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  • Epilepsy, anti-seizure medication, intellectual disability and challenging behaviour - Everyone's business, no one's priority. 

    Kinney, MO; Chester, V; Tromans, S; Alexander, RT; Angus-Leppan, H; Bagary, M; Cock, H; Devapriam, J; Hassiotis, A; Mula, M; Reuber, M; Ring, H; Roy, A; Scheepers, M; Shankar, R (England, 2020-10)
    PURPOSE: People with Intellectual Disability (ID) and epilepsy are more likely to experience psychiatric conditions, challenging behaviour (CB), treatment resistance and adverse effects of anti-seizure medications (ASM) ...
  • Prescribing anti-epileptic drugs for people with epilepsy and intellectual disability 

    Shankar, R; Watkins, L; Alexander, R; Devapriam, J; Dolman, J; Hari, A; Laugharne, R; McLean, B; Ring, H; Sander, L; Scheepers, M; Tharian, R; Tittensor, P; Walker, M; Winterhalder, R (Royal College of PsychiatristsUnited Kingdom, 2017-10-01)
    This report addresses the extremely important area of epilepsy in the field of intellectual disability (ID), also known as learning disability. Epilepsy and ID are two conditions that carry stigma and can lead to social ...

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