We are a team of researchers working at Lancaster University working on a study that aims to develop and test a new free to access web-based self management intervention for people experiencing Bipolar Disorder.
There are 2 parts to this study in which we need your help:
1. We are looking for participants in the North West of England to take part in 3 focus groups at Lancaster University to inform the development of the web-based self management intervention.
2. We are looking for participants nationally to take part in an online trial to test the clinical effectiveness of the web-based self management intervention once we have developed it.
• Are aged over 18 years.
• Have a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder.
• Live within the UK (OR the North West and willing to travel to Lancaster University if you wish to take part in the focus groups - travel expenses will be paid).
We would really like to hear from you!
This project has received full ethical clearance from the Division of Health Research Ethics Committee at Lancaster University.
For more information about the study and to register your interest in one or more parts of the study; visit: http://www.livingwithbipolar.co.uk
Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research
Institute of Health Research
School of Health and Medicine
Email: n.todd at lancaster.ac.uk
Telephone: (01524) 593 756
Sounds positive guys. Are we not always up for helping research because more research = better treatment... and are we not always complaining about the lack of talking therapies?
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