By RCM on 22 June 2017
The results of a research to be published today (Thursday, 22nd June 2017) by the NCT shows that nearly half (42%) of new mothers’ mental health problems did not get picked up by a doctor or other health professional.
By RCM on 27 April 2017
The mental health needs of women in Wales around pregnancy are the focus of a major conference this week in Cardiff. It is aiming to highlight the importance of maternal mental health and the impact that poor mental health can have on women and ...
By RCM on 21 February 2017
Only seven percent (7%) of women suffering with mental health problems during or after pregnancy are refereed to specialist care, that’s according to survey results published today by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists ...
By RCM on 08 February 2017
‘GPs should ask women who have given birth about their eating and sleeping habits in case they are suffering from depression’ that’s according to new indicators proposed by NICE.
By RCM on 28 October 2016
Two motions from the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) focusing on pay and breaking the public sector pay restraint and maternal mental health provision in Scotland are being presented at the 89th Annual STUC Women’s Conference this Friday and ...