CEU Midwifery

The following online presentations are accredited for Midwifery CEUs by the Midwifery Education & Accreditation Council (MEAC) and offer education for Midwives and other Healthcare Providers working in the field in need of MEAC Midwifery CEUs credits for recertification and general career development. MEAC Midwifery CEU's can be applied to Certified Professional Midwives (CPM's) registered through the North American Registry of Midwives (NARMs). Each MEAC CEU is equivalent to 10 NARM CEUs.

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$60.00 USD

NARM Midwifery Bridge Category 2: Evidence Based Care

This bundle provides evidence-based education from leading researchers and clinicians in the field neonatal care. This bundle helps bridge the gap between established protocols, practices and the rapid growth of new research.

Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN, APRN
Vitamin K for Newborns: Myths versus Facts
Cardiotocography (Electronic Fetal Monitoring) in labor: a house built on sand
Dr. Martin Ward Platt, MB, ChB, MD, FRCP, FRCPCH
New directions in blood glucose management
Karen H. Strange, CPM, AAP/NRP Instructor, CKC
Meconium: Facts, Implications, Perspective and Understanding
Presentations: 4  |  Hours / CE Credits: 4 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 11/08/2017
Midwifery CEU: 0.4
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$0.00 USD

NARM Preceptor Webinar

A NARM Registered Preceptor is a credentialed, experienced midwife who agrees to train apprentice midwives intending to apply for the Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) credential and has current, approved registration through NARM. When entering into a preceptor/student partnership, each party is expected to act in a professional, responsible, and respectful manner towards the other. This webinar provides guidance on how to become a Registered NARM Preceptor, an overview of student and preceptor responsibilities, a review of the NARM Application process and documentation of clinical skills, and an exploration of the ethical considerations for the preceptor/student relationship.

NARM Midwifery Preceptor Webinar
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 02/08/2018
Midwifery CEU: 0.1
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$165.00 USD

Midwives Alliance of North America / MANA 2016 Conference - Lecture Pack

In partnership with the Midwives Alliance of North America, GOLD Learning is thrilled to offer this series of selected presentations that took place at MANA 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia from October 13 -16. MANA's Annual conference is a great way to learn about the latest legal, medical and advocacy developments for midwives. This package offers 13 highly informative hours of continuing education from 15 Expert Speakers. If you were not able to attend this event in person, here is your opportunity to hear from some of the top experts in the field.

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Engendering System Integration of Home Birth through a Quality Narrative and Guidelines for Collaboration
Home Birth Health System: Alignment of Providers and Hospital
Walking the Labyrinth: Research Literacy, Evidence-Informed Practice, and Shared Decision-Making
How to Pass Go in the Game of Midwifery
We Sued the Sheriff: Lessons from Rulemaking in Arizona
Sharon Wells, MS, CPM-TN
The Game of Rubrics: Leveling The Playing Field for Preceptors and Students
Awakening Birth
Michael C. Klein, MD, CCFP, FCFP, FAAP, FCPS
Why is Home Birth Safe in Canada, While American Midwives Struggle to Show That They too are Practicing Safely?
Erik Bauher, MD, FAAP
Oral Ties and the Breastfed Baby
The American Way(s) of birth and death: Lessons for Midwifery from the Death Care Movement
Birth in the Era of Climate Change
Presentations: 11  |  Hours / CE Credits: 13 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 27/01/2017
ACNM: 13
Midwifery CEU: 13
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$95.00 USD

"Collaborate" - MANA 2017 Conference - Lecture Pack

In partnership with the Midwives Alliance of North America, GOLD Learning is thrilled to offer this series of selected presentations that took place at MANA 2017 in Long Beach, California from November 2-5, 2017. MANA's Annual conference is a great way to learn about the latest legal, medical and advocacy developments for midwives. This package offers 8 highly informative hours of continuing education from 8 Expert Speakers. If you were not able to attend this event in person, here is your opportunity to hear from some of the top experts in the field.

