Quality of life in childhood epilepsy validating the qolce
- Alexandra Saly Anthropology A new technique for assessing ancestry from the femur - Libin Ye CPS Mechanisms of A2A Adenosine G- Protein-Coupled Receptor Activation Session 2 - Soaleha Shams Biology Effects of early social isolation in adult zebrafish - Diane Seguin Psychology One Fish, Two Fish, or More Fish, Less Fish?This presentation brings together 3 currents in my approach to treating pediatric epilepsy: a recognition of the importance of epilepsy comorbidities, partnering with families in patient assessment and decision making, and creative use of informatics/EHR's to gather information about clinical aspects of epilepsy.
Dr Sabaz has undertaken original research in the neuropsychology of paediatric epilepsy.Prevalence, comorbidities and correlates of challenging behavior among community-dwelling adults with severe traumatic brain injury: A multi-centre study.Northcott E, Connolly AM, Berroya A, Sabaz M, Mc Intyre J, Christie J, Taylor A, Batchelor J, Bleasel AF, Lawson JA, Bye AME.Research topics include neonatal seizures, neuropsychological and language profiles in paediatric epilepsy, MRI correlates of childhood epilepsy syndromes, quality of life in paediatric epilepsy, and education of epilepsy to patients and medical staff.This research has been supported by NHMRC, Ramichotti, Brain Foundation and Sydney Children’s Hospital Foundation funding bodies.The neuropsychological and language profile of children with benign rolandic epilepsy.
Dr Annie Bye OAM is a Conjoint Associate Professor in the Discipline of Paediatrics in the School of Women's & Children's Health.
Challenging behaviours, co-morbidities, service utilization and service access among community-dwelling adults with severe traumatic brain injury: A multicenter study.
Sabaz M, Simpson G, Walker A, Rogers J, Gillis I, Strettles B.
A presentation to the Missouri Valley Child Neurology Colloquium, March 2012.
Training and Research Dr Sabaz is actively involved in research and the training of students of the neuropsychology profession.
He developed the Quality of Life in Childhood Epilepsy questionnaire (QOLCE), which is recognised all over the world as a valid and reliable measure of quality of life for children with epilepsy. Dr Sabaz has also been a chief investigator on projects for NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation to develop a model of care for managing challenging behaviour of children and adults with traumatic brain injury.