Online CERPs for IBCLCs, CLCs, CLEs & Students

The following online presentations are accredited for Continuing Education Recognition Points (CERPs) and are applicable for recertification towards your International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC's), Certified Lactation Educator (CLE) & Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) credentials. The type of online IBCLC CERPs can be identified by hovering over the "details" link. Lectures will be designated L-CERPs, E-CERPs and R-CERPs. GOLD Learning has been designated as a Long Term Provider of CERPs by the IBLCE - Approval #CLT114-07.

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$110.00 USD

Optimizing Milk Production Lecture Pack

Concerns about milk production are the primary reason for supplementing and premature weaning. Because of this, it is essential for health care providers who are supporting breastfeeding families to have a thorough understanding of how milk synthesis works. There are numerous factors to consider including the anatomy of the breast, hormone levels, the baby’s ability to effectively remove milk, the frequency of feedings etc. Join our experts for a focused look at what we know about milk production, how to establish, and maintain it, and specialized situations such as exclusive pumping and relactation.

Relactation and Induced Lactation
Barbara D. Robertson, BA, MA, IBCLC, RLC
Breastfeeding by the Numbers: What do They Mean and When are They Useful?
Human Milk Synthesis: Just When You Thought You Knew
Kimarie Bugg, DNP (s), RN, MPH, IBCLC
Establishing & Maintaining Milk Production When Exclusively Pumping
Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC, FILCA
Concerns About Low Milk Production
Wendy Jones, PhD MRPharmS
Galactogogues and Breastfeeding
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 25/05/2018
CERP: 6
CNE: 6
Dietetics CEU: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
L-CERP: 6
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$15.00 USD

Sending Reports: What’s in it for IBCLCs?

Most lactation professionals love client interactions, but only send reports to health care providers out of a sense of duty. But writing and sending reports to our client's health care providers can be more just an administrative task. Yes, it complies with IBLCE's Code of Ethics to "Principle 4: Report accurately and completely to other members of the healthcare team" but it can also increase collaboration, improve client outcomes, and grow your practice. This presentation seeks to reframe the process of writing and sending reports from a dreaded task to a clinical, ethical, and holistic way of supporting our clients while positively positioning ourselves as allied health professionals. Beyond the ethics (yes or no) and practicalities ("S.O.A.P." or not), a report to a health care provider is a source of communication about the consultation as well as marketing about your clinical skill, role in the client's lactation experience, and lactation practice. With a combination of the why and how, this presentation outlines the ways in which reports to health care providers can be beneficial to the client, the health care provider, and the IBCLC, as well as devoting some time to specific strategies that lactation consultants can implement to streamline the process of sending reports so that we can get to the next client.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Joy MacTavish, IBCLC, RLC, MA
Sending Reports: What’s in it for IBCLCs?
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$0.00 USD

The Past, Present and the Future: Why Midwives Matter

This is a special presentation in honor of International Day of the Midwife 2019! This year we are thrilled to welcome the wonderful Sheena Byrom, whose book "The Roar Behind the Silence: why kindness, compassion and respect matter in maternity care" jointly edited with Soo Downe, is being used as a resource to improve maternity care throughout the world. Sheena's presentation is titled "The past, present and the future: why midwives matter", and will touch on the historical context of the midwife and midwifery, review the current global position and offer potential solutions for the future.

This webinar is approved for 1 MEAC Midwifery CEU,1 ACNM CEU and 1 ACM CPD Recognised Hour. Recording available online.

