Clare Haughey

MSP, Rutherglen

Rutherglen Scottish National Party

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  • Scottish Parliament: Perinatal Mental Health 13 Sep 2018

    I thank James Dornan for his question. Good perinatal mental health care is vitally important in improving outcomes for mothers and their young children. That is why we are funding a national managed clinical network on perinatal mental health. The MCN brings together specialists on perinatal mental health, nursing, maternity and infant mental health. The network’s long-term aim is to...
  • Scottish Parliament: Perinatal Mental Health 13 Sep 2018

    As James Dornan mentioned, we set out in our programme for government a package of commitments to expand the help that is available to new mothers who may experience a mental health issue around the time of pregnancy. We will provide three tiers of support across Scotland, in line with the needs of individuals. For those 11,000 women a year who would benefit from help such as counselling, we...
  • Scottish Parliament: Perinatal Mental Health 13 Sep 2018

    The managed clinical network is carrying out a mapping and gapping exercise in support of its shorter-term aims to provide a comprehensive overview of current service provision, and the additional funding that was announced last week will help to ensure that women are able to access the services that they need, when they need them.

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Scottish National Party MSP for Rutherglen

Entered the Scottish Parliament on 7 May 2016 — Election

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