Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition Book Group

Time-frame: 36 L CERPs
CERP: yes

Dates for Winter 2023 will be announced soon! To learning more Go to https://bfcaa.com/breastfeeding-answers-second-edition/
If you are looking for an educational opportunity for your state (such as through WIC or your state breastfeeding coalition) this could be a perfect choice! Email barbara@bfcaa.com to learning more!
Join our virtual Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition! Engage with like-minded breastfeeding enthusiasts!

Do you want to unlock the secrets of Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition? Barbara D. Robertson will be joined by Nancy Mohrbacher, the author of the book, to break this down for you. Having a structured format tends to move things from the “oh I should do that” to DONE!

For this group we will be using Zoom Meeting. and Thinkific, an online learning platform. February 13th, 2022 (Or if you register after this date a day or two later) you will get an invitation to join us on Thinkific, an easy to use, online learning program. You will see the required reading listed for each of our ten sessions and meetings.

You will need to get your own copy of Breastfeeding Answers, 2nd Edition, either a hard copy or an ebook edition. There are many different ebook options, Kindle, ePub, and a PDF versions. The 1st edition (or earlier!) will not do! So much has changed in these past years. You will read the assigned chapters, attend our live Zoom meetings or listen to our recorded meeting discussion with Q and A, review any supplemental materials, and then, if you registered for our 36 CERPs version, take the quiz a few days after each session. 



Barbara D. Robertson


Country: USA
Phone number: 734-975-6534
Email: barbara@bfcaa.com
Site: http://bfcaa.com
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Publications

Supporting Families, Building Confidence, and Increasing Breastfeeding Success

Helping families feel more confident can lead to greater breastfeeding success. IBCLCs can play a role in this. They can help families learn to trust their own parenting abilities, trust themselves,and trust their babies to tell them what they need. This article outlines many practical tips forIBCLCs to try. Better communication leads to improved relationships with families and this inturn can help families learn to trust themselves.

Eight Things Fostering Kittens Have Taught Me About Infant Feeding

In this article Barbara discusses the lessons she has learned from feeding another type of mammal, kittens. Because of her fostering experience and needing to supplement these orphaned babies, Barbara has come up with eight key points about supplementation that apply to all mammals, not just kittens.

Robertson, Barbara D., An Alternative Treatment: Using ultrasound for plugged ducts. Clinical Lactation. 2016, 7 (4).

Robertson, Barbara D. Breastfeeding Without Birthing- An interview with Alyssa Schnell. Clinical Lactation. 2016, 7(1).

Robertson, Barbara D. Hope from ashes: The creation of the NEC society- An interview with Jennifer Canvassar. Clinical Lactation, 2015 6(4). 156-160.

Robertson, Barbara D. Revisiting Nipple and Breast Pain: A Conversation with Anne Eglash, MD. Clinical Lactation. 2015, 6(3), 124-128.

Robertson, Barbara D. Free to Breastfeed—Voices of Black Mothers. Clinical Lactation, 2014, 5(3), 90-96. http://www.clinicallactation.org/sites/default/files/articlepdf/s3-CL-5-3.pdf

Robertson, Barbara D. Working and Breastfeeding: Practical Ways You Can Support Employed Breastfeeding Mothers. Clinical Lactation, 2014, 5(4), 137-140. http://www.clinicallactation.org/sites/default/files/articlepdf/CL5-4_Final_A7_137-140.pdf