Quality Assurance of Maternal Mental Health Peer Support

This questionnaire forms part of the work that Mind and the McPin Foundation are undertaking to develop quality assurance principles for maternal mental health peer support. This work has been commissioned by the Maternal Mental Health Alliance and Comic Relief. The principles will aim to assure the quality and consistency of online and face to face peer support in maternal mental health and are a key part of wider work to ensure that peer support in maternal mental health promotes positive outcomes. 
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* 1. What is your interest in maternal mental health?

* 2. How would you define good peer support?

* 3. How would you know if peer support has been effective?

* 4. What needs to be in place to ensure the safety of those giving and receiving peer support as well as the safety of children?

* 5. How can peer support build positive relationships with health, social care and other services?

* 6. How could the accessibility of peer support be increased (consider potential barriers faced by marginalised groups)?  

* 7. Would you like to share anything else relating to quality assurance of maternal mental health peer support?

* 8. What is your age?

* 9. How would you describe your gender?

* 10. How would you describe your sexual orientation?

* 11. How would you describe your ethnicity?

* 12. Do you consider yourself to have a disability?

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