This Perinatal Mental Health course at the London South Bank University course offers the opportunity to gain a recognised postgraduate award at Certificate, Diploma or Masters level, enhancing your employability prospects.
Modules offer an opportunity to explore different aspects of perinatal mental health and to increase your knowledge and skills in relation to complex and challenging issues within perinatal mental health.
In addition, this course is also offered to non-health and social care professionals who have experience of working in the mental health or woman’s health field or voluntary organisations, who want the opportunity to engage with the wider issues of perinatal mental health.
Reasons to study here
Great teaching: Academic staff are health and social care professionals with a wealth of experience, and are committed to providing inspirational research-led teaching within a dynamic learning environment
Professional links: Studying as a postgraduate student will increase networking opportunities intrinsic to career development and will enhance access to professionals in the field
For the majority of students, this course will enable you to care for women and families experiencing mental health issues with more confidence and competence, fulfilling the need placed within current universal services and will increase your employability as a healthcare professional involved in the provision of care for women during pregnancy and the puerperium. For others, this course will enable you to seek more specialist positions within specialist perinatal mental health services.
For non-health and social care professionals who work in voluntary sector organisations (including charities) and private companies, this course will enhance your knowledge of perinatal mental health, strengthening your contribution at a higher level; or enabling you to seek further employment opportunities either within voluntary sector organisations or the NHS.
- Principles of Perinatal Mental Health
- Screening, assessment and management of maternal mental health conditions
- Socio-cultural aspects of maternal mental health
- Innovation for excellence - leading service change
- Mother-infant attachment and family relationships
- Research in Health and Social Care
- 12 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Application deadline not specified.
- PgCert: 60 credits
- PgDip: 120 credits
- MSc: 180 credits
More informationGo to the programme website
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- Hold a recognised health-related professional qualification and current professional registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) as a registered nurse or midwife or registered with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) as a social worker or relevant professional role
- Employed within a health or social care environment
- An Honours degree (2.1) in a relevant subject, with a minimum of one year post registration practice experience; or
- A professional qualification recognised as equivalent to an Honours degree, or a postgraduate diploma, or appropriate equivalent skills and experience.
A Higher National Diploma in a relevant subject and a minimum of three years post registration experience in a relevant field.
International Applies to you3062 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 3062 GBP per year and a duration of 12 months.
EU/EEA Applies to you2370 GBP/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 2370 GBP per year and a duration of 12 months.
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