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Course content

These modules are suitable for you if are a registered mental health nurse, midwife, health visitor or social worker.

In the maternal mental health recovery module you develop the skills to recognise maternal mental health illnesses in pregnancy and during the first year of the postnatal period, and you learn to formulate individualised pathways of care and manage potential risks and complications in order to promote positive birth outcomes.

You explore mental health conditions and their management including personality disorders, eating disorders, tokophobia, self-harming, schizophrenia, puerperal psychosis, fabricated illness, substance misuse, antenatal and post-natal depression, drawing from the evidence base to inform your practice.

It will benefit to you if you work with and support women in pregnancy or in the first year after birth who have mental health concerns.

The perinatal mental health and the family module helps you to develop the skills to recognise the impact (short and long term) of maternal mental health on the development of the infant/child, formulate individualised pathways of care and manage potential risks and complications in order to promote positive birth outcomes. By engaging with this module you develop a deeper understanding on family relationships and dynamics.

The perinatal mental health and the family module benefits to you if work with and support women in pregnancy or in the first year after birth who have mental health concerns. 

Course structure

Core modules

  • maternal mental health recovery (30 credits)
  • perinatal mental health and the family (30 credits)

Assessment

Assessment is by written assignment             

Employability

A range of staff working across health and social care and support role in the voluntary sector, such as

  • midwife
  • mental health nurse
  • social worker
  • health visitor may have specialist roles in relation to maternal mental health.

These modules would provide in depth knowledge to support these roles.  


Visit the Perinatal and Maternal Mental Health PgCert page on the Sheffield Hallam University website for more details!

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