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Program Information

Title: 

16th Annual Triangle Breastfeeding Alliance Conference: Optimizing Outcomes in Challenging Situations

Description:  The participant will know how to assist families in overcoming breastfeeding obstacles.
To receive the group rate, completed registrations must be submitted together via fax or US Mail. The group fee is not available online. See brochure for details.
CASCE#:  54443
Audience:  Lactation consultants, physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, certified nurse midwives, nutritionists, public health staff, childbirth educators, doulas, peer counselors, community breastfeeding support group volunteers and others providing care for mothers, infants and their families
Disciplines: Medicine
  Nursing
Format:  workshop
Objectives:  1. Describe breastfeeding support in the context of substance abuse.
  2. Discuss opportunities to improve infant feeding outcomes in shifting global situations.
  3. Discuss the vision of public health programs available to North Carolina families.
  4. Implement strategies to ensure adequate intake for appropriate weight gain.
  5. Identify factors that have contributed to overcoming challenges to breastfeeding success in North Carolina and beyond.

Program Times

Date/Time:
4/26/2018 8:25 AM - 4/26/2018 3:35 PM

Location

Organization:  William F Andrews Center
Address:  3024 New Bern Ave Rooms 1 and 2
City:  Raleigh
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Credits

0.6 CEU

1.25 IBLCE E CERPs

4.5 IBLCE L CERPs

5.75 CNE Contact Hours

5.75 Contact Hours

Faculty

Diane Asbill, BSN, RN, IBCLC - Thriving When Weight Gain Falters

Hannah Edens, MPH RD LDN IBCLC - Thriving When Weight Gain Falters

Betsy Laughter, MSW - Under the Influence: Substance Abuse and Breastfeeding

Chiara Phillips, MS RD LDN IBCLC - Rooting for North Carolina Families

Lourdes Santaballa, IBCLC - Supporting Infant Feeding in an Unstable Global Environment

Catherine Sullivan, MPH, RDN, LDN, IBCLC - Overcoming the Challenges: A State and National Perspective

Program Fees

$85.00 Early Registration Fee. $105 after April 11, 2018
 

Cancellation Fee

$30.00 Cancellation fee if received by close of business April 20, 2018. Substitutes encouraged.
 

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