October 18-23, 2018 in Toronto, Kingston and St. John’s
Protecting breastfeeding: policy and clinical skills
Join us for a full day workshop with world-expert, Marsha Walker RN IBCLC, offering you the skills and strategies needed to make the greatest impact to breastfeeding rates, wherever you work. Whether you practice in the community, hospitals, primary care or private practice or have responsibility for policy-making or advocacy initiatives, you will come away from this workshop with new, practical, evidence-based approaches to helping families meet their breastfeeding goals.
Topics will include:
Cracking the Code: Demystifying the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes
Mammary dysbiosis: Probiotics, vibration, and turmeric?
Stemming the Tide of Supplementation
The Infant Microbiome
Staying out of hot water: practical strategies for addressing conflicts of interest in clinical and health promotion settings
6.0 CERPs will be requested from IBLCE
Who should attend? IBCLCs, Nurses (Hospital, Community & Public Health), Midwives, Physicians, Dieticians, Registered Early Childhood Educators, Breastfeeding Counsellors, Doulas, Pre-natal Educators
Space is limited: register early to take advantage of Early Bird Pricing for $160 (increases to $185 on September 15th). Save even more if you register as a group of 5 or more.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN at https://www.lllc.ca/hp-seminar-registration-2018
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Roma's Hospitality Centre
5980 Shawson Drive
Isabel Bader Theatre
390 King Street West
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Continuing Education Credit: 6.0 CERPs will be requested from IBLCE, which can also be used for DONA and CAPPA hours, as well as part of self-learning plans for Registered Nurses, Registered Midwives and Registered Dieticians.