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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$45.00 USD

GOLD Lactation Alumni Presentations 2019

GOLD Learning is excited to once again offer our GOLD Lactation Alumni Presentations! This live day of education took place on January 21, 2019 and is the perfect opportunity to start off the new year with new perspective and insight.

Expand your clinical knowledge and challenge yourself to think critically about current ideas and practices with three thought provoking presentations. Deepen your knowledge about the lymphatic system of the breast and how lymphatic congestion forms the foundation of some lactation problems, improve outcomes by learning to be intentional with your bedside care, and examine whether risk-based language is always the right choice when it comes to motivating changes in behaviour and promoting awareness of the importance of breastfeeding.

This program has been approved for 3 CERPs (3 L-CERPs). We look forward to having you join us for this exciting day of learning!


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?
Alison Hazelbaker, PhD, IBCLC, FILCA, RCST
Creating Flow: Using Lymphatic Drainage Therapy for Breastfeeding Issues
Nekisha Killings, MPH, IBCLC, LLLL
BreastSide Manner: A Patient-Centered Approach to Lactation Support
Presentations: 3  |  Hours / CE Credits: 3 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 21/11/2018
CERP: 3
L-CERP: 3
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$15.00 USD

Infant Feeding Behaviors as a Measure of Neurodevelopment

Infant feeding behavior is a complex neurodevelopment behavior. Infant feeding is compressed of infants' latch and SuPPRT (sucking pressure pattern regulated over time) in both bottle and breastfeeding sessions. In preterm bottle feeding infants, the regulation of these two components is a measure of neurodevelopment. However, infants' latch and SuPPRT in breastfeeding has not been explored. Dr. Lucas will review infants' latch and SuPPRT during bottle and breastfeeding and explore how these differences make breastfeeding a more sensitive newborn neurodevelopmental measure. Finally, Dr. Lucas will propose why we should consider differences in infant latch and SuPPRT to be a neurodevelopmental infant measure.

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

Ruth Lucas, PhD, RNC, CLS
Infant feeding behaviors as a measure of neurodevelopment
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

When Tears Flow and Milk Doesn’t: Support Through Breastfeeding Grief

Some women who initiate breastfeeding will not meet their duration goals. There are a number of factors that contribute to undesired weaning. For a woman who ceases breastfeeding before she desires to do so, it can be devastating. For the lactation professional or peer supporter, this can also feel like failure. Grief counseling and ethical principles are applicable to supporting a mother grieving the loss of the breastfeeding relationship she desired. This presentation uses case studies to address the questions of how breastfeeding supporters ethically and compassionately support mothers who end their breastfeeding journey before they wish to, how lactation professionals and peer supporters can manage our own feelings in these situations, and what are the ramifications of these cases as we continue to share accurate breastfeeding information in the face of media-driven culture in which infant feeding is loaded with guilt, shame, and fear.

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

When Tears Flow and Milk Doesn’t: Support Through Breastfeeding Grief
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

Human Milk: Defense Against Pathogens

When antibiotics were first broadly introduced in the 1930s, they were considered the most important advancement in modern medicine. Deaths attributed to communicable diseases were drastically reduced leading to the belief that infectious diseases were conquerable. Bacteria, however, counter antibiotic chemotherapy with resistance mechanisms that result in the emergence of infections untreatable by the current artillery of therapeutics. Efforts to develop new antimicrobial agents with unique structural motifs and novel modes of action to fight multi-drug resistant pathogens are ongoing. During this seminar, I will discuss our groups ongoing efforts to develop human milk oligosaccharides as novel antimicrobial agents.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2018 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Human Milk: Defense Against Pathogens
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 11/07/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
CNE: 1
Dietetics CEU: 1
Midwifery CEU: 0.1
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$110.00 USD

Trauma Informed Care Lecture Pack

Trauma Informed Care is defined as an organizational structure and treatment framework that involves understanding, recognizing and responding to the effects of all types of trauma. The perinatal period is a particularly vulnerable one, and it is crucial to understand how past trauma of any kind may influence the way that clients perceive and experience their perinatal care. Join our expert speakers to learn more about how to approach perinatal families through a lens of trauma informed care.

Healing Birth Stories for Professionals
Shannon Kane, MSW, BSW, RSW
Psychological Birth Trauma: Causes, Assessment, and Treatment
Mickey Sperlich, PhD, MSW, MA, CPM
Trauma-Informed Care in the Perinatal Period
Unpacking the concept of “Holding Space”: Beyond rhetoric toward action in supporting survivors of trauma in the childbearing years
Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA
Breastfeeding and Survivors of Adverse Childhood Events
Microaggressions and Racial Trauma During Childbirth
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 22/05/2018
CERP: 6
L-CERP: 2
R-CERP: 4
MidPLUS Points CPD: 6
ACNM: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
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$15.00 USD

Supporting Breastfeeding People in the Legal System

Breastfeeding women find themselves in need of assistance in a wide variety of legal contexts. This session reviews the options available to lactating women in custody disputes, as criminal defendants, as witnesses, when called for jury duty, and as immigration detainees.

