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Patricia Díaz Lorenzo, MD, Pediatrician, IBCLC, Doula

  • Speaker Type: Translating Knowledge Into Practice: Creating Effective Lactation Care Plans Lecture Pack 2021
  • Country: Venezuela
Biography:

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.

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Breastfeeding Beyond All Obstacles: Breastfeeding Families and Complicated Mastitis
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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