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Minimal & maximal mood monitoring

Minimal and maximal mood monitoring (4M) (2006—2009)

The University of British Columbia was using VADIS mental health telemetry software and "LifePattern" telemetry viewing software from the Centre for Mobile Computing in Mental Health on Palm Treo 680 smartphones to assess the impact of mood monitoring on patient outcomes in bipolar disorder.

This project was conducted in collaboration with principal investigator Dr. Erin Michalak, Dr. Greg Murray (Swinbourne University, Australia) and others. See crestbd.ca for more information.

Funding was provided by the Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation and the Michael Smith Foundation.