Advanced Issues in Lactation Practice: Advanced Nurse Lactation Consultant (ANLC) and Advanced Lactation Consultant (ALC) Certif
Who should attend?
Nurses, lactation consultants and counselors, midwives, physicians, doulas, childbirth educators, volunteer breastfeeding helpers, speech/language/occupational therapists WIC breastfeeding and nutrition staff.
This interactive course provides IBCLCs and CLCs with the opportunity to earn advanced certification in lactation management while verifying the insight, knowledge and skills essential to the development and implementation of management strategies for complex problems related to breastfeeding and human lactation. Participants will examine cases, and develop management strategies using knowledge of psychology, sociology, infant development, gender studies, professional interrelations and ethics. Purpose, Objectives and Criteria for Successful Course Completion are available
Join USLCA in the Hill Country to Refresh, Renew, and Revitalize your clinical practice
This national conference will take place in the Texas Hill Country in San Antonio, Texas May 4-6, 2017. Plans are underway to bring you a high quality, affordable, and valuable conference while ILCA goes out of the country.
To meet IBLCE’s exam requirements, this comprehensive
course covers all 7 knowledge areas and 11 chronological
periods of the IBLCE Detailed Content Outline. You’ll
learn to apply concepts and principles to situations that are
commonly encountered on the IBLCE Detailed Content
Outline and in real-life clinical practice. You’ll gain a solid
foundation to prepare for the current exam as well as the
knowledge and skills to deliver the highest-quality evidence-
This one-of-a-kind course combines in-person seminars
and online study in a flexible learning schedule to meet
everyone’s needs. Before participating in 4 seminar days at
your chosen location, you’ll complete about 60 hours of
High-speed (not dial-up) Internet access is
required for the homework portions of this program.
Who Should Attend
This is a "learn it the first time course." It is designed for those planning to sit for the IBLCE Exam for the first time. This course meets the IBLCE's requirement for 90 hours of lactation education, covers the material that will be on the IBLCE exam, and prepares the student for a career as an IBCLC. If you are a re-certifying IBCLC, please consider our Lactation Exam Review to prepare you to recertify by exam.
This one-day seminar helps you to continue to prepare for the IBLCE exam and sharpen your clinical expertise. Marie Biancuzzo will help you to interpret over 200 pictures of breastfeeding dyads, charts, graphs, and other images.
Who should attend
Anyone who is preparing to take the IBLCE exam, or those in need of continuing education credits.
Why you should attend
Currently, 60% of the exam questions--100 out of 175--require recognition of clinical photos. In this interactive environment, you'll learn to decode pertinent visual information and accurately recognize conditions that may appear on the exam.