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Participants needed for a survey on treatment for bipolar disorder

7 July 2015

Researchers from the UCL School of Pharmacy are conducting a survey to find out more about how involved people with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder are in decisions about their care, and how this relates to how they feel about the medications that they are prescribed.

Participants needed for a survey on treatment for Bipolar Disorder

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Who can take part?

If you are over 18 years of age, live in the UK, have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder and have been prescribed medication for this, you are eligible to take part.

What will taking part involve?

Researchers will ask you to complete some online questionnaires on the following:

  • your views and experience of making decisions about your care and treatment
  • how you feel about your medications for bipolar disorder.

It should take no more than 15 minutes to complete the survey.

Please click on the link below to find out more and to take part in the survey.


For more information contact Lindsay McDonald.

The survey is completely confidential and has received ethical approval from UCL Research Ethics Committee (6811/001). All information you provide will be stored securely in agreement with the Data Protection Act.

Lindsay MacDonald, PhD Researcher, UCL School of Pharmacy