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Mental Health Promotion in the Perinatal Period

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Care of Children and Young People: Healthy Child / General Practice / Health Promotion / Healthy Child Programme

Mental Health Promotion in the Perinatal Period

This micro skills course aims to raise awareness regarding the factors that predispose women to mental ill health in the perinatal period, and the role of health promotion. Screening for mental illness and the importance of early intervention will be explored. An interactive problem-solving approach will assist the learner to critically review health promotion practice that aims to enhance mental health.

 

What will I learn?

  • By the end of this session you will be able to:
  • Explain the significance of early screening and intervention for mental ill health during pregnancy and the first postnatal year
  • Recognise the signs of common and more complex perinatal mental health disorders and describe the effect of anxiety and depression on the developing fetus, the mother and the rest of the family
  • Identify emotional distress by using a range of techniques including clinical judgement and evidence-based screening tools
  • Distinguish sound judgements regarding appropriate health promotion actions that aim to enhance mental health

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Delivery
Title
Mental Health Promotion in the Perinatal Period
Location
Provider Type
Education Provider
Duration
30-60 minutes
Price
19.99
Location
Online
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