Survey: Assessing Current Perinatal Mental HealthServices
WHAT IS THIS SURVEY ABOUT?
The Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative (CPMHC) developed this questionnaire to ask health care practitioners across Canada to participate in an online survey to help us understand the state of mental health care in Canada during preconception, pregnancy and the postpartum period (from here on referred to as perinatal).
These collected data were then published in this report to encourage our political leaders to develop a national perinatal mental
health strategy that will meet the needs of all parents in every jurisdiction in Canada. We additionally have a peer-reviewed publication under review which should be published in 2022. We encourage other health care agencies to use this survey so we can collectively gain a greater understanding of the state of perinatal mental health over time. We invite your agency or
organization to use this survey and to please let us know what you learn and find.
You can email us at
firstname.lastname@example.org to share your findings.
The CPMHC is a national, non-profit advocacy organization calling on the federal government
to enact a national perinatal mental health strategy (www.cpmhc.ca).
To complete this survey, please answer the questions and click submit. There are 33 questions in total. This survey should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
Hicks, L.M., Ou, C., Charlebois, J., Tarasoff, L.A., Roos, L., Pawluski, J., Fairbrother, N., Hooykaas, A., Tomfohr-Madsen, L. (Submitted). Assessment of Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Services from the Perspective of Providers: Where Can we Improve? Submitted to Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology of Canada.
Users may reproduce this questionnaire without further permission providing they respect copyright by quoting the names of the authors, the title and the source of the paper in all reproduced copies.