GOLD Learning Speakers

Netherlands

Annet Mulder, IBCLC

  • Speaker Type: GOLD Lactation 2013, Optimizing Milk Production Lecture Pack
  • Country: Netherlands
Biography:

Annet Mulder became interested in breastfeeding when she became a mother in 2000. During and because of her own breastfeeding experiences, in 2002 she became a volunteer at the Dutch breastfeeding organisation. In 2008 she passed her exam and started working as an IBCLC in a BFHI hospital in the Netherlands. In 2011 she started her private practice. Annet has spoken on several symposia and conferences. Teaches different subjects to lactation consultants in training and is vice president at the Dutch Association of IBCLC’s. (NVL)

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Antenatal Breast Expression & Colostrum Collection
Expressing colostrum during pregnancy is a subject that is new for many lactation consultants and health care providers. Expectant women begin to produce colostrum in the latter stages of pregnancy; learning to express colostrum during pregnancy for use in the early post partum period is useful skill for all mothers, and can help them build and maintain their milk supply in the early days after childbirth. Use of prenatally collected colostrum in the early post partum period can assist infants with weight gain, help maintain blood sugar levels, and can be an important tool in avoiding temporary formula supplementation. During this session, Annet Mulder will discuss research on this topic, benefits of using this skill and when and how to teach the skill to mothers.
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Presentations: 19  |  Hours / CE Credits: 15  |  Viewing Time: 8 Weeks
Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |  Categories: Breastfeeding and Lactation
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Relactation and Induced Lactation
If a woman wants to induce their milk supply after a separation or interruption of breastfeeding, she needs support. A lot of support! There are different angles to look at; latching on again and bringing back a sufficient milk supply. But success is not guaranteed…With dedication and preparation, breast-feeding without pregnancy (induced lactation) might also be possible. Annet will discuss different options and will use her experiences with mothers in this topic.
Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |  Categories: Breastfeeding and Lactation