Young people with bipolar disorder are encouraged to chart their mood, medication adherence and sleep using pen‐paper “mood charts”, but completion rates are often low (˜30%). This project used a participatory design methodology to co‐develop and co‐produce digital health technology to improve outcomes for adolescent bipolar disorder.
|Publication status||Published - 4 Mar 2018|
|Event||20th Annual Conference of the International Society for Bipolar Disorders - Mexico City, Mexico|
Duration: 7 Mar 2018 → 10 Mar 2018
Bibliographical noteDetails of poster presentation at conference 4/3/20 JM
Sharma , A. N., Glod, M., McGurk, K., Balaam, M., Easton, A., Flynn, D., Hodgetts, S., Hutton, P., Marshall, A., Smiles, C., & Wallace, A. (2018). Collaboratively augmenting longitudinal monitoring in bipolar: calm bipolar. Bipolar Disorders, 20(S1), 131. https://doi.org/10.1111/bdi.12619