Information Pages

We strive to keep Sharing Bipolar up to date with news articles and research developments. For this information we tend to post our findings to the News Category. You can read these posts by clicking on the news menu item above.

The basis of our information however has been collated from many sources and verified as accurate and current. For the basic points and advisory texts we enter them as full pages here in the Information section.

Our text has been transferred and is currently being optimised for viewing on mobile devices so until the end of March 2013 expect to see some broken areas of text or image alignment issues. However; we ensure that the written information contained herein is correct and accurate.

The information provided here has been reviewed and vetted by the Bipolar Disorder Research Network (BDRN)

The Bipolar Disorder Research Network (BDRN) is a group of researchers and research participants in the UK undertaking a major study aimed at investigating the underlying causes of bipolar disorder. The study is funded by two of the world’s leading research charities, the Wellcome Trust and the Stanley Medical Research Institute. Working with their collaborators in Europe and the USA, it is the largest study of bipolar disorder in the world.

Fundamentally the BDRN comprise of units from Cardiff University and the University of Birmingham.