What does it mean to age well with bipolar disorder?
Study exploring what ageing well means to older adults with bipolar disorder.
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• Are you aged 60 or over?
• Do you identify as experiencing bipolar disorder at present or have a formal diagnosis of bipolar disorder?
If so, you may be interested in participating in a study being carried out by Aaron Warner, a PhD student at Lancaster University. This study will aim to understand what is important to older adults as they age with bipolar disorder and why.
Participants will be asked to complete an assessment and interview with the researcher.
17th May 2022
1st September 2022
PhD study based at The Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research and The Centre for Ageing Research at Lancaster University.
The Spectrum Centre conducts translational research into the understanding and psychological treatment of bipolar disorder and other related conditions.
The Centre for Ageing Research conduct high quality interdisciplinary research around ageing, older people and age-related disease.
All of England
What support is offered?
To be discussed with the researcher.
£40 in vouchers
Up to £15 travel expenses if required.
Can the work be done from home?
Suitable for a beginner?