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Intervening in sleep to improve perinatal mental health outcomes

The overarching aim of this research is to improve perinatal mental health in New Zealand through sleep and circadian health education and intervention. This activation project will be used to explore current knowledge and existing services in this space; expand current networks to bring together researchers, clinicians and health service delivery groups working on this issue; and develop future research that will implement and test the efficacy of psychoeducational methods with a sleep and circadian health focus.

This project is a collaboration, hosted by the Sleep/Wake Research Centre at Massey University.

October 2020

COLLABORATORS

  • Associate Professor Tracey Leigh Signal
  • Massey University, NZ
  • Dr Bronwyn Sweeney
  • Massey University, NZ
  • Dr Mark Huthwaite
  • University of Otago, NZ
  • Mrs Clare Ladyman
  • Massey University, NZ
  • Professor Christopher Cunningham
  • Massey University, NZ
  • Mrs Hannah Mooney
  • Massey University, NZ
  • Associate Professor Katherine Sharkey
  • Brown University, USA
  • Dr Bei Bei
  • Monash University, Australia
  • Dr Tanya Wright
  • University of Auckland, NZ
  • Professor Jane Fisher
  • Monash University, Australia

FUNDING

  • Health Research Council of New Zealand