About the Study
The main purpose of this study is to assess if we can successfully translate the existing Enhanced Relapse Prevention psychological approach into an interactive website. We will also look at how acceptable people find the new web based resource and how it can be improved. Use the links below to find out more.
We have now finished recruitment into ERPonline. We have randomised 96 people with a few more possibly to complete. Thank you to everyone who has shown an interest in this study. We will use this site to post any further updates / presentations / publications in the future.
If you would like to find out about any of the other studies we are running please visit our website.
Thank you from ERPonline team.
It can be very helpful for a relative / friend or other person to be involved in ERP along with the participant. The term ‘supporter’ is used throughout the site but this role can be taken up by a close friend, family member or a health professional. If you are taking up this role, we have more information for you on what you can expect and how you can provide valuable support.
The Spectrum Centre
The team running this study are based at the Spectrum Centre for Mental Health Research at Lancaster University. We conducts translational research into the understanding and psychological treatment of bipolar disorder and other related conditions. If you want to get involved in other research projects run by the Spectrum Centre or want to find out more about our work, you can register on Spectrum Connect to receive updates on our work.