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.
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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.
Developed with GP’s, for health professionals, the customised clinician portal allows direct referral of patients to MumMoodBooster, where progress can be tracked.
Social isolation, extended wait lists and living in regional communities can sometimes make it difficult to access more traditional perinatal support services. The good news is, support is now readily available through a suite of free and effective online programs.
The impact a baby may have on the couple relationship is a key. Many men underestimate the enormity of this life change impacting not only on wellbeing, but managing sleep deprivation and extra demands whilst at the same time continuing a demanding work schedule.
Internet and Face-to-face Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Postnatal Depression Compared With Treatment as Usual: Randomized Controlled Trial of MumMoodBooster. Published in the Journal of Medical Research on 8.12.2021 in Vol 23, No 12 (2021): December
The Parent-Infant Research Institute (PIRI) is dedicated to tackling perinatal depression, anxiety and their consequences through research and translating research evidence to practice. PIRI is investing in the earliest years to build a brighter future.
The Parent-Infant Research Institute (PIRI) is excited to have received an award for Best Scientific Poster at the Australasian Marce Society & Tresillian Family Care Centre’s 'New Paradigms in Parenting, Perinatal Mental Health & Wellbeing' Virtual Conference, 9-10 September 2021.
We are asking for men with partners who are pregnant or have recently had a baby and feeling OK, to help us understand how we can adapt digital tools to support men’s mental health as they make the transition to parenthood.
Your MumSpace Perinatal Depression and Anxiety Awareness Kit contains social media tiles focussing on perinatal mental health and the support tools available. Please feel free to download these and share these via your networks.