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Webinar: Understanding and Supporting Maternal Mental Health through the Lens of Postpartum Depression

Webinar: Understanding and Supporting Maternal Mental Health through the Lens of Postpartum Depression

Webinar: Understanding and Supporting Maternal Mental Health through the Lens of Postpartum Depression

Lamaze International
Lamaze International
on behalf of Lamaze International

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Launch date: 23 Nov 2020
Expiry Date: 23 Nov 2023

Last updated: 22 Mar 2021

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One in seven women suffer from postpartum depression and 50% of cases begin in pregnancy. Perinatal mood and anxiety disorders are treatable. Left untreated depression and anxiety can lead to negative maternal and maternal-child outcomes. Early intervention and treatment are the key to full recovery. Childbirth educators are in a position to offer education, support and guidance on perinatal complications including perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Understanding and Supporting Maternal Mental Health through the lens of Postpartum Depression will define perinatal mood and anxiety symptoms under the umbrella of postpartum depression to assist childbirth educators in providing anticipatory guidance for those at risk or suffering.

Participants may earn 1.0 Lamaze contact hour and 1.20 CABRN contact hours for watching the webinar and passing the quiz.

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Learner will describe the role of maternal mental health in pregnancy health and mother/infant outcomes
Learner will identify perinatal depression and anxiety as it presents in the OB setting and list 2 validated screening tools
Learner will state nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic first line interventions in the treatment of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
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Lamaze International
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Dr. Bruno is in Private Practice specializing in Women’s Mental Health and Reproductive Psychiatry. She is Medical Director of selected Psychiatric Services at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Tulane School of Medicine, and Gratis faculty at LSU School of Medicine. She enjoys teaching both ObGyn and Psychiatry trainees. She serves as the Perinatal Psychiatry consultant to the Louisiana Mental Health Perinatal Partnership. Dr. Bruno is a graduate of Tulane School of Medicine and a New Orleans native. She completed her Psychiatry residency at The Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston and Child Psychiatry Fellowship at Tulane School of Medicine.

Dr. Bruno's clinical practice spans over 20 years including outpatient, inpatient, consult-liaison and academic psychiatry in the area of Women’s Mental Health and Wellness and Perinatal Mental Health with a gender-specific focus across the lifespan of women. She maintains a devotion to community education and capacity building in Louisiana regarding the gender relevant treatment of girls and women suffering from mood and anxiety disorders.

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  • California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN)
  • 1.25 Hours

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