A new NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Science Translation for e-Psychological Perinatal Supports (STePPS CRE)
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The Perinatal Depression e-Consortium (PDeC) is enhancing Perinatal Mental Health Care with the Mum2BMoodBooster Clinician Portal.
Referring to MumSpace and MumMoodBooster – a guide for Health Professionals. Women can self-refer to MumSpace and the MumMoodBooster treatment programs or health professionals can refer to MumMoodBooster via a dedicated Clinician Portal.
The Parent-Infant Research Institute’s latest collaboration with the University Hospital Center of Toulouse in France will evaluate PIRI’s successful HUGS mother-infant intervention program.
The Parent-Infant Research Institute’s (PIRI’s) 21 Year Anniversary event on October 27 was a heartfelt and memorable celebration bringing together PIRI clinicians and researchers, PIRI’s board and ambassador, Austin Health Executive and board members, senior researchers, health professionals and collaborators.
For people living in remote and rural Australia, the challenges of parenthood may be compounded by social isolation, extended wait list, lack of availability of mental health services and professionals, as well as the often-vast distances they may need to travel to access mental health services.
The Hon. Mark Butler MP, Minister for Health and Aged Care, recently announced the results of the 2022 NHMRC Centres of Research Excellence (CRE) Grant Scheme. Professor Jeannette Milgrom (Director of PIRI) is CIA on a successful application, titled Science Translation for e-Psychological Perinatal Supports -STePPS CRE.
DadBooster is an online treatment program based on best-practice CBT and years of clinical experience and controlled research about how to best reduce moderate to severe symptoms of depression. The DadBooster trial is now open for recruitment.
With the official launch of DadBooster just around the corner, ABC journalist Tania Scherf and broadcaster Andy Park teamed up to write a story and interview PIRI's Jeannette Milgrom about the importance of this program when supporting the mental and emotional health of fathers who are expecting or have a new baby.
The Parent-Infant Research Institute (PIRI) is recognised internationally, for its leading-edge research into perinatal depression and anxiety and translating research to practice. Evidence-based intervention programs, developed by the PIRI continue to be rolled out internationally.