Epileptic', ‘epileptic person’ or ‘person with epilepsy’? Bringing quantitative and qualitative evidence on the views of UK patients and carers to the terminology debate.



Noble, AJ, Robinson, A, Snape, D and marson, A
(2016) Epileptic', ‘epileptic person’ or ‘person with epilepsy’? Bringing quantitative and qualitative evidence on the views of UK patients and carers to the terminology debate. Epilepsy and Behavior. ISSN 1525-5069

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