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The “Risky Business” of Risk-Taking in Bipolar Disorder

on June 7, 2017   |    No Comments

For my master’s thesis, I am collecting information about risk-taking behaviors in Bipolar Disorder (BD) along with my supervisor, Dr. Guillermo Perez-Algorta (see Bipolar and Risk-Taking Behaviors: New Research, by Anna Chiara Sicilia). As a part of my research, I have been reading and thinking a lot about risk-taking. Risk-taking … Read more

interventions and self-care


Opening Doors to Progress: Including People with Mental Health Conditions in Research

on May 31, 2017   |    No Comments

There is a growing need for new and useful perspectives in mental health. While standard research methods yield helpful and essential progress, calling on consumers to become involved in research opens the door to a whole array of untapped resources and otherwise hidden solutions. People are suffering from mental illness … Read more

community engagement


What does “quality of life” mean in bipolar research?

on May 24, 2017   |    No Comments

Click here to look at Emma’s slides from the International Society for Bipolar Disorders (ISBD) conference (May 4-7, 2017). My ISBD presentation was intended as a call to action for the bipolar research community. We know that quality of life is an outcome that is important to consumers, but issues … Read more

quality of life


Fighting Bipolar Disorder Stigma from Two Sides of the Coin

on May 17, 2017   |    No Comments

I was recently at the International Society for Bipolar Disorders (ISBD) conference alongside others from our team. During the conference, I gave a presentation called “Fighting Bipolar Disorder Stigma as a Researcher-Patient” that I’ve shared on my personal blog; you can read my presentation in full by clicking here. I … Read more

stigma