Dr. Caller is the co-investigator of HOBSCOTCH, a self-management interventions designed to target cognitive dysfunction in the epilepsy population. She is a graduate of the University of Washington School of Medicine, and completed her neurology training at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Epilepsy Center. She is currently completing a preventive medicine residency in conjunction with a Masters in Public Health at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, which focuses on the improvement of health and health care delivery.
Related MEW Publications
Caller TA, Secore KL, Ferguson RJ, Roth RM, Alexandre FP, Henegan PL, Harrington JJ, & Jobst JC. Design and feasibility of a memory intervention with focus on self-management for cognitive impairment in epilepsy. Epilepsy & Behavior 44 (2015): 192-194.
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Caller TA, Secore KL, Ferguson RJ, Roth RM, Secore KL, Alexandre FP, Zhao W, Tosteson T,Henegan PL, Birney K & Jobst JC.(2016). A cognitive-behavioral intervention (HOBSCOTCH) improves quality of life and attention in epilepsy: a pilot study. Epilepsy & Behavior, 57(Pt A):111-7.