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A Holistic, Evidence Based Approach to Cholestasis Prevention and Management for OOH Setting
Wendy Gordon, LM, CPM, MPH
How to Use a Racial Equity Toolkit for Decision making in a Predominantly White Organization
Karen H. Strange, CPM, AAP/NRP Instructor, CKC
Pitfalls During Resuscitation of the Newborn
Treating for Two: Pharmacology and the Midwife’s Client
Domestic Violence Myths and Research
Gina Gerboth, MPH, RM, CPM, IBCLC
Best Practices in Charting: Lessons Learned from the 4.0 MANA Stats Validation Project
Jamarah Amani, Community Midwife, CLC
Birth Justice 101
Presentations: 7  |  Hours / CE Credits: 8 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 08/12/2017
CERP: 8
Midwifery CEU: 0.8
ACNM: 8
R-CERP: 8
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$265.00 USD

Lactation Conference 2017

Originally offered in 2017 at our GOLD Lactation Conference.It is a resource suitable for all skill levels and is a perfect fit for IBCLC's, Lactation Consultants, Nurses, Lactation Educators, Breastfeeding Counselors, Mother to Mother (Peer to Peer) Support Workers, Midwives, Physicians, Dietitians, Doulas, Childbirth Educators and anyone else working or studying within the maternal-child health industry.

Laurel Wilson, IBCLC, BSc, CLE, CLD, CCCE
Understanding Zika and Lyme and Breastfeeding
Debbie Albert, PhD, BSN, IBCLC
RAYNAUDS: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment
Zainab Yate, BSc, MSc, Doctoral Student
Breastfeeding / Nursing Aversion and Agitation (BAA) in breastfeeding mothers
Dr. Satish Tiwari, M D (Pediatrics), LLB
Legal and Ethical issues in Infant Feeding
Cindy Leclerc, RN IBCLC
Jana Stockham, RN IBCLC
Preventing the Plunge: Why the First 2 Weeks are Crucial for Breastfeeding Duration.
When Tears Flow and Milk Doesn’t: Support Through Breastfeeding Grief
Alexandra Walker, BSN, MA, RN, IBCLC, RLC
Chasing the Butterfly: Understanding How the Thyroid Gland Impacts Breastfeeding
Paulina Erices, BS, IBCLC, RLC
From the NICU to the home: mother’s experiences
Resolving cultural conflicts in nighttime breastfeeding and infant sleep
1000 Days in Gap City: Exploring the Relationship between the Breastfeeding Gap and the Word Gap
Lori J. Isenstadt, IBCLC, CCE, CBD
The original foster-mother were wet nurses
Barbara D. Robertson, BA, MA, IBCLC, RLC
Breastfeeding: Baby’s First Milestone
Joy MacTavish, IBCLC, RLC, MA
Sending Reports: What’s in it for IBCLCs?
Judy Terwilliger, RN, CMT, FBT
How B.E.S.T. (Basic Evaluation of Structural Tension) Relates to Breast©
Ruth Lucas, PhD, RNC, CLS
Infant feeding behaviors as a measure of neurodevelopment
Breastfeeding as a Public Health Issue: Do we Have the Right Approach?
Infant and young child feeding in emergencies: Background, best practice, and what you can do
The Power of Mentorship
The Maternal-Child Microbiome or: The “Oro-boobular axis”
Supporting Breastfeeding People in the Legal System
Christy Jo Hendricks, IBCLC, RLC, CLE, CD(DONA), CCCE
Bridging the Gaps to Provide a Continuum of Care
Joy MacTavish, IBCLC, RLC, MA
Mindful Breastfeeding: How Lactation Professionals Can Support Calm and Connection
Lifting up the Lactation Profession
A Community of Breastfeeding
Lactation helpline in Indonesia: is it needed?
Heidi Lam, B.So.Sci, IBCLC
Breastfeeding in Hong Kong and traditional Chinese wisdom on confinement practices
Anna Kotlinska, PhD Candidate, Masters of Midwifery
Rusty pipe syndrome: a case report from Poland
Tamara Drenttel Brand, MA, MPH, IBCLC
Contextualizing Breastfeeding in Lebanon
Presentations: 28  |  Hours / CE Credits: 25.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 22/06/2017
CERP: 25.5
L-CERP: 23.5
E-CERP: 2
CNE: 25.5
CME: 25.5
Dietetics CEU: 25.5
Midwifery CEU: 2.5
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$245.00 USD

