It’s here!

Infant Mental Health Awareness Week 2018 (#IMHAW18) takes this week from Monday June 11 to Friday 15 June, and will focus on promoting “The Importance of Attachment”.

The Association for Infant Mental Health (AIMH) is keen to highlight the work around infant mental health during the week – so please contact [email protected] and tell them what you are doing to contribute to Infant Mental Health Awareness Week through activities; discussions and communications with parents and children – any information to showcase your work within this area.

Please click here to see all the national events taking place this week in support of #IMHAW18.

Please click here to see AIMH’s programme of activities for the week.

The Twitter hashtag for the week is #IMHAW18 – so do follow the week’s activity online.

AIMH is celebrating 20 years of The Association for Infant Mental Health – AIMH (UK).  To mark this event they are holding a Celebratory Conference at The Radcliffe Centre, University of Warwick, on Friday 30 September 2016.

Call for Abstracts

Abstracts are invited under the following category:

  • ‘Promoting infant mental health in your day-to-day professional practice and promoting infant mental health for the future’

Call for Abstracts deadline is Friday 12 August 2016

You can submit a clinical or scientific abstract and the maximum word count is 500 words.

In clinical abstracts please use the following structure: Introduction, Aims or Purpose of the work or project described, Description of the work or projects, Conclusions.

In scientific abstracts please use the following structure: Introduction, Aims of the study, Material and Methods, Results, Conclusions.

Please send your expression of interest as soon as possible to: [email protected]

Presentation of Posters at the Conference

Authors will be expected to be present with their poster for a short scheduled time during the conference to discuss their poster with participants. The size of your poster should not exceed 175 cm (height) x 95cm (wide).