New survey for all members, with Depression, Bipolar, and Family members, please participate.
Have you ever been diagnosed with some form of a mental illness (including, BUT not limited to-major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD)? Are you currently employed? Are you interested in helping researchers to better understand YOUR experiences at work? Would you like to earn $5.00. If you said yes to all of the previous … Read more
If you decide to this, please mention “DBSA TUCSON” so our group gets the $25 credit when you get your $75.00. Researchers from Optum are conducting a survey to explore quality of life in individuals who have been diagnosed with Major depressive disorder, Bipolar disorder, Schizophrenia/Schizo-affective disorder. Participation in this study will include asking your … Read more
DBSA National is seeking anonymous responses to learn more about our community’s demographic make-up. Please take the time to fill out the survey below by May 31, 2017. The non-identified cumulative results of this survey will be used by DBSA to shape future programming and in grant applications that require detailed demographic information about individuals … Read more
There is no one in the world like you. So, why do you often receive the same care as everyone else? Today, scientists don’t know enough about how your genes, environment, family history, and lifestyle contribute to your health. When they learn more, treatments won’t have to be the same for everybody. And we need … Read more
Interview Opportunity for Today.com A writer for TODAY/NBC.com is doing a feature on bipolar disorder and is looking for a woman to interview. It’s to be an upbeat, everyman type story which will help people understand bipolar disorder who are completely unfamiliar with it. Note that the interviewee’s must be willing to disclose her full … Read more
Your answers will help DBSA chapters operate more effective support groups. When answering questions, please consider only the current support group in which you are participating. If you are participating in more than one support group, please choose the group in which you attend most frequently. Responses will be gathered by the national office of … Read more
Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT): Patient Experiences and Perceptions. It’s difficult to find real patient experiences with, and perspectives on ECT, electroconvulsive therapy online. I want to change this with real data from real people who have experienced ECT. What I want is data that will prove or disprove the assumptions that people make about ECT. I … Read more