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Setting new directions in
infant mental health:
Visible - Evidence based interventions - Demonstrate outcomes
Alison Morto...
Maternal/ Infant mental health
Estimated annual financial cost= £8.1 billion; associated poor outcomes for children
Early ...
Be Visible
Infant Mental Health
Awareness Week 2016
Evidence Based Practice -
improving outcomes:
iHV Infant Mental Health Training
“Infant Mental health needs to become a
pr...
Caring, safe and excellent
Leading and Influencing in Practice
• iHV PMH & IMH Champion
– co-ordinated and cascaded both t...
Caring, safe and excellent
• 12 Month Secondment
– Department of Child and Adolescent
Psychiatry
• Professor Alan Stein an...
Caring, safe and excellent
Healthy Start Happy Start Research Programme
• VIPP-SD a manualised evidence
based attachment p...
Caring, safe and excellent
161207 iHV leadership conf - Alison Morton and Sylvia Woolley
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161207 iHV leadership conf - Alison Morton and Sylvia Woolley

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Joint presentation by Alison Morton, FiHV, Head of Nursing and Allied Professionals (Children's Division), South Health Foundation Trust, and Sylvia Woolley, FiHV, Research Nurse, Health Visitor, Oxford Health, at the iHV Leadership Conference on 7 December 2016.
Setting new directions in infant mental health.

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161207 iHV leadership conf - Alison Morton and Sylvia Woolley

  1. 1. Setting new directions in infant mental health: Visible - Evidence based interventions - Demonstrate outcomes Alison Morton (Head of Nursing and AHP- 0-19 SHFT; iHV Fellow; Visiting Advisor PHE) Sylvia Woolley (Research Nurse, Health Visitor, iHV Fellow)
  2. 2. Maternal/ Infant mental health Estimated annual financial cost= £8.1 billion; associated poor outcomes for children Early identification – Intervention – Holistic approach to mothers and babies
  3. 3. Be Visible Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2016
  4. 4. Evidence Based Practice - improving outcomes: iHV Infant Mental Health Training “Infant Mental health needs to become a priority for our work and this training lays an excellent foundation” “The pack is excellent and I feel confident to use it for training immediately”
  5. 5. Caring, safe and excellent Leading and Influencing in Practice • iHV PMH & IMH Champion – co-ordinated and cascaded both trainings in Oxfordshire • National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit – Developing a Perinatal Mental Health Indicator Advisory Group (2013) – A National Survey of Mothers and Babies: Maternity, Health and Care Advisory Group (2016) • Thames Valley and Oxfordshire Perinatal Mental Health Clinical Network • 1001 Critical Days Oxfordshire Local Coalition – A Silent Problem Perinatal Mental Health in Oxfordshire Report funded by Health Watch • Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Work Stream • Local Health Visiting Conference October 2016 – Supporting the emotional transition to parenthood - holding the child in mind
  6. 6. Caring, safe and excellent • 12 Month Secondment – Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry • Professor Alan Stein and team • Research focused on the development of young children in the face of adversity. • The aim of the work is to develop interventions to enhance children’s early development and support their families.
  7. 7. Caring, safe and excellent Healthy Start Happy Start Research Programme • VIPP-SD a manualised evidence based attachment parenting programme • Age range 12-36 months • Aims to increase parental sensitivity, parental responsiveness, build strong attachments and improve child outcomes • 6 Local Interveners -2 Health Visitors -3 Nursery Nurses -1 Clinical Psychologist http://www.ppod.org.uk/healthy-start-happy-start.html
  8. 8. Caring, safe and excellent

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