MMHA Conference 2018: Diversity – understanding and reaching the missing families
6th September 2018
Imperial College, London
Registration has opened for the Maternal Mental Health Alliance Conference 2018 – the annual conference dedicated to providing stimulating debate and discussion on perinatal mental health. This year’s theme is Diversity – understanding and reaching the missing families.
From key note speakers and a series of break-out sessions, the conference will provide an overview of the latest research on families experiencing barriers in accessing perinatal mental health support. It is an opportunity to highlight women’s experience and bring together practitioners from health and social care services to discuss diversity and mental health problems.
Dr Maggie Redshaw, Senior Research Fellow, National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, Oxford University
Dr Dawn Edge, Senior Lecturer and Academic Lead for Equality, Diversity & Inclusion, University of Manchester
Jenny Mcleish, Health Services Researcher, National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit, University of Oxford
Nick Axford, Associate Professor in Health Services Research, PenCLAHRC
Sarah Tyndall, Clinical Quality Lead, Family Nurse Partnership National Unit
Book your tickets here. Member organisations free, discounts available for public sector, Third Sector and students.