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Survey: what apps do people with bipolar disorder use to stay well?

on March 11, 2020   |    No Comments

The CREST.BD team is hard at work on our CIHR-funded Bipolar Bridges project to build an app that helps people with bipolar disorder optimise their quality of life. If you’re a healthcare provider or a person living with bipolar disorder, you can help by filling out our survey! Fill Out … Read more

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Bipolar Bridges app survey is open!

on February 25, 2020   |    No Comments

The CREST.BD team is hard at work on our CIHR-funded Bipolar Bridges project to build an app that helps people with bipolar disorder optimise their quality of life. To help us design the app, we are asking about your experiences of digital tools in a new online survey. Fill Out … Read more

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Bipolar Bridges Blog 2: Engaging with People in the “Anti-Psychiatry” Movement?

on February 6, 2020   |    No Comments

Applications for health research funding are not typically successful on their first submission. More commonly, at least with funding streams such the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Project Grant Program, you submit an application, wait for what seems an excruciating length of time, and eventually get some detailed feedback … Read more

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Bipolar Bridges Blog 1: Our First Whiteboarding Session!

Laura Lapadat on January 21, 2020   |    No Comments

The Bipolar Bridges project was launched on World Mental Health day and the planning phase for the new research project is now under way! As a refresher, Bipolar Bridges is a CIHR-funded study developed by CREST.BD and our partners, which will provide evidence-based quality of life recommendations on a innovative, … Read more

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