PIMHS Meet with Women’s Health Champion for Scotland

Clare and Annabelle met with Professor Anna Glasier who is the Women’s Health Champion for Scotland, with responsibility for working with various partners including statutory and third sector to drive forward the actions contained in the Women’s Health Plan Women’s health plan –  We raised the importance of perinatal mental health and women getting the support they require at all stages of their pregnancy and beyond.  We look forward to working together on a new iteration of the plan next year.

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