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Nutrition + Love

Extended until May 20, 2019


Nutrition + Love, our 14th online breastfeeding conference in English will cover a wide range of topics to inform and guide your clinical practice and to inspire and challenge your thinking about breastfeeding, nutrition and human lactation.

There are 20.25 hours of education, which equates to at least 20.25 CERPs, 20.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™, 20.2 nurse contact hours, 18.5 Continuing Professional Education Units (CPEUs) for RDs, 20.0 CE hours for American nurse-midwives and Australian midwives, and 20 Core Distance points (PDP) from the ACRRM.

iLactation also offers annual conferences in Spanish and Dutch.

From the perils of block feeding to the magic of a milkshake: addressing the challenges of hyperlactation

Christina Smillie, MD, FAAP, IBCLC, FABM - Read more

Breastfeeding: one man's perspective

James Akre, BA, MPIA - Read more

Breastfeeding and the Dance of Nurture: why dance? why nurture?

Penny Van Esterik, MA, PhD - Read more

Modern day milk sharing: practices and perceptions

Jennifer Peregoy, MPH - Read more

Successful scale up of the BFHI: the CHAMPS approach

Anne Merewood, PhD, MPH, IBCLC - Read more

Normative ethics & lactation: what came before autonomy and consent?

Zainab Yate, BSc, MSc - Read more

Breastfeeding support groups – the Croatian experience

Dinka Barić, MSN, IBCLC - Read more

Breastfeeding without nursing: myth-busting exclusive milk expression to improve support given to exclusive pumpers

Fiona M Jardine, MA (Cantab), LLM, MLS, ALC - Read more

The physiological impact of maternal wellness on lactation: nutrition in the postpartum period

Lindsey Hurd Reeves, MS, RD, LDN, IBCLC - Read more

It's not about the milk: unexpected insights from donor milk recipients

Johanna Sargeant, BA, BA, IBCLC - Read more

Complementary feeding gadgets and packaging

Melissa Theurich, BSc, MPH, CLEC - Read more

Handling and storage of expressed human milk: should the current clinical guidelines be revised?

Diana Wittendorp, PhD - Read more

Faltering growth in the milk fed infant

Shel Banks, IBCLC - Read more

Cultural differences in breastfeeding: a practical approach

Natasha K Sriraman, MD, MPH, FAAP, FABM - Read more

Research ethics and infant feeding

Zainab Yate, BSc, MSc - Read more

Using domperidone in the management of lactation insufficiency: a summary of evidence and practice recommendations

Luke Grzeskowiak, PhD, BPharm(Hons), GCertClinEpid, Adv Prac Pharm, FSHP - Read more

Movement to facilitate better breastfeeding

Bryna Sampey, IBCLC - Read more

The art of differential diagnosis for lactation consultants: what, why, and how (and why it’s within the LC’s scope of practice!)

Christina Smillie, MD, FAAP, IBCLC, FABM - Read more

What is this thing called ‘Breastfeeding Peer Support’ – and how does it work?

Heather Trickey, BSc, Msc (Med), DipHE (Breastfeeding Counselling), PhD - Read more

Experiences and learning from Alive & Thrive Southeast Asia: creating centers of excellence for breastfeeding through early essential newborn care

Jennifer Cashin, MPH, CLC - Read more