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Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Library Services: Home

Welcome to the QCPIMH Library Services

Welcome to the Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health Library Service guide.  This guide provides information to Centre staff and affiliates about the QCPIMH Library Service - and what we can do for you. Unfortunately our librarian cannot support research that is not related to perinatal and infant mental health: a public or university library may be better placed to respond to such enquiries.

Perinatal and infant mental health refers to the emotional and psychological wellbeing of women, their infants, partners and family, including the impact on the parent-infant relationship, commencing from preconception through pregnancy and up to 36 months postpartum.

The guide has been primarily produced for use by Hospital and Health Service clinical staff of Queensland; due to licensing restrictions, some of the links provided are only accessible by authorised users.

To access any of the library services, please email or see the Librarian at Nundah Cottages on a Tuesday.

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Queensland Centre for Perinatal and Infant Mental Health
31-33 Robinson Road Nundah Qld 4012 Australia
61 7 32663100

Copyright & Acknowledgements

WARNING. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are warned that this specialty guide may provide links to websites that may contain images of deceased people. Wherever possible, such links and resources are identified and removed. Contact the Queensland Centre for Perinatal & Infant Mental Health Library for further information or to provide feedback.

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