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The survey is being conducted by
PatientView, in association with the World Federation of Mental Health (WFMH) and GAMIAN-Europe, as well as the European family and carer federation, EUFAMI, which also welcomes any new initiative for patients which will lead to a better understanding of Bipolar Depression. and help an exciting new project to create a global website for people living with bipolar depression. The intention is that the website will be designed by people with bipolar themselves.
The survey hopes to find out:
1. What people with Bipolar think are the most important types of healthcare information for them.
2. Other key subjects of importance to people with Bipolar.
3. What people with Bipolar think sets them apart from other people with a mental health condition.
The survey is due to close on Monday 30th June 2008.
The survey is being conducted online via a specialist survey website to make sure that the responses of all contributors remain completely anonymous to the survey administrator, PatientView (unless a person prefers to be attributed in the survey results as a contributor to the survey). No IP addresses or email details will be visible to the survey administrator, PatientView (unless a person chooses to specify such information in their survey response).
To thank people for participating in the survey, PatientView will email every participant a PDF of the survey findings (if they are happy to provide an email address), which will be available September 2008. People who have remained completely anonymous to the survey will be able to obtain the survey results from your group, or (after the survey results have been released into the public domain) from the media who show interest in this work.
The cost of building the Global Bipolar website, and the administrative costs of running this survey, are being funded by an Educational Grant courtesy of AstraZeneca
If you have any questions about the survey, please contact Louise Oatham on 0044-(0)1547-520-965 or email@example.com.