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Signs of the times: universalism and localism

  • John Cox (a1)

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At a time when nationalism has reappeared in Europe, when COVID-19 is not yet quarantined and when compassion coexists with grief, there is a need to consider the impact of these societal changes on international collaboration, frequency and management of perinatal mental disorder – and new roles for psychiatrists and other health professionals in the digital and AI (artificial intelligence) post-COVID era.

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6World Psychiatric Association. Position Statement on Perinatal Mental Health. WPA, 2017.

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Signs of the times: universalism and localism

  • John Cox (a1)

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