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Internet-Based Interventions for Bipolar Disorder
Trial ID: NCT02106078
The investigators hope to learn whether access to online support and education can help people with Bipolar Disorder (BD) better manage their symptoms of depression.
2/2-A Randomized Trial of Internet-Based Interventions for Bipolar Disorder
- Current diagnosis of bipolar I disorder, bipolar II disorder, or bipolar disorder NOS
verified with the Structured Clinical Interview for the Diagnostic and Statistical
Manual for Mental Disorders (SCID) Mood disorder module.
- Age 21-65.
- Access to a computer with internet access. Access to a printer is preferable, but not
- Able to speak and read English proficiently.
- Some degree of medical supervision of bipolar disorder (sees a health professional at
least twice a year to discuss symptoms and treatment needs) and local access to
- Current psychosis, as assessed in screening phone interview with the SCID psychosis
- Acutely suicidal (defined as having a HAM-D item 3, score of ≥3).
- Current mania, assessed using mania module of the SCID mood disorders module.
behavioral: Moderated Discussion Board
behavioral: Interactive Psychosocial Tools
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