Dr Elizabeth Tyler is a Research Fellow in the Faculty of Health & Medicine at Lancaster University. Elizabeth is interested in research which focuses on developing accessible, evidence based interventions for individuals who have previously found it difficult access psychological services.
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    Daily diary reveals how cannabis use affects people with bipolar

    Rates of substance use are higher in people with mental health problems compared to the general population and particularly in people with bipolar disorder, with cannabis the street drug most frequently used. Estimates suggest that up to 64% of this group have tried cannabis at least once in their lives, against about 30% of those without the disorder, despite only being about 2% of the overall population.