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Learn about milk banking and the safety and quality controls used in non-profit milk banking
Hear about how human milk use in the smallest babies can be lifesaving.
Think about how we can work together in our region to drive milk donation and reach the goal of universal donor milk use in California’s NICUs
1. Identify the trends specific to obstetrical care in the hospital in 2020.
2. Participants will be able to identify the benefit of undergoing external assessment of Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) practices
1. Put them Down: How to Move Through Biases
2. Lactation Options for Lesbian Partners
3. Building Community Support & Resources
Explore diverse perspectives of how transitioning into motherhood may impact families
Learn to identify symptoms of perinatal mental health disorders and be exposed to strategies to plan for health, resilience and coping.
Learn how to inspire empathetic collaboration and village building in peers and colleagues to address systemic challenges that impact breastfeeding rates and inequitable birth outcomes.
Review the updated guidance on Mother-Neonate contact and breastfeeding/pumping during a hospital stay in Symptomatic PUI and COVID-19 positive mothers
Recognize the importance of Maternal Autonomy in the medical decision-making process
Discuss ways to address breastfeeding-related anxieties and fears of COVID-19 positive mothers and support breastfeeding post-hospital discharge
Summarize the available information on the COVID-19 vaccine and breastfeeding
Review procedures for benign breast masses and breast cancer and the impact on lactation. Describe different types of breast reduction techniques, breast augmentation procedures, and nipple eversion/inversion procedures how these may impact lactation. Discuss congenital anatomic variations of the breast
Explain transgender chest-contouring “top surgery” and how patients may experience variable lactation experiences after this procedure.
During this fascinating course designed specifically for Lactation Professionals in all clinical settings, you will explore the basics of Motivational Interviewing, master the powerful tools to enhance your patient communication, learn how to replace traditional approach of “advice giving” with “reflective listening” and in effect, greatly improve your patient outcomes.
1.5 L Cerps
By the end of this course participants will be able to: Identify the trends specific to obstetrical care in the hospital in 2020. Summarize changes to the care of the mother and newborn that have taken place in the past decade. Recognize the recent changes in hospital care due to the pandemic of Covid 19 and the potential effects on mother, baby and family.
1.5 L Cerps
By the end of this course participants will be able to: Recount three historical facts about lactating people, Identify two suitable solutions for black lactating people and Understand the difference between being an ally, an accomplice, and a co-conspirator.
2 L Cerps
By the end of this course participants will be able to: list 3 herbs to increase milk production, list 3 herbs to decrease milk. production, describe the current recommendation regarding marijuana use for breastfeeding women, and describe 3 considerations when evaluating the use of herbs in lactation mothers.
2 L Cerps
Inland Empire Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative vision is to promote maternal and family mental health by raising awareness, decreasing stigma and providing effective resources for women experiencing perinatal mood disorders.
2 L Cerps
Participants will discuss signs and symptoms of lactation issues when not medically diagnosed, address how lack of emotional maternal support can affect the mother's coping abilities and explore options available for treatment locally.
2 L Cerps
Participants will list three types of professionals that are able to bill for breastfeeding, review if your agency is part of an FQHC or has a CPSP Program. Identify the next steps for your agency to generate revenue for breastfeeding, and the current generation of mothers and three specific learning needs.
2 L Cerps
Learn who and what SLP’s do with infants and young children and how they impact breastfeeding for patients. Also, discuss what therapies and assessment they provide that support or require support from SLP’s
1.5 L CEU/1 BRN
Learn to understand the different types of differences and disabilities that impact breastfeeding. How to describe the challenges that lactating people with various differences and disabilities face during their breastfeeding process. Learn about adaptations to the environment to assist the lactating person. Discuss support systems for lactation success.