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The following online presentations are accredited for CNE Nursing Contact Hours and offer education for Registered Nurses (RN's) and Healthcare Providers working in the field in need of CNE Nursing Contact Hour credits for recertification and general career development.

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$265.00 USD

Lactation Conference 2018

The GOLD Lactation Online Conference is the largest annual breastfeeding conference in the world. It is an excellent 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. Explore the latest research, trends, new ideas and hot topics in the world of human lactation with the 2018 GOLD Lactation Conference!

What to Do When the Laid-back Breastfeeding Position Doesn’t Work…Self Attachment, the Flipple Technique and the Koala Hold all with a “Hands off” Approach
Breastfeeding Self-Efficacy - What is it, why is it important and how do we improve it?
Laurel Wilson, IBCLC, RLC, BSc, CLE, CCCE
Talk To Me: How Breastmilk Acts as a Communication and Gene Expression Tool Between Mother and Child
Briana Tillman, IBCLC, M. Ed, OMS-III
Nicholas Sloan, BSME, OMS-III
What a Letdown: Exploring the Physiology of the Milk Ejection Reflex
Carmela Baeza, IBCLC,MD, Family Medicine Specialist
Management of Chronic Breast Pain: Holistic Approach
Phenylketonuria and Breastfeeding: Facts, Challenges and Reality
Dianne Cassidy, MS, IBCLC, ALC, CCE
Out of the Blue: Post-Partum Mood Disorders and Breastfeeding
Human Milk: Defense Against Pathogens
Lies and Lactation Cookies: Raising the Bar for Breastfeeding Support Groups Online
Glenda Adams, RN, MSN, IBCLC
Demystifying research articles: Ten Tips for the Non-Researcher IBCLC
Playing Well with Others: Collaborating in High Conflict/Low Trust Settings
“I just really wanted to breastfeed” - The Impact of Stress on Birth & Baby Feeding in a UK Multi-Ethnic Community
Evelyne N. Ruf, MD, Dipl. Fam. Med., IBCLC
The Sharjah Baby-Friendly Campaign: A Community-Based Model for Breastfeeding Promotion, Protection and Support
Amber Valentine, MS, CCC-SLP, BCS-S, IBCLC, CNT
Lillian Scott, MS, CCC-SLP, IBCLC, CLC
Feeding Difficulties: A Look at High Risk Populations
When Breast Isn't Best: Challenges and Opportunities In Breastfeeding for Sexual Abuse Survivors
Joy MacTavish, IBCLC, RLC, MA
Weaning: Supporting Families Stopping Lactation and/or Ending Their Breastfeeding/Chestfeeding Relationship
Peer Counselors In The Hospital; Taking Your Peer Counselor Program To The Next Level
Love Makes A Family: Supporting LGBTQIA+ and Gender Non-Conforming Families
Tina Revai, RN, MN, IBCLC
The Relational Breastfeeding Framework: Time to Apply Theory
Rania Abdou, MD, IBCLC
Effect of Fenugreek Supplementation on Breast Milk
Camie Jae Goldhammer, MSW, LICSW, IBCLC
Historical Trauma, Racism and White Privilege: The Barriers to Breastfeeding Success
Paulina Erices, BS, IBCLC, RLC
Breastfeeding Advocacy through a Health Equity Lens
Dr. Frank Nice, RPh, DPA,CPHP
The Recreational Drug-Marijuana Dilemma
Felisha Floyd, BS, CLC, IBCLC
Check your “Blind” Spot, The Crisis We Are Not Talking About: Transforming Color Blindness to Racial Equity
Tamara Drenttel Brand, MA, MPH, IBCLC
Providing Culturally Sensitive Support for Breastfeeding Muslim Families
Marcda Hilaire, BA, MPH, CLC, IBCLC, RLC
Successes and Opportunities for Growth in Baby Friendly Hospital & Baby Tent Initiatives in Haiti: A Literature Review
Mihaela Nita, MD, IBCLC
From Lactation Consultant to Human Milk Banking
Nadrah A. Arifin, MBBS, MPH, IBCLC
Scaling Up Skills and Reliability of Breastfeeding Peer Counselors - 7 Years of Malaysian Experience
Presentations: 29  |  Hours / CE Credits: 25 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 05/07/2018
CERP: 25
L-CERP: 23
E-CERP: 1
R-CERP: 1
CNE: 25
Dietetics CEU: 21
Midwifery CEU: 2.5
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$75.00 USD

Mental Health in the NICU Lecture Pack

Caring for infants in the NICU involves more than just the care of the newborn. The whole family unit requires care in order to protect the mental health and wellness of infant and parents alike. The experience of having a premature or ill newborn, combined with the stress of the NICU environment, can have lasting negative effects without early intervention. Learn more about supporting the mental health of NICU families with this special package. With presentations on parental mental health, infant mental health, the mental health of NICU staff and interdisciplinary neuroprotective mental health care, this is your opportunity to expand your learning and clinical skills.

