Online Maternal-Child Health Continuing Education

GOLD Conferences International hosts three annual online conferences as well as GOLD Learning Online Symposiums 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.

On the GOLD Learning website, browse our catalogue of lectures that are geared towards Nurses, Midwives, Doulas, Lactation Consultants, Neonatal Care Professionals, Obstetricians 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: by the type of Credit you are seeking, by the IBLCE Detailed Content Outline, by Profession or by Speaker. As you browse, you are able to add individual presentations and / or specialized packages of presentations into your shopping cart.

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!

Featured Lectures

GOLD Learning Symposium Series, Midwifery Bridge CEUs

The GOLD Learning Labour & Delivery Online Symposium provides the latest evidence-based continuing education for health care professionals working with birthing families. Research tells us that health care professionals have an important role to play in helping to create a safe and positive birth experience that helps set parents and their infants up for success. Enhance your clinical skills and... [learn more]

Presentations: 8 | Hours / CE Credits: 8 | Added: 20/04/2023

In this course, you will learn the principles of SUCCESS: Perineal protection during vaginal birth. The material is developed in collaboration with clinicians from Oslo University Hospital Ullevål in Norway, where they have one of the lowest incidences of obstetric anal sphincter injury in Northern Europe.

Presentations: 1 | Hours / CE Credits: 1 | Added: 16/06/2022
  • I loved GOLD so much that you’d be happy to scream it from a mountaintop! I had a lot of scheduling and time restraints so I am so thankful for this virtual option. The vast array of speakers, the convenience of watching at my leisure and ability to earn CERPs was a great benefit. I have been able to immediately apply a lot of it in my role of public health lactation support.”
    Millie Goins, WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor
    GOLD Lactation Online Conference Delegate
  • “The GOLD audience is receptive, fun, engaged and excited. I really appreciate the kinds of questions I am asked and how receptive the audience is to the kind of presentation content I provide. Very few conferences want a presenter to do the off the beaten track material I like to present. I will keep coming back as long as GOLD will have me!”
    Alison K. Hazelbaker, PhD, IBCLC, FILCA, CST, RCST
    GOLD Lactation Online Conference Speaker
  • “Having participated as a speaker at the last two GOLD Conferences has been one of the highlights of my career. The GOLD staff is one of a kind. We not only worked hard together but also had a lot of fun doing so. I have made so many friends in such a short time, not only with my GOLD contacts, but also with so many dedicated and wonderful GOLD participants.”
    Dr. Frank J. Nice, RPh, DPA, CPHP
    GOLD Lactation Conference Speaker
  • “I love the flexibility and availability of your conferences, and with my director’s hat on – the cost versus pricey travel, accommodations, etc. and the flexibility for attendance with people’s busy schedules has been awesome. I think it’s a great model and you have perfected the technology to have it run off well.”
    Suzanne H. Campbell, PhD, RN, IBCLC
    Director and Associate Professor
    School of Nursing. The University of British Columbia
  • “Getting education out to people who can't manage to travel to distant locations or take time off work, or afford the childcare fees they would incur if they had to attend in person, is so important and the difference these GOLD conferences make is invaluable. I have minimal computer skills but the format for attending makes it so easy for me to enjoy the benefits of the conferences.”
    Elizabeth Common, Midwife / Lactation Consultant
    The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne Neonatal Unit
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GOLD Learning Updates & Industry News

  • Oct 20
    GOLD Learning Day 2024: Lactation Physiology & Endocrinology Online Education at Your Fingertips!
    Here’s your invitation to join us on January 16, 2024 for an exciting live day of education at GOLD Learning Day: Elevating Our Expertise on Lactation Physiology and Endocrinology! We’re thrilled to be zeroing in on this highly-requested area of lactation education, with 3 info-packed presentations from expert speakers. Connect with your international colleagues, tap into the very latest education, and...
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  • Oct 6
    Celebrating World Prematurity Day 2023: Access the Latest Neonatal Pain Management Education!
    World Prematurity Day is coming up on November 15, 2023 and we’re getting ready to mark the occasion with a FREE accredited webinar from Professor Marsha Campbell-Yeo! Reserve your seat for live and recorded access to this powerful presentation: World Prematurity Day offers an opportunity to raise awareness and to work towards preventing preterm birth. We’re thrilled to offer this event...
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Mark off these dates to remember!

Mar 6
06-03-202406-03-2024IBCLC Day 2024 Save the Date

In celebration of IBCLC Day 2024 we are excited to welcome Johanna Sargeant on March 6, 2024 as she shares her presentation titled "Mastering Lactation Conversations: Creating Successful and Achievable Care Plans".

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May 1
01-05-202401-05-2024IDM 2024 Save the Date

Join us for our celebration of International Day of the Midwife on May 1st with a webinar called "Midwifing the Midwife: Key Elements to Scaling Up and Sustaining our Workforce" presented by Ginger Breedlove.

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