Pittsburgh Conference News

Dear In-Touch Network Member, Having just returned from Pittsburgh and the 9th International Conference on Bipolar Disorders which finished on the 11th of June we have made it our task to select 4 or 5 items of importance which came … Continued

Two research fellowships announced

Support of a Research Fellow at Oxford University and a PhD student at University London by Equilibrium will start later this year. The Fellowship is in developing new talking therapies for bipolar disorder and the Studentship working on Genetic susceptibility … Continued

Priorities identified for Equilibrium by 3300 people with bipolar

Priorities Identified for Equilibrium by more than 3300 people with bipolar disorder: The table below summarises the priorities identified in the International Bipolar Disorder Survey by more than 3300 people with bipolar disorder from across the world. They were asked … Continued

250km Gobi Desert Marathon in Aid of Equilibrium

The Gobi March is a six-day, 250-kilometer rough country footrace across the Gobi Desert of China. It was established in 2003 with just 42 participants.  French man, Jerome Cartailler is taking part in support of Equilibrium. People from all walks … Continued

Kay Redfield Jamison joins Equilibrium Advisory Board

Equilibrium is honoured to announce that Kay Redfield Jamison, the internationally renowned psychologist, researcher and writer on bipolar disorder, has joined our professional advisory  board. We greatly value her support already and look forward immensley to working with her in the future. … Continued