Healthwatch Sutton - Perinatal Mental Wellbeing Survey

Introduction

Pregnancy and the period after childbirth are significant times of change in a woman’s life. It is common for women and their partners to experience many different emotions during this time. 
Some women have mental health issues in pregnancy or after birth. These can either be illnesses that women have had before or, for some women, it may be the first time they become unwell.

Perinatal Mental Health
Perinatal mental health is a term used to describe mental health issues during pregnancy, or in the first year following the birth of a child. Perinatal mental illness affects up to 20% of women and men, and covers a wide range of conditions.

Healthwatch Sutton (www.healthwatchsutton.org.uk) is collecting the views and experiences of people who are pregnant (and their partners) and parents of children who are under 2 years old. Please only complete this survey if you fall in to this group. 
·       This survey is confidential and anonymous. We do not collect any personal information (e.g. names, address etc.).
·       The information you give will only be used for the purpose of this project.
·       Comments you make may be used in our report (though any comments that could make it possible for someone to identify you will not be used).

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* 1. Which of the following statements apply to you:

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* 2. How would you rate your knowledge of the symptons of perinatal mental health issues (1-No knowledge, 10-Very knowledgable)?

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* 3. How much information have you been given about perinatal mental wellbeing (please select one answer)?

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* 4. What was your main source of information (optional)?

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* 5. How useful have you found the information you have received from this source (please select one answer)?

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* 6. Did you know dads and partners can experience perinatal mental health issues as well?

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* 7. Do you think there is enough support for the perinatal mental health of dads or partners?

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* 8. Have you, your friends or a member of your family accessed support for your/their perinatal mental health in the last 2 years?

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