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Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinar – Engaging Fathers in Breastfeeding Support

Presenter: Peter Williams, BPA, CLCDescription: In this presentation, we will discuss men and breastfeeding and methods to engage their support for their breastfeeding partners. We will discuss how engaging men is made easier when we understand what motivates them as parents. Appealing to how men see themselves is at the core of what we’ve been doing at the Detroit Health Department. We spoke to fathers and we let what they told us inform what we do. There is, of course,…

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Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinars – Language Access: A Breastfeeding Equity Issue

Presenter: Brenda Reyes, RN, CLCDescription: Given the current barriers in available lactation support, systemic racism, and inequities in breastfeeding outcomes across the US, it’s imperative that we center equity when providing lactation support. During this session we will provide an opportunity for participants to identify barriers for non-English speaking breastfeeding families. Discuss recommendations to supporting non-speaking English families, particularly in under-served communities. We will discuss the importance of including and centering the needs of non-English speaking communities being served when…

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Counseling 101: Fundamentals of Breastfeeding Promotion, Protection and Support Across Disciplines

Presenter: Sekeita Lewis-Johnson, DNP, RN, IBCLCDescription: Research supports the need for changes in health care practices related to breastfeeding care practices. Improving parental breastfeeding self-efficacy and prenatal education are targeted interventions aimed to improve breastfeeding success; but what happens when healthcare providers lack the necessary skills to support breastfeeding? Lack of support from health care providers is a common complaint voiced by breastfeeding families. This webinar will explore clinical and communication barriers to breastfeeding support and provide fundamental breastfeeding counseling…

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Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinar – More than Apart: The Impact of Separation on the Breastfeeding Relationship

Presenter: Zaje A.T. Harrell, Ph.D.Description: In recent years there have been more efforts to create policies that address minimizing separation between mother and baby. These are critical in order to establish breastfeeding. However, the impact of separation requires further exploration. This presentation will examine the factors related to separation beginning with a stress and coping framework. We will explore multiple contextual factors related to separation for the breastfeeding dyad and the effect on the breastfeeding relationship. Finally, recommendations regarding early…

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Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinar – Ethics, Online Messaging, and Pressure to Breastfeed

Presenter: Anjanette Davenport Hatter, MSW, LMSWDescription: Using an equity lens, this webinar will provide an overview of social media, discuss social media images and why representation matters. We will address the pressures of social media on breastfeeding, identify ways women can realistically sustain breastfeeding and ways to debunk myths about selfless motherhood. View recap of the webinar.

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GLBW – What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You… and Your Patients: The Role of Implicit Bias in Birthing and Breastfeeding Support

Date: May 2019 Speaker: Nekisha Killings, MPH, IBCLCDescription: Every day, every interaction we have is colored by the inherent and implicit biases that we each carry. We see the world through lenses that are tinted by our own lived experiences, the experiences of those who are dear to us, information we have been exposed to, and systems that we live within. No one is immune. Learn how you can both identify and dismantle the subconscious impressions and beliefs about your…

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Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinar – A Systems Approach to Effective, Sustainable Change

Date: January 2019 Speakers: Kathy Szenda Wilson and Maria Ortiz Borden Description: Effective, Sustainable Change: When people come together across organizations, sectors and (at times) issues, attention and intention must be paid in order to create effective, sustainable change. From the outside, it might appear as though successful groups just got lucky – with the right timing, chemistry and leadership. But the truth is there are 6 factors that must be present in order for sustainable, effective change to happen…

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Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinar: Using Your Power & Privilege

Date: December 2018 Speaker: Jennifer Day, IBCLC Description: Repression, oppression and systemic barriers prevent professionals and community from accessing equitable standards of care and opportunities, which contributes to the cycle of poverty. Jennifer Day, IBCLC will provide tangible solutions and practical applications to identify and address the effective uses of Power & Privilege to initiate positive change. View recap of the webinar.

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Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinar: Breastfeeding and Nutrition: Busting Myths and Empowering Moms

Date: October 2018 Speaker: Lauren Cody, RD, IBCLC Description: Many health care professionals encounter breastfeeding women who ask, “what should or can I eat?” Lauren Cody, RD, IBCLC will dispel nutrition myths and provide evidence-based nutrition recommendations for women during lactation along with practical and culturally sensitive nutrition counseling strategies to utilize with breastfeeding women. View recap of the webinar.

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