Can you imagine the depression, anxiety and pressure a women has to go through during and after pregnancy? The Perinatal Mental Health Project addresses mental illness among pregnant and postnatal women and girls.
This course will let you know all about mental health care during and after pregnancy. As mental disorders such as depression and anxiety, are very common in low-income and informal settings, you will learn to face challenges in accessing health services in such condition.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: Open Michigan
|L-1 Achieve quality health care by caring for health workers||00:03:00|
|L-2 Addressing the crisis of maternal mental illness among economically disadvantaged women||00:03:00|
|L-3 Adolescent pregnancy and mental health||00:02:00|
|L-4 Antidepressant use during pregnancy||00:03:00|
|L-5 Basic Counselling Skills A guide for health workers in maternal care||00:21:00|
|L-6 For teens a guide to pregnancy, giving birth, and life as a mom||00:04:00|
|L-7 HIV and maternal mental illness||00:02:00|
|L-8 How to develop a maternal mental health service A guide for facility-based health workers||00:55:00|
|L-9 Integrating maternal mental health into existing health and development programmes||00:03:00|
|L-10 Integrating mental health into maternal care in South Africa||00:04:00|
|L-11 Integrating mental health into South Africa’s Primary Healthcare Re-engineering Plan||00:03:00|
|L-12 Maternal mental health addressing key vulnerabilities.||00:06:00|
|L-13 Maternal mental illness and child outcomes||00:02:00|
|L-14 Mental illness and refugee women||00:03:00|
|L-15 New approach to screening pregnant women for mental health disorders||00:03:00|
|L-16PMHP’s Maternal Mental Health Handbook (3rd Edition 2013)||01:00:00|
|L-17 PMHP’s Maternal Mental Health Handbook (3rd Edition 2013)||00:02:00|
|L-18 Resource Directory for the Cape Town metro region||00:35:00|
|L-19 Screening for common perinatal mental disorders in low-resource, primary care, antenatal settings in South Africa||00:03:00|
|L-20 Screening Tools a chapter of PMHP’s Maternal Mental Health Handbook||00:06:00|
|L-21 Self-care for health workers||00:02:00|
|L-22 The cost of maternal mental illness||00:02:00|
|L-23 The PMHP Intervening in violence and abuse||00:02:00|
|L-24Working with government services lessons from the PMHP||00:03:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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