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

Supporting Breastfeeding People in the Legal System
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2019
CERP: 1
E-CERP: 1
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$15.00 USD

Addressing Complex Sleep Problems While Optimizing Breastfeeding

Many health, lactation, and childcare professionals find themselves in a position where the families they work with require support with sleep. Without readily accessible, evidence-based, gentle and effective sleep support, some of these families turn to sleep training which often leaves breastfeeding abandoned in the quest for more sleep.

Understanding key sleep biology principles, and being able to apply these to both simple and complex sleep scenarios can empower parents with the tools they need to maintain breastfeeding while also getting more sleep. In this presentation, we will explore some key concepts, and apply them to some practical real-life examples of both adults and infant-related sleep problems.

This lecture was originally offered as part of the GOLD Lactation Conference 2019.

Lyndsey Hookway, BSc, RNC, HV, IBCLC
Addressing Complex Sleep Problems While Optimizing Breastfeeding
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1.25 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 28/11/2019
CERP: 1.25
L-CERP: 1.25
CNE: 1.25
CME: 1.25
Dietetics CEU: 1.25
Midwifery CEU: 0.1
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$110.00 USD

Mental Health in the Perinatal Period

Mental health of parents is crucial to the growth of a healthy child, healthy family and healthy society. Learn more about supporting the transition to parenthood in a way that promotes mental well-being during this vulnerable time. Our speakers are experts in the area of perinatal mental health and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience. With presentations on the identification, prevention and treatment of perinatal mental health issues, the importance of fathers’ mental health, the impact of postpartum depression on parenting, managing mental illness in pregnancy, anxiety in the perinatal period, and helping families heal from birth trauma, this package is your opportunity to immerse yourself in learning about mental health. Expanding your knowledge and skills provides a meaningful impact to the families in your care.

Dr. Jane Hanley, Phd, RGN, RMN, Dip HV, Dip Couns FRSPH
The Importance of Fathers' Mental Health
Impact of Paternal and Maternal Postpartum Depression on Parenting Behaviors and Infant/Child Outcomes
Perinatal Mental Health: Identification, Prevention, and Treatment
Jayashri Kulkarni, MBBS, MPM, FRANZCP, PhD, FAHMS
Managing Mental Illness in Pregnancy
Melanie Badali, PhD, RPsych, CACBT-ACTCC Certified in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Anxiety and Related Disorders During Pregnancy and Postpartum
Kate White, MA, LMT, RCST®, CEIM, SEP
“It Was Right but so Wrong:” Helping Families Make Sense of Difficult Births with Trauma Sensitive and Prenatal and Perinatal Healing Approaches
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 23/12/2018
CERP: 6
R-CERP: 6
CNE: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
ACNM: 6
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$15.00 USD

Breastfeeding / Nursing Aversion and Agitation (Baa) in Breastfeeding Mothers

Aversion to breastfeeding or agitation while breastfeeding is known to occur in some women who breastfeed while pregnant, or who tandem feed a newborn and a toddler. However, it is a little researched area, and the paucity of published literature around breastfeeding aversion and agitation reveals a significant gap in the literature. My presentation presents the findings of an exploratory online survey that sheds light on what appears to be a commonly experienced phenomenon of aversion and agitation whilst breastfeeding, which varies in form, severity and duration. BAA is characterised by feelings of anger or rage, a skin crawling sensation and an urge to remove the suckling infant, but can also be feelings of agitation and irritability whilst the infant is latched. Mothers who experience BAA still continue to breastfeed, but have feelings of guilt and shame about BAA and are often confused about having feelings of BAA. Research is needed to understand the reasons for BAA, its causes, triggers and strategies to minimize the experience in breastfeeding mothers.

