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The Everyone’s Business Campaign

That the Parliament welcomes the introduction to Scotland of the campaign, Everyone’s Business; notes that this campaign calls for all women who experience perinatal mental health problems to receive the care that they and their families need; understands that more than 1 in 10 women develop a mental illness during pregnancy or within the first year after having a child, and these illnesses include antenatal depression, postnatal depression, anxiety, perinatal obsessive compulsive disorder, postpartum psychosis and post-traumatic stress disorder; believes that such mental illness often goes unrecognised, undiagnosed and untreated and that this can have a devastating impact on the women and their families; understands that the availability of specialist provision is varied, meaning that specific care may not be readily available across the whole of the UK; welcomes the Scottish Government’s Mental Health Strategy 2017-2027, which includes a commitment to fund the introduction of a managed clinical network that will aim to bring together health professionals in order to improve recognition and treatment in Rutherglen and across Scotland, and notes the campaign’s aim, which is to ensure that all women who experience such problems receive appropriate care, wherever and whenever they need it.

Supported by: James Dornan, Ruth Maguire, Richard Lyle, Joan McAlpine, Ash Denham, Gillian Martin, John Mason, Rona Mackay, Sandra White, Bill Kidd, David Torrance, Stuart McMillan, Fulton MacGregor, Gail Ross, Ivan McKee, Jenny Gilruth, Ben Macpherson, Kenneth Gibson, Stewart Stevenson, Colin Beattie, Alex Cole-Hamilton, Ross Greer, Clare Adamson, Gil Paterson


Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 17/05/2018
 
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