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Post-Partum Depression Clinical Trials

A listing of Post-Partum Depression medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (44) clinical trials

The purpose of the study is to examine how mother's mental health experiences might influence brain function in response to her infant and how this might be related to the parent-infant relationship. There will be 2 study visits over 7 to 10 days. The first visit is 3 to 4 …

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Health and Wellbeing of Pregnant and Post-Partum Women During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Millions of women will give birth during the pandemic of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). The consequences of COVID-19 for pregnant women and their offspring are unknown. This lack of information leads to anxiety among pregnant women, women who are considering …

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Proactive Personalized Postpartum Mental Healthcare

This pilot randomized trial seeks to determine the usability and perceived value of a primary care-based eHealth application that: (1) uses a validated tool (EPDS), to identify and monitor depression and anxiety symptoms in new parents; and (2) collects data on contextual factors and treatment preferences that inform the provision …

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Birth Experience During COVID-19 Confinement

Different studies have demonstrated that the absence of companionship during labor and childbirth may be responsible for a negative birth experience, an increased risk of postnatal depression and/or post traumatic stress disorders. These situation may also have a negative impact on mother-child interaction, on marital and family relationship and on …

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rTMS for Peripartum Depression

Peripartum Depression (PPD) is common and severely disabling. Pharmacological intervention remains the first line of treatment, however many patients do not experience any benefits from them. Furthermore, many women are hesitant about pharmaceutical interventions due to the unknown effects on foetal health and lactation. Hence novel treatment approaches are required …

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Digital Assessment of Well-being in New Parents

The mental health of new parents around the time of the birth of their baby has been identified as a key priority in the NHS (National Health Service) Long Term plan. At present, there is no nationally implemented method for monitoring parents' mental health, although the use of the Edinburgh …

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Healthy Lifestyle Intervention for High-Risk Minority Pregnant Women

A randomized controlled trial will test a cognitive behavioral skills building intervention (COPE-P) in Black and Hispanic women experiencing emotional distress in two sites (New York and Ohio) to determine if the intervention leads to better health behaviors, better psychosocial health (anxiety, stress, and depressive symptoms), and improved birth and …

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Mindfulness-based Intervention for Postnatal Depression

Postnatal psychopathology have adverse impact on both mothers and infants. Few postnatal women with depressive symptoms receive treatment, and pharmacological intervention has not been well accepted due to the medication side-effects. Recently, mindfulness-based interventions were found to be beneficial for symptoms in perinatal and antenatal women with depression. These non-pharmacological …

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Prenatal Depression Prevention Effects on Parenting and Young Child Self-Regulation and Functioning

The proposed R01 project Effects of a Prenatal Depression Preventive Intervention on Parenting and Young Children's Self-Regulation and Functioning (EPIC) examines whether a prenatal depression prevention interventionMothers and Babies (MB)improves parenting practices and child self-regulation through 54 months of age. The investigators build on an existing cluster randomized controlled trial …

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The Effect of Early Dyadic Psychotherapy for Mothers Suffering From PPD on Oxytocin Level and on Childrens' Emotional Development

Background: Postpartum depression follows approximately 10-15% of deliveries. Maternal functional disability, particularly in the relationship with the infant, a hallmark of PPD, causes impairment in the mother's ability to bond with her infant. Subsequently, this impairment leads to deleterious long-term consequences for infant cognitive, neurological, and social-emotional growth, and is …

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