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PANDA Learning Hub is the gateway to online learning for perinatal mental health.

PANDA Learning Hub is the gateway to online learning for perinatal mental health. The Learning Hub includes training and education for health professionals and community.

All training on the PANDA Learning Hub is free and evidence based. PANDA online courses are specifically designed to increase understanding and practice skills around perinatal mental health.

Case studies, tips, and practical skills are the foundation of the training. This is a style of learning we know makes a real difference.

All PANDA training and education includes evidence and stories of lived experience alongside data and insight from the PANDA Perinatal Mental Health Helpline counsellors and peer support volunteers.

Victorian professional development

The Victorian Government funds PANDA to deliver professional development training which we currently deliver live online. To request a session please complete the below form.

PANDA professional development sessions cover topics such as understanding perinatal mental health, stigma and barriers to help-seeking, and how to be helpful to clients and families impacted by perinatal mental health. Our approach is interactive and incorporates families with lived experience.

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