This course is designed to introduce newer concepts and research findings form the past few years to certified breastfeeding professionals. Topics will include laid back breastfeeding, the importance of skin to skin and breastfeeding, manual expression and pump expression and supplementation risks and alternatives, the late pre-term infant.Objectives: Identify at least two benefits of skin to skin in early postpartum on both mother and baby. Describe why biological breastfeeding is the “norm” for the breastfed baby. Identify at least two reasons that baby led/laid back breastfeeding benefits the breastfeeding couplet. Describe how to facilitate relaxed/laid baby breastfeeding and extended skin to skin in the postpartum period in the hospital.Identify three separate types of effective pumping for women needing to maintain milk supply. List at least two reasons non-species specific supplementation can cause long-term health risks for the newborn. Identify at least 2 dose dependent disease risks of formula. Identify the seven reasons supplementation may be indicated, based on the newborn. Identify the three reasons supplementation may be indicated, based on the mother’s condition. List three options for supplementation that offer the least risk to breastfeeding relationship. Identify at least 2 breastfeeding risks for the late preterm infant. Define triple feeding and explain why it is indicated for late preterm infants who are not feeding well. Identify the most important piece of post discharge information for the family with a late preterm infant.
This course can be customized to your facility’s needs. It can be offered as a half day, 6 hour or 8 hour course. L-Cerps and nursing contact hours can be made available.