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

Zainab Yate, BSc, MSc, Doctoral Student
Breastfeeding / Nursing Aversion and Agitation (BAA) in breastfeeding mothers
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

Chasing the Butterfly: Understanding How the Thyroid Gland Impacts Breastfeeding

Often overlooked and as elusive as the butterfly it resembles, the thyroid gland may lurk behind a number of breastfeeding difficulties, including low-supply, over-supply, and overt lactation failure. Recent research has revealed that thyroid disorders during pregnancy and postpartum are more common than previously thought. A substantial amount of our current professional discourse centers around tongue-tie, which occurs in anywhere from 4.2%-10.7% of babies, while thyroid disorders in lactating women may in fact be more prevalent than tongue tie, affecting anywhere from 6.7%-13.3% of women in the postpartum period. Even more alarming is that as many 50-80% of these cases may be missed by a woman's healthcare provider. During this presentation, you will gain a basic understanding of how the thyroid gland functions and the various ways in which a dysfunctional thyroid can adversely affect lactation. You will also learn which signs and symptoms warrant a referral to a primary health care provider. We will review the latest evidence-based thyroid hormone reference values appropriate for a woman during pregnancy and postpartum so that, if your patient does undergo testing, you will feel confident discussing those results with her. Finally, we will discuss some herbal and dietary recommendations for improving thyroid function.

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

Alexandra Walker, BSN, MA, RN, IBCLC, RLC
Chasing the Butterfly: Understanding How the Thyroid Gland Impacts Breastfeeding
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 25/06/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$7.50 USD

Scaling Up Skills and Reliability of Breastfeeding Peer Counselors - 7 Years of Malaysian Experience

The roles of peer counselors (PC) in breastfeeding support is important to reach mothers and families in community as they would bridge the gaps within the warm chain of breastfeeding support. However, challenges has overcome in many forms, especially their reliability in providing breastfeeding support skills and knowledge. Malaysian Breastfeeding Peer Counselors (MBfPC) program has started in 2010 to enhance breastfeeding support for Malaysian community. Its training syllabus were adapted and modulated to be culturally acceptable. More than 500 PCs were trained.

The original syllabus was continuously being revised prior to each training since Malaysia is multicultural with great diversity, with few adaptations of new tools to enhance the understanding among the trainees whom majority are not health personnel. MBfPC Association (MBfPCA) is responsible to reliability queries by other parties, thus overseen the needs for MBfPC training reform. Three training levels were introduced in 2016; entrance, advanced, and train-of-trainers; to increase reliability of certified PC, even though the sustainability of the network is yet to be observed. The mechanisms used to select, train and certify the PCs had strengthened the roles and functional relevancy of MBfPCA existence in Malaysian scenario. This presentation will share the challenges and framework of capacity building among PCs to function as breastfeeding peer supporters in Malaysian context.

This lecture was originally offered at our 2018 GOLD Lactation Conference.

Nadrah A. Arifin, MBBS, MPH, IBCLC
Scaling Up Skills and Reliability of Breastfeeding Peer Counselors - 7 Years of Malaysian Experience
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 0.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 11/07/2019
CERP: .5
L-CERP: .5
CNE: 0.5
Midwifery CEU: 0.05
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$170.00 USD

Midwifery Conference 2018

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.

Gain new insights into the fight for normal birth, ways to combat bullying and horizontal violence, fetal monitoring, pelvic floor health, providing care for LGBTQ2S families, suturing skills, hemorrhage prevention, recognition and management, and so much more. With expert speakers, such as Hannah Dahlen, Jennie Joseph, Nancy Wainer, Carol Gray, Bonnie Gruenberg, and Andrea Dixon to name just a few, this conference promises to be full of both information and inspiration.

Hannah Dahlen, PhD, BN(Hons), MCommN, RM, RN
Fighting for normal birth in an alternative facts, post truth world
Declan Devane, PhD, MSc, PgDip(Stats), BSc, DipHE, RGN, RM, RNT
Fetal monitoring, Evidence and challenges
Heather Clarke, CNM, DNP. FACNM
Pre and Perinatal Psychology to Improve Birth Outcomes
Nell Tharpe, MS CNM, CRNFA, FACNM
Suturing Skills for Midwifery Practice
Andrea Dixon, Midwife (CNM)
Promoting Safe Transfers from planned Out of Hospital Births
Suellen Miller, RN, CNM, MHA, PhD
Updates in Obstetric Hemorrhage Prevention, Recognition, and Management: Individual devices, Bundles, and Clinical Pathways for Saving Lives in Low Resource settings
Suzanne Colson, PhD, MSc, Midwife, Nurse
Biological Nurturing--- applying the continuum concept to breastfeeding
Bullying and Humanity - Listening Spaces to Support Midwives
Preventing Primary and Repeat Cesareans
Bonnie Gruenberg, CNM, MSN, CRNP
Placentas Behaving Badly
Providing preconception and prenatal care for LGBTQ2S families
Debrah Lewis, CNM, MSc
Engaged and In Gear: Fathers in Maternal and Newborn Health
Carol Gray, CST, LMT, RYT200
Breaking Off Our Engagement With Engagement
Heather Pierce, BMid(Hns) BAppSc(Pty) PhD Candidate
Pelvic floor health: pregnancy, birth and beyond
Where There's A Will, There's A Way! Midwifery as a model for reducing racial disparities, building community and creating revenue
Presentations: 15  |  Hours / CE Credits: 13.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: May 23, 2018
CERP: 13.5
ACNM: 15.5
MidPLUS Points CPD: 15.5
R-CERP: 12.5
L-CERP: 1
Midwifery CEU: 1.5
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$15.00 USD

