Learning from Experience... Continuing Knowledge
GOLD Conferences International hosts three annual online conferences for maternal-child health care professionals. Through our unique online format, we provide virtual education from the world's leading researchers, clinicians, and educators. The GOLD format is appropriate for health care professionals who have limited time and/or budgets, and who want to remain close to their workplace and clients.
We have received overwhelming requests to provide ongoing access to presentation recordings and materials. For this reason, we created GOLD Learning, an archive of evidence-based education, largely sourced from our annual conferences.
On the GOLD Learning website, browse our catalogue of lectures that are geared towards Nurses, Midwives, Doulas, Lactation Consultants and other health care workers who provide care to women, infants and families. You’ll find we’ve assembled quite the mosaic of leading health care educators to assist with your continuing education needs.
You can search by the categories of presentations we have available, the type of Credit you are seeking, or by Speaker. As you browse, you are able to add individual presentations and / or specialized packages of presentations into your shopping cart. We are currently offering CERPs and will be providing CNE's, Midwifery CEUs & Dietetic CEUs in the near future.
With our strong focus on pairing stellar customer service with informative content, convenient online access and affordable pricing, we hope you enjoy all that GOLD Learning has to offer!
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