Online cognitive behaviour training for the prevention of postnatal depression in at-risk mothers: a randomised controlled trial protocol
Background Postnatal depression (PND) is the most common disorder of the puerperium with serious consequences for both mother and child if left untreated. While there are effective treatments, there are many barriers for new mothers needing to access them. Prevention strategies may offer a more acceptable means of addressing the problem. Internet interventions can help overcome some barriers to reducing the impact of PND. However, to date there are no published studies that investigate the...[Show more]
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|Source:||BMC Psychiatry 13 (2013):265|
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