CREST.BD peer researchers Amir and Natasha were recently featured in an article by the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Medicine and spoke on their involvement with the CREST.BD research network as youth living with bipolar disorder.
“It sounds simple, but when you’re first diagnosed and learn about it, it’s not positive. But all of the people I’ve met at CREST have given me hope and shown me not to limit myself in what I can do.” – Amir
Read the full article here: giving.med.ubc.ca/youth-living-well-with-bipolar-disorder
Check out some of the blogs by Natasha for the CREST.BD Bipolar Blog below:
- Fighting Bipolar Disorder Stigma from Two Sides of the Coin
- The Power of Blogs as Vessels for Knowledge Translation
- What does quality of life mean to someone with bipolar?
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