Jenene W. Craig, PhD, MBA, OTR/L, CNT
Interdisciplinary Neuroprotective Practice Standards and Perinatal Mental Health in the NICU
Cheryl A. Milford, Ed.S., Educational/Neonatal Psychologist
Caring for the Caregiver: Supporting Optimal Mental Health for NICU Staff
Kate White, MA, LMT, RCST®, CEIM, SEP
‘He Fought Like a Lion’: Using Trauma Resolution Approaches to Support Professionals and Families with Babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
Attachment and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Premature Infants: The Role of Interpersonal Neurobiology in the NICU
Presentations: 4  |  Hours / CE Credits: 4 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 02/09/2018
CERP: 4
CNE: 4
R-CERP: 4
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$155.00 USD

Neonatal Conference 2017

Originally offered 2017 at our GOLD Neonatal Conference. GOLD Neonatal provides an unique educational opportunity for healthcare professionals caring for high-risk neonates. This Lecture Bundle is appropriate for anyone working in the neonatal field, including Neonatal Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, Physicians, Neonatologists, medical and nursing students, NICU Nursing Staff, Occupational Therapists, Dieticians, Speech and Language Pathologists, Respiratory Therapists and anyone working with premature or ill newborn infants.

Dr. Nils Bergman, MB ChB, MPH, MD
Zero separation of mother and newborn: the science behind the concept
Neonatal Analgesia: A Balanced Approach
Regina Grazel, MSN, RN, BC, APN-C
Newborn Screening for Critical Congenital Heart Defects (CCHD) Using Pulse Oximetry
Sue L. Hall, MD, MSW, FAAP
Evaluation and Stabilization of the Sick Newborn
Kangaroo Mother Care now and then: 30 years of KMC clinical and research experience in a Developing Country
Inside the NICU Parent Experience: Overcoming Communication Barriers
Nancy Wight, MD, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP
Donor Human Milk and Human Milk Products in the NICU
Nicholas D. Embleton, MD, MBBS, FRCPCH, BSc
Feeding preterm babies after hospital discharge: breast-milk, fortifier, supplements and complementary foods
Dr. Raylene Philips, MD, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP
Seven Neuroprotective Core Measures: A Model for Implementing Family-Centered Developmental Care in the NICU
Michael Narvey, MD, FRCPC, FAAP
Many Different Shades of Yellow
Presentations: 10  |  Hours / CE Credits: 10.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 04/08/2017
CERP: 10.5
L-CERP: 2
R-CERP: 8.5
CNE: 10.5
CME: 10.5
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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
CME: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
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$110.00 USD

Human Milk Banking and Sharing Lecture Pack

The “Human Milk Banking and Sharing” add-on package features presentations with a focus on human milk components, milk banks and informal milk sharing. This is your opportunity to take an in depth look at the science, controversies, politics, policies and procedures surrounding providing human milk for human babies. Join speakers Aunchalee Palmquist, Naomi Bar-Yam, Marion Rice, Angela Bond, Anna Kotlinska and Briana Tillman and learn more about breast milk and the microbiome, the knowns and unknowns of human milk sharing, ethics and control over human milk and much more!

Aunchalee Palmquist, MA, PhD, IBCLC
Understanding and Addressing Breastfeeding Disparities and Human Milk Inequity in Emergencies
Anna Kotlinska, PhD Candidate, Masters of Midwifery
Human Milk Bank's in Poland
Briana Tillman, IBCLC and LLL Leader, Osteopathic Medical Student
Breast Milk and the Microbiome
Angela Bond, PhD, MS
Navigating the Knowns and Unknowns of Human Milk Sharing
Naomi Bar-Yam, PhD. ACSW
Getting Milk to Babies: Social, medical, economic and commercial forces
Marion Rice, Ed.D., IBCLC
Biological Integrity- Ethics and Control Over Human Milk
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 08/09/2017
CERP: 6
L-CERP: 5
R-CERP: 1
CNE: 6
CME: 6
Dietetics CEU: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
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$110.00 USD

Managing Challenges at the Breast Lecture Pack

“Managing Challenges at the Breast” features presentations that take a special look at conditions that can cause extra breastfeeding challenges for both the baby and the family as a whole. Deepen your knowledge and detective skills in preparation for those difficult cases that are more complicated than the usual every day breastfeeding challenges. Join Speakers Catherine Watson-Genna, Maureen Minchin, Michelle Emmanuel, Pamela Morrison, Nancy Williams and Cathy Carothers and learn more about breastfeeding and cranial nerve dysfunction, sensory integration and breastfeeding, counseling in tough situations and much more!

