Feasibility and effectiveness of the Australian perinatal mental health approach in the Italian health services: progress and challenges

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The perinatal depression is one of the leading pathologies in the world causing disabilities and represents an important public health problem. Since 2003, the Center for Behavioral Sciences and Mental Health (Istituto Superiore di Sanità - ISS) has promoted studies and research on the mental health of women, children, partners and family in the perinatal period, leading to the realization of a structured program adopted in many Italian services. In this article, we describe the feasibility and effectiveness of the perinatal mental health approach in Italian health services and discuss the progress and new challenges.

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Laura Camoni

Fiorino Mirabella

Liliana La Sala

Giovanna Romano

Gina Barbano

Marina Cattaneo

Loredana Cena

Paolo Michielin

Valentina Ialenti

Franco Veltro

Isabella Cascavilla

Debora Del Re

Gabriella Palumbo

Antonella Gigantesco

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Camoni, L. ., Mirabella, F. ., La Sala, . L., Romano, G. ., Barbano, . G. ., Cattaneo, M. ., Cena, . L. ., Michielin, . P. ., Ialenti, . V. ., Veltro, . F. ., Cascavilla, I. ., Del Re, . D., Palumbo , . G., & Gigantesco, A. (2021). Feasibility and effectiveness of the Australian perinatal mental health approach in the Italian health services: progress and challenges. Annali dell’Istituto Superiore Di Sanità, 57(1), 51-56. Retrieved from https://annali.iss.it/index.php/anna/article/view/1331
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