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Additional file 1 of Attitudes about involvement in hypothetical clinical trial protocols in Mexican and Mexican-American at risk for autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease

Angélica Zuno-Reyes, Esmeralda Matute, Karin Ernstrom, Mellissa Withers, Yaneth Rodriguez-Agudelo, Rema Raman & John M. Ringman
Additional file 1: Table S1. Scores obtained on the GenQuest and RAQ questionnaires for both ADAD family members samples.

Data from: Models of community-based primary care for epilepsy in low and middle income countries

Gagandeep Singh, Meenakshi Sharma, Anand Krishnan, Tarun Dua, Francesco D’Aniello, Sara Manzoni & Josemir Sander
Objective: To review systematically community-based primary care interventions for epilepsy in low and middle income countries to rationalize approaches and outcome parameters in relation to epilepsy care in these countries. Methods: A systematic search of PubMed, EMBASE, Global Index Medicus, CINAHL and Web of Science was undertaken to identify trials and implementation of provision of anti-seizure medications, adherence reinforcement and/or healthcare provider or community education in community-based samples of epilepsy. Data on populations addressed, interventions...

Attitudes about involvement in hypothetical clinical trial protocols in Mexican and Mexican-American at risk for autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease

Angélica Zuno-Reyes, Esmeralda Matute, Karin Ernstrom, Mellissa Withers, Yaneth Rodriguez-Agudelo, Rema Raman & John M. Ringman
Abstract Background The enrollment into clinical trials of persons at risk for autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease (ADAD) in whom the onset of disease can be accurately predicted facilitates the interpretation of outcomes (e.g., biomarkers, treatment efficacy). Attitudes toward involvement in such studies are biased by intrinsic cultural and social characteristics. Our objective was to study how demographic factors such as country of residence, age, sex, schooling, parenthood, and urbanization affect attitudes towards participation in hypothetical...

Additional file 1 of Attitudes about involvement in hypothetical clinical trial protocols in Mexican and Mexican-American at risk for autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease

Angélica Zuno-Reyes, Esmeralda Matute, Karin Ernstrom, Mellissa Withers, Yaneth Rodriguez-Agudelo, Rema Raman & John M. Ringman
Additional file 1: Table S1. Scores obtained on the GenQuest and RAQ questionnaires for both ADAD family members samples.

Attitudes about involvement in hypothetical clinical trial protocols in Mexican and Mexican-American at risk for autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease

Angélica Zuno-Reyes, Esmeralda Matute, Karin Ernstrom, Mellissa Withers, Yaneth Rodriguez-Agudelo, Rema Raman & John M. Ringman
Abstract Background The enrollment into clinical trials of persons at risk for autosomal dominant Alzheimer’s disease (ADAD) in whom the onset of disease can be accurately predicted facilitates the interpretation of outcomes (e.g., biomarkers, treatment efficacy). Attitudes toward involvement in such studies are biased by intrinsic cultural and social characteristics. Our objective was to study how demographic factors such as country of residence, age, sex, schooling, parenthood, and urbanization affect attitudes towards participation in hypothetical...

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