Perinatal Conference 2017

Originally offered 2017 at our GOLD Perinatal Conference.
The birth of a child is a time of profound transition and adjustment. The care that a family receives during the perinatal period can have a lasting impact on the rest of their lives. Respectful, kind, culturally sensitive and evidence based care results in families who feel valued and empowered as they start the journey of parenthood. This has far reaching implications for the physical and mental health for both parents and child. As care providers during this vulnerable period, it’s important that we have a clear understanding of the potential impact of our practices.

The Perinatal Microbiome
Linda Smith, MPH, IBCLC
The Impact of Birth Practices on Breastfeeding
Shahirose Premji, RN, BSc, BScN, MScN, PhD, FAAN
Preterm birth: Does Mind (the Culture) Matter?
Melissa Bartick, MD, MSc, FABM
Missing the evolutionary boat: How viewing infant sleep out of context fails parents and children
Birthing While Black: The Impact of Racial Trauma and Perinatal Outcomes
Simone Honikman, MB ChB (UCT) MPhil-MCH (UCT)
Common perinatal mental disorders: an approach for the maternal health care provider
Nancy Byatt, DO, MS, MBA, FAPM
Promoting Maternal and Child Health: Preventing, Identifying, and Managing Postpartum Depression
“If they just knew better, they’d do better”: Care provider myths, transliteracy, and the need for a trauma informed approach in reproductive care
Timeline of African American Experience
Tikvah Wadley, AAS CD(DONA) BDT (DONA)
“What’s The Big Deal about Community Based Doulas?”
Providing Radically Compassionate & Inclusive Care
The Father Factor: exploring the influence men have on the healthy development of children
Pam Douglas, MBBS, FRACGP, IBCLC, PhD
The baby who cries and fusses: latest evidence, common misconceptions, and how we can help
Jessica Tearne, BA (Hons), MPsych (Clin), PhD, MAPS
Parental age and mental health outcomes in children- what do we know and where to from here?
Maternal lifestyle intervention to prevent obesity in both mom and baby
Myrna Martin, RN, MN, RCC, RCST
Three Hearts: The Neurobiology of Love in the Childbearing Year
Tracy Donegan, BSc Midwifery, DONA (BDT), CLE (UCSD)
Mindfulness as an Intervention to Improve Maternal and Infant Health
Aisha Al Hajjar, MSM, BSM, CPM, LM, AMANI
Providing Culturally Sensitive Care
Betsy Schwartz, CPD(DONA), MMHS, CTM
The Fun Factor: The Science Behind Fun and Play for Increased Learning
Lori A. Brotto, PhD, R Psych
Sexual health in the postpartum period
Perinatal Hospice and Palliative Care in a Mid-Sized Hospital
Fayth M. Parks, PhD, Licensed Psychologist
Making a Way Out of No Way: Cultural Strengths, Health Disparities, and Postpartum families
Presentations: 22  |  Hours / CE Credits: 22.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 23/01/2018
CERP: 22.5
L-CERP: 1
R-CERP: 21.5
CNE: 22.5
Midwifery CEU: 2.2
ACNM: 22.5
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Clients, Colleagues, or Critics? Negotiating Gaps between evidence and community standards

What does emerging science on neurobiology and epigenetics tell us about decision making in pregnancy, labour and birth? Does birth place matter? Should caesarean reduction be the goal? How long is labour? How long is human gestation? How accurate is an ultrasound date? What happens when clients want care that does not align with community standard? How do our messages about evidence and risk affect quality and safety? What do women say? What do providers believe? This session will explore new patient-centered outcomes from research on quality, safety, risk and responsibility. Together we will review and discuss emerging tools and strategies to facilitate conversations about the best available evidence and respectful maternity care.

