Upcoming Live Webinars

Be in the know! Connect with your colleagues and Speakers through our Live Webinars. Enjoy the same great format as our online conferences, attendees can choose to attend schedule live sessions and view recordings of the talks an unlimited number of times throughout the viewing period. Post questions to Speakers through the live Question & Answer period as well as through the private speaker monitored forums. Registration is easy, simply add the product to your cart and follow the steps.

Date: March 3, 2021, 20:00 UTC  |  Local time: , 1614801600
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What the Books Don't Teach You: Tips and Tricks for the Lactation Professional

In celebration of IBCLC Day 2021, GOLD Learning is excited to welcome Kay Hoover as she shares her brand new presentation titled What the Books Don't Teach You: Tips and Tricks for the Lactation Profe...
Kay Hoover, MEd, IBCLC, FILCA

Book and/or online learning is an important part of the education of an IBCLC, but it won’t teach you everything you need to know. Some things can only be learned through experience and sometimes parents and babies are our best teachers. In celebration of IBCLC Day 2021, this presentation will share tips and tricks for the lactation professional that are based in evidence but learned through many years of experience caring for families. Learn more about descriptive language that resonates with parents and helps them feel understood, new ideas about using lactation related equipment such as pumps and supplementers, teaching strategies and much more.

Duration: 60 min  |   CE Credits: 1 (details)  |   Recording Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Number of Seats: 1000
CERP: 1
L-CERP: 1
Date: May 5, 2021, 20:00 UTC  |  Local time: , 1620244800
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Rethinking Second Stage: Letting Baby Out Versus Getting Baby Out

In celebration of International Day of the Midwife 2021, GOLD Learning is excited to welcome Barbara Harper as she shares her new presentation titled "Rethinking Second Stage: Letting Baby Out Versus ...
Barbara Harper, RN, Midwife, CBE, BHET, KCC

Directing women to push has been commonplace in the birth room far too long. The cultural expectation of how second stage should look has infiltrated movies, TV and people’s minds. Women are constantly told when to push, when not to push, how to push, and where to push. To understand and support physiological birth we need to reconsider the assumptions upon which this practice is based and how it affects the overall experience of birth. This workshop discusses both supporting instinctive pushing during uncomplicated, physiological birth and the fact that the descent and rotation of the baby through the pelvis is directed by primitive reflexes that guide the baby into the pelvis, out of the pelvis and up the abdomen for attachment to a breast. We will examine the multidimensional and individual nature of birth physiology through photos, video and discussion.

Duration: 60 min  |   CE Credits: (details)  |   Recording Viewing Time: 4 Weeks  |   Number of Seats: 1000
ACM CPD Recognition: 1
ACNM: 1
Midwifery CEU: 0.1