In response to the need for breastfeeding support services, the Dean Medical System in Madison, WI sponsored Milk Mob Outpatient Breastfeeding Champion SM (OBC) trainings for the Registered Nurses (RNs) working at their Pediatric Division. As a result of the trainings, Dean Pediatric Clinics created the new role of Nurse Educator, ... Read More
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Outpatient Breastfeeding Champion TrainingOur Outpatient Breastfeeding Champion Training is a basic, clinically-focused course for any person who is a medical or community breastfeeding supporter. We provide instruction on how to answer the most common breastfeeding questions that a breastfeeding mother and her family have throughout the course of lactation, through toddlerhood and beyond.
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After the OBC training I am now better able to recognize breastfeeding challenges before they spiral and become bigger. And when I need to refer to a care provider and/or an IBCLC, I know more about what clients can expect when they call or go to a clinic.” Miranda Welch, professional Birth Doula in Madison, WI. Miranda ... Read More
ISRHML Abstracts (International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation) 2015 - Part 2 Anne Eglash, MD and Karen Bodnar, MD Anne and Karen discuss ISRHML abstracts. Topics include gene methylation and breastfeeding, facilitators and barriers to breastfeeding for African Americans, breastfeeding policy process and Ebola virus ... Read More