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Sorcha Bolton

BSc, MSc

Research Assistant

I am a research assistant currently working on the Collaborative Care Model for Bipolar Disorder (COMBO) project, supervised by Dr Mary Jane Attenburrow. This CLAHRC funded project aims to assess the feasibility of integrating an online symptom monitoring and self-management service, True Colours, into primary care for people with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder.

My role also includes working on a variety of other clinical-facing studies where the use of the True Colours system is central to the project. This includes the OXTEXT research program, which aims to develop and evaluate a collaborative mood monitoring and mood intervention service for people with bipolar disorder.

I completed my BSc Psychology degree at the University of Exeter, and my MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London.




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