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The ongoing impact of COVID-19 on global mental health is widely acknowledged, and women in the perinatal period may be particularly vulnerable to related mental health problems. In this podcast, Dr Liz Rose and Dr Mano Manoharan talk to CPDO Trainee Editor Dr Jennifer Powell about the effect the pandemic has had on the mental health of this group, highlighting recent case examples from a busy and diverse perinatal psychiatry service.
Date published: 10 March 2021
Presenter: Dr Jennifer
Interviewee: Dr Mano
Manoharan and Dr Liz Rose
Audio running time: 33 minutes
By the end of this podcast, we hope you will have
gained an understanding of:
the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on
women prior to conception, with consideration to the challenges
the effects of the pandemic on
antenatal care and perinatal mental healthcare provision
the impact the pandemic has had on mental
health and wellbeing for women during pregnancy and the post-partum
the difficulties and benefits of remote
working with this patient group
the long-term impact of COVID-19
on perinatal mental health and perinatal mental health
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Rose E, Manoharan M, Powell J (2020) Impact of the COVID-19
pandemic on maternal mental health. BJPsych Advances, 1–4.