The Past, Present and the Future: Why Midwives Matter
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 5/3/2019
MidPLUS Points CPD: 1
ACNM: 1
Midwifery CEU: 1
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$7.50 USD

Breastfeeding In Hong Kong And Traditional Chinese Wisdom On Confinement Practices

Breastfeeding rates upon discharge is rising in Hong Kong over the past 20 years. Breastfeeding has become more of a topic than ever before. However, it is still very common to have early introduction of formula and exclusive breastfeeding rate is still low. Most private hospitals do not allow 24 hours room in. Many mothers need to go back to work when the baby is only six weeks old. In Hong Kong, it is very common to practice a confinement period after birth. This traditional Chinese wisdom has many benefits for the mothers and babies. Mothers of other cultures can also make use of some of the practices to benefit themselves.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Heidi Lam, B.So.Sci, IBCLC
Breastfeeding in Hong Kong and traditional Chinese wisdom on confinement practices
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 09/07/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$15.00 USD

The Power of Mentorship

In Alameda County, Black women are initiating exclusive breastfeeding, but only ~15% remain breastfeeding by 3 months. For impoverished Black women, especially those in their teen years or who may have less than high school education, these numbers are even lower (9-12%). There is minimum breastfeeding support for black families. When Black mothers in West Oakland who received peer and professional breastfeeding support through Breast Friends, exclusive breastfeeding at 3 months rose to 63%. This project expanded the Breast Friends model to East Oakland while also training 12 new peer counselors (including 1 father), 24 new group facilitators, and enhancing breastfeeding messaging in the California Black Infant Health program. The project surpassed our expectations. 5 out of the 12 trained peer counselors are now working in other community organizations as Community health outreach worker, peer counselors, doulas and WIC staff.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

The Power of Mentorship
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$15.00 USD

Watching Our Words: Is Risk-Based Language Always the Right Choice?

Within the lactation world, it is widely accepted that optimizing infant feeding practices and normalize breastfeeding, we must frame breastfeeding as the physiological norm and not breastfeeding as the risk behaviour. For example, breastfeeding does not reduce the risk of type II diabetes, but rather not breastfeeding increases the risk of type II diabetes. Most of us have had this framing drilled into us during our training and can deftly turn around any headline to reflect the correct wording.

It is, indeed, scientifically correct that breastfeeding is the physiological norm for human: artificial feeding is no more "normal" for the human baby than using a wheelchair to be mobile. However, health communication is about more than delivering scientifically accurate facts to the target population. In motivating parents to initiate breastfeeding and then maintain exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months and alongside complementary foods for at least 2 years and beyond, the science of health behaviour is often overlooked.

In this session, we will discuss some of the major models of health behaviour change and how risk is perceived and acted up on within these models, drawing from both maternal-child health and other public health. We will review the rationale for using risk-based language as well as the evidence for different perspectives, including the use of social marketing strategies.

This lecture was originally offered as part of the GOLD Lactation Alumni Presentations 2019 Package. This program has been approved for 1 CERP (1 L-CERP).

Free to GOLD Learning Delegates with Alumni Status - Do you have Alumni status? As a special thank you to our past participants that have attended 5 or more Conferences, you are invited to attend with a complimentary registration. Add this package to your cart and follow the check out process. When prompted, login with your GOLD Learning associated email address and on the final step, the discount will be automatically applied. A separate invitation email will also be sent to our Alumni Status Delegates. Not sure if you're elgible, check your Alumni Status here.

GOLD Annual Members: Please note that GOLD Annual Membership is not the same thing as having Alumni Status. Become a GOLD Annual Member to enjoy a 10% discount from your registration fee!

Watching Our Words: Is Risk-Based Language Always the Right Choice?
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 10/03/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$110.00 USD

Breastfeeding Education and Advocacy Lecture Pack

How we talk about breastfeeding impacts how our messages are heard. This package provides an in depth look at the language we use, different learning styles, innovative teaching strategies, and how to broaden our audience to allow a wider reach for breastfeeding promotion and advocacy. Join our expert speakers to broaden your knowledge base and learn how to ensure that your message is reaching the right people and is being received in a way that will promote change.

