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A visual timeline tool for tracking mood and medication perinatally in affective disorders

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The authors would like to thank the Stanley Medical Research Institute for funding this research and all members of the Bipolar Disorder Research Network ( We also wish to express our gratitude to all the individuals who kindly gave their time to participate in this research.

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This study is funded by the Stanley Medical Research Institute (grant number 5710002223).

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Perry, A., Gordon-Smith, K., Jones, L. et al. A visual timeline tool for tracking mood and medication perinatally in affective disorders. Arch Womens Ment Health 20, 709–710 (2017).

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