Saraswathi Vedam, RM FACNM MSN Sci D(hc)
Clients, Colleagues, or Critics? Negotiating Gaps between evidence and community standards
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 20/03/2017
CERP: 1
R-CERP: 1
Midwifery CEU: 0.1
ACNM: 1
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When You Know Better, Do Better

May 5 is the internationally recognized day for highlighting the important role that Midwives play in offering safe and supportive birth to families around the World. We are so thrilled to partake in the celebrations and share with you the wisdom and research from one of the most highly respected educators in the field.

This GOLD inspired presentation will be filled with storytelling, historical perspective and the captivating journey of birth. Karen delivers a paradigm shifting, dynamic lecture to expand our midwifery and birth mindset.

Karen H. Strange, CPM, AAP/NRP Instructor, CKC
When You Know Better, Do Better
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 2 Weeks  |   Added: 02/16/2017
CERP: 1
R-CERP: 1
Midwifery CEU: .1
ACNM: 1
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$15.00 USD

Making it Work: Supporting Nursing Moms at Work

Cathy is an expert in the field of lactation support in the workplace and her presentation offers insights into the challenges faced by working mothers who are breastfeeding and provides workable solutions and resources for both mothers and employers.

The content of this wonderful session addresses needs of employed breastfeeding women, including emotional constraints, establishing and sustaining milk production, rebuilding milk production, helping women navigate avenues of support, talking with supervisors and coworkers about their needs, counseling mothers about specific pumping strategies and schedules tailored to the mother’s work situation, and sharing available resources.

Cathy Carothers, BLA, IBCLC, FILCA
Making it Work: Supporting Nursing Moms at Work
Presentations: 1  |  Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 3 Weeks  |   Added: 29/03/2017
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
CNE: 1
Dietetics CEU: 1
Midwifery CEU: 0.1
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$110.00 USD

Complementary Care Lecture Pack

As more and more families look beyond mainstream medical care in the perinatal period, there is a growing demand for integrative care practices where complementary methods are used alongside medical care. With this add-on package, we’ve brought together experts in different types of complementary care to help you learn more about how to incorporate them into your care of perinatal families. Join us for a closer look at the use of herbs, homeopathy, osteopathy, acupuncture, aromatherapy and chiropractic care during the perinatal period.

Sara Randall, BSc (Hons) Midwifery, R. Midwife, B. Ost. Med, R. Osteopath, IBCLC
Osteopathic Principles within the Perinatal Period
Preparing the Mother for a Safer, Easier Birth Throughout Pregnancy
Debra Betts, PhD, BHSc, RN
Acupuncture in pregnancy and the postpartum period. Use in New Zealand by midwives and in a hospital outpatients clinic
Demetria Clark, Master Herbalist and Aromatherapist
Aromatherapy for Pregnancy
Lia Bello, RN, FNP, CCH
Using Homeopathic Remedies in the Peri-Natal Period
Susan Weed, Author
The Herbal Education of Midwives
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 17/05/2018
CERP: 6
R-CERP: 6
MidPLUS Points CPD: 6
ACNM: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
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$245.00 USD

Perinatal Conference 2016

Originally offered 2016 at our GOLD Perinatal Conference.Focusing on health care from the 3rd trimester of pregnancy through childbirth and into the neonatal period, this package is appropriate for nurses, midwives, physicians, lactation consultants, doulas, and other health care workers providing care to women, infants and families.

