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GOLD Learning Education News

International Day of the Midwife 2022 is coming up on May 5 and we invite you to celebrate and learn with us at our FREE webinar! We’ll be coming together with the international birth community for an inspiring and info-packed educational event with Jenny Patterson, PhD, RM, BM, BSc. hons.

You can find all the details and reserve your FREE seat here: 

During “Secondary Traumatic Stress in Midwives”, Jenny will be sharing important information from her PhD research. We’ll hear all about the risk of trauma for midwives as well as the impact this can then have on their interactions with families in their care. Jenny will address the ways the pandemic has increased stress levels and has led to even greater risk for midwives. She’ll also shed light on the ways ensuring care providers are supported and empowered leads to optimal maternity care interactions.

We’ll hear this presentation live at 6pm GMT / 5pm UTC / 1pm EDT / 10am PDT on May 5, 2022 and registration also includes 4 weeks of on-demand access to the recording.

We look forward to celebrating International Day of the Midwife with you!

GOLD Lactation 2022 is your opportunity to join speakers and colleagues from around the world for the most up-to-date education! Join us online until June 30, 2022 as we explore the biggest topics, newest trends, and most current clinical skills in the field of lactation.

Early Bird registration is now open: 

Join the GOLD Lactation Community!

Each year, 4500+ international healthcare professionals join us for this interactive and industry-leading event. Our 2022 conference brings you 27 expert speakers with a wide variety of highly-anticipated topics. Brand new interactive features take your conference experience to the next level, and our live and on-demand format gives plenty of flexibility for your busy schedule.

You can look forward to learning about collaborative care, the microbiome, feeding support for parents with disabilities, the WHO Code, lactation after bariatric surgery, eating disorders, and so much more! Enjoy up to 29.5 hours of accredited education from work, home, or on the go. 

Our Keynote webinars “Low Milk Production Detective Work: Assessment and Care Plan Considerations” on April 4 (presentation now available online for veiwing) and “Fitting Flanges for Pumping: Rethinking Sizes and Materials” on May 9 are both free public events, so invite your friends and colleagues to learn along with you! 

In addition to the main conference, our four add-on lecture packs offer an exciting opportunity to customize your learning and focus on key areas of your continuing education. Pick one or more lecture packs and get ready to enhance your understanding of infant sucking skills, parent-centered lactation care, the forward movement of the field of lactation, and critical thinking skills.

We look forward to seeing you online soon for all the inspiring moments of learning and connection!

We’re getting ready to celebrate IBCLC Day 2022! Come join us live on March 2 for this FREE webinar as we recognize the important role of IBCLCs around the world.

Find all the details and register here: 

Andrea Herron, RN, MN, CPNP, IBCLC will be presenting her fascinating presentation “‘Spirited’ or Calm: How Temperament Impacts Breastfeeding/Chestfeeding and Parenting”. She’ll share her insights on what can happen when infant behaviours are misread or inappropriately responded to. Come learn all about the nine classic temperament traits and “goodness of fit”. We’ll also be looking at real-life applications of this knowledge as we work through case study examples.

Registration includes access to the two live presentations of this webinar, plus 4 weeks of access to the recording. 1 L-CERP is available upon completion! Download the speaker handout, bring your questions right to our speaker during the live Question & Answer session, and connect with your colleagues from around the world!

We look forward to seeing you online soon as we celebrate the work and dedication of IBCLCs!

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