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Early 2016 conference

Feed · love · grow

March - May 2016

Our 8th online breastfeeding conference

More Rock Stars of Lactation™ presented at our eighth online breastfeeding conference, Feed · love · grow. This was held online from March to May 2016 and had participants from over 60 countries. The conference is now closed and the presentations are no longer available. You can still read the topic introductions and more background about the speakers. Thank you for your interest!

Human milk, just another primate milk?

Pascal Gagneux, PhD - Read more

Breastfeeding by numbers – when is it useful? Mother and infant assessment, test weights, and infant intake calculations

Barbara D Robertson, BA, MA, IBCLC, LLLL - Read more

Obesity and breastfeeding

Kay Hoover, MEd, IBCLC, RLC, FILCA - Read more

Clinical skills – tips and techniques, working with larger-breasted women to support breastfeeding

Decalie Brown, RN, CM, CFHN, BHmtg, IBCLC, FILCA - Read more

Gadgets and goo: things we put on our nipples and what they do

Ellen J Rubin MA, IBCLC, LLLL - Read more

Milk supply and breastfeeding decisions: how psychosocial factors damage breastfeeding

Amy Brown, PhD - Read more

Breastfeeding in refugee camps

Sura Al.Samman, BSc - Read more

Breastfeeding experience in Haiti

Rose Mireille Exumé, IBCLC, CLC, ALC - Read more

The Baby-Friendly Initiative in Croatia: team work at its best

Irena Zakarija-Grković, MD, FRACGP, IBCLC, PhD - Read more

You can’t do that! Keeping your events Code compliant

Jodine Chase - Read more

Softening our language

Cynthia Peterson, RM, C&FHN, IBCLC - Read more

Oxytocin: the biological guide to motherhood

Kerstin Uvnäs Moberg, MD, PhD - Read more

The sacred hour: uninterrupted skin to skin immediately after birth

Raylene Phillips, MD, IBCLC, FABM, FAAP - Read more

Enhancing the first relationship: breastfeeding as a protective factor in infant mental health

Jill Wodnick, MA, CLC, LCCE, IMH-E - Read more

An exploration of the experiences of mothers as they suppress lactation following late miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death

Denise McGuinness, RGN, RM, BMS, MSc, IBCLC, PGrad Dip Clinical Health Sciences Education - Read more

Separation and closeness experiences in the neonatal environment

Anna Axelin, RN, PhD - Read more

The late preterm infant: a challenge for successful breastfeeding

Arthur I Eidelman, MD, FABM, FAAP - Read more

Baby-led weaning: Introducing solid foods the way babies would choose

Gill Rapley, PhD, MSc, RHV - Read more

Exclusively breastfeeding triplets – case studies

Meg Nagle, IBCLC - Read more

Breast milk is brain juice

Theresa Nesbitt, MD - Read more