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Denise McGuinness, RGN, RM, IBCLC, MSc, FFNMRCSI

  • Speaker Type: GOLD Learning Day 2022 (Winter)
  • Country: Ireland
Biography:
Denise is an Assistant Professor/Lecturer in Midwifery at the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Health Systems, University College Dublin, Ireland. Denise is an experienced breastfeeding clinician working as a Clinical Midwife Specialist in Lactation at The National Maternity Hospital in Dublin for many years. Denise's interest in breastfeeding and lactation education and research include Candida, Diabetes and breastfeeding, lactation following loss of a baby and the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative. Denise has a leading role in an important research study in Ireland, The Latch On study, a multicenter RCT of perinatal support to improve breastfeeding outcomes in women with a raised BMI. Denise has developed a Professional Certificate in Breastfeeding and Lactation at University College Dublin for health care professionals, starting in January 2022. Denise is also a member of the Editorial board of ELACTA, The European Lactation Consultants Association. Denise has presented nationally and Internationally on breastfeeding and lactation and has published widely also.
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The Latest on Breastfeeding and Candida
Background: There are many factors associated with nipple and breast pain in breastfeeding women. The aetiology and management of mammary candidiasis can add additional challenges for the clinician as they endeavour to provide expert care to the breastfeeding dyad. Review: The literature was reviewed to explore the diagnosis and management of candida in the breastfeeding dyad. Findings: There remains a lack of robust evidence in the literature to support accurate diagnosis of candida. Correct treatment and avoidance of over treatment is important. Conclusion: An exploration of the differential diagnosis for nipple and breast pain is indicated for all women presenting with nipple and breast pain. Culture of breastmilk is important for women suspected of mammary candidiasis, however, analysis is not without challenges.
Presentations: 3  |  Hours / CE Credits: 3  |  Viewing Time: 6 Weeks
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