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Vad kan hjälpa dig med bipolär sjukdom i Sverige?

on March 30, 2017   |    No Comments

Tjena! Jag heter Carl och kommer under sommaren vara trainee på CREST.BD i Vancouver, Kanada. Jag har studerat folkhälsa i Malmö under det senaste året och jag har blivit allt mer intresserad av de tjänster som erbjuder stöd för personer med bipolär sjukdom i Sverige. På tal om detta, i … Read more

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What can help you in Sweden if you have bipolar disorder?

on March 30, 2017   |    No Comments

Tjena! (a friendly Swedish hello) I’m Carl, and over the summer, I will be a CREST.BD trainee in Vancouver, Canada. I have been studying public health in Malmö, Sweden, for the past year and I’ve become increasingly interested in the services that are available in Sweden to support people living … Read more

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Bipolar Blog and World Bipolar Day Vlog

on March 29, 2017   |    No Comments

World Bipolar Day is tomorrow and we have some goodies on the blog to share! You’ll be hearing from authors from all around the world in their native languages (and English, of course) to celebrate our international connections. We look forward to engaging with you online! If you’re located in … Read more

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The Week of World Bipolar Day 2017

on March 22, 2017   |    2 Comments

Each year on March 30th, the birthday of Vincent van Gogh, our team takes part in World Bipolar Day. Van Gogh was posthumously diagnosed as likely having lived with bipolar disorder; on World Bipolar Day, van Gogh’s life and works might help us to reflect on both the positives and … Read more

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