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Alberta Mental Health Board (AMHB) ( has an extensive list of webpage resources listed for further learning in areas of interest. The following list comes from AMHB webpage:

Alberta Alcohol & Drug Abuse Commission (AADAC)
Alberta Alliance on Mental Illness and Mental Health (AAMIMH)
Alberta Centre for Child, Family and Community Research
Alberta Centre for Injury Control and Research
Alberta Child & Youth Initiative
Alberta Health and Wellness
Alberta Healthy Living Network
Alberta Mentoring Partnership
Calgary Health Region Mental Health & Addiction Services
Canadian Bioethics Society
Canadian Coalition for Seniors Mental Health
Canadian Institute in Health Information (CIHI)
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA)
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Alberta Division
Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Edmonton Region
Canadian Psychiatric Association
Centre of Knowledge on Healthy Child Development
Health Regions Across Alberta
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Mental Health Patient Advocate
Persons with Developmental Disabilities (PDD)
Southern Alberta Child & Youth Health Network (SACHYN)
World Health Organization - Mental Health
Centre for Suicide Prevention (Calgary, AB)
Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention
American Association of Suicidology
International Association for Suicide Prevention
Suicide Prevention Resource Centre

MAGAZINES: Hope and Harmony for People with Bipolar (

ARTICLES: (ay Redfield Jamison: A profile in courage Excerpt from Kay Redfield Jamison: A profile in courage in the Winter 2009 issue of bp Magazine)

Cure, Prevention, Prognosis (articles): 1. Treating Bipolar Illness: Focus on Treatment Algorithms and Managment of the Sleep-Wake Cycle written by Leibenluft & Suppes.

2. A Randomized Trial of Integrated Group Therapy Versus Group Drug Counseling for Patients with Bipolar Disorder and Substance Dependence written by Weiss et al.

3. Experience of being the spouse/cohabitant of a person with bipolar affective disorder: a cumulative process over time written by Tranvag and Kristoffersen.

4. The Importance of Reventing Recurrence in Bipolar Disorder written by Frank, Gonzales, & Fabiolini.

5. Randomised controlled trial of efficacy of teaching patients with bipolar disorder to identify early symptoms of relapse and obtain treatement written by Perry et al.

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