Non-pharmacological treatments for improving memory in people with epilepsy

We aim to assess the effects of non-pharmacological interventions for the treatment of memory problems in people with epilepsy. More specifically, we aim to evaluate whether people with epilepsy receiving one of these treatments:

  1. may improve their memory, as measured by subjective patient-reports, objective memory assessments, or both;
  2. may experience associated adverse effects;
  3. may improve in other neuropsychological domains, as assessed by validated measures (memory problems can occur due to a large number of cognitive difficulties such as word finding or executive functioning problems);
  4. may improve their quality of life, as measured by validated scales (memory is often reported as an important influence of individuals' quality of life);

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