Nikki Lee, RN, BSN, MS, IBCLC, ANLC, CCE, CIMI, CKC
Words That Work
Tamara Drenttel Brand, MA, MPH, IBCLC
Lactation Education Outside the Box: Innovative Teaching Strategies to Engage Your Audience
Christy Jo Hendricks, IBCLC, RLC, CLE, CD(DONA), CCCE
Expanding Our Audience to Gain Greater Appreciation and Acceptance of Breastfeeding
Thinking Outside the Box to Increase Breastfeeding in Communities of Colour
Nicola Singletary, PhD, MAT, IBCLC
Breastfeeding Education in Secondary Schools—Research and Application for Lactation Professionals
Geraldine Cahill, BA Ced, BA ToT, IBCLC
Learning styles – Certainly Not a One Size Fits All
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2018
CERP: 6
CNE: 6
Dietetics CEU: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
L-CERP: 6
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$15.00 USD

Mindful Breastfeeding: How Lactation Professionals Can Support Calm and Connection

The age-old practice of mindfulness meditation has increased in popularity across the globe over the past four decades and gained traction within the psychological and medical fields. Mindfulness centers on non-judgmental awareness of one's bodily sensations, thoughts, and emotions in the present moment. It has been scientifically shown to reduce stress, chronic pain, medical and psychological symptoms, and enhance immune function. Mindfulness practices often focus on psychobiological processes, which makes them well suited as in intervention during the perinatal period, and even more specifically breastfeeding. This presentation outlines the ways in which mindfulness can positively impact lactation, during its normal course and especially when there are challenges. As lactation professionals who clinically and holistically support clients, it is beneficial to be able to share mindfulness strategies that can serve as a bridge between the mental, emotional, and physiological realms. Through a greater understanding of the practical aspects of mindfulness, gentle interventions can be incorporated into each feeding session. By supporting calm and connection within the parent and between the parent and infant, the experience of breastfeeding can be enhanced.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Joy MacTavish, IBCLC, RLC, MA
Mindful Breastfeeding: How Lactation Professionals Can Support Calm and Connection
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$170.00 USD

Midwifery Conference 2019

This is a series of lectures originally presented at our 2018 GOLD Midwifery Conference. It is suitable for all skill levels and is a perfect fit for Midwives, Doulas, Childbirth Educators, IBCLCs, Breastfeeding Counselors, Physicians, Dietitians and anyone else working or studying within the maternal-child health industry.

This is a series of lectures originally presented at our 2019 GOLD Midwifery Conference. It is suitable for all skill levels and is a perfect fit for Midwives, Doulas, Childbirth Educators, IBCLCs, Breastfeeding Counselors, Physicians, Dietitians and anyone else working or studying within the maternal-child health industry.

Gain insights into how we can humanize birth, ways we can engage fathers, handling complications and emergencies, perinatal cannabis use, pharmacologic management of nausea and vomiting, advances in upright birth positioning, managing back pain with sterile water injections and so much more. With expert speakers, such as Betty-Anne Daviss, Lesley Page, Jus Crea Giammarino, Sally Pezaro and Vicki Chan to name just a few, this conference promises to be full of both information and inspiration.

Engaging Fathers in Maternity Care
Janelle Komorowski, DNP, CNM, ARNP
Evidence-based Pharmacologic Management of Nausea and Vomiting in Pregnancy
Sally Pezaro, RM, BA(Hons), MSc, PhD
Exploring the Needs of Childbearing Women with Hypermobile Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (hEDS)
Lesley Page, CBE, PhD, MSc, BA, RM, HFRCM, Hon DSc
Humanising Birth
Nigel Lee, BHlthSci, MMId, PhD
Managing Back Pain in Labour Using Sterile Water Injections
Jennifer Hoeprich, CPM, CMT, Certified Hypnotherapist (CHt)
Mindfulness & Meditation for Midwives & Mamas
Naturopathics in Labor
Perinatal Cannabis Use Around the Globe: Research, Policy and Legal Implications
Ready, Response-able, Resilient; Handling Complications & Emergencies
Role of Midwives in Humanitarian Crisis
Speaking Truth to Power: Childbirth Models on the Human Rights’ Frontier
Vicki Chan, RN, RM
The Story of the FreMo Birth Centre. Midwifery Care in a Low Resource Setting.
Saraswathi Vedam, Professor and Principal, Birth Place Lab at UBC
“They Threatened and Bullied Me”: Examining Disparities in Autonomy, Respect, and Mistreatment Across Childbearing Communities
Presentations: 13  |  Hours / CE Credits: 13.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: June 5, 2019
CERP: 13.5
L-CERP: 1
R-CERP: 12.5
MidPLUS Points CPD: 15.5
ACNM: 15.5
Midwifery CEU: 1.5
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$7.50 USD