Rebecca Dekker, PhD, RN, APRN
Evidence Based Care: What it is, What it isn’t, and How to Help Families Find it
Laurel Wilson, IBCLC, BSc, CLE, CLD, CCCE
The Placenta and Breastmilk-Unraveling the Mysterious World of the Intelligent Organs that Protect our Babies
Debbie Fraser, MN, RNC-NIC
Not always a safe place: Intrauterine Infections
Debbie Fraser, MN, RNC-NIC
Late Preterm Infants: Not as Grown up as they look!
Dixie Whetsell, MS, IBCLC
Antibiotics and Breastfeeding: Indications and Impact for the Dyad
Changing the Conversation about Perinatal Support for Women of Size
Jocelyn Toohill, RM, RN, PhD
Understanding, Confronting and Reducing Childbirth Fear
Nancy Irland, DNP, RN, CNM
De-Mystifying Gestational Diabetes
Carrie Sue Halsey, MSN, CNS-AD, RNC-OB, ACNS-BC, TBE
Category Two Electronic Fetal Monitor Strip Management
Christina Smillie, MD, FAAP, IBCLC, FABM
Feeding the tiny premie: Supporting NICU families with evidence and compassion
Kathleen Baird, PhD, MA Ed, PG Dip HE, BSc(Hons), HDE, RM
The role of the midwife in supporting women who experience domestic violence and abuse during pregnancy
Karen D’Apolito, PhD, NNP-BC, FAAN
Care and Management of Infants with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
Miranda Buck, RN, MPhil, IBCLC
Moving beyond bottles: alternative strategies for supplementary feeding newborns
Carrie-Ellen Briere, PhD, RN, CLC
The Importance of Direct-Breastfeeding and Breastmilk in the NICU
The Neurobiology of Attachment and Fear Learning in Infancy
Robin Grille, BA(Psych) Grad Dip Counselling, Dip Interactive Psychotherapy
How childhood experiences affect mothering behavior – and how practitioners can help
New mothers’ thoughts of infant-related harm and their relationship with postpartum OCD and parenting
Janice Banther, CCCE, CLD, CHBE, CIMI
Birth Behind Bars – Incarcerated and Pregnant
Breastfeeding Instinct or Skill?
Robin Grille, BA(Psych) Grad Dip Counselling, Dip Interactive Psychotherapy
How childhood experiences affect mothering behavior – and how practitioners can help
Presentations: 20  |  Hours / CE Credits: 20.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 20/04/2017
CERP: 20.5
L-CERP: 6.25
R-CERP: 14.25
CNE: 20.5
Midwifery CEU: 2
ACNM: 20.5
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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
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
ACNM: 6
MidPLUS Points CPD: 6
L-CERP: 6
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$95.00 USD

Breech Birth Lecture Pack

Our Breech Birth add-on package is designed to provide an in-depth focus on the topic of vaginal breech delivery. The climate of vaginal breech birth is changing as more families push to have it available as an option. Professional organizations are also starting to change their stance on breech presentation meaning an automatic C-section. This special package brings together leading experts in the field to share their knowledge, wisdom and experience of helping families to safely experience the vaginal birth of their breech babies. Don’t miss this amazing opportunity to learn from Shawn Walker, Gail Tully, Dr. Stuart Fischbein and Dr. Andrew Kotaska!

Using research to improve the way we teach and learn vaginal breech birth
Heads-up not hands-up: the Unexpected Breech Birth
Gail Tully, BS, CPM, CD(DONA)
Illustrating Breech Complications
The Home Breech Option, Proper Selection & Technique
Understanding the mechanisms as the key to safe breech birth
Presentations: 5  |  Hours / CE Credits: 5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 21/04/2017
CERP: 5
R-CERP: 5
MidPLUS Points CPD: 5
ACNM: 5
Midwifery CEU: 0.5
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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
Heather Clarke, CNM, DNP. FACNM
Pre and Perinatal Psychology to Improve Birth Outcomes
Declan Devane, PhD, MSc, PgDip(Stats), BSc, DipHE, RGN, RM, RNT
Fetal monitoring, Evidence and challenges
Nell Tharpe, MS, CNM, 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
L-CERP: 1
R-CERP: 12.5
MidPLUS Points CPD: 15.5
ACNM: 15.5
Midwifery CEU: 1.5
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$95.00 USD

Infant Mental Health Lecture Pack

Sign up to access this informative add-on package that provides focused presentations from experts in the field of infant mental health. Mental health isn't just for adults! Infant mental health refers to the emotional, social and cognitive well-being of infants and young children. Infants are conscious beings and what happens to them in infancy and even in utero can have a lasting impact over their lifetime. Learn about the growing body of research that explains how health care providers can encourage positive mental development starting in infancy."

