Pre and post survey findings from the Mind ‘Building resilience programme for better mental health: pregnant women and new mothers’: Maternal mental health

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Abstract

This paper describes and discusses the pre and post survey findings from the Mind building resilience programme for better mental health. It reports specifically of pregnant women and new mothers. The survey was one research approach utilised in a mixed method study.The Mind triad resilience model promotes engagement in positive activities and helps to build social connections and reduce social isolation. Learning some coping strategies about mood and mind has helped pregnant women and new mothers to build resilience to stay well.
Original languageEnglish
JournalEvidence Based Midwifery
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2015

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