Lancaster University are looking for participants to take part in a research study exploring the effectiveness of an online intervention for parents with bipolar disorder.
The IBPI (Integrated Bipolar Parenting Intervention) is an online tool that combines parenting support with helpful strategies for managing bipolar.
The IBPI tool has been developed with the aim of helping people with bipolar with their parenting to improve their children’s behavioural and emotional outcomes, improve the parents’ mood and confidence, and improve overall family functioning.
The current study will test the effectiveness of IBPI on reducing child behavioural and emotional problems and parent stress and anxiety, and increasing parents’ confidence and family functioning, as well as exploring the costs involved in delivering the intervention.
They are looking for parents with bipolar disorder, who have a child aged 4- 10 years old and live in the UK. Participants will also need access to a computer, tablet, or mobile phone, as well as internet access to take part.
If you have any questions or would like more information about the study, please contact a member of the research team.
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Published: 23 May 2023