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University of Washington:PACES in Epilepsy: Replication, Extension, and Dissemination

Study team:

  • Robert T. Fraser, PhD. (Principal Investigator, University of Washington)
  • Erica K. Johnson, PhD, CRC  (Co-Investigator, University of Washington)
  • John W. Miller, MD, PhD (Collaborator, University of Washington)
  • Nancy Temkin, PhD (Collaborator, University of Washington)
  • Steven Lashley, BA (Interventionist, University of Washington)
  • Paul Ciechanowski, MD (Contractor, Samepage, Inc)
  • Lisa Caylor, MD (Contractor, Swedish Epilepsy Center)
  • Chris Ransom, MD, PhD (Contractor, VA Puget Sound Epilepsy Center of Excellence)
  • Judy Ozuna, MN, ARNP, CNRN (Contractor, VA Puget Sound Epilepsy Center of Excellence)
  • David Vossler, MD (Contractor, Valley Medical Neuroscience Center)
  • Erica Brandling-Bennett, PhD (Contractor, Valley Medical Neuroscience Center)

Project identifier:
SIP 14-007 Managing Epilepsy Well (MEW) Collaborating Center

PACES (Program for Active Consumer Engagement in Self-Management) was developed to improve self-management and related health outcomes in adults with epilepsy.  The goals of this study are to adapt PACES for telephone delivery; support both in-person and telephone group delivery of the program; and evaluate the effectiveness of PACES in both rural and veteran subpopulations in the Pacific Northwest.   PACES will include Epilepsy Foundation HOPE Mentorswho will provide peer-support to reinforce participant goal achievement.  If effective, the PACES team will collaborate with the University of Washington Training Xchange staff in order to build a sustainable model of training recruitment, training options, and national dissemination (in-person and e-learning). 

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