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Women and Newborn Health Service

Health Professionals

 

King Edward Memorial Hospital

Women's Health Clinical Support Programs

Women and Newborn Health Service and Fiona Stanley Hospital

present

Building on Strong Foundations

Perinatal mental health clinical practice into the future

One day symposium

 

Program

Dr Nicole HighetLatest developments in perinatal mental health: building a sustainable future

Professor Andrew WhitehouseVery early identification and intervention for autism: How close are we to the new frontier?

Professor John Newnham AMPreventing Preterm Birth: The Western Australian model

Chris Cooper RMWorking with fathers

Dr Catherine Campbell – Through the Looking Glass: Complexities of trauma for mothers and their babies born very preterm (For more information, please email Dr Campbell or read her publication.)

Jayne Kotz RN/RM CHN – Baby Coming You Ready: An innovative, culturally secure approach to assessment for Aboriginal parents

Dr Monique RobinsonDepression and stress in pregnancy: How do they affect later child development?

Professor Rhonda Marriot – Ngangk Yiri – Our Aboriginal Families: Healthy and Resilient

Winthrop Professor Vera MorganExposure to obstetric complications at birth and risk for psychotic illness in later life: a developmental life course perspective

Professor Megan Galbally – Understanding the relationship between maternal depression and child outcomes: insights from the MPEWS study

Judi Barrett-Lennard – A fortunate life

Dr Vijay Roach – Perinatal mental health: How the consumer taught the obstetrician

For more information

whcsp@health.wa.gov.au

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