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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Epidemiological Studies [estudos Epidemiológicos]|
|Abstract:||The epidemiological studies can be primary or secondary. Among the former, we mention the cross-sectional studies (controlled or not - prevalence studies), which is rather easier in execution, and longitudinal studies (such as those of incidence evaluation). We highlight studies that focus on morbidity or mortality rates, but also those aiming to assess quality of life, quality of care, and economical analysis. Among the secondary ones, we mentioned those from regular registers, such as the Epidemic Surveillance and of DATASUS. The community-based interventional studies should regard patients' self-control, in particular to approaches cognitive-behavioral based intervention. The construction and spreading of the systematic revisions can be useful for the medical continuous education and improvement of the general practitioner quality of care that covers great part of the population with epilepsy or with event alike.|
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