Presentations, MMHS Conference – A Scottish Collaborative Forum at 10: The importance of good relationships

The following are speaker and workshop presentations from the Maternal Mental Health Scotland annual conference, held on 13 May 2019, Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow. The conference was chaired by Hugh Masters, Chair, Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Programme Board. The opening address of the conference was made by Clare Haughey MSP, Minister for Mental Health.

Dr Roch Cantwell, Delivering Perinatal Mental Health Services for Scotland

Dr Christine Puckering & Penny Rackett, Holding the family – It’s all about relationships (please note that for reasons of confidentiality the video clips have been removed from this copy of the presentation)

George Hosking OBE, The Wave Trust, The domino effect on intergenerational relationships

Dr Ashleigh Macaulay, Prescribing Update

Carly Grant & Ruairi O’Brien, Intergenerational ACEs…Breaking the Cycle – the role of a public health approach

Andrea Sinesi & Clare Thompson, Peer researchers exploring barriers to meaningful conversations around mental health during antenatal and postnatal care: a collaboration between academia and the MMHS Change Agents

Elaine Ogilvie & Dr Donna Paxton, Solihull Taster Session

Chris Miezitis, How Are You Dad? Understanding Paternal Mental Health

* Please note that for technical reasons we have not been able to include the PowerPoint presentation of Community Connections. Hopefully, this presentation will be posted on this page in the near future.

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