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: 21 (19 evaluation forms completed) Breakdown of Profession: Health Visitor’s x 6 Nursery Nurses x 1 Midwife x 5 Neonatal Outreach x 4 Safe Guarding Health Visitor x 3 Other x 1 Student Midwife x 1 Question 1: How useful have you found this evening’s lecture? Brilliant, Excellent, very useful and interesting, have heard the talk before bud find it very interesting, really enjoyed it, good reminder and very interesting, the handouts will come in useful, very touching, very interesting from a personal perspective, as a midwife awareness of depression is very useful, reminder to keep PND high on the agenda, personal and emotional, well presented and fun, disappointing that groups have been stopped and also visits decreased (birth 4-6wks and 3-4mths) Question 2: What could we do to improve future sessions?
Everything very well done, advertise sessions more widely, vary times, early evenings in Winter, nothing – great session and venue, the sessions are excellent
Question 3: What topics would you like to see covered in the future? Speech and Language, Temper tantrums, toddlers eating habits, diabetes, cannulation, STI’s, Sexual Health, Mental health, breech deliveries, child protection, eczema, dermatology, sleep problems, immigration, Post Natal Depression, teenage pregnancy, ante-natal screening, domestic abuse, complementary therapies, obesity in pregnancy, support for still birth/miscarriage, autism, ADHD, childhood constipation, Overall score for evening: Excellent x 16, Good x 3 Please rate Venue/Food this evening: Excellent x 19 (100%), easy to locate Key Learning’s from evening: Look-listen-learn-help, remember to look for small clues and ask how people are feeling, listen time, better insight into PND, FINE!, signs and symptoms of PND/mental illness, even a little gesture/time can make a big difference, never assume, fascinating insights, can’t single out one point – all was valuable, continue to offer support, support all women with PND and to ask them if they are ok – and if they are really ok!, remember to question, persevere with hand to reach whoever they are (i.e not classed as vulnerable group), why won’t they answer door/pick up phone/return call?, Key Learning’s from the evening: Always try to listen and facilitate openness, take more time listening to people, be more instinctive, be more understanding of mental illness in general, try to spend more time listening and talking to new mums, never assume always make time, always include partner, listen, be more aware of situations, ask people how they are really feeling, question, challenge when the reply is I’m fine!