PERINATAL MENTAL HEALTH CONFERENCE 2022The theme of the Conference is centred around recovering from perinatal depression and anxiety (PNDA) and perinatal related trauma. We are excited to provide this opportunity for health professionals looking to broaden their skills and deepen their understanding of perinatal work.
All dayOnline
International Conference on Postnatal Care in Maternal and Child Health NursingInternational Conference on Postnatal Care in Maternal and Child Health Nursing aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Postnatal Care in Maternal and Child Health Nursing.
All dayDigital
National Maternal Health Innovation SymposiumNational Maternal Health Innovation Symposium will continue to grow into a trusted, evidence-driven, and community-centered space for maternal health professionals and others invested in the well-being of families to connect, recharge, and to advance maternal health equity in the communities in which they serve and support. The Symposium is for everyone interested in improving maternal health outcomes, including public health professionals, health care providers and administrators, community groups, advocates, policy makers, researchers, and many others.
All dayDigital
Mental Health Sessions for Pregnant WomenTopics we will focus on will include; changes to the body and mind; self-esteem/self-worth; trauma cycles; baby bonding; emotional first aid, and so much more!
We provide a safe space online to learn, seek mental health support and connect with other mums, we look forward to seeing you there!
19:30 – 20:30Digital
Postnatal Awareness SessionAn introductory workshop via Zoom to better understand and support the postnatal period, gaining a deeper awareness of what new parents might need. We will cover setting up new parent support groups. This is not a postnatal planning workshop which is more indepth and covered in a separate workshop.
10:00 am – 11:30 amDigital
Life after birth- Becoming a familyWe will cover: Responding to baby – antenatal/ in the womb, talking, singing, stroking, reading and when born. Brain development and continuing to grow baby.
Changes to me us – preparing for the early days- seeing life through your baby’s eyes
Immediate postnatal period – skin to skin contact – what decisions to make re screening. Postnatal period – Our health and wellbeing- physical and mental health.
18:00 – 19:30Digital
ICMCNCCH: International Conference on Maternal-Child Nursing Care and Child HealthLearn more about maternal-child nursing,
women’s health, and child health nursing,
the nurse’s role in maternity, women’s health, and pediatric nursing, the childbearing and child-rearing family,
communicating with children and families,
health promotion for the developing child, the infant, the school-age child and the adolescent.
All dayMontreal, Canada
International Conference on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child HealthInternational Conference on Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health.
All dayToronto, Canada
Navigating Postpartum EmotionsMeet Meredith Waymire, a perinatal occupational therapist and proud owner of selfcare, PLLC. She ventured into the world of maternal health following her personal journey of overcoming a challenging pregnancy, postpartum period, and the transformative transition into motherhood. With a deep passion for helping others, Meredith is dedicated to empowering mothers on their unique paths and providing specialized care through selfcare, PLLC
14:30 –
15 :30 
Together We Heal: Navigating Postpartum DepressionYou’ll learn about the symptoms of postpartum depression, potential causes, and effective treatment options, as well as the importance of self-care, healthy routines, and support networks for managing postpartum depression challenges.
5.00 am – 9.00 amDigital
May – 3 July2024
Baby Birth and BeyondBirth, Baby and Beyond programs take place at Whistler Community Services Society.
The free program will run every Wednesday, from May 29th to July 3rd from 10am-11:15am in the WCSS 3rd floor boardroom.
It is a safe space to share joys and challenges of motherhood with an infant and chance to connect with other mothers. The group will be facilitated by Claire Mozes and supported by Marie Buhler, WCSS Outreach Worker.
10.00 am – 11.00 am PDTWhistler, Canada
21st Annual Pregnancy & Birth ConferenceThe 21st Annual Pregnancy & Birth Conference offers informed, relevant, and engaging topics to help clinicians provide quality healthcare to patients during pregnancy and postpartum.
Presented over live Zoom Webcast, speakers will:
• Provide an evidence-based update on common issues and concerns seen in pregnancy and postpartum.
• Provide a forum for interactive dialogue pertaining to managing health care issues during pregnancy and birth.
Webcast will be recorded and available to registrants to view for 30 days after live event occurs.
5.30 am – 10.30 am PDTDigital
Together Waterloo Conference 2024At Perinatal Mental Health in the Margins Conference, you will have the opportunity to hear from local experts and advocates in the field of perinatal mental health, as they share their insights and experiences. Through engaging speakers and panel discussions, we will explore strategies to improve access to mental health support, reduce stigma, and promote overall well-being for individuals during this critical phase of life.
10.00 am – 04.00 pm EDTKitchener, Canada