Lauder, Sue; Chester, Andrea; Castle, David; Dodd, Seetal; Gliddon, Emma; Berk, Lesley; Chamberlain, James; Klein, Britta; Gilbert, Monica; Austin, David W; Berk, Michael
Background Adjunctive psychosocial interventions are efficacious in bipolar disorder, but their incorporation into routine management plans are often confounded by cost and access constraints. We report here a comparative evaluation of two online programs hosted on a single website (www.moodswings.net.au). A basic version, called MoodSwings (MS), contains psychoeducation material and asynchronous discussion boards; and a more interactive program, MoodSwings Plus (MS-Plus), combined the basic...[Show more]
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