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#TalkBD 7 – Work & Bipolar Disorder

Laura Lapadat on May 26, 2020   |    No Comments

Thank you all for continuing to follow our #TalkBD webinar series. Our next online community gathering featuring Dr. Lisa O’Donnell from Wayne State University, will be about work and bipolar disorder. Click here to register! Over the past two months, we’ve been hosting #TalkBD, a series of online community gatherings … Read more

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What does hand-washing have to do with risk-taking? New study!

on May 19, 2020   |    No Comments

This week’s Bipolar Blog post is a guest post coming in from Julia Lukacs, M.Sc. In this post, Julia shares her new study, partnered with Dr. Guillermo Perez Algorta, about how people’s reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic relate to risk-taking behaviour. The study is still open to everyone! What does … Read more

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#TalkBD 6 – Depression (During COVID-19)

Laura Lapadat on May 15, 2020   |    No Comments

Thank you to everyone who’s attended #TalkBD! This next session, featuring Victoria Maxwell, is about depression and bipolar disorder, especially when many of us are still in lockdown. Click here to register! Over the past several weeks, in response to challenges the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic presents to our collective mental … Read more

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#TalkBD 5 – Sleep & Bipolar (During COVID-19)

Laura Lapadat on April 29, 2020   |    No Comments

Thank you to everyone who’s attended #TalkBD! Our next session, featuring Network Co-Director Prof. Greg Murray, is about how the importance of sleep to bipolar disorder – particularly now, when routines might be interrupted or difficult to maintain. Click here to register! In response to the coronavirus pandemic, our team … Read more

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