At least one in five women will experience a mood or
anxiety disorder during and after pregnancy

This ECHO series is designed to support clinicians who care for pregnant patients in the evaluation and treatment of common mental health conditions and substance use disorders presenting in the perinatal period. Facilitated by a multidisciplinary team including obstetrician gynecologists, perinatal psychiatrists and psychologists, each session will include a brief presentation by an expert followed by interactive Q&A and discussion. Participants will gain confidence and knowledge in addressing the perinatal mental health needs of their patients while building connections with their peers.

This ECHO series will meet for one full day on Friday, September 15 from 8:30 AM-5:00 PM MT. The series will include educational sessions, interactive discussions and opportunities for collaboration.

Perinatal Mental Health:
An Interdisciplinary Approach

Clinicians who care for pregnant patients in Colorado and surrounding areas

One ECHO session held virtually
Friday, September 15
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM MT


CME/NCPD: CME and NCPD for this series is pending approval. If approved, participants are eligible to receive up to 6.75 hours of CME/NCPD for participation in this series. In order to receive CME/NCPD, participants must complete Zoom polls delivered at the beginning and end of each session throughout the day. Participants will only receive credit for polls that are completed in full. Polls include name collection and knowledge questions.

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