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Translating Knowledge Into Practice: Creating Effective Lactation Care Plans Lecture Pack

A lactation care plan serves several purposes. It provides the client with reminders about what was discussed during the visit with their care provider, what steps they should be following at home and when to follow up. For the care provider, the care plan helps to document care and also serves as a means to encourage collaboration and continuity of care. In short, an effective care plan is an essential tool for lactation professionals.

This package provides a focused look at common clinical situations and each presentation provides a detailed look at how to put a plan in place, when to follow up and how to adjust the care plan as things evolve. With speakers such as Melissa Cole, Barbara Robertson, Jacquline Kincer and Karolina Ocha along with topics such as Breastfeeding Families and Complicated Mastitis, Walking with NICU Families Through Their Infant Feeding Journey, Care Plan Design for Treating Infant Oral Dysfunction and much more, this package is not to be missed!

$110.00 USD
Total CE Hours: 6.00   Access Time: 4 Weeks  
Lectures in this bundle (6):
Duration: 60 mins
Melissa Cole, MS, IBCLC, RLC
Common Infant Digestive Health Concerns and Useful Support Strategies
U.S.A. Melissa Cole, MS, IBCLC, RLC

Melissa Cole is a board-certified lactation consultant, neonatal oral-motor assessment professional and clinical herbalist in private practice. Melissa is passionate about providing comprehensive, holistic lactation support and improving the level of clinical lactation skills for health professional. She enjoys researching and writing, especially on topics such tongue tie and botanical medicine.

Her bachelor’s degree is in maternal/child health and lactation and her master’s degree is in therapeutic herbalism. Before pursuing her current path, Melissa’s background was in education and cultural arts, which has served her well in her work as a lactation consultant and healthcare educator. She loves living, working and playing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest with her 3 children.

Objective 1: Describe how the GI tract develops.

Objective 2: Identify infant stooling patterns and concerns.

Objective 3: Identify care plan ideas for infants coping with digestive issues

U.S.A. Melissa Cole, MS, IBCLC, RLC
Abstract:

This session will focus on common concerns regarding infant digestive health and useful support strategies that care providers can incorporate into their work with families. We will discuss what's normal and what's not in regard to stooling, spit up/reflux, colic/fussiness, food sensitivities, and more. Many parents are coping with babies that are uncomfortable and unhappy due to digestive health concerns. Dealing with a fussy, uncomfortable baby is emotionally and physically draining. Having a basic understanding of infant gut health and care strategies can be useful tools for any type of practitioner working with infants.

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Duration: 60 mins
Patricia Díaz Lorenzo, MD, Pediatrician, IBCLC, Doula
Breastfeeding Beyond All Obstacles: Breastfeeding Families and Complicated Mastitis
Venezuela Patricia Díaz Lorenzo, MD, Pediatrician, IBCLC, Doula

Dr. Patricia Díaz Lorenzo is passionate about accompanying Women and Families through their Conscious and Connected gestational, birthing and parenting journeys. She is a trained Pediatrician, IBCLC and Doula.

She graduated as a Surgeon physician and Pediatric Specialist from the Central University of Venezuela, at the main Children’s Hospital of the country; JM de los Ríos.

She is a member of the American Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine (ABM) and the International Lactation Consultant Association (ILCA). She trained as a Doula at the Auroramadre Center in Venezuela and is a national and International speaker.

With more than a decade of experience, Dr. Patricia Diaz, strongly advocates for Human Lactation Education at her private practice in Venezuela at the Department of Pediatrics in La Trinidad Medical Teaching Center, where she co-designed the Respectful Birthing Protocol (to honor the Sacred Hour, Skin to Skin and Rooming in; and most recently updated protocols alongside the Neonatology Department, to adjust it for COVID19) and also through her social media platform Pediatría Autana (Tree of Life).

As Pediatria Autana’s director she designs educational tools for Parents and Caregivers, Families and Teachers, in the most innovative formats and adjusted to their needs in Lactation related topics.

Objective 1: Identify key risk factors for Inflammatory and Infectious mastitis, within a Breastfeeding history.

Objective 2: Understand the importance of time sensitive and lactation preserving approaches, to accurate diagnose infectious mastitis.

Objective 3: Learn lactation preserving interventions, for the treatment of Infectious mastitis and complicated mastitis.

Objective 4: Recognize the importance of a multidisciplinary team or timely referral, to efficiently diagnose and treat complicated mastitis, and preserve or recuperate a breastfeeding history.

Venezuela Patricia Díaz Lorenzo, MD, Pediatrician, IBCLC, Doula
Abstract:

Breastfeeding is a human act, typical of our species and as biopsychosocial beings, it is surrounded by obstacles inherent to the experience and determined by our environment.

