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SMART2 Study

Self-Management for People with Epilepsy and a History of Negative Health Events (SMART): Targeting Rural and Underserved People with Epilepsy

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AGE: 18 – 90 years old
TYPE: Interventional Study
LOCATION: UH Cleveland Medical Center

Learn More About This Research Study

Please contact the study coordinator, Jessica Black, at 888-819-0004 for more information or complete the online form below.

Purpose of Study

The purpose of this research study is to evaluate whether educational and behavioral interventions intended to enhance treatment adherence and self-management can help reduce negative health events and improve quality of life. The SMART program is an on-line group-format epilepsy self-management intervention that had been demonstrated to reduce epilepsy-related complications and improve quality of life and physical and mental health functioning.

Who Can Participate

Participants 18 years and older with a current diagnosis of epilepsy may be eligible for this study.

Request More Information

To learn more about this study, please fill out the form below to request more information.