Best of all, this presentation is FREE! You can access the recording until April 19, 2019 (or until June 3, 2019 if you’re registered for Gold’s Conference). Sign up here for instant access to Kathleen’s talk.
FYI: CERPS are ONLY provided if you’re registered for Gold’s full 2019 Lactation Conference. If you’re not, you still have access to this FREE keynote presentation and will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance at no cost.
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In efforts to say thank you to all of the IBCLCs out there who have worked tirelessly to help breastfeeding families around the world and to show its gratitude, the GOLD Lactation 2014 Conference is offering access to a FREE presentation titled, “Demystifying Professional Certification Examination Development” presented by by Sara Lake and Rachelle Lessen of the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE). This presentation is not only free but it gives you the opportunity to earn 1 FREE CERP as well.
Visit the Gold Conferences’ Online Learning Continuing Education page herefor access to the FREE presentation. The presentation is 1 hour in length and accessible for 24/7 for 2 weeks. Don’t forget to claim your FREE CERP!
If you’re interested in accessing other presentations offered through the Gold Online Lactