski, J. F., Neiman, E. S., Sirven, J. L., et al. Frequency of physician counseling and attitudes toward driving motor vehicles in people with epilepsy: comparing a mandatory-reporting with a voluntary-reporting state. Epilepsy Behav 2010;19: 52–4.
Krumholz, A., Hopp, J. L., Sanchez, A. M. Counseling epilepsy patients on driving and employment. Neurol Clin 2016;34(2): 427–42.
Blond, B. N., Detyniecki, K., Hirsch, L. J. Assessment of treatment side effects and quality of life in people with epilepsy. Neuro Clin 2016;34(2): 395410.
Edward, K. L., Cook, M., Giandinoto, J. A. An integrative review of the benefits of self-management interventions for adults with epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav 2015;45: 195204.
Fisher, R. S., Vickrey, B. G., Gibson, P., et al. The impact of epilepsy from the patient's perspective I. Descriptions and subjective perceptions. Epilepsy Res 2000;41: 3951.
Helgeson, D. C., Mittan, R., Tan, S. Y., Chayasirisobhon, S. Sepulveda Epilepsy Education: the efficacy of a psychoeducational treatment program in treating medical and psychosocial aspects of epilepsy. Epilepsia 1990;31: 7582.
Loring, D. W., Larrabee, G. J., Meador, K. J., et al. Dimensions of the epilepsy foundation concerns index. Epilepsy Behav 2005;6: 348–52.
MacLeod, J. S., Austin, J. K. Stigma in the lives of adolescents with epilepsy: a review of the literature. Epilepsy Behav 2003;4: 112–7.
May, T. W., Pfafflin, M. The efficacy of an educational treatment program for patients with epilepsy (MOSES): results of a controlled, randomized study. Epilepsia 2002;43: 539–49.
Mula, M., Cock, H. R. More than seizures: improving the lives of people with refractory epilepsy. Eur J Neurol 2015;22(1): 2430.
Ried, S., Specht, U., Thorbecke, R., et al. MOSES: an educational program for patients with epilepsy and their relatives. Epilepsia 2001;42(Suppl 3): 7680.
Schachter, S. C. Quality of life for patients with epilepsy is determined by more than seizure control: the role of psychosocial factors. Exp Rev Neurother 2006;6: 111–8.
Shegog, R., Bamps, Y. A., Patel, A., et al. Managing epilepsy well: emerging e-Tools for epilepsy self-management. Epilepsy Behav 2013;29(1): 133–40.
Szemere, E., Jokeit, H. Quality of life is social – towards an improvement of social abilities in patients with epilepsy. Seizure 2015;26: 1221.
Walker, E. R., Bamps, Y., Burdett, A., Rothkopf, J., Diiorio, C. Social support for self-management behaviors among people with epilepsy: a content analysis of the WebEase program. Epilepsy Behav 2012;23(3): 285–90.
Williams, J., Steel, C., Sharp, G. B., et al. Parental anxiety and quality of life in children with epilepsy. Epilepsy Behav 2003;4: 483–6.
Chaplin, J. E., Wester, A., Tomson, T. Factors associated with employment problems of people with established epilepsy. Seizure 1998;7: 299303.
Cooper, M. Epilepsy and employment–employers’ attitudes. Seizure 1995;4: 193–9.
Hicks, M. J., Hicks, R. A. Attitudes of major employers toward the employment of people with epilepsy: a 30-year study. Epilepsia 1991;32: 86–8.
Krumholz, A., Hopp, J. L., Sanchez, A. M. Counseling epilepsy patients on driving and employment. Neurol Clin 2016;34(2): 427–42.
Schachter, S. C., Shafer, P. O., Murphy, W. The personal impact of seizures: correlations with seizure frequency, employment, cost of medical care, and satisfaction with physician care. J Epilepsy 1993;6: 224–7.
Yagi, K. Epilepsy: comprehensive care, quality of life, and factors preventing people with epilepsy from being employed. Clin Ther 1998;20(Suppl A): A19–29.