In recognition of the importance of the first 1000 days of life, the Women and Newborn Health Service, in partnership with the Women & Infants Research Foundation, is happy to present this one day symposium exploring challenges and new directions in perinatal and infant mental health.
Presenting evidence based strategies that scaffold mothers and families during the perinatal period can give us the best opportunity to work with families to promote a good start to life.
Special Guests include: Professor John Newnham AM, Professor Megan Galbally, Professor Andrew Whitehouse, Dr Thinh Nguyen, Professor Sergio Starkstein, Adjunct Associate Professor Graeme Boardley, Dr Janine Spencer, Dr Carol Kaplanian, Jayne Kotz, Julie Borninkhof.
View the Symposium Program here.
Title: Bringing it together - exploring challenges and new directions in perinatal and infant mental health.
Date: Friday, 7 May 2021
Venue: Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research Auditorium- QEII Medical Centre
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
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