PANDDA represents the professional interests

of nurses who support people who have

an intellectual developmental disability.

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COVID-19 UPDATES

Practical information about COVID-19 relating to your health and wellbeing.


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ANNUAL CONFERENCES

PANDDA conferences give the opportunity to debate, contribute and discuss.


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2023 PRESIDENT’S REPORT

The 2023 PANDDA President's Report was presented at

the PANDDA AGM.


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FEBRUARY 2024





BECOME A MEMBER

PANDDA promotes the care of people who have an intellectual developmental disability.

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ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

An invitation to nurses working in ID Nursing during the dynamic period 1960–2016.

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FREE CPD ONLINE

Learn how you can better address the healthcare needs of people with ID and ASD.

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STANDARDS FOR PRACTICE

The PANDDA 2020 Standards reflect current practice and are now available online.

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UPDATE YOUR PORTFOLIO

The portfolio documents will assist you in maintaining your CPD records.


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PANDDA Conferences
PANDDA Conferences

| ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

Professionalisation of nursing in intellectual and developmental disability in Australia 1960–2016

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PANDDA members can login to access webinar presentations and quarterly member newsletters.

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| PANDDA SCHOLARSHIP

PANDDA Nursing Research Scholarship

for Honours Students 2024

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PANDDA Conferences

| EVERY NURSES BUSINESS

PANDDA Free online CPD program.

Enrol now.

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| UNIT OF STUDY

Principles of Developmental and Intellectual Disability Nursing

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| MY STORY PANDDA AWARD

The award will be presented at the 2024 PANDDA Conference

to celebrate the International Day of People with Disability.

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| PANDDA RESPONSE

PANNDA's response to the Disability Royal Commission report into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability

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February Webinar Now Available

The why, the what and the how of the CHAP and why nurses are so important

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