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 LSCB.Administrator@newham.gov.uk
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Perinatal Mental Health

9th October 2018 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm BST

Free

Aim: To ensure participants have an appreciation and understanding of Mental illness in the Perinatal Period, including issues related to detection, treatment, support, and risk.

Objectives: Participants will develop and understanding of what the term perinatal mental illness means and its recognition

You will be informed of local treatment pathways

You will have an understanding of the national view

You will develop an understanding of the nature of risk and its management in the perinatal period

You will develop an understanding of the impact of perinatal mental illness on the infant and family

You will be able to consider the impact of stigma and culture on perinatal mental illness.

Learning/ Teaching Methods

Power point presentations ,Group work small and large, Videos & Discussion

Details

Date:
9th October 2018
Time:
9:30 am - 4:30 pm BST
Cost:
Free

Organiser

Newham Perinatal Mental Health Team
Email
LSCB.Administrator@newham.gov.uk

Venue

Bridge House, 320 High Street Stratford E15 1EP
320 High Street
Stratfiord, E15 1EP United Kingdom
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Non-attendance Policy

Please note that there is a non-attendance policy currently in place. There will be a charge of £100.00 (£50.00 for half day courses) for non-attendance if cancellation does not occur 5 working days before the event or replaced by another representative from your agency. All charges recuperated will be directed back into the training budget. If you are employed outside of the London Borough of Newham, please provide the name and contact details for your finance team.

Who's Attending

12 people are attending Perinatal Mental Health

  • Charlotte Martin
  • Fawn Bess-Leith
  • Lisa Kelly
  • Ejigayehu Kiflemariam
  • Shontay Angel-Obeng
  • Kirsten Davidson
  • Alex Mihu
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