maternal mental health perinatal mental health
30 screening-specific questions guide you through the template
It is best practice to screen pregnant and new moms/birthing people and partners for Perinatal Depression and Anxiety. PURCHASE this business model template and build your screening program from the ground up!
Who is this for?
Birthing Centers (non-hospital based)
County Health Clinics
Doulas - Pregnancy and Postpartum
Emergency Room Staff
Home Health Visitors
Labor and Delivery Nurses
Labor and Delivery Units (hospital-based)
Maternal & Child Health Programs
Obstetricians & Gynecologists (OBGYNs)
Obstetric & Gynecology Office Staff
Pediatric Office Staff
Primary Care Physicians/General Practitioners
Women Infants & Children (WIC) Programs
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Conferences, offices, parenting groups, Associations etc.
Perinatal: The entire time frame from pregnancy through one year postpartum
Mood: Depression, Bipolar 1, Bipolar 2, Psychosis
Anxiety: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post-traumatic Stress Syndrome
(PTSD), Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Panic Disorder
Disorder: Affects everyday living, gets in the way of daily functioning
1 in 7 mothers/birthing people and 1 in 10 fathers/partners suffer from a PMAD during the perinatal period.
We consider these numbers to be a public health crisis. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), roughly 4 million people give birth in the United States each year. Following prevalence rates for PMADs, that means 800,000 (20%) out of the 4 million will suffer and only 160,000 (20%) will receive treatment. This leaves 600,000 (75%) unidentified and untreated yearly. Screening can help mitigate these numbers.
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