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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 (26) clinical trials

Development and Assessment of a Mobile Phone Based Intervention to Reduce Maternal Depression and Improve Child Health

Disturbances in mother-infant relationship in depressed mothers negatively influence the child's development. There are a number of efficient treatments for postnatal depression including antidepressant medication, psychotherapy and psychosocial interventions. Tele-health and mobile health is a novel and emerging field in psychiatric and psychological care and treatment of mental health difficulties, ...

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Accelerated iTBS for Post Partum Depression

This is an open-label study designed to investigate the feasibility and tolerability of a novel TMS treatment protocol to treat depression in women with post-partum depression. It is known that TMS can effectively treat depression. The FDA approved protocol lasts 6 weeks and is not feasible for many women with ...

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Effectiveness of a Telephone Based Learning Through Play (LTP) Plus Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for Depressed Mothers

Despite the high prevalence of maternal depression in Pakistan, research on psychosocial interventions is limited. We will test the effectiveness of a telephone based intervention program called Learning through Play plus Interpersonal Psychotherapy (LTP Plus) that can be used by non-specialists, including trained graduates, mothers and lay health workers with ...

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Development Feasibility and Acceptability of Fathers and Babies (FAB): A Pilot Study

Enhancements to Mothers and Babies are warranted to address the mental health of both parents, via the home visitation service delivery model where many of the most at-risk families enter into provider-client relationships during their child's infancy and early childhood. Previous postpartum depression preventive interventionsincluding MBhave neglected to intervene with ...

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Peer Administered CBT for PPD

Postpartum depression (PPD) affects up to 20% of women and has profound effects on mothers and their infants. Indeed, the cost of one case of PPD is estimated to exceed $150,000. Unfortunately, fewer than 15% of women with PPD receive evidence-based care and this is at least partly due to ...

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Comparing the Effectiveness of Clinicians and Paraprofessionals to Reduce Disparities in Perinatal Depression

Study Aims: Aim #1 is to conduct a superiority trial that compares the efficacy of MB delivered by paraprofessional home visitors versus usual care (i.e., home visiting without MB) on patient-reported outcomes, including depressive symptoms, quality of life, parenting practices, engagement in pleasant activities, and relationship with one's partner. Aim ...

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Integrating Text Messages Into the Mothers and Babies Course

Despite the well-established negative effects of postpartum depression on mother and child, most efforts have been directed at treating women already exhibiting depressive episodes rather than prevention. Emphasis on treatment neglects the large number of women with mild to moderate depressive symptoms, in high psychosocial risk contexts, who are at ...

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The Effect of Early Versus Traditional Follow-Up on Breastfeeding Rates at 6 Months

This study is a non-blinded randomized controlled trial with intent to treat analysis intended to determine whether early (2-3 weeks postpartum-experimental arm) versus traditional (6-8 weeks postpartum-control arm) follow up increases breastfeeding rates at 6 months' postpartum. For purposes of this study, breastfeeding will be defined as any breast milk ...

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SPRING Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial

The goal of "SPRING", Sustainable Programme Incorporating Nutrition and Games, is to develop an innovative, feasible, affordable and sustainable community based approach that can achieve delivery at scale of known effective interventions that will maximise child development, growth and survival. The vision is to do this by working in close ...

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Trial to Evaluate the Effect of Home-Based Peer Support on Maternal-Infant Interaction Infant Health Outcomes and Postpartum Depression (PPD)

This controlled study will help establish the link between support for maternal caregiving, maternal-infant interaction, infant neuroendocrinology and infant cognitive and social development. The primary hypothesis predicts that home-based peer support will improve maternal-infant interactions. Secondary hypotheses predict that home-based peer support will: improve infants' cognitive development; improve infants' social ...

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