Bipolar Disorder Research Network - more volunteers needed

Bipolar Disorder Research Network (BDRN) is the largest network of individuals with bipolar disorder and related mood disorders in the world.Read more

Research opportunity: Bipolar disorder, pregnancy and childbirth

We currently know very little about the causes of these episodes and which women are likely to be at greatest risk following delivery.Read more

ORBIT project seeks new participants

The project features two brief online interventions designed to improve quality of life for people who have had 10 or more episodes of bipolar disorderRead more

A big thank you to our runners in the 2018 London Marathon!

A huge congratulations to our wonderful runners who took on this year's London Marathon in support of Bipolar UK!Read more

Women in a quarter of the UK still can’t access vital maternal mental health services

Maps from the Maternal Mental Health Alliance show that pregnant women and new mums still cannot access lifesaving specialist perinatal mental health services.Read more

Major new study proceeds to optimise treatment response to lithium

The EU’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme has funded a new EU-wide study of lithium initiation.Read more

Join the Recovery Space campaign

Join us in calling on the Government to extend the Breathing Space scheme to people in hospital for their mental health, or under the care of a crisis team in their local community.Read more

Help the Money & Mental Health Policy Institute with research

Martin Lewis and our friends at Money and Mental Health are looking for people to share their experiences to inform groundbreaking new research about the links between mental health and money.Read more

Help make medicines safer by reporting suspected side effects

The Medicines Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has launched a campaign to promote reporting of suspected side effects from over-the-counter medicines.Read more

Results for Side by Side programme now available

We've been part of Side by Side for the past two yearsRead more