|D019052||Depression, Postpartum NIH||0.38|
There is one clinical trial.
The COVID-19 epidemic has a major impact on the organization of hospital structures as a whole. Regarding the functioning of the Maternities, it was decided by the three Maternities of AP-HP. Sorbonne University of the Pitié-Salpêtrière, Trousseau and Tenon sites, from March 20, 2020 to no longer authorize visits during the stay of mothers following childbirth. This prohibition has also been extended to spouses. This measure was guided by a concern to protect both the patients, their newborn and the entire staff of the aftermath. The period surrounding a birth is a period of strong emotional impact with an incidence of postpartum depression estimated at 15% in the general population (1). The separation of women from their spouses during this period could expose them to greater psychological vulnerability. In addition, when they return home, the patients will be isolated from their relatives due to the quarantine, which is an additional risk factor for postpartum depression. The teams of the three maternity units of AP-HP. Sorbonne University have organized themselves to be able to respond to situations of mental vulnerability during their stay with the intervention of maternity psychologists and psychiatrists and child psychiatrists as is done in the treatment usual charge. In addition, anticipating situations of greater vulnerability linked to the health crisis, the Maternity teams decided to set up a follow-up of patients after their return home through a telephone interview with psychologists or student psychologists in Master at D10 - D12 and 6-8 weeks postpartum in order to identify patients at increased risk of postpartum depression and to set up appropriate management if necessary for these patients. We therefore propose through this project to describe the consequences of this separation from the spouse during the postpartum stay and then with the family after returning home within the context of quarantine by assessing the incidence of post-partum depression during this sanitary crisis. A telephone interview of all the patients will be proposed on D10 - D12 and at 6-8 weeks postpartum using specific questionnaire to calculate a score of depression. This early identification will allow the establishment of an adapted psychological follow-up.
Description: assess the emotional impact of women's separation from their partners following childbirth and then their family isolation when they return home in the context of the health crisis linked to the COVID-19 epidemicMeasure: Proportion of patients with postpartum depression defined by an EPDS score >12 Time: Between week 6 and week 8
Description: assess the emotional impact of women's separation from their partners following childbirth and then their family isolation when they return home in the context of the health crisis linked to the COVID-19 epidemicMeasure: Proportion of patients with postpartum depression defined by an EPDS score >12 Time: Between day 10 and day 12
Description: as above, maternal psychological history as vulnerability factor included : history of perinatal loss, IMG, history of post partum depression.Measure: Presence of psycological maternal risk factor Time: Between day 1 and day 5
Description: Participants will be asked open-ended questions about their post-partum experience in the context of COVID-19 epidemic lockdown. The interviews will be transcribed and tagged with codes which have been extracted from the data. As more data is collected codes can be regrouped into concepts and then categories. These categories are the basis of the "theory model" that emerge from the narrative of the patients. The verbatim of the interview will be analyzed using NVIVO software which allows a grounded theory approach. Using software package as Nvivo (Hutchison, 2010) with automatic analysis of the verbatim to extract codes and concepts provides a transparent account of the data and enhance study validity. Verbatim are download in the software, that extract repeated lexical fields the categories from the mother's narrative. As this is a qualitative study, there are no expected outcomes. Outcomes will be determined by the themes that arise from the post-partum interview process.Measure: Measure Qualitative Interviews by Grounded theory Time: Week 14
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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