Yıl: 2017 Cilt: 20 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 129 - 136 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Epilepsi ve Damgalanma: Bir Gözden Geçirme

Öz:
Toplum tarafından tehlikeli ve ürkütücü olduğu düşünülen epilepsi, sık görülen nörolojik bir hastalıktır. Kullanılan ilaçlarla epileptik nöbetler yüksek oranda kontrol altına alınsa bile, bu hastalığa yönelik korkutucu ön yargılar halen devam etmektedir. Epilepsiye yönelik damgalanmanın düzeyini etkileyen bir çok faktör vardır. Hasta yaşı, medeni durumu, eğitim durumu, hastalığın başlangıç yaşı, tedavi süresi, ilaç yan etkileri, eşlik eden fiziksel ve psikiyatrik bozukluklar, damgalayanların eğitim düzeyleri, hastalık hakkında bilgi düzeyleri bu faktörler arasında sayılabilir. Damgalanmanın hastanın yaşam kalitesi, tedaviye uyumu, sosyal ve mesleki işlevselliği gibi alanlarda olumsuz sonuçları gözlenmektedir. Bu yazının amacı, epilepsi hastalarının tedavisini zorlaştıran ve yaşam kalitelerini bozan damgalanma hakkında farkındalığı arttırmaktır.
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Konular: Psikiyatri

Epilepsy and Stigmatization: A review

Öz:
Epilepsy, which is considered dangerous and scary by thesociety, is a frequent neurological disease. Althoughepileptic seizures can be controlled with drugs, prejudices towards this disease being scary still continue.There are several factors that determine the level ofstigmatization directed to epilepsy. Age, marital status,education of the patient, age of disease onset, thetreatment duration of the disease, drug side effects,accompanying physical and psychiatric disorders, education level of those stigmatizing and disease-relatedknowledge level are among these factors. Adverse outcomes are observed in many areas such as quality of life,treatment complience, social and occupational functionality. The aim of this article is to increase the awarenessof stigmatization that hampers the treatment and quality of life of epilepsy patients
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Konular: Psikiyatri
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