Breastfeeding in western societies is challenging under normal circumstances; when everything goes as expected. However, in cases where complications such as abscessed mastitis arise, which seem to be the maximum expression of everything that can go wrong in a breastfeeding history: pain, frustration, surgical interventions, use of antibiotics, slow weight gain, etc ; It is where the medical indication to do without breastfeeding frequently arises, as if it were just a practice that could be easily replaced by another feeding method.

In this presentation you will learn the expanded perspective, the challenges and fears of a family that breastfed, through complicated mastitis and managed to restore their Lactation history, through the informed accompaniment of a pro-lactation team of obstetrician and IBCLC pediatrician.

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Duration: 60 mins
Barbara Robertson, BA, MA, IBCLC, RLC
The Baby's Not Gaining Weight! Now What?
USA Barbara Robertson, BA, MA, IBCLC, RLC

Barbara D. Robertson, IBCLC, has been involved in education for over 31 years.

She received a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education in 1988 and her Master’s in Education in 1995. Barbara left teaching elementary students in 1995 to raise her two children. Barbara is now the Director of The Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor. Barbara has developed a 90-hour professional lactation training, many professional book groups with the authors, a 20-hour course which fulfills the "Baby Friendly" education requirements, and is a speaker for hire on a wide variety of topics including Motivational Interviewing. Barbara volunteered for the United States Lactation Consultation Association as the Director of Professional Development for 4 and a half years. She just retired as Associate Editor for Clinical Lactation, a journal she helped create for USLCA.

Barbara has free podcasts, a blog, and YouTube videos which can all be found on her website bfcaa.com. She is the author of many articles on lactation. She loves working with mothers and babies, helping them with breastfeeding problems in whatever way she can.

Objective 1: The participant will be able to identify 5 ways of confirming good milk transfer.

Objective 2: The participant will be able to calculate how much supplement is appropriate if the infant does need calories.

Objective 3: The participant will be able to assess if lack of weight gain is caused by the infant, the parent or a combination of both and help the family create a plan that will help move them toward their breastfeeding goals while making sure the infant is well fed.

USA Barbara Robertson, BA, MA, IBCLC, RLC
Abstract:

Helping families determine if an infant is gaining weight appropriately in the first months after birth is an important part of a lactation consultants work. Being able to assess for the signs of a healthy, well-fed infant is critical to this work. If an infant is not gaining appropriately, calculating how much extra food the infant needs to grow properly, what this infant will be fed, identifying why this is happening, and providing possible solutions allows families to work on preserving breastfeeding while improving the breastfeeding relationship.

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Duration: 60 mins
Karolina Ochoa, BSN, IBCLC
Putting a Plan in Place for Pumping
USA Karolina Ochoa, BSN, IBCLC

Karolina Ochoa is a Mother-Baby nurse, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, speaker, and researcher. She has close to a decade of experience in serving breastfeeding families in both in-patient and outpatient settings. Karolina currently runs a successful Private Practice in the Inland Empire, California and she is a CEO of LactationHub.

Her areas of emphasis are clinical management of lactation, behavioral feeding aversions, as well as implementation and management of lactation programs in different healthcare settings. Karolina is passionate about addressing the inequality in access to lactation professionals across the US. She is a big advocate of extended maternity leave for all parents.

Karolina lives with her husband Julio and two lively toddlers in Redlands, CA

Objective 1: Examine different reasons for pumping breast-milk and how to determine the best approach to care for the pumping parent.

Objective 2: Identify the importance of an inclusive approach and respecting parent's own goals and values.

Objective 3: Determine correct flange size depending on nipple size and elasticity.

Objective 4: Evaluate the emotional toll of triple feeding and how that affects long-term breastfeeding outcomes.

Objective 5: Develop skills for supporting parents who choose to Exclusively Pump.

USA Karolina Ochoa, BSN, IBCLC
Abstract:

Pumping can be a choice or a necessity and the role of Lactation Professionals is to meet the parents where they are at. There are endless reasons for parents to use a breast pump, including prematurity, maternal-infant separation, low milk supply, return to work. Pumping can also be a choice for parents that do not wish to directly latch their baby, called Exclusive Pumping. Pumping parents deserve the same kind of evidence-based care as their exclusively breastfeeding counterparts but are often marginalized. During this workshop, you will learn how to best support a pumping parent: the importance of proper flange sizing, pumping schedules, exclusive pumping, the emotional toll of triple feeding, and how to help parents set realistic goals based on their own values.

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Duration: 60 mins
Maxine Scringer-Wilkes, RN, BN, MN, IBCLC
Walking with NICU Families Through Their Infant Feeding Journey
Canada Maxine Scringer-Wilkes, RN, BN, MN, IBCLC

Maxine graduated with a nursing degree followed later on by her Master of Nursing in 2017 both from the University of Calgary. Maxine was a public health nurse in Calgary for 13 years, where providing face to face contacts with new families soon after discharge is a standard of care. Most families named feeding challenges as their biggest concern. In turn, Maxine developed a passion for lactation support, worked towards and attained the International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant designation, in order to assist families to reach their feeding goals.

