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The Collaborative RESearch Team to study psychosocial issues in Bipolar Disorder (CREST.BD) is a multidisciplinary network of researchers, healthcare providers and people living with the condition. We are dedicated to research and knowledge exchange about psychological and social factors in bipolar disorder. Our aim is to enhance the health and wellness of people living with the condition.

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Bipolar Youth Action Project Research ForumBipolar Wellness Centrewww.bdqol.com
We’re proud to announce the Bipolar Youth Action Project Research Forum happening on Sunday, July 12th, 2015 at the Victoria Event Centre! Youth aged 16 to 25, with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder (I, II or NoS), are invited to share knowledge and experiences, join the conversation about self-management, attend creative workshops and meet other youth with bipolar disorder. Click the link symbol at the top left to learn more!
Self-managing bipolar disorder is like ‘a ship always righting itself'. We’re here to help you navigate. This is a place to learn about managing your bipolar disorder - on your own terms - to improve your health and quality of life. Click on the link symbol at the top left of this panel or go to www.bdwellness.com.
The Quality of Life Tool is designed to help you achieve health and wellness. This free resource supports effective management of bipolar disorder by revealing areas of life you’re flourishing in, and those that may need some attention. Click the link symbol at the top left of this panel or go to www.bdqol.com.
The Collaborative RESearch Team to study psychosocial issues in Bipolar Disorder (CREST.BD) is a multidisciplinary collaborative network of researchers, health care providers and community members (people living with bipolar disorder, their family members and supports) dedicated to researching and exchanging knowledge about psychological and social factors in bipolar disorder. Our aim is to enhance the wellness of people living with the condition.
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