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University of Liverpool need participants for new epilepsy study

22 July 2016
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Posted: 22nd July 2016

The Clinical Psychology Department at the University of Liverpool want to get a better understanding of how anxiety and depression arise in people with epilepsy. This will help reveal which psychological treatments are best suited to reduce stress in people affected by the neurological condition.

The study is recruiting until February 2017 where people will be asked to complete 7 online questionnaires (which should take no longer than 45 minutes) and are requested to complete the same questionnaire three months later. The Clinical Psychology Department are seeking adults that have a diagnosis of epilepsy and take anti-epileptic medication. As a thank you for taking part, participants will be offered the chance to enter a prize draw to win one of ten Amazon gift vouchers.

If you are interested please visit: http://tinyurl.com/epilepsyanxiety. You can also contact the investigator, James Reilly, reillyj@liverpool.ac.uk.

 

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