Sherryl Pope

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Significant perinatal distress and depression affects 14% of women, producing short and long term consequences for the family. This suggests that measures for early detection are important, and non-identification of these women may exacerbate difficulties. Screening provides an opportunity to access large numbers of women and facilitate pathways to(More)
OBJECTIVE To test whether a cognitive-behaviour therapy intervention program reduces the prevalence of depression during the first postnatal year in mothers of very preterm babies. DESIGN Prospective, single blind, randomised, controlled study. SETTING Perinatal centre in Western Australia. PARTICIPANTS One hundred and ninety-nine out of 673(More)
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