The Maternal-Child Microbiome Or: The “Oro-Boobular Axis”

Did you know that a mother who breastfeeds her child is more likely to "match" as an organ donor than a mother who does not breastfeed her child? How does that happen? The answer may lie in the Maternal-Newborn Microbiome, AKA "The Oro-boobular" axis. The scientific world is exploding with excitement over the discovery of the microbiome. While it appears clear that a suckling infant's intestinal microbiome communicates with the mother's lactocyte and perhaps beyond, little is known about the effects of this communication in practical terms. This presentation will review what is known and attempt to explain what it means, both now and in the future.

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

The Maternal-Child Microbiome or: The “Oro-boobular axis”
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

Unraveling the Mysteries of Human Milk: The Fascinating Role of Neohormones, Epigenetics, the Microbiome and More!

In celebration of IBCLC day, we're thrilled to offer this free presentation from one of our most popular speakers, Laurel Wilson. This an exciting time and the recent explosion of new research is providing a new look at the complexities of breastfeeding and human milk that we are only just starting to understand. As IBCLCs we are on the front lines of helping to translate this new knowledge into something meaningful for the families we care for. Join us for Laurel's talk titled, "Unraveling the Mysteries of Human Milk: The Fascinating Role of Neohormones, Epigenetics, the Microbiome and More!" to gain insight into some of the newest scientific discoveries about human milk.

Webinar recording now available.

Laurel Wilson, IBCLC, RLC, BSc, CLE, CCCE
Unraveling the Mysteries of Human Milk: The Fascinating Role of Neohormones, Epigenetics, the Microbiome and More!
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 04/01/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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$7.50 USD

Rusty Pipe Syndrome: A Case Report From Poland

Bloody nipple discharge is an unusual experience during lactation for both the mother and her attending physicians. Painless bleeding from the breasts in the early post-partum period can be a physiological condition called a rusty pipe syndrome. This report describes the case of bilateral bloody nipple discharge that started after caesarean section and subsequently ceased within a few days. Natural breastfeeding is the best way of nourishing newborns and infants. The process of breast milk production starts as early as between weeks 16 and 22 of pregnancy and colostrum can appear from the nipple in the following weeks. Milk containing blood can be a cause of concern for the mother and her physician. The reasons can be various; however not all of them would be caused by bleeding from the glandular tissue.

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

Anna Kotlinska, PhD Candidate, Masters of Midwifery
Rusty pipe syndrome: a case report from Poland
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

Breastfeeding: Baby’s First Milestone

Breastfeeding is widely acknowledged as being the healthiest way to feed an infant for at least two years. In the United States of America, the CDC 2014 Breastfeeding Report Card states that 79.2% of mothers start out breastfeeding. However, as the babies get older, these numbers plummet. Only 49.4% of these babies are receiving any breastmilk by 6 months of age. We know from the literature that the primary reasons mothers stop breastfeeding in these early months are pain and worrying about their breastmilk supply. These are problems with solutions if the proper support is in place. Why is this support lacking? Is it because for all of the talk, "breast is best", the importance of breastfeeding is not really valued? What if successful breastfeeding was reframed into a milestone? Baby's first milestone? This presentation will explore other milestones, walking, talking, and learning to read, and what happens if babies and young children are not reaching these markers in a reasonable time frame. What support systems are in place to help these milestones be achieved if babies are faltering? The possible reasons for a baby not being able to breastfeeding and possible solutions will then be examined from the lens of having proper support systems in place.

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

Barbara D. Robertson, BA, MA, IBCLC, RLC
Breastfeeding: Baby’s First Milestone
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

BreastSide Manner: A Patient-Centered Approach to Lactation Support

Warm and empathic bedside manner is a lost art in provider-patient interactions. Be it time constraints, systemic limitations, lack of trust or training, the disconnect is apparent and the consequences are grave. In this talk, lactation support providers have an opportunity to learn how to be intentional in their approach to care in a way that honors the patient and their needs while also meeting them where they are. This talk will consider attitude, cultural, language, and other factors that might have traditionally impeded communication or relational connection in order to get to the heart of drawing lines of trust and respect between Patient and provider.

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!

Nekisha Killings, MPH, IBCLC, LLLL
BreastSide Manner: A Patient-Centered Approach to Lactation Support
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 10/02/2019
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
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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