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Early 2022 conference

Connect • Nourish • Thrive

Online March - June, 2022

Connect • Nourish • Thrive, our 20th online breastfeeding conference in English covered 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.

Growing pains: interpreting growth charts and deciding when and how to intervene

Jennifer Thomas, MD, MPH, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP - Read more

Supporting parents during a pandemic

Denise Ives, DipHE - Read more

Communication skills required to be an effective breastfeeding peer counselor

Kanisha Lee, BS (Nutrition), Peer Counselor - Read more

Maternal mental health and breastfeeding: understanding roles and responsibilities

Emily Bernard, MA, IBCLC - Read more

Human milk for early humans

Christy Jo Hendricks, IBCLC, RLC, CLE, CCCE - Read more

Shadows of birth in breastfeeding

Waleska Porras, LLL Leader, Doula - Read more

A square peg in a round hole: answers on drug transfer in lactation made simple

Karolina Morze, MPharm - Read more

A lactation specialist's guide to baby poop!

Charlotte Treitl, BSc, IBCLC - Read more

Breastfeeding in post-disaster settings
Knowledge mobilization tool to promote, protect and support breastfeeding during COVID-19

Shela Hirani, PhD, IBCLC, RN, Advanced Diploma in ECD - Read more

40 Years of the WHO International Code: what is it, why does it exist, and how does it protect the rights of children and women?

Karleen Gribble, PhD, BRurSc, CertIV Breastfeeding Education (Counselling) and (Community) - Read more

Metabolic health matters: breastfeeding on the insulin resistance spectrum
When the butterfly goes astray: how thyroid dysfunction can undermine breastfeeding

Lisa Marasco, MA, IBCLC, FILCA - Read more

Old tricks, new opportunities: how companies violate the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes and undermine maternal and child health during the COVID-19 pandemic

Constance Ching, MSW - Read more

Socio-environmental benefits of human lactation: food sovereignty from the start

Alejandra Marina de Mercado, MD - Read more

Tongue and lip tie - increased awareness among parents in Iceland on how it affects breastfeeding

Sonja Magnúsdóttir, SLP-CCC - Read more

Thrown in the deep end: how women learn to feed their babies, why it goes wrong and how to help

Miranda Buck, PhD, RN, BA(Hons), MPhil, IBCLC - Read more

Working mothers' rights for exclusive breastfeeding

Zeinab Abdulatif, MD, IBCLC - Read more

Can breastfeeding reduce hospitalization from common infectious diseases in childhood?

Claire Neill, MB, BCH, BAO, MRCGP, MFPH, Mphil, MPH, DRCOG, DMH - Read more

A gentle touch: the unique lactation needs of post-cesarean parents

Laurel Wilson, IBCLC, RLC, CLE, CLD, CCCE - Read more