Section of Perinatal and Infant Psychiatry
The RANZCP Section of Perinatal and Infant Psychiatry (SPIP) promotes the highest standards in clinical practice, training and research pertaining to perinatal and infant psychiatry.
The Regulations [PDF; 270 KB] of the SPIP outline the purpose and responsibilities of the bi-national Section.
Perinatal and infant psychiatry
Perinatal and infant psychiatry focuses on the mental health of infants and parents through the perinatal period.
This Section aims to:
- promote the objectives of the College relating to perinatal and infant psychiatry
- advise on training in perinatal and infant psychiatry
- advance and disseminate research in perinatal and infant psychiatry
- contribute to and promote the highest standards of clinical practice.
Current committee members
The current committee can be contacted through firstname.lastname@example.org. The chair of the SPIP bi-national committee is Prof Megan Galbally.
All members of the College (including trainees and Affiliates) are eligible to join this Section. For further information on membership, please email email@example.com.
The Regulations [PDF; 55 KB] of the SPIP outline the role and responsibilities of Section membership.
Pat, Toni and Peter Kinsman Research Scholarship
Supported by a bequest from the Kinsman family, this scholarship supports and encourages research into postnatal depression in women in Australia and New Zealand. The award of up to A$50,000 is available every two years.
Applications are now open, and close at 9am AEDT 31 October 2019.
► Find out more and apply
A list of perinatal and infant training posts can be downloaded here Training Posts [PDF; current September 2017]