Contextualizing Breastfeeding in Lebanon

In Lebanon, nearly all mothers attempt to initiate breastfeeding. Despite high initiation rates, only 40% of mothers exclusively breastfed through the first month and nationally, a mere 2.4% continued to exclusively breastfeed between 4 and 5 months. Early weaning is a pressing public health concern as infant and under-5 morbidity rates are high. Environmental issues like water quality and sanitation can be problematic when supplemental formula or contaminated water is used. This presentation examines the breastfeeding trends in Lebanon and explores the complex and often overlapping historical, social, cultural, economic and policy determinants behind early weaning. Next, this presentation analyzes newly emerging factors such as the power of social media, collaboration of lactation specialists and the rise of influential mother support networks. The presentation will conclude by highlighting the growing breastfeeding support infrastructure in Lebanon, for the most part, facilitated by breastfeeding mothers themselves.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Tamara Drenttel Brand, MA, MPH, IBCLC
Contextualizing Breastfeeding in Lebanon
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 0.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 09/07/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$15.00 USD

Resolving Cultural Conflicts in Nighttime Breastfeeding and Infant Sleep

Nighttime breastfeeding and proximate mother-infant sleep play a crucial role in sustaining lactation but present challenges for parents in settings where solitary infant sleep is the norm, and bedsharing is viewed as controversial and inherently dangerous. While separate parent-child sleep arrangements are a relatively recent cultural invention, they have become the dominant cultural norm, which also shapes medical infant sleep guidance in the U.S. and other similar settings. Recent breastfeeding promotion efforts, however, conflict with these cultural and medical imperatives for separate sleep. As more parents breastfeed, they find themselves falling asleep next to their babies. Some may fall asleep on unsafe surfaces in their attempt to avoid bedsharing, while others regularly bedshare in secret to avoid social stigma and other repercussions. To ensure both safety and wellbeing for infants and families, an integrated approach to nighttime breastfeeding and infant sleep will be recommended that incorporates evolutionary and cross-cultural perspectives.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Resolving Cultural Conflicts in Nighttime Breastfeeding and Infant Sleep
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$75.00 USD

Supporting Birth in Challenging Situations

If you missed out on MANA 2019 it’s not too late! GOLD Learning is thrilled to partner with the Midwives Alliance of North America, (MANA) again this year and extend the reach of the latest midwifery education across the globe. The 2019 conference was nurturing, inspiring and an opportunity to learn from other birth workers who understand the deep investment, challenges and personal sacrifices midwives make for the families they serve. Incredible speakers shared their wisdom and expertise at MANA 2019 and a select number of presentations are being made available for a global audience through GOLD Learning. Earn up to 5 continuous hours of education from the comfort of your home, don’t miss this amazing opportunity and register today!

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Sterile Water Injections for Lower Back Pain in Labor
Vaginal Breech Birth: A Workshop on New Evidence and Techniques to Bring it Back
Understanding Shocks as it Relates to Estimated Blood Loss
Stephanie Anne Berry, Clinical Herbalist, LM, CPM
Using Herbs in Pregnancy from a Constitutional Model
Karen H. Strange, CPM, AAP/NRP Instructor, CKC
When, Why and How to Breathe for Baby at Birth: More than Neonatal Resuscitation and the Failures in Resuscitation
Presentations: 5  |  Hours / CE Credits: 5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 5 Weeks  |   Added: 03/10/2019
CERP: 5
R-CERP: 5
Midwifery CEU: 0.5
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$110.00 USD

The Microbiome in the Perinatal Period

Events during the perinatal period can have a profound impact on the development of the microbiome in the neonate. Learn more about how the microbiome develops in this sensitive period and the potential lifelong implications for health and wellness.

