Seeking young adults with bipolar for research project

University of New South Wales and the Black Dog Institute are currently seeking young adult volunteers with bipolar disorder to participate in an online survey about the strategies and skills that assist them in the day-to-day management of their disorder, and enable them to stay well.

The information University of New South Wales and the Black Dog Institute get from this research study will help them determine how mobile technologies may assist in providing extra support for self-management skills in bipolar disorder.  

To be eligible to take part in the online survey you must be:

  • Aged 18-25 years;
  • Have access to the internet;
  • Have a diagnosis of bipolar disorder;
  • Are able to read and write English 

If you decide to take part in the research University of New South Wales and the Black Dog Institute will:

  • Ask you to complete an online survey about the strategies used for the day-to-day management of bipolar disorder, and the role mobile technologies may assist with these strategies. The survey also includes 3 short questionnaires about current mood and technology usage.

Completion of all parts of the survey will take approximately 20 minutes. 

Interested individuals are able to complete the survey at 

If you are able to help with recruitment or would like more information about this research study please contact:

Jennifer Nicholas


Additional information can be found at  

This research has been reviewed and approved by The University of New South Wales Human Research Ethics Committee. If you have any complaints or concerns about the research project please email or phone +61 2 9385 622 quoting the following number HC 15198