Keynotes

22nd–24th June 2022, Akureyri, Iceland

Keynote 1 Sarah Kittel-Schneider - "Risk Factors and Treatment of Perinatal Illness"

Keynote 2 Jodi Pawluski- "Brain changes with perinatal mental illness"

3rd-4th March 2022, Zagreb, Croatia

Keynote 1 Prof Susanne King - "Prenatal maternal hardship and traumatic stress from population-level disasters and the effects on the unborn child: What happens to you may be more important than how you react to it"

Keynote 2 Prof Sandra Nakic Rados - "Peripartum depression: state-of-the-art and its association with birth experience"

29th September - 1st October 2021, Online

Day 1 Amy Gibbs Birthrights.org “Human rights in childbirth”

Day 2 Hermine Hayes Klein, “How to Make Human Rights a Reality in Maternal Healthcare”

Day 3 Prof Susan Garthus Niegel “Perinatal mental health in the family context – current perspectives and future directions”

21st - 22nd June 2021, Online

Opening address KEYNOTE Dr Danny Horesh – “What lies beneath the silence: The post-traumatic implication of stillbirth”

Closing address KEYNOTE Prof Julia Seng – “Trauma and Childbearing: Mobilizing at Trauma-Informed Continuum of Care”

25th - 26th February 2021, Online

Keynote address by Elizabeth Newnham - ‘Humanising childbirth: lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic’

25th - 26th November 2020, Online

Cheryl Beck

Keynote address by Cheryl Beck - ‘Birth trauma: The ever widening ripple effect’