Perinatal exposures, breastfeeding and the gut microbiome: Implications for lifelong health
Anne Estes, PhD, MS
“Thanks, Mom: Influences on Baby’s Microbiome Composition During the Precious Perinatal Period”
Noel Mueller, PhD, MPH
Determinants of The Infant Microbiome and Childhood Obesity: Mom Matters
Building a Better Baby Biome
Mary Regan, PhD, RN
Birth, Eating and the Microbiota
The Perinatal Microbiome as a Target for Health Risk Reduction
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 27/06/2018
CERP: 6
L-CERP: 1
R-CERP: 5
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
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$15.00 USD

How B.E.S.T. (Basic Evaluation of Structural Tension) Relates to Breast©

This lecture/course is intended to familiarize the medical and allied health community in the recognition of the often-overlooked muscle-related structural barriers to breastfeeding. It provides a discussion of clues to the predisposing factors of these barriers and explores their affect on infant "functional mobility" as it relates to the achievement of successful breastfeeding. It is intended to improve the clinician's assessment skills as they work with the mother/infant dyad in resolving breastfeeding difficulties/dysfunctions by development of insight into these often hidden and profoundly destructive structural manifestations. Recognition of these barriers with an emphasis on self-help techniques and when/who to refer parents/caregivers to for help, together with how to best meet their teaching/training needs across cultural barriers, is discussed. The ultimate purpose is the achievement of insight to improve the clinician's evaluation process, better enabling them to promote, enhance and even save the breastfeeding experience of the families served.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Judy Terwilliger, RN, CMT, FBT
How B.E.S.T. (Basic Evaluation of Structural Tension) Relates to Breast©
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$170.00 USD

GOLD Learning Online Tongue-tie Symposium 2019

Welcome to the GOLD Learning Tongue-tie Symposium 2019. Last year's symposium was so popular that we've added more presentations! This year we're offering 10 speakers and lectures. As our understanding of oral restrictions grows there's always something new to learn!

Learn about assessment, the impact of tongue-tie from birth through adolescence, how to provide lactation care when revision isn't part of the plan, suck rehabilitation after frenotomy and the big picture of caring for families struggling with a tongue-tied infant.

Also, dive deeper with a look at how to identify and treat the compensatory mechanics of suck after revision, the impact of tongue-tie on the myofascial system and primitive reflex integration, tongue-tie and it's impact on the musculoskeletal and nervous systems, the impact on orofacial myofunctional development and a look at infant frenotomy and pain.

We're excited to have you join us for amazing presentations that will leave you feeling more confident and armed with clinical skills that you can put into practice right away to help the families in your care. This program is approved for 10 CERPs (7 L-CERPs, 3 R-CERPs), CMEs and Dietetic CPEUs.

Register Today - Recordings now Online!


Group Registration: Receive additional discounts when you register a group of 10 or more. Contact us at team@goldlearning.com to learn more or submit your group.

Treating Tongue-Tie From Birth Through Adolescence: The Far Reaching Impact of a Tiny String
Christine Staricka, BS, IBCLC, RLC, CCE
Lactation Skills for Supporting Dyads with Oral Restrictions
Lisa Urich Lahey, RN, IBCLC, OMT
Foundations of TOTS Assessment: Anatomy, Appearance, and Function
Lori L. Overland, M.S., CCC, C/NDT, CLC
A Sensory Motor Approach to Neuromuscular Re-Education Post Frenotomy
Tamara Hawkins, RN, FNP, IBCLC, LCCE, CHHC
Baby Shark Do’s, Don'ts, Decisions, and Dilemmas. Creating a Supportive Lactation Care Plan for a Family with Tethered Oral Tissues.
Brandi Benson, DC, CACCP
All Tied Up: Tongue Tie Beyond the Mouth
Effath Yasmin, MA, HDSE, CLEC(USA), IBCLC, BCST(ICSB-SWISS)
Rethinking Surgical Tools - Infant Frenotomy & Pain
Ellen Chetwynd, PhD, MPH, BSN, IBCLC
The Compensatory Mechanics of Suck for Babies with Oral Tethering: How to Identify and Treat after Revision
The Impact of Tongue-Tie on the Musculoskeletal and Nervous Systems
Marjan Jones, BDSc (Hons) UQ, BSc Melb
Tongue Tie and Orofacial Myofunctional Development
Presentations: 10  |  Hours / CE Credits: 10 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 06/06/2019
CERP: 10
L-CERP: 7
R-CERP: 3
CME: 10
Dietetics CEU: 10
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$7.50 USD

Lactation helpline in Indonesia: is it needed?

