Born to Connect: Infant Mental Health

Join us for a joint forum with HDA and the Australian Association for Infant Mental Health as part of Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2019.

Chair: Professor Claire Roberts (HDA Co-convenor), Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide
 
Speakers:

  • Dr Rosalind Powrie, child and adolescent psychiatrist
    Head, Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Service, Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Women’s and Children’s Health Network
    Introducing Infant Mental Health Awareness Week
     
  • Dr Heather Mattner, perinatal health psychologist and midwife
    Private psychology practice/Adelaide Nursing School and School of Psychology, University of Adelaide
    Early relationship building - So evident it goes without saying or not evident so it goes without saying?
     
  • Ms Meg Bater, neonatal intensive care unit nurse, PhD candidate
    Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Women’s and Children’s Health Network/University of Adelaide/SAHMRI Healthy Mothers Babies and Children
    PEDaL: Training parents of preterm infants to support early development
     
  • Ms Sara Jones, neonatal critical care nurse, Acting Nurse Unit Manager
    Neonatal Unit, Flinders Medical Centre
    Introduction to family integrated care in the Flinders Medical Centre Neonatal Unit