Why Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinars (GLBW)?
Michigan Breastfeeding Network presents the Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinars from 1-2 pm EST on the third Tuesday of every month. In our commitment to expanding access to evidenced-based, equity-focused, and timely breastfeeding education, these webinars are FREE and are presented in partnership with the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Division of Maternal Child Health and WIC Division, our Region V Partners in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Ohio, and the Indiana Breastfeeding Coalition.
Each monthly webinar offers a CERP, social work contact hour, nurses’ contact hour, and a certificate of attendance to attendees who are able to watch live and complete the post-webinar evaluation.
Tuesday, February 19, 2019 1-2pm EST
Great Lakes Breastfeeding Webinar – Let it Flow and Get it Out: Expressing Human Milk and Exclusive Lactation
Speaker: Lourdes M. Santaballa Mora, IBCLC, IYCFS
Description: Human milk is the first food for human babies, and most parents feed directly at the breast or chest, but many parents may want or need to express milk in order to initiate or maintain their breastfeeding goals. After exploring the reasons we need or choose to pump, we will discuss how and when to do it, tools from hands and cups to pumps and flanges, how to handle the milk once we’ve expressed it, and ways to safely give baby expressed milk. Additionally, we’ll identify some social barriers like birth and hospital practices, pumping time in varied work settings, leave and benefits, differences in pump coverage by public and private health insurance plans, availability of qualified lactation specialists, ability to purchase feeding equipment, and response to emergencies.
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Approved for 1 nurse’s contact hour, 1 L-CERP, and 1 social work contact hour
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