Human Milk & Breastfeeding: Translating Research to Practice
This program has limited seating. Once capacity is reached, registrants will have the option to join the wait list. Should an opening become available an email notification will be sent to the next person on the list informing them to complete their registration.
This program provides 7.0 Social Work Contact Hours and has been approved by the The Commission of Case Manager Certification to provide board certified case managers with 7.25 clock hours.
- Course Information
Registration and Continental Breakfast
Welcome and Introduction - Understanding the Landscape of Breastfeeding in the U.S.
Breaking Down the Barriers to Breastfeeding: Addressing Support & Cultural Issues
Helping Families Make an Informed Decision
Pump Early, Pump Often-Maximizing Milk Supply for the Pump Dependent Mother
Oral Care, Optimization of Human Milk and Donor Milk
Transition to Breast and Strategies for Late Preterm Infants
Questions and Evaluations