Bipolar 2 - Expert Insights forum for health professional
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Bipolar 2 disorder can be challenging for clinicians to both diagnose and manage effectively. However, timely recognition and intervention are vital to prevent a range of adverse biopsychosocial outcomes for people living with the disorder.

Listen into this discussion between clinicians, researchers and lived experience representatives as we discuss the distinguishing features of Bipolar 2 disorder and explore a range of management strategies to help facilitate recovery and long term wellness.

Panel Members:
Professor Phillip Mitchell - Scientia Professor at the school of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales
Jo Leidreiter – Psychologist specialising in bipolar and mood disorders
Alana Fisher - Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Matilda Centre at the University of Sydney
Ollie - our Lived Experience Representative for this session

Facilitated by:
Dr Vered Gordon

Podast recorded and edited by:
Nathan Bell
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