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Online Courses

Each session is a recording of a previous General Education Meeting. Participation in video recordings, handouts, and

an evaluation are all required to receive

1.0, 1.5 or 2.0 CERPs/CEUs

per session. 

For questions, please email courses@iebreastfeeding.org

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With Kayellen Young, IBCLC

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBCLE CERP areas: Pathology and Physiology & Endocrinology 

with Reka Morvay, IBCLC

Objectives:

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBCLE CERP areas: Development & Nutrition, Techniques and Clinical Skills

with Christine Staricka, BS, IBCLC, RLC, FILC, The Lactation Training Lab

Objectives:

 1. Identify 3 practices to teach mothers and parents of preterm infants which reflect family-centered care.

2. Describe 3 sensory experience techniques to enhance milk expression and improve the experience of expressing milk for mothers and parents of preterm infants.

3. Name 3 ways that lactation care providers can contribute to a developmentally supportive transition from the NICU to home for preterm dyads.

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Psychology, Sociology & Anthropology and Clinical Skills

with Yvonne McCombs, Lauren Stop, and Kristina Morris

Objectives:

1. A Grieving Mothers' journey-Due to the sensitive nature of those who have experienced loss or have endured the effects of someone they love who has, participants will be able to understand how to hold space for someone to share their story with. What they should/should not say, different ways to be of assistance and how to be present

2. A Grieving Mother- The understanding that we all heal and grieve in different ways and not to compare the two. Allowing Grace to grieve in your own way.

3. A Grieving Mother's healing-Learning to acknowledge mothers even if their children are not earthside. Participants will understand more of the mothers journey and how to ensure her and her baby/babies are included and the proper language is identified and used when encountering a mother who has experienced a loss.

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Psychology, Sociology & Anthropology and Clinical Skills

with Trina, CLEC & Breastfeeding Specialist

Objectives:

The meaning of weaning (different stages, definition etc), What to expect (Hormonal shift, mood changes etc), How to support breastfeeding moms during the weaning process (tips, suggestions, etc)

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/2 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Psychology, Sociology & Anthropology and Clinical Skills

With Kristina Morris

Objectives:

Dive deep and identify the History of our "WHY", Explain how trauma runs beyond, Describe what current day support looks like.

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/2 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Clinical Skills 

With Tammy Titus, BSN, RN, IBCLC

Objectives: Overview of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Overview of the newly released Guidelines and Evaluation Criteria-6th Edition which includes a focus on safety, equity communication, and competence. Describe the most significant changes to step 2

2 L-CERPs/CEUs/2 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Pathology and Techniques

With Kristen Davis, IBCLC

Objectives: IBCLC Assessment, Who is the Habilitation Team, Teaching Oral Exercises

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Psychology, Sociology & Anthropology and Pharmacology & Toxicology

With Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA

-Describe the three components of the stress response and the impact of the immune system on mothers’ mental health

-Identify the factors that contribute to inflammation in new mothers

-Describe the role of breastfeeding and standard treatments for depression in lowering inflammation and downregulating the stress response

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Clinical Skills

With Julia Bourg, BSN, RN, IBCLC

Understand breastfeeding/ lactation support competencies as defined by current Baby Friendly and California Model Policy guidance. Identify effective ways to implement and validate lactation skills-based competency. Learn steps and resources that will aide in developing and implementing a sustainable hospital or organizational training plan.

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBCLE CERP areas: Physiology & Endocrinology and Techniques 

With Christine Staricka, BS, IBCLC, CE, FILCA

The learner will be able to identify three key pieces of information needed to assess milk production in a lactating person. The learner will be able to describe three practices which support normal/optimal milk production. The learner will be able to explain two interventions which can positively impact milk production without the use of tools or devices, including appropriate referrals to other resources.

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Clinical Skills

With Karolina Ochoa. She will share how she started at a local Pediatric Office and how you can do the same.

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Techniques and Equipment & Technology

Examine different reasons for pumping breast-milk and how to determine the best approach to care for the pumping parent. Identify the importance of an inclusive approach and respecting parent's own goals and values

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBCLE CERP areas: Psychology, Sociology & Anthropology and Clinical Skills

Learn about those early experiences families face that can cause challenges to the breastfeeding dyad. 

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Clinical Skills and Pharmacology & Toxicology

Learn about Colostrum Harvesting and using the SMART tool for supplementation. 

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBCLE CERP areas: Development & Nutrition and Clinical Skills

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

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Clinical Skills

Talking Points:

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

1.5 L-CERPs/CEUs/1.0 BRN CEU

IBLCE CERP areas: Psychology, Sociology & Anthropology and Clinical Skills

Talking Points:

1. Put them Down: How to Move Through Biases

2. Lactation Options for Lesbian Partners

3. Building Community Support & Resources

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