Self-management in Bipolar Disorder: The story so far

Jones, Steven and Deville, Madeleine and Mayes, Debbie and Lobban, Fiona (2011) Self-management in Bipolar Disorder: The story so far. Journal of Mental Health, 20 (6). pp. 583-592. ISSN 0963-8237

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Abstract

Background: Research suggests that psychoeducation, relapse prevention and recovery are all the key aspects of psychological treatment for bipolar disorder and the common components of self-management programmes. Aims: This review traces the origins of self-management interventions as it appears in physical health research and evaluates the current evidence associated with self-management interventions for depression and more specifically for bipolar disorder. Method: Literature review. Results: Despite significant clinical and cost benefits associated with self-management programmes for physical and mental health problems, to date there has been less progress in the development of self-management interventions for bipolar disorder. Preliminary evidence indicates that people with bipolar disorder will engage with self-management support. Conclusion: The rapid development and evaluation of self-management programmes for bipolar disorder is an important research and clinical priority.

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Journal Article
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Journal of Mental Health
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53323
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Deposited On:
23 Mar 2012 11:48
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Yes
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Published
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