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Robin Glass, MS, OTR/L, IBCLC

  • Speaker Type: GOLD Neonatal 2018
  • Country: USA

Robin Glass, MS, OTR, IBCLC practices occupational therapy at Seattle Children's Hospital in Seattle, WA. Her clinical specialty is the treatment of infants, both as hospital inpatients and outpatients with a strong focus on feeding issues. She is NDT trained and a Board Certified Lactation Consultant, with extensive national and international experience speaking about the infant feeding. Robin holds a clinical faculty appointment at the University of Washington in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine. She has authored numerous journal articles as well as the book with her co-author Lynn Wolf, Feeding and Swallowing Disorders in Infancy: Assessment and Management. She was a recipient of the National Association of Neonatal Therapists (NANT) Pioneer Award in 2015.

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Helping Premature Babies Learn to Breastfeed: We Can Do It!
Learning to breastfeed is the optimal and ideal method of feeding for any baby. For the baby born prematurely, however, there are factors related to the infant, to the environment and to the mother that can make this process more challenging. Many mother-baby dyads often leave the NICU not fully breastfeeding and continue to struggle once at home. This presentation will describe systematic, evidence based approaches to developing breastfeeding in the premature infant. It will review developmental and co-morbid factors affecting the infant’s feeding acquisition. A model pathway to develop breastfeeding will be outlined and this can serve as a template for varying NICU’s.
Presentations: 11  |  Hours / CE Credits: 11.5  |  Viewing Time: 8 Weeks
Hours / CE Credits: 1 (details)  |  Categories: Breastfeeding Strategies for the Preterm Infant