How do adults with a childhood diagnosis of epilepsy make sense of this as a life experience?

Study title

How do adults with a childhood diagnosis of epilepsy make sense of this as a life experience?

What's it about?

Researchers at the University of Exeter are investigating the impact that receiving a diagnosis of epilepsy as a child has on the grown adult and what sense they make of that, as a life experience

How can I take part?

In order to take part you need to be over 18 years old and to have received your epilepsy diagnosis before you turned 18.

What will I have to do?

You will need to read some paperwork and then participate in a zoom interview of up to 90 minutes. You will be asked a series of questions about the impact your epilepsy has had on your life.

How do I get involved?

Please contact Gemma Mason on 07974134265 or at glpmason201@exeter.ac.uk

Who is conducting the research?

University of Exeter

Who has reviewed this study?

University of Exeter

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