This year, the symposium will explore the challenges faced by health professionals who care for women and families, and introduce new research and future directions in the field.
The program will include an in-depth look at psychiatric disorders in the perinatal period, the lived experience of perinatal mental illness, infant mental health, and the complexities of working with Aboriginal and culturally linguistic and diverse women during pregnancy and postpartum.
- Professor John Newnham AM
- Professor Megan Galbally
- Dr Thinh Nguyen
- Professor Andrew Whitehouse
- Professor Sergio Starkstein
- Adjunct Associate Professor Graeme Boardley
- Dr Janine Spencer
- Dr Carol Kaplanian
- Jayne Kotz
- Julie Borninkhof
- Dr Rikki Priest
Title: Bringing it together - exploring challenges and new directions in perinatal and infant mental health
Date: Friday 8 May 2020
Venue: Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research Auditorium- QEII Medical Centre
Early bird price: $80 (ends 11:59pm 9 April 2020, unless sold out prior)
Full price: $95
Free VC registration for delegates from regional and remote areas (i.e. non-metropolitan). To register to attend via VC, email SPIMHP@health.wa.gov.au
For any additional information please email Lea.Davidson@health.wa.gov.au
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