Tag Archives: Women’s

Virtual Rounds with the Center for Women’s Mental Health Extended through June!

Over the past two months, the MGH Center for Women’s Mental Health has had the tremendous opportunity to host virtual rounds from 2-3pm EST via Zoom for all health professionals with an interest in reproductive psychiatry and women’s mental health. We have reached nearly 300 students and practitioners in 33 states, 3 Canadian provinces, and… Read More »

Resource: Join us for Virtual Rounds at the Center for Women’s Mental Health on Wednesday, April 15th

As our faculty at the Center for Women’s Mental Health (CWMH) have gone fully remote with respect to clinical and research activity, we have managed to stay connected these last three weeks with “virtual rounds”.  For over 25 years, our group has met on Wednesdays at midday to discuss clinical cases we have seen across… Read More »

An Update on Virtual Rounds at the Center for Women’s Mental Health, MGH

Over the past three weeks, we have been so fortunate to have hosted ‘virtual rounds’ on Wednesday afternoons for our colleagues in the field of reproductive psychiatry and women’s mental health. We have discussed the impact of COVID19 on delivery of care and the experiences of our patients, in addition to advances in psychopharmacology and… Read More »

Weekly Roundup for FEBRUARY 7, 2020: Recent Publications in Women’s Mental Health

Perinatal depressive symptoms often start in the prenatal rather than postpartum period: results from a longitudinal study. Wilcox M, McGee BA, Ionescu DF, Leonte M, LaCross L, Reps J, Wildenhaus K.  Arch Womens Ment Health. 2020 Feb 4.  Nearly 10% of women entered the pregnancy with depressive symptoms’ the prevalence increased to 16% in the… Read More »