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CREST.BD: Top 5 Anxiety Apps of 2017

Caden Poh on December 28, 2017   |    No Comments

This list has been compiled by the CREST.BD team based on user reviews, scientific literature (e.g., recent World Psychiatry meta-analysis), trusted personal contacts, and recommendations made by other sites (e.g., Healthline). The apps on this list are free to download, but please be mindful of potential in-app purchases and add-ons. Here are five of … Read more

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We’ve launched into ORBIT!

on October 18, 2017   |    1 Comment

You may have heard about the ORBIT Research Program that CREST.BD and a team of international researchers has been developing over the last 18 months. We are pleased to announce that the program has launched and are now inviting people who experience bipolar disorder to participate! The ORBIT Research Program … Read more

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Major Update to the Bipolar Wellness Centre

Caden Poh on September 6, 2017   |    3 Comments

Welcome back to the Bipolar Blog! You may have noticed we took a long summer vacation and haven’t been actively publishing. Well, here’s why: We’ve been incredibly busy over the summer with one of our biggest projects – bringing a comprehensive update to the Bipolar Wellness Centre. This update comes … Read more

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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

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