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CONF 2015 - Professional Lactation Education

This session examines the 30-year history of the IBCLC profession and its continued growth amidst an explosion of lactation-related research and support organizations. The presenter also offers insights into how knowing our history helps support the future development of the profession.

Credit: 1 L CERP and 1 Contact Hour

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WEBINAR - New Notions in Nursing: How Parents Are Breastfeeding Outside the Box

Traditional definitions of breastfeeding revolve around a mother birthing her baby and then exclusively feeding that child at her breast for the first half year of her baby’s life.  For many families, breastfeeding according to this definition just isn’t possible.  But that doesn’t mean breastfeeding isn’t possible.  It just means we must re-define breastfeeding – expanding what it means to breastfeed in order to meet the growing and changing needs of today’s families.  When we allow “breastfeeding” to become nursing, chestfeeding, finger-feeding, and certain ways of bottle-feeding, more parents can breastfeed and more babies can be breastfed.  When we allow “breastfeeding” to mean receiving all, some, or no milk at all from baby’s mother, more parents can breastfeed and more babies can be breastfed.  When we allow “breastfeeding” to involve non-gestational mothers, fathers, gestational carriers, relatives, friends, and sometimes even strangers, more parents can breastfeed and more babies can be breastfed. This isn’t just theory: real parents are re-defining breastfeeding every day.

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WEBINAR - Using breastmilk to assess the risk of developing breast cancer

Breastmilk, the ideal nourishment for the infant, also offers an unparalleled opportunity to examine the health of a woman’s breast tissue. Recent research shows that the cells naturally present in human milk may provide actionable information about an individual woman’s risk of developing breast cancer. This presentation focuses on recent and ongoing studies aimed at developing novel methods to assess breast cancer risk using human milk.

Credit: 1 L CERP and 1 Contact Hour

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