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
04/19/2017 - 8:00am
04/21/2017 - 5:00pm
Ready to become more proficient when offering breastfeeding education? Take the first step towards becoming a Certified Lactation Educator™ with CAPPA. This twenty four hour training meets the first requirement of your CLE® program and prepares you to work through the steps for certification. This course is designed to improve the skill base, knowledge and perspectives on breastfeeding for perinatal professionals. Additionally, this course supports both the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative and Mother Friendly practices and provides training for those seeking certification as certified lactation educators™ with CAPPA.
Click to Register http://www.birthingandbreastfeeding.com/cappa-cle-training.html
Placer Lactation Conferences Presents:
Robinn Glass, MS, OTR, IBCLC
Lynn Wolf, MOT, OTR, IBCLC
This course is designed for occupational and physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, lactation consultants and other allied health professionals who specialize or have an interest in feeding disorders in infancy. It will provide a framework from which to view the continuum of infant feeding options, including breast and bottle feeding. Participants will have the opportunity to expand their repertoire of evaluation techniques and intervention strategies when working with infants who demonstrate feeding or swallowing dysfunction.
Register online at http://www.placerconferences.com
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