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The Quality Network for Perinatal Mental Health Services works
with specialist perinatal mental health teams to improve the
quality of mental health care for new mothers.
We support our member services to evaluate their
performance across a range of standards, reflect on their findings
through a peer review process and share best practice and
approaches to service improvement through an active
Participating services are able to benchmark their practice
against similar services and demonstrate the quality of care they
The Quality Network for Perinatal Mental Health is an initiative
of the College Centre for Quality Improvement.
Information about the benefits of membership
Information and tools for units taking part in accreditation
A list of current members and how to take part in a review
If you have any questions, or need more information then
please contact one of the team.
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The fourth edition of the Perinatal Quality Network
Standard's for inpatient Mother and Baby Units are now available to
For more information, please visit our Useful Downloads section
on the Joining the Network Page.
The Perinatal Quality Network has now changed offices
and phone numbers
For more information please view the Contact Us section.
Cycle 6 Perinatal Annual Forum, Tuesday 19 November
This year's Annual Forum will be held at:
Manchester Conference Centre
Perinatal Nursery Nurses Day, Friday 27
The Nursery Nurses special interest day which is being held
on Friday 27 September. The day is being held at the Wesley’s
Chapel and Leysian Mission (details of travel links can be found
If your nursery nurses would like to attend, please send their
name, job title and service name with an email address to Alex
The day is free to nursery nurses working in services that are part
of the network and £25 to those not part of the network.
Our new standards for community perinatal mental health services
are now available to download here.
The cycle 5 Perinatal Annual Forum will be held on Wednesday
28th November 2012.
Find out more.