Early Lactation Care Workshop
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ICEA Workshops are granted 16 ICEA approved contact hours.
If current ICEA Certified Childbirth Educators or Doulas attend any of the listed workshops for recertification purposes, then the workshop will fulfill the ENTIRE recertification requirement of 24 ICEA contact hours.
This is a 1 ½ day workshop with didactic and interactive information, videos and offers 10.5 nursing and ICEA contact hours. Topics discussed include- benefits of breastfeeding, correct latch, feeding frequency and duration, the role of skin to skin care, breastfeeding in special circumstances, maternal and newborn concerns, maintaining lactation when mother and infant are separated, The Baby Friendly Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding, breastfeeding teaching strategies.
Workshop objectives are:
1.Describe the anatomy and physiology of lactation
2.Explore the hormones which support lactation
3..Demonstrate correct latch and positioning
4. Discuss the importance of skin to skin care
5.Identify normal newborn feeding patterns
6.Discuss the request and supply process
7.Describe the support for the initiation of breastfeeding
8.Describe nursing interventions for common early concerns
9.Discuss expression when separated from the baby
10.Discuss breastfeeding in special circumstances
May 2-3, 2017, Chicago, IL
Early Lactation Workshop
Michelle Hardy, MS, ICEA Approved Trainer for Childbirth Education/Birth Doula/Postpartum Doula
Register online: http://mtmtraining.info/registerfortraining.html
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Phone: (414) 446-7107