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This course delineates how Social Workers are in a unique situation to support breastfeeding families in a baby friendly facility because of their roles as advocates, leaders and champions for causes that...
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This course delineates how Social Workers are in a unique situation to support breastfeeding families in a baby friendly facility because of their roles as advocates, leaders and champions for causes that promote health and well being across the lifespan. The Social Worker is a key player on the team that supports the process of implementing the 10 steps to successful breastfeeding.
This course delineates how Social Workers are in a unique situation to support breastfeeding families in a baby friendly facility because of their roles as advocates, leaders and champions for causes that promote health and well being across the lifespan. The Social Worker is a key player on the team that supports the process of implementing the 10 steps to successful breastfeeding.
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Produced by: Lactation Education Resources
This course, by University of Virginia Breastfeeding Medicine Department's Valerie Goodman RN IBCLC RN IBCLC, describes the benefit of skin-to-skin holding as it relates to the NICU baby, compares feeding...
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This course, by University of Virginia Breastfeeding Medicine Department's Valerie Goodman RN IBCLC RN IBCLC, describes the benefit of skin-to-skin holding as it relates to the NICU baby, compares feeding behaviors of a 35 weeker with those of a term infant, informs families about the benefit of breastmilk for the preterm infant, instructs mothers of premature infants to establish and maintain milk supply with correct use of a breastpump and provides anticipatory guidance for breastfeeding the premature infant at home.
This course, by University of Virginia Breastfeeding Medicine Department's Valerie Goodman RN IBCLC RN IBCLC, describes the benefit of skin-to-skin holding as it relates to the NICU baby, compares feeding behaviors of a 35 weeker with those of a term infant, informs families about the benefit of breastmilk for the preterm infant, instructs mothers of premature infants to establish and maintain milk supply with correct use of a breastpump and provides anticipatory guidance for breastfeeding the premature infant at home.
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Produced by: Lactation Education Resources