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1 Perinatal Mental Health Annual Meeting Supported by: The Royal College of Psychiatrists December credits 2 days RCOG, London Overview Mental disorders affect 20% of women in the perinatal period and are one of the leading causes of maternal mortality. Many of the women with these problems are not recognised as being unwell and go untreated. Stigma in relation to mental health problems is a further barrier to women seeking appropriate help and support. Services for maternal mental health problems are not available in more than 50% of the UK and there is a lack of skills across the disciplines in detecting, assessing and managing the conditions as well as in service development. This 2 day intensive course for obstetricians, gynaecologists and midwives will increase understanding of maternal mental disorders (nature, course, assessment and management) and the associated skills required in maternity services. The course will be delivered by experts from psychiatry, psychology, psychotherapy, obstetrics and midwifery in Perinatal Mental Health and the content will reflect the HEE PMH Competency Framework objectives. Who should attend? All Consultants, SAS Doctors and Trainees in Obstetrics and Gynaecology Midwives Nurse Specialists Obstetric anaesthetists and physicians Neonatologists Medical Students

2 Perinatal Mental Health Annual Meeting December 2017 Learning Objectives After attending the meeting, you will: To enable obstetrics and gynaecology doctors, midwives and allied professionals to identify and understand the aetiology, nature and course of mental health problems in pregnancy and the first year following childbirth To understand the characteristics of disorders in the perinatal period which contribute to complexity and risk across physical, emotional and social domains Honorary Director of Conferences: Mr Nicholas Panay FRCOG, London Honorary Deputy Director of Conferences: Mr Phillip Tooz-Hobson FRCOG, Birmingham To enable participants to reflect on the role of stigma as a barrier to effective identification and management of mental disorders To understand current developments in relation to services, care pathways and clinical networks To understand that each discipline has a role to play in the care of women with mental disorders and to understand multi-disciplinary and multi-agency working and the need for good communication To update professionals on the latest developments in management and treatment of mental disorders in the perinatal period (including physical and psychological strategies) To understand the effects of maternal mental health problems on the developing fetus and infant Full conference 14 credits 2 days RCOG, London To understand what interventions may help with the mother-infant relationship To understand how the participants can contribute to the development and provision of services STD TRN RCOG AHP Course Organisers Dr Karen Joash MRCOG, London Dr Liz McDonald FRCPsych, London Page 2

3 Programme Monday 11 December 8.45am 9.15am REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS Welcome and introduction Professor Lesley Regan, President, RCOG Session I Chair: Professor Ian Jones 9.30am 10.15am 11.20am The Perinatal frame of mind: what is this and what does it mean for training and educating professionals? Dr Liz McDonald How and why do obstetricians need to be mindful about maternal mental heath? Miss Karen Joash 10.45am Discussion 11.00am REFRESHMENTS Session II Chair: Dr Liz McDonald Mood disorders in the perinatal period Professor Ian Jones 11.50am Pregnancy loss, birth trauma and PTSD Professor Susan Ayers, Professor of Maternal and Child Health, City, University of London 12.20pm Maternal anxiety and OCD Dr Heather O Mahen, Research Clinical Psychologist; Senior Lecturer, University of Exeter, Mood Disorders Centre 12.50pm Discussion 1.05pm LUNCH (2 course standing fork lunch) Session III Chair: Dr Karen Joash 2.45pm Perinatal mental health and co-morbid conditions Professor Louise Howard 3.15pm Discussion 3.30pm REFRESHMENTS Session IV: Breakout Group Session A 3.50pm 1. Pre-pregnancy counselling for women with severe mental health problems Dr Madda Miele Miss Shankari Arulkumaran 2. Working together: joint obstetric and psychiatric management of complexity in the antenatal period Dr Livia Martucci Miss Farida Bano 3. Lived experience what do women want from their healthcare practitioners and how can we support their partners? Ms Clare Dolman Dr Henry Fay 4. Mild to moderate depression and anxiety disorders: psychological treatment options and care pathways Dr Sharon Chambers Dr Sarah Finnis Session V: Breakout Group Session B 4.30pm 1. Pre-pregnancy counselling for women with severe mental health problems Dr Madda Miele Miss Shankari Arulkumaran 1.45pm 2.15pm Schizophrenia, schizoaffective psychosis and eating disorders in the perinatal period Dr Livia Martucci Substance misuse and alcohol dependency in pregnancy Dr Emily Finch 2. Working together: joint obstetric and psychiatric management of complexity in the antenatal period Dr Livia Martucci Miss Farida Bano Page 3

4 Programme Monday 11 December 3. Lived experience what do women want from their healthcare practitioners and how can we support their partners? Ms Clare Dolman Dr Henry Fay 4. Mild to moderate depression and anxiety disorders: psychological treatment options and care pathways Dr Sharon Chambers Dr Sarah Finnis 5.15pm CLOSE of DAY ONE Tuesday 12 December Session VII: Understanding the effects of maternal mental health problems on the developing infant and family Chair: Dr Liz McDonald 11.20am Normal infant emotional development and effects of maternal mental health problems Professor Jane Barlow 11.50am Parent-infant therapy when, why and how? Dr Amanda Jones 12.30pm Safeguarding children and vulnerable adults issues in relation to PMH Dr Angelika Wieck 12.55pm Discussion 8.45am 9.00am REGISTRATION AND REFRESHMENTS Welcome and Introduction Dr Trudi Seneveratne 1.05pm LUNCH (2 course standing lunch) Session VIII Chair: Dr Karen Joash Session VI: Prescribing psychotropic medication during pregnancy and breastfeeding Chair: Dr Trudi Seneveratne 1.45pm Evaluation of major risk lessons from maternal deaths enquiries Dr Roch Cantwell 9.15am 9.35am 9.55am General principles Dr Liz McDonald Prescribing anti-depressants Professor Ian Jones Prescribing anti-psychotic drugs and mood stabilisers Dr Angelika Wieck 2.10pm Abnormal illness behaviour in the antenatal period Dr Gwen Adshead 2.50pm Developing perinatal mental health services and teams Dr Lucinda Green 3.15pm Discussion 10.20am Prescribing sedative, anxiolytic and hypnotic drugs Dr Roch Cantwell 3.25pm REFRESHMENTS 10.40am Use of ECT in pregnancy and post-natally Dr Roch Cantwell 11.00am Discussion 11.05am REFRESHMENTS Page 4

5 Programme Tuesday 12 December Session IX: Breakout Group Session C 3.45pm 1. Perinatal mental health clinical networks, care pathways Ms Jo Maitland Dr Sarah Taha 2. Pre-birth planning: working within a multiagency framework Dr Olivia Prott Dona Thomas Ms Jill Demilew 3. Training maternity staff in the identification of maternal mental health problems Dr Lucinda Green Miss Louise Paige 4. Stigma: addressing it the perinatal context. Dr Nisha Shah Miss Sujatha Thamban Session X: Breakout Group Session D 4.25pm 1. Perinatal mental health clinical networks, care pathways Ms Jo Maitland, Dr Sarah Taha 5.15pm CLOSE 2. Pre-birth planning: working within a multiagency framework Dr Olivia Protti Dona Thomas Ms Jill Demilew 3. Training maternity staff in the identification of maternal mental health problems Dr Lucinda Green Miss Louise Paige 4. Stigma: addressing it the perinatal context. Dr Nisha Shah Miss Sujatha Thamban Page 5

6 Venue Venue: RCOG, 27 Sussex Place, Regent s Park, London NW1 4RG. Tel: Fax: Train: Marylebone Station - 10 minute walk Underground: Baker Street - 10 minute walk Parking: Regent s Park Outer Circle (pay and display), NCP on corner of Park Road and Rossmore Road, Tel: for further information Fee and payment Fees must be paid in full before or on the morning of the first day of the meeting. The RCOG reserves the right to refuse admission in the event of non-payment. The fee includes refreshments, lunch, admission to the lectures and any technical exhibitions. You are not guaranteed a place until you receive confirmation. If you have not received confirmation of your place before the start of the event, please telephone the Conference Office on Cancellations All cancellations must be received in writing by the Conference Office a minimum of 2 weeks before the meeting (except Basic Practical Skills Courses, which must be received at least 6 weeks prior to the course). A standard administrative charge of 25 will be made on all cancellations received 2 weeks or more prior to the conference. We regret that refunds cannot be issued on cancellations received less than two weeks prior to the conference. No refunds will be made for non-attendance on the course. An administrative charge of 50 applies to certain meetings, including Basic Practical Skills Courses, Part 1, 2 and 3 MRCOG Revision Courses. Please check your confirmation letter for clarification. Substitutions are welcome at any time. In the unlikely event the course is cancelled by the RCOG, we regret we are unable to refund any delegate travel and/or accommodation costs that have already been incurred by the delegate or any administration charges relating to cancellation of travel tickets or accommodation. Visa Information If you are from a country outside the European Union you may be required to have a valid visa to enter Britain. Please check your visa requirements before you book a place on any of our events and before you travel. We are unable to refund course fees outside of our cancellation deadline in the event that your visa is denied or not received in time for you to travel. More information on visa requirements is available from the UK Border Agency. RCOG Conference Office Our team are here to help and advise you in your choice of courses. If you have any further questions, contact the RCOG Conference Office on or call Book your place now! Online at rcog.org.uk/events Receive instant confirmation of your place and save 10! Speak to our team directly, please have your card details handy and call +44 (0) Fax your completed booking form, available at rcog.org.uk/events with payment details directly to the Conference Office on +44 (0) Post your cheque and completed booking form to the team at: Conference Office, RCOG, 27 Sussex Place, Regent s Park, London, NW1 4RG, UK To be invoiced please see full guidance on the events terms and conditions page at rcog.org.uk/events/terms-and-conditions Registered Charity Number Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists All information correct at the time of print, for up-to-date information please visit rcog.org.uk/events Page 6

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