The Epilepsy Foundation joins the Men’s Health Network in the celebration of Men’s Health during the month of June to heighten the awareness of preventable health problems and encourage early detection and treatment of disease among men and boys.
Males and non-Hispanic Blacks had the highest age-adjusted death rates with epilepsy from 2005 to 2014, per a 2016 study utilizing data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.1 Higher epilepsy mortality among men and minority populations demonstrates the increased need for health educators, public health professionals, primary care providers and students to be informed of epilepsy and how to support men living with epilepsy. Learn more at epilepsy.com.
To define epilepsy and common types of seizures and co-morbidities
To examine unique care needs of men living with epilepsy
To identify credible epilepsy health education resources
Approximate Length of Class: 1 hour
Suggest Materials In File Folder: Powerpoint
Please click “Watch Men and Epilepsy Webinar Video” link on the top right of the screen to begin.