Redefining Care: Maternal Mental Health Awareness and Action


About This Webinar

Despite the increased awareness and government funding dedicated to improving maternal and fetal outcomes, maternal mental health conditions remain one of the most prevalent complications during and after pregnancy, affecting 1 in 5 women. An alarming 75% of these women do not receive any treatment1, and nearly 1 in 4 die from suicide or opioid overdoses2.

If your organization is dedicated to disrupting this disheartening trend, finding ways to address and improve maternal mental health outcomes effectively is a central component of your strategy.

Watch this on-demand webinar to hear industry experts Lora Sparkman, Glorisel Gonzalez Viera, and Angela Stinnett unveil staggering statistics and discuss strategies to meaningfully identify, diagnose, and treat mothers with mental health conditions throughout their entire pregnancy.

Learning objectives: 

  • Uncover key findings on the current maternal mental health landscape.
  • Identify the myriad of factors that contribute to the complexity of diagnosing and treating maternal mental health.
  • Explore actionable strategies and resources that your organization can start utilizing today.


Lora Sparkman, MHA, RN, BSN

VP, Partner, Clinical Solutions, Patient Safety and Quality, Relias

Angela Stinnett, MSN, RN, PMH-C

The Women's Place - Center for Reproductive Psychiatry​, Pavilion for Women at Texas Children's Hospital

Glorisel Gonzalez Viera, MD

Assistant Professor | Baylor College of Medicine , Reproductive Psychiatrist | Texas Children’s Hospital and PeriPAN

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