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Main sessions

Thursday, 14 July 2022
11:00-12:30

Main Session 1: (Post) Pandemic World

The Impact on Women‘s Mental Health during times of Pandemic
Mechthild Neises-Rudolf (DE)

Transfer of “Knowledge” (fake and facts) with regard to Covid-positive pregnancies and deliveries and the impact on delivering women and staff.
Barbara Maier (AT)

Stress and resilience in the (post)pandemic world. Psychobiological considerations
Ulrike Ehlert (CH)

Thursday, 14 July 2022
16:00-17:30

Main session 2: Pregnancy and childbirth

Things we can learn about perinatal mental health through dyadic analyses and biomarkers of the whole family
Freya Thiel (DE)

Tocophobia – Novel therapeutic regimen
Gabi Aisenberg Romano (NL)

Peripartum mental disorders and enhancement of mother-child bonding
Kerstin Weidner (DE)

Thursday, 14 July 2022
09:00-10:30

Main Session 3: Trauma & Childbirth

Trauma and Childbirth
Mariëlle van Pampus (NL)

Impact of traumatic childbirth on the whole family and development of brief interventions to combat this
Antje Horsch (CH)

Termination of pregnancy for foetal malformation: a traumatic event. Qualitative analysis of women’s perception
Katharina Leithner-Dziubas (AT)

Saturday, 16 July 2022

09:00-10:30
Main Session 4: Pregnancy & Covid-19

Psychosomatic (-social) impact on SARS-Cov-2 positive and Covid-19 symptomatic pregnant and delivering women as well as on postpartum care of their newborns
Mirijam Hall (AT)

The impact of working conditions on postpartum mental health and family relations – re-evaluated in light of COVID-19
Ronja Schaber (DE)

Addressing Disparities in Prenatal care via Telehealth During Covid-19: Experiences from East Harlem in New York City
Camille Clare (US)

Use of Telehealth due to COVID-19: Assessment of PMAD (Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders) in the Virtual Setting
Kristine Norris (US)

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