Maureen Minchin, BA(Hons), MA (Melb), TSTC
Infant Feeding and Allergy Realities
Managing Low Weight Gain in the Exclusively Breastfed Baby
Michelle Emanuel, OTR/L, CIMI, CST, NBCR, RYT 200
Breastfeeding and Cranial Nerve Dysfunction – the what, who and why of Cranial Nerve Dysfunction in the newborn to precrawling baby
Nancy Williams, MA, Marriage and Family Therapist, CCE, IBCLC
Sensory Integration and Breastfeeding
Lactation Support for Infant Biomedical Challenges
Cathy Carothers, BLA, IBCLC, FILCA
Dealing with the tough ones: Counseling in difficult situations
Presentations: 6  |  Hours / CE Credits: 6 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 08/09/2017
CERP: 6
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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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$225.00 USD

Perinatal Conference 2018

Originally offered in 2018 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 Return of Breastsleeping: Humankind’s Oldest and Most Successful Sleep and Feeding Arrangement
Breastfeeding a Baby with t21 (Down Syndrome)
Karen H. Strange, CPM, AAP/NRP Instructor, CKC
The 5 Most Common Failures in Neonatal Resuscitation
The Science of Infant Feeding: New Research on Gut Development, Microbiome, and Risk of Allergy
Integrating Normality and Risk in U.S. Maternity Care, Emphasis on “Care”
Caroline F. Conneen, FNP-BC, R.D., IBCLC
Skin to Skin Care: Beyond the NICU
Liz Stokes, JD, MA, RN
Balancing Beneficence, and Prevention of Harm When Caring for Pregnant Women with Substance Use Disorder
Bringing Fatherhood Forward
Alexia Leachman, Therapeutic Coach
How to Prepare Women for a Fear Free Childbirth
Lori J. Isenstadt, IBCLC, CCE, CBD
Breastfeeding Class - What's the point?
Sarah Rhoads, PhD, DNP, WHNP-BC
Utilizing Connected Health Technology and Telehealth to Improve Perinatal Access and Quality in Rural Areas
Preparation for Parenthood
Nell Tharpe, MS CNM, CRNFA, FACNM
Physiologic Birth and Social Determinants of Health
Prabha S. Chandra, MD, FRCPsych, FRCPE, FAMS
Suicide and Self Harm in the Perinatal Period
Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders: Essential Clinical Skills
Presentations: 15  |  Hours / CE Credits: 15.5 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 8 Weeks  |   Added: 22/12/2018
CERP: 15.5
L-CERP: 4.25
R-CERP: 11.25
CNE: 15.5
CME: 15.5
Midwifery CEU: 1.5
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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
Dietetics CEU: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
L-CERP: 6
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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
microbiome
$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
CNE: 6
Midwifery CEU: 0.6
ACNM: 6
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$75.00 USD

Breastfeeding in the NICU Lecture Pack

Breastmilk and breastfeeding are of particular importance for premature or ill neonates. Receiving human milk provides infants with the best chance of longterm health and wellness, but providing the right kind of support requires specialized knowledge. Learn more about the unique challenges of promoting, protecting and supporting breastfeeding in the NICU with this special package. With presentations on the whys and hows of using banked human milk, supporting breastfeeding in the late preterm infant, transitioning to the breast and best practices for breastfeeding in the NICU, this is your opportunity to expand your learning and clinical skills.

Nastassia K. Davis, DNP (c), MSN, RNC-MNN, IBCLC
Navigating Pathways to Breastfeeding Success in the Late Preterm Infant
Kathleen Marinelli, MD, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP
Best Practices to Support Breastfeeding in Neonatal Intensive Care
Naomi Bar-Yam, PhD. ACSW
The Whys and Hows of Using Banked Donor Milk
Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC, FILCA
Transitioning the Preterm Infant to the Breast
Presentations: 4  |  Hours / CE Credits: 4 (details)  |   Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Added: 27/06/2018
CERP: 4
E-CERP: 1
L-CERP: 3
CNE: 4