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Virtual Meeting  3 December 2020


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日本時間の2020年6月11日(木)17時45分~23時30分

Join us for Begin Before Birth; 9:45-15:30, Thursday 11th June 2020 UK time

 

 This virtual conference will reveal fascinating insights into many aspects of perinatal mental health. It can be used for teaching purposes later. All are very welcome to attend. Participants have already signed up from all over the world.

 

Book Online Access for Begin Before Birth on Thursday 11 June 2020.  Google The Symposium office or go to symposia.org.uk. https://www.symposia.org.uk/courses/begin-before-birth-2/.  Costs are £80 for consultants and £64 for all other attendees from high income countries, and £15 for attendees from lower and middle income countries.

 

 Chaired by Professor Vivette Glover, this symposium will bring together international experts to discuss mental health matters for parents and their babies, giving updates on the latest research including global implications. The programme will be of interest to all those who care for women in the perinatal period including health visitors, midwives, obstetricians, psychologists, psychiatrists, GPs and paediatricians, as well as researchers and commissioners. The conference will cover anxiety in the perinatal period and how best to deal with it, the role of fathers, and the impact of prenatal stress, anxiety and depression, and the impact of Covid-19. There will be opportunities for live question and answer sessions, as well as a recording you can access for up to a year later.

 

PROGRAMME. All registered delegates will be sent an email on the morning of Thursday 11 June one hour before the event is due to start, this email will contain a link that will take you through to the live event. A recording will also be available post event for delegates to view.

 

09:45 (UK time) Welcome Introduction, Professor Vivette Glover, Imperial College 

10:00 The range of perinatal mental illnesses; so much more than postnatal depression. Dr Claire Wilson, Kings College London 

10:30 Perinatal anxiety and what should we do about it. Dr Fiona Challacombe, Kings College London 

11:00 The Life of Dad; the transition to fatherhood. Dr Anna Machin, Oxford University 

11:30 Giving birth and PTSD. Professor Susan Ayers, City, University London

12:00 Discussion with speakers and online questions 

12:40 Break - 20 Minutes

13:00 How antenatal stress and depression can affect the baby’s brain; evidence from MRI. Dr Michael Craig, Kings College London 

13:30 Global implications-and how music can help. Professor Vivette Glover, Imperial College

14:00 Perinatal mental health in the time of Covid-19. Professor Louise Howard, Kings College London 

14:30 Perinatal mental health in the time of Covid-19;The view from New York Dr Catherine Monk, Columbia University 

15:00 Discussion with speakers and online questions 

15:30 End Professor Vivette Glover