Webinar Series on Women’s Mental Health During Preconception, Pregnancy and Postpartum Now Available On Demand for all Members

Last month GAFP residents explored women’s mental health during preconception, pregnancy and postpartum and now all members have access to these webinars ON DEMAND for a limited time. Through March 15, members can access these recordings and further their understanding of women’s mental health during these times of care. Please note these webinars are informational only and do not include CME credit.

Webinar 1 – Preconception Mental Health Care for Patients Planning Pregnancy
Recording with passcode: ^C7!jn82

Discusses the importance of screening, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health conditions for reproductive-aged and pregnancy-planning patients. You will learn about counseling techniques and interventions that can be offered to patients and improve outcomes.

Webinar 2 – Mental Health Care During Pregnancy
Recording with passcode: @6S6kv.L

Reviews data demonstrating mental health conditions are under-diagnosed and under-treated during pregnancy and their negative effects on maternal, obstetric, birth, and family outcomes. You will learn how to address mood conditions and anxiety during pregnancy through screening, assessment and treatment, and providing educational resources to patients and families.

Webinar 3 – Optimizing Postpartum Mental Health Care
Recording with passcode: R8+j.EFD

Discusses how postpartum mental health care is an ongoing process rather than a single encounter six weeks after delivery. Reviews how to perform an initial assessment and ongoing care for postpartum patients with mental health conditions. Also discusses the policy and payment challenges health professionals face when treating postpartum patients.