Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders

Tuesday, 19 November  2019. 7.30 - 8.45 pm

Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs) are common and are associated with potential poor outcomes for maternal, child and family units. Primary care holds a crucial role for detecting and managing mental health care for affected women.

In this webinar, Mark Huthwaite will provide an overview to identify, screen and manage women with PMADs. He will discuss:

  • What has happened to post-natal depression (PND)?
  • Identifying the difference between “baby blues” and post-partum depression.
  • Maternal screening tools.
  • Identifying risk and  protective factors.
  • Recognising the impact of PMADs on families.
  • Management of PMADs.

During this online event you will have the opportunity to type questions to Mark using the onscreen text system. Please note that the webinar may run slightly over time so as many of your questions as possible can be answered.

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Presenter

Dr Mark Huthwaite

Mark is a senior lecturer in psychiatry and Associate Dean of Student Affairs at the University of Otago, Wellington.

He is also a perinatal psychiatrist in the Regional Specialist Maternal Mental Health Service in Wellington.

Mark was a member of the RANZCP’s Special Interest Group in Perinatal and Infant Psychiatry Bi-national Committee and is a member of the organising committee for World Maternal Mental Health Day.


 

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