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Spring 2022 Everyone’s Business eBulletin now available!

In our Spring 2022 eBulletin, we share the latest news from MMHA’s Everyone’s Business campaign and the perinatal mental health (PMH) community, including:

    1. Important findings from new independent economic research, commissioned by the MMHA
    2. Launch of the Amplifying Maternal Voices Project, in collaboration with MMHA member the Mental Health Foundation
    3. PMH service developments from across the UK.

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Please share the eBulletin with your network to help us raise awareness of the changes needed in UK PMH care and the experiences of women and families.

On Twitter and Instagram, please tag @MMHAlliance and use #EveryonesBusiness.

 

Due to technical issues, the Welsh translation of this eBulletin has been delayed but will be available shortly, along with all editions published since summer 2020, here.

Winter 2021 Everyone’s Business eBulletin out now!

In the final eBulletin of 2021, we share the latest news from our Everyone’s Business campaign and the perinatal mental health (PMH) community, including:

    1. New recommendations for PMH following the latest MBRRACE report
    2. Reflections on what 2021 has meant for PMH care from those delivering essential services
    3. Campaign updates from across the UK
    4. MMHA’s CEO appointment and an exciting new job opportunity.

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Help us keep the needs of women, families, and PMH services in focus by sharing the eBulletin with your network.

On Twitter and Instagram, please tag @MMHAlliance and use #EveryonesBusiness.

Get it in Welsh!

eBulletins published since summer 2020 are also available in Welsh.

 

Summer 2021 Everyone’s Business eBulletin out now!

Front page of the Summer 2021 MMHA eBulletinThe summer 2021 eBulletin is out now with all the latest from MMHA’s Everyone’s Business campaign and the UK perinatal mental health (PMH) community, including:

    1. The launch of MMHA’s new #MakeAllCareCount phase of campaigning
    2. Updates from the devolved nations
    3. Research into Black, Asian and minority ethnic women’s access to PMH care.

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Please help us keep PMH and the needs of women and families in the spotlight by sharing the eBulletin with those in your network.

On Twitter and Instagram, please tag @MMHAlliance and #EveryonesBusiness.

Translations

All of our eBulletins since summer 2020 are also available in Welsh.