Dr. Alison Hazelbaker, PhD, IBCLC, FILCA, RCST
Infant Trauma: Impact on Breastfeeding
Kate White, MA, LMT, RCST®, CEIM, SEP
Best Practices in Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Somatic Health for Optimal Birth Outcomes
Monica Roosa Ordway, PhD, APRN, PPNP-BC, IBCLC
The First 1,000 days: Promoting Infant Mental Health
The connected baby: How understanding infant brain development changes our view of humanity
Marti Glenn, PhD, MFT
12 Guiding Principles for Nurturing Human Potential: Effects of Prenatal and Birth Experiences Over the Life Span
Presentations: 5  |  Hours / CE Credits: 5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 25/04/2017
CERP: 5
L-CERP: 1
R-CERP: 4
MidPLUS Points CPD: 5
ACNM: 5
Midwifery CEU: 0.5
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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
Galactogogues and Breastfeeding
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 25/05/2018
CERP: 6
CNE: 6
CME: 6
Dietetics CEU: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
L-CERP: 6
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$110.00 USD

Midwifery Education Bundle #1

This is a series of lectures originally presented at our 2015 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.

Maternity Care Practices and their Impact on the Microbiome
Karen H. Strange, CPM, AAP/NRP Instructor, CKC
Neonatal Transitional Physiology, Delayed Cord Clamping De-Mystified
Alys Brown, Midwife, IBCLC, RLC
Tongue-Tie: Is it or isn’t it? What it’s like to have a Tongue tied baby- from a Mother’s perspective
Sarah Buckley, M.B, Ch.B; Dip Obst
Hormonal Physiology of Childbearing
Karen H. Strange, CPM, AAP/NRP Instructor, CKC
The Baby’s Experience of Birth, and Tools for Healing and Integration
Robbie Davis-Floyd, PhD, FSfAA (Fellow of the Society for Applied Anthropology)
Daughter of Time: The Postmodern Midwife
Rachel Reed, BScHons Midwifery, PhD
Placental Birth
Barbara Morrison, PhD, APRN-CNM
Breastfeeding: Only Nourishment or Part of a Larger Process?
Prelabor Cesarean born babies…and all the others
From Lovers to Parents and Back Again: A Time of Shifting Sexual Identity
Presentations: 10  |  Hours / CE Credits: 10.25 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 11/12/2015
CERP: 10.25
L-CERP: 3.25
R-CERP: 7
Midwifery CEU: 1
ACNM: 10
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$155.00 USD

Midwifery Conference 2017

This is a series of lectures originally presented at our 2017 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.

Soo Downe, BA(Hons), RM, MSc, PhD, OBE
“Any colour as long as it is rose-tinted’’: the meaning of informed choice when women don’t have access to evidence based care provision
Illysa Foster, M.Ed, LPA
Ethical Practice: Boundaries, Scope and Competency
Dr. Denis Walsh, RGN, RM, DPSM, MA, PGDip Ed, PhD
Rhythms in Labour: A Critical Review of Dystocia
Debra Pascali-Bonaro, B.Ed., LCCE, PDT/BDT(DONA)
Moving from Pain to Power, with Passion and Pleasure
Lesley Page, CBE, PhD, MSc, BA, RM, HFRCM, Hon DSc
Midwives with women in the world: the world of women and midwives, worlds within worlds.
Robyn Schafer, CNM, MSN, RN, EdM, IBCLC
Physiologic breastfeeding- Supporting the First Feed
Breastfeeding and Medication: how to make an evidence based decision on safety
The Loss of the Lying-In Time: How Medicine and Midwifery Abandoned Women Following Birth
Mary Sidebotham, PhD, MA, RM, RN
Sustaining practice –sustaining self: Supporting the transition to evidence based models of maternity care
Yeshi Neumann, Certified Nurse Midwife, MA, MPH
Healing from Difficult Disappointing or Traumatic Birth for Care Providers and the Women We Care For
Jenny Clarke, NHS Midwife
Skin to skin – Is it really happening?
Placenta: the Forgotten Chakra
Birth in the Era of Climate Change: Lessons learned in the Epicenter of Disasters
Presentations: 13  |  Hours / CE Credits: 13.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: June 6, 2017
CERP: 13.5
ACNM: 13.5
MidPLUS Points CPD: 13.5
R-CERP: 8.5
E-CERP: 2
L-CERP: 3
Midwifery CEU: 1.3