Good doctor–patient communication is essential for positive health care outcomes. Ideal doctor–patient communication generally is reflected in a partnership communication style. However, in Southeast Asian settings, we often see a more one-way style with little input from the patient. Helpline services is breaking the ice, and is considered a new option modality for patients in Indonesia. The ease in contacting medical professionals through phone and text messages seems more comfortable, personal and inexpensive. Breastfeeding support via a helpline helps mother to feel reassured, confident and more determined to continue breastfeeding, and in majority of occasions resolves their particular concerns. Lactation Clinic in Puri Cinere Hospital, Depok, West Java, Indonesia was established in August 2011 and operated a helpline since the beginning of its establishment. Helpline service is open 24 hours daily, through phone, text messages, whatsapp, or blackberry messenger directly to doctors who are also breastfeeding counselors. There are six doctors who take turns every month to receive calls and reply to messages. Helpline numbers are distributed to patients during post natal rounds or at patients doctors appointments in lactation clinic. A longitudinal study conducted in March to December 2014 shows 202 helpline cases in 9 months. There were 29 cases (14%) questioning EBM handling, 24 cases (12%) asking about complementary feeding, 19 cases (9%) of infant stool, 19 cases (9%) medication and mother's milk, 15 cases (7%) frenotomy after care and other various problems. 63% cases were successful managed via helpline, and 37% cases were referred to the Lactation Clinic to get further help. There were many cases resolved through helpline calls and messages. High success rate of helpline management shows that helpline program is effective to help mothers and resolved their particular concerns; especially in Indonesia.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Lactation helpline in Indonesia: is it needed?
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 0.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 09/07/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$15.00 USD

Bridging the Gaps to Provide a Continuum of Care

Promoting collaborations among caregivers and healthcare providers to ensure consistent and continual breastfeeding support. This talk uses humor and scenarios to point out the necessity that those entrusted with a family's care be professional, inclusive and open in order to provide the best support possible.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2017 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Christy Jo Hendricks, IBCLC, RLC, CLE, CD(DONA), CCCE
Bridging the Gaps to Provide a Continuum of Care
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$15.00 USD

Creating Flow: Using Lymphatic Drainage Therapy for Breastfeeding Issues

Surprisingly, lymphatic congestion forms the foundation of some lactation problems like chronic plugged ducts and un-resolving nipple and breast pain. In this cutting-edge presentation, Dr. Hazelbaker covers the anatomy and physiology of the lymphatic system (especially as it pertains to the breast) and discusses the most common presentations and causes of lymphatic breast congestion. She demonstrates the Lymphatic Drainage Therapy technique in videos of three cases. Dr. Hazelbaker leaves the audience with a brief breast self-care regimen that can enhance the breast health of every participant when used consistently.

This lecture was originally offered as part of the GOLD Lactation Alumni Presentations 2019 Package. This program has been approved for 1 CERP (1 L-CERP).

Free to GOLD Learning Delegates with Alumni Status - Do you have Alumni status? As a special thank you to our past participants that have attended 5 or more Conferences, you are invited to attend with a complimentary registration. Add this package to your cart and follow the check out process. When prompted, login with your GOLD Learning associated email address and on the final step, the discount will be automatically applied. A separate invitation email will also be sent to our Alumni Status Delegates. Not sure if you're elgible, check your Alumni Status here.

GOLD Annual Members: Please note that GOLD Annual Membership is not the same thing as having Alumni Status. Become a GOLD Annual Member to enjoy a 10% discount from your registration fee!

Alison Hazelbaker, PhD, IBCLC, FILCA, RCST
Creating Flow: Using Lymphatic Drainage Therapy for Breastfeeding Issues
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 10/03/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1