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We can now confirm that AIMH UK’s AGM will take place prior to the launch of the London and Home Counties IMH Hub, and at the same venue. We would be delighted if you would consider joining us for the AGM as well as the launch. Time:  AIMH (UK) AGM – 11.30 am to 12.30 pm (Entry from 11am). IMH Hub Launch – 1.30pm to 5.15 pm (Lunch is not included but refreshments will be available at the launch event) Venue: AGM and...
We are delighted to be hosting Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 10-16 June 2018 this year (Twitter #IMHAW18) continuing to open up the conversation about the importance of Infant Mental Health. This years topic ''The Importance of Attachment' is sure to generate some interesting responses, to include yours please! Let as know what you/your organisation are doing/will be doing to showcase your work within this area so that we can...
Churchill's Babies, a global perspective on best practice in infant mental health addresses the complex needs of vulnerable parents and their children and is running in tandem with IMHAW18. This one-day conference features insights from Churchill Fellows and is hosted by PIP UK in association with the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, Wave Trust, The Dulverton Trust and the Mercers’ Company. Venue: Mercers Hall,...
We have have received a positive reply to our response to the Government's Green Paper: 'Transforming Children and Young People’s Mental Health Provision' We hope that this will effect change for the better.  
Vacancy - NorPIP Parent Infant Therapist – Hand in Hand Project Northamptonshire Parent Infant Partnership is an established charity specialising in the emotional needs of parents, pre and post birth, and their babies during their first two years of life. The ‘Hand in Hand’ project, funded by Comic Relief, is a partnership between NorPIP and HomeStart Cambridge and works across Huntingdonshire. It includes parent infant...
A link here to a new film put together by the Sussex Perinatal Service that might be of interest. ​It has a nice way of presenting the topic of maternal mental illness and getting help, all in the voice of the parent. It might be useful for midwives to show (it is less than 5 minutes long) in any pre natal class / group. A gentle introduction to a sometimes stressful topic.
Public Health England (PHE) collects and analyses available child and maternal health data and produces intelligence resources to help with improving services and outcomes. This guidance supports commissioners, service planners and other healthcare professionals with using these resources to make or influence decisions about services that improve the health of children, young people and pregnant women