Peter Camfield mainly focuses on Epilepsy, Pediatrics, El Niño, Psychiatry and Cohort. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology, Central nervous system disease and Electroencephalography. His research in Pediatrics intersects with topics in Cohort study, Seizure types, Quality of life, Age of onset and Neurological disorder.
His studies in El Niño integrate themes in fields like Young adult, Multivariate analysis, Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and Survival analysis. In his work, Visual analogue scale and Quality of life is strongly intertwined with Psychometrics, which is a subfield of Psychiatry. His work in Cohort covers topics such as Mortality rate which are related to areas like Sudden infant death syndrome, Neurodisability, Unexpected death and Pneumonia.
Peter Camfield mainly investigates Pediatrics, Epilepsy, Psychiatry, Anesthesia and El Niño. His work carried out in the field of Pediatrics brings together such families of science as Incidence, Surgery, Cohort study, Age of onset and Cohort. He focuses mostly in the field of Epilepsy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Electroencephalography and, in certain cases, Audiology.
Intellectual disability, Psychosocial, Childhood epilepsy and Dravet syndrome are the core of his Psychiatry study. In his study, Carbamazepine is inextricably linked to Anticonvulsant, which falls within the broad field of Anesthesia. The El Niño study combines topics in areas such as Neurology and Central nervous system disease, Neurological disorder.
His primary areas of study are Epilepsy, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Intellectual disability and Epilepsy syndromes. Peter Camfield has researched Epilepsy in several fields, including Young adult and Epidemiology. His Pediatrics research includes elements of Incidence, Cohort study, Status epilepticus, Etiology and Cohort.
The Psychiatry study which covers Disease that intersects with Transfer of care, Confounding, Stroke and Hippocampal sclerosis. His Intellectual disability study incorporates themes from Long term outcomes, Cortical malformations and Cognitive disabilities. His work carried out in the field of Epilepsy syndromes brings together such families of science as Genetic predisposition, Distress, Partial complex seizures, Epilepsy surgery and Convulsion.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Epilepsy, Psychiatry, Pediatrics, Epilepsy syndromes and Young adult. His work in the fields of Seizure types overlaps with other areas such as Societal attitudes. The study incorporates disciplines such as Incidence, Febrile seizure, Pneumonia, Epilepsy surgery and Cohort in addition to Pediatrics.
His study focuses on the intersection of Cohort and fields such as Cohort study with connections in the field of Rolandic epilepsy, Surgery and Prospective cohort study. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Epilepsy syndromes, concentrating on Etiology and intersecting with Epilepsy in children, Convulsion, Intensive care medicine and Distress. His Young adult study combines topics in areas such as Health care provider and Nursing.
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A Multicenter Study of the Efficacy of the Ketogenic Diet
Eileen P. G. Vining;John M. Freeman;Karen Ballaban-Gil;Carol S. Camfield.
JAMA Neurology (1998)
Practice parameter: Evaluating a first nonfebrile seizure in children Report of the Quality Standards Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology, the Child Neurology Society, and the American Epilepsy Society
D. Hirtz;S. Ashwal;A. Berg;David Bettis.
Incidence of Epilepsy in Childhood and Adolescence: A Population‐Based Study in Nova Scotia from 1977 to 1985
Carol S. Camfield;Peter R. Camfield;Kevin Gordon;Elaine Wirrell.
Epileptic syndromes in childhood: clinical features, outcomes, and treatment.
Peter Camfield;Carol Camfield.
Side effects of phenobarbital in toddlers; behavioral and cognitive aspects.
Carol S. Camfield;Sheila. Chaplin;Anna-Beth. Doyle;Stanley H. Shapiro.
The Journal of Pediatrics (1979)
Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy 25 years after seizure onset: A population-based study
Carol S. Camfield;Peter R. Camfield.
Outcome of childhood epilepsy: A population-based study with a simple predictive scoring system for those treated with medication
Carol Camfield;Peter Camfield;Kevin Gordon;Bruce Smith.
The Journal of Pediatrics (1993)
Epilepsy after a first unprovoked seizure in childhood
Peter R. Camfield;Carol S. Camfield;J. M. Dooley;J.A.R. Tibbles.
Social adjustment and competence 35 years after onset of childhood epilepsy : A prospective controlled study
Merja Jalava;Matti Sillanpää;Carol Camfield;Peter Camfield.
Death in children with epilepsy: a population-based study
Carol S Camfield;Peter R Camfield;Paul J Veugelers.
The Lancet (2002)
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