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This article focuses on service user involvement in supporting and undertaking mental health research. It is written from the author's perspective as a service user with bipolar disorder who has built on previous experience as an academic researcher in business and management studies by active involvement in a number of mental health research projects in a service user capacity. The article highlights contrasting approaches taken by different projects in how they involve service users and provides learning points based on the author's and other service users' experiences.
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