In 2016, Maxine made the transition from public health to acute care where she currently works in all areas of a large Children’s hospital to support dyads with a myriad of lactation concerns but is primarily in the NICU. Maxine’s responsibilities includes orienting new staff to teaching a provincial lactation education within a team. Maxine is passionate about sharing knowledge with aspiring LCs and is a mentor to many. Maxine participates on numerous committees to update lactation and feeding policies, procedures and documents. Furthermore, she volunteers on provincial and national breastfeeding committees.

Objective 1: Identify key moments in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit when feeding goals are examined.

Objective 2: Identify ways to support parents during feeding progression with breast and/or bottle feeding.

Objective 3: Describe ways to support infants during feeding progression with breast and/or bottle feeding.

Objective 4: Discuss the steps towards full oral feeding.

Canada Maxine Scringer-Wilkes, RN, BN, MN, IBCLC
Abstract:

To graduate from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) infants are required to be adequate feeders. Feeding is a learned skill for NICU babies that is expected to “be there in waiting” after a long medical and or surgical admission. Effective feeding and subsequent weight gain in the NICU are the measures and skill to which a discharge ticket home is granted. Feeding can sometimes be overlooked in regards to its role in infant well being and parental confidence. Infants are admitted to surgical level 3 NICUs for many reasons, including prematurity, necrotising enterocolitis, intestinal perforations, gastroschisis, duodenal atresia, omphaloceles, therapeutic hypothermia, seizures, and oesophageal atresia /fistulas including genetic or metabolic abnormalities. Many of these illnesses have a very long course toward healing and recovery before oral feeding is introduced.

Lactation Consultants in the NICU are well positioned to ensure support of the family and medical team along the way, to optimize successful oral feeding upon discharge home.

This talk will look at some of the ways that parental presence and mom’s milk is therapeutic in the NICU, and how the progression of breastfeeding can be the ticket to going home.

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Duration: 60 mins
Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC, CSOM
Care Plan Design for Treating Infant Oral Dysfunction
USA Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC, CSOM

Jacqueline Kincer is the founder of Holistic Lactation, a private lactation practice & herbal supplement company based in Phoenix, Arizona. She's also the host of the popular podcast Breastfeeding Talk: Milk. Motherhood. Mindset. Jacqueline is trained as a Lactation Consultant and Orofacial Myologist, focusing her practice on facilitating functional breastfeeding for babies with orofacial challenges.

Objective 1:You will discover what type of plan to create and implement based on the age and current sucking issues of the infant.

Objective 2: You will learn how to know if the care plan you’ve created is working, as well as how to make adjustments when it isn’t working.

Objective 3: You will learn how to facilitate a partnership with your clients to implement the plan and follow-up with you throughout the course of treatment.

USA Jacqueline Kincer, IBCLC, CSOM
Abstract:

Developing a step-by-step care plan is arguably the most important part of patient care. Without it, necessary treatments may be neglected. As lactation providers, it is our role to set proper expectations for our clients, as well as measure clinical improvement and patient outcomes. When working with infants that struggle with sucking or other oral function issues, there is a process and a timeline we can put together that will guide the care we are giving. In this presentation you will learn how to provide guidance to your clients as you help them work through their infant’s oral function challenges.

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Accreditation


ACM CPD Hours
This is an Australian College of Midwives CPD Endorsed Activity. This program is approved for 6 ACM CPD Hours.

ACNM CEUs
This program is approved for 6 hours of education by the American College of Nurse Midwives. This credit is applicable to Nurse-Midwives, Certified Midwives, Registered Nurses. May be accepted by other certifying bodies.

CERPs - Continuing Education Recognition Points
GOLD Learning is designated as a Long Term Provider of CERPs by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE) -- Approval #CLT114-07. This activity is approved for 6 L-CERPs.

Dietetic CPEUs - Dietetic Continuing Professional Education Units
Applicable to Dieticians & Nutritionists. This program has been approved for 6 Dietetic CPEUs by the Commission on Dietetic Registration - The credentialing agency for Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.

Midwifery CEUs (MEAC Schools)
Applicable to NARM Certified Professional Midwives and those who require MEAC Certified Education. This program is approved for 0.6 MEAC CEUs by the Midwifery Education Accreditation Council. Please note that 0.1 MEAC CEU is equivalent to 1 NARM CEU.

Nursing CEUs - Nursing Contact Hours
This nursing continuing professional development activity was approved by American Nurses Association Massachusetts, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation, for 6 Nurse Contact Hours. Contact hours will be valid through to 02/24/2023.

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Viewing Time: 4 Weeks

Tags / Categories

Breastfeeding Strategies for the Preterm Infant, Breastfeeding Support, Crying, Colic, Fussy Baby, Mastitis & Breast Infections, Pumping & Milk Expression, Supporting Sucking Skills, The Newborn Microbiome

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