<div class="">Welcome to my online training program “Perinatal Loss in Practice: What Hospital Staff need to Know”.</div> <div class="">I am very pleased you have decided to take part in this important educational tool to help support you in gaining the necessary knowledge and skills with respect to Perinatal Loss when caring for bereaved families. I hope you gain a lot from this training.</div> <div class="">Welcome and let’s get started!</div>
- Two hours of online learning
- Assessment at the end of each module to consolidate your learning
- Digital certificate of completion
- Accredited by COPE: Centre of Perinatal Excellence
$299 AUD (plus GST)
Note: Purchase of this course entitles course access and certification for one person only. Group discounts apply for organisations and health insurers wishing to make this available to their members. To enquire, please contact email@example.com
Becoming a parent comes with many emotional and mental health challenges – many of which we are not aware of, and are not spoken about openly.
This course equips community leaders with a sound understanding of the key challenges that can come along the path to parenthood, and increase confidence to identify risk factors and early symptoms of distress and possible mental health conditions.
Dr Nicole Highet shares over 20 years of experience in working within the perinatal field to inform and educate the community and health professionals.
Course learning outcomes
- Understand the context of becoming a parent and the range of common stressors that commonly arise.
- Provide an understanding of the most common emotional and mental health issues that occur in pregnancy and the first years of parenthood.
- Gain an understanding of how we can identify early signs of conditions such and anxiety and depression in ourselves or others.
- Equip us with basic tools and strategies to access quality support and or treatments.
- Take our knowledge into our community to inform and empower others.
Complete the course at your own pace within six (6) weeks.
Mode of Completion
Please note that this training program can only be completed on a desktop, laptop or table (and not on a phone).
Purchasing or being provided with access to this course entitles access of content and certification by one person only. Sharing of content is in breach of the terms of sale/conditions of course provision.
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About the Presenter
Dr Nicole Highet is the Founder and Executive Director of COPE: Centre of Perinatal Excellence. Nicole has a Doctorate in clinical psychology, specialising in the management and treatment of perinatal depression and anxiety. Following Nicole has lead the development of national education and training programs and health promotion campaigns across the country, in her role as Deputy CEO at Beyondblue.
In response to the need for a dedicated focus on emotional and mental health in the perinatal period, Nicole established COPE in 2013. In this role Nicole has co-chaired the development of the Australian Clinical Practice Guideline, developed online accredited training programs for frontline health professionals, and developed world-leading innovative screening tools to help identify those at risk.
In developing this Program, Nicole serves to inform and empower community leaders with information and resources to reduce the devastating impacts of emotional and mental health amongst hopeful, expectant and new parents.
<!-- wp:paragraph --> Pregnancy and the first year following birth can bring many unique changes and challenges. In this Module we will explore the range of challenges that can arise over the four stages of becoming a parent from conception through to the first years of parenthood. This Module consists of five lessons. Lessons 1 - 4 cover the specific and unique challenges that can arise at <em>each</em> of these stages, with a particular focus on the impact this can have on emotional and mental health. The fifth lesson will focus on some excellent resources to assist you to be informed and prepared for these challenges. As you complete each lesson, simply click on the top right '<em><strong>Complete and continue'</strong></em> link, to progress through the course. Enjoy Module One. <!-- wp:paragraph --> <!-- /wp:paragraph --> <!-- wp:html --> <div class="video"></div> <!-- /wp:html --> <!-- /wp:paragraph -->
Given the range of adjustments and challenges that can occur at this stage of life, it is not surprising that our risk of developing a mental health problem significantly increases when having a baby. In this module we will look closely into the most common mental health conditions - anxiety and depression. We will consider what makes one person over another, more at risk of developing these conditions in pregnancy and the first year of parenthood. Importantly we will also review how we can identify <em>where</em> and <em>how</em> to access information as well as support and treatment in our community through the e-COPE Directory. Let's get started with Lesson 1 by clicking the '<em><strong>Complete and Continue'</strong></em> ink at the top right of the screen.
Welcome to Module 3. In this Module we will provide you with important information about what treatments are safe and effective to manage common mental health conditions. We will also direct you to where and how to access quality support and treatment either for yourself or others. We will also focus on how we as individuals and as a community, can play an important role in raising awareness and supporting others - including some very helpful strategies. Greater awareness and support strategies can play a key role in reducing stigma and the associated impacts of perinatal mental health conditions within our community. COPE welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with you to achieve this mission through our work.
You have made it! Congratulations on completing this Program. COPE would greatly appreciate your feedback. Please progress to the final lesson where we ask you to complete a very brief course feedback survey, and on completion you will receive your certificate of completion.