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Researchers at the University of New South Wales and Black Dog Institute are conducting a project looking at treatments (especially medications) for bipolar disorder. By hearing your personal stories about your journeys through treatment, we hope to be able to improve the lives of individuals with bipolar disorder by making recommendations for better treatment decisions.
The research study is looking recruit people who meet the following criteria:
• Are 18 years of age or older.
• Are fluent speakers of English.
• Have a diagnosis of bipolar I or bipolar II disorder.
• Are currently euthymic (i.e. not distinctively depressed or high).
In addition, we are looking for participants who have taken at least one of the following medications:
• Carbamazepine (i.e. Tegretol, Temporol)
• Lamotrigine (i.e. Lamictal)
• Lithium (i.e. Quilonum)
• Sodium Valproate (i.e. Divalproex, Depakote, Epilim)
Participants will be asked to complete an online survey that should not take more than 30 minutes. You will be asked about your treatment history, experiences with bipolar disorder, and demographic details. The survey will be completely anonymous.
If you wish to participate, you may click on the survey link provided in this post, or visit the following URL:
If you have any questions about the study, you may contact the research team via the contact details below.
Research Team Contact: Michael Spoelma, Research Assistant
Email: email@example.com, Tel: +61 2 9385 7444
Chief Investigator: Gordon Parker, Scientia Professor of Psychiatry
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +61 2 9385 7674
Are you over 18 years old and living in Australia? Sydney University researchers want to hear about the impact of COVID-19 on your life.
You are invited to take part in a research study about the mental health and comorbid impacts of COVID-19 on the Australian community. This study investigates how housing, social relationships, comorbidities and resilience impact on mental health and wellbeing. Our aim is to discover what puts our community at risk during pandemics, what protects them, and what can be done to protect community mental health and comorbidities better in the future.
You have been invited to participate in this study because you are a person living in the Australian community who is aged 18 or above. This Participant Information Statement tells you about the research study. Knowing what is involved will help you decide if you want to take part in the research. Please read this sheet carefully and ask questions about anything that you don’t understand or want to know more about.
Participation in this research study is voluntary and takes between 30 - 60 mins.
By giving your consent to take part in this study you are telling us that you:
✓ Understand what you have read.
✓ Agree to take part in the research study as outlined below.
✓ Agree to the use of your personal information as described.
To participate contact Dr Marlee Bower: email@example.com or ph 02 8627 9332
Research on Emerging Adults and their Mental Health Recovery
Western Sydney's University is looking for young people between 18-29 years old who have experienced mental health issues, problems or concerns in the past.
We want to know about their mental health recovery.
Below is the link to the qualitative survey:
Name : Ms. Aileen Lane, Master of Research Candidate - School of Nursing & Midwifery
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a study looking at understanding caregiver experiences through the Power Threat Meaning Framework. They are looking for caregivers to interview regarding their experiences and how this fits into a new mental health framework. All participants receive a $25 gift-card for their time. Interviews will be conducted at ACAP in Sydney or via ZOOM.