Psych Matters

Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Update

October 05, 2020 RANZCP
Psych Matters
Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Update
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Psych Matters
Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Update
Oct 05, 2020
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This episode of Psych Matters is the second of three looking at perinatal mental illness.
In this episode, Professor Anne Buist is joined by Professor Megan Galbally, Dr Adaobi Udechuku and Dr Rebecca Hill to discuss the latest research on perinatal mental illness and management challenges including medication for pregnant and lactating women.

References:
Burger, H;  Verbeek, T; Aris-Meijer, J et al. 2019 Effects of psychological treatment of mental health problems in pregnancy women to protect their offspring: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry
 
Galbally, M; Snellen, M (2020) Providing the Evidence for Managing Depression In Pregnancy. Pediatrics
 
Galbally, M; Crabb, C;  Snellen, M. (2018) Designing research that can untangle the effects in pregnancy of pharmacological treatments for mental disorders. Lancet Psychiatry
 
Galbally, M; Frayne, J; Watson, S; Snellen, M. (2018) Psychopharmacological Prescribing Practices in Pregnancy for Women with Severe Mental Illness: a multicentre study. European Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology
Galbally, M; Watson, S; Boyce, P; Nguyen, T; Lewis, A. (2020) The mother, the infant and the mother infant relationship: What is the impact of antidepressant medication in pregnancy. Journal of Affective Disorders
Matthey, S. 2009 Are we overpathologising motherhood? Journal of Affective Disorders
 
Singal, S; Chateau, Struck, S et al. 2020 In Utero Antidepressants and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Kindergarteners. Pediatrics 



Disclaimer: This podcast is provided to you for information purposes only and to provide a broad public understanding of various mental health topics.  The podcast may represent the views of the author and not necessarily the views of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists ('RANZCP'). The podcast is not to be relied upon as medical advice, or as a substitute for medical advice, does not establish a doctor-patient relationship and should not be a substitute for individual clinical judgement.  By accessing The RANZCP's podcasts you also agree to the full terms and conditions of the RANZCP's Website. Expert mental health information and finding a psychiatrist in Australian or New Zealand is available on the RANZCP’s Your Health In Mind Website.

Show Notes

This episode of Psych Matters is the second of three looking at perinatal mental illness.
In this episode, Professor Anne Buist is joined by Professor Megan Galbally, Dr Adaobi Udechuku and Dr Rebecca Hill to discuss the latest research on perinatal mental illness and management challenges including medication for pregnant and lactating women.

References:
Burger, H;  Verbeek, T; Aris-Meijer, J et al. 2019 Effects of psychological treatment of mental health problems in pregnancy women to protect their offspring: randomised controlled trial. British Journal of Psychiatry
 
Galbally, M; Snellen, M (2020) Providing the Evidence for Managing Depression In Pregnancy. Pediatrics
 
Galbally, M; Crabb, C;  Snellen, M. (2018) Designing research that can untangle the effects in pregnancy of pharmacological treatments for mental disorders. Lancet Psychiatry
 
Galbally, M; Frayne, J; Watson, S; Snellen, M. (2018) Psychopharmacological Prescribing Practices in Pregnancy for Women with Severe Mental Illness: a multicentre study. European Journal of Neuropsychopharmacology
Galbally, M; Watson, S; Boyce, P; Nguyen, T; Lewis, A. (2020) The mother, the infant and the mother infant relationship: What is the impact of antidepressant medication in pregnancy. Journal of Affective Disorders
Matthey, S. 2009 Are we overpathologising motherhood? Journal of Affective Disorders
 
Singal, S; Chateau, Struck, S et al. 2020 In Utero Antidepressants and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Kindergarteners. Pediatrics 



Disclaimer: This podcast is provided to you for information purposes only and to provide a broad public understanding of various mental health topics.  The podcast may represent the views of the author and not necessarily the views of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists ('RANZCP'). The podcast is not to be relied upon as medical advice, or as a substitute for medical advice, does not establish a doctor-patient relationship and should not be a substitute for individual clinical judgement.  By accessing The RANZCP's podcasts you also agree to the full terms and conditions of the RANZCP's Website. Expert mental health information and finding a psychiatrist in Australian or New Zealand is available on the RANZCP’s Your Health In Mind Website.