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Could you help with research in to bipolar disorder?

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The Trust’s research team is looking for people with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder to take part in a research study.

The study is will look at how National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines are used for people with bipolar disorder, and service users’ views about their care.

The study is looking for people with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder to complete a service user survey and/or give permission for researchers to access their medical care records to assess the care they have received. People can choose if they wish to take part in either one or both parts of the study.

The study is running in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and Northamptonshire.

To find out more (with no obligation to take part), people can contact James Roe on 0115 82 32476 or email james.roe@nottingham.ac.uk.

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