Cognitive Function, Illness Course May Predict Employment Success In Patients With BD.

Medwire (11/20, Piper) reports that, according to a review published online Nov. 13 in the journal Bipolar Disorders, “patients with bipolar disorder [BD] are more likely to be successfully employed if they have good cognitive function and a more benign course of illness.” The review examined 22 studies involving 6,301 patients.

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— “Cognition and illness course predict bipolar employment, “Lucy Piper, Medwire News, November 20, 2013.

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