Why join the APP network?

Joining the APP Network is a brilliant way to…

  • Find out how you can help mums and families affected by postpartum psychosis (PP)
  • Receive our enewsletters with information about our projects and research into PP
  • Be a part of a national network of people who have been affected by PP
  • Hear about events, workshops, conferences and opportunities to take part in research studies
  • Help us to change things for the future

If you’d like to be part of the APP Network please fill in your details below.

Action on Postpartum Psychosis (APP) is committed to protecting your personal data. Your contact details will be used to keep you informed about APP’s work and will be stored securely and only available to APP staff. We will never pass your personal data onto anyone else without your written permission. More information can be found in our privacy policy: www.app-network/privacy-policy

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    About you
    I have had PPI am a husband/partnerI am a family member/friendI am a health professional/studentI am a researcher/academicI am a journalist/work in the mediaI am considering pregnancy/pregnant with an increased risk of PPI am an APP supporterOther:
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    We are required to ask some questions by our funders, the Big Lottery, for equality monitoring purposes please don’t be put off by these quite personal questions – feel free to tick the ‘Prefer not to answer this question’ option if you want to.

    FemaleMaleI prefer to use a different termPrefer not to answer this question
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    NB. The Equality Act 2010 defines a disabled person as someone who has a mental or physical impairment that has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to carry out normal day-to-day activities

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    APP Network volunteering
    FundraisingSupporting people affected by PPRaising awarenessTelling my storyBeing a local representative for APP (see below)Taking part in researchOther:

    NB. Being a local representative for APP involves raising PP awareness, campaigning, fundraising and offering support in your local area.