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BEGIN BEFORE BIRTH SYMPOSIUM- Progress in Intervention & Prevention V1

Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics&Mental Health

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BEGIN BEFORE BIRTH SYMPOSIUM- Progress in Intervention & Prevention

WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. 2019 - 9AM - 6:30PM

Perinatal mental health problems impact mom and can affect her child’s development. Join us on World Maternal Mental Health Day to learn about progress in identification, treatment, and prevention. 

Speakers include:

• Cindy-Lee Dennis, University of Toronto, Canada
• Jane Fisher, Monash University, Australia
• Liisa Galea, University of British Columbia, Canada
• Suzanne King, McGill University, Canada
• Megan Smith, Yale University, USA
• Kieran O’Donnell, McGill University, Canada
• Shannon Hennig, Family First Maternal Wellness Centre, Canada.
• Zoua Vang, McGill University

Who should attendHealth professionals, researchers, trainees, and policy makers interested in mother’s and children’s long-term mental health outcomes.

Cost: 35$ CAD (includes lunch, coffee/tea breaks). Refunds are permitted up to 1 week prior to May 1, 2019, as of midnight on April 24, 2019. 

Location: Robert Palmer Howard Amphitheatre – McIntyre Medical Building, McGill University, 3655 Promenade Sir-William-Osler, Montreal, QC. H3G 0B1. See Map. STM/bus 107 or 144 (use door at 1200 Ave. des Pins Ouest)

Click here to down load poster to share: MMHM 2019 Poster

For the Program, please click here: http://ludmercentre.ca/events/mmhm2019

For more information

joanne.Clark@McGill.ca
514 265 3408

Have questions about BEGIN BEFORE BIRTH SYMPOSIUM- Progress in Intervention & Prevention V1 ? Contact Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics&Mental Health

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Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics&Mental Health

The Ludmer Centre for Neuroinformatics & Mental Health, based on the promising potentials of big-data research, envisages a future where mental illnesses, cognitive disorders, and learning disabilities are significantly reduced through preventive strategies and their diagnoses, based on biological metrics, lead to more effective, individually-tailored treatment approaches.

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