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Title: Digital platforms in the assessment and monitoring of patients with bipolar disorder
Authors: Rajagopalan, A
Shah, P
Zhang, M.W 
Ho, R.C 
Keywords: Alzheimer disease
bipolar disorder
Bipolar Spectrum Diagnostic Scale
chronic obstructive lung disease
dementia
depression
disease course
DSM-5
health care
health care personnel
human
hypomania
Hypomanic Personality Scale
ICD-10
mania
mental disease assessment
mental health
mood change
Mood Disorder Questionnaire
mortality
national health organization
Patient Health Questionnaire 9
phenotype
quality of life
randomized controlled trial (topic)
Review
risk assessment
schizophrenia
self monitoring
sleep time
social interaction
suicidal behavior
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Rajagopalan, A, Shah, P, Zhang, M.W, Ho, R.C (2017). Digital platforms in the assessment and monitoring of patients with bipolar disorder. Brain Sciences 7 (11) : 150. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.3390/brainsci7110150
Abstract: This paper aims to review the application of digital platforms in the assessment and monitoring of patients with Bipolar Disorder (BPD). We will detail the current clinical criteria for the diagnosis of BPD and the tools available for patient assessment in the clinic setting. We will go on to highlight the difficulties in the assessment and monitoring of BPD patients in the clinical context. Finally, we will elaborate upon the impact that diital platforms have made, and have the potential to make, on healthcare, mental health, and specifically the management of BPD, before going on to evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of the use of such technology. © 2017 by the authors.
Source Title: Brain Sciences
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/175195
ISSN: 20763425
DOI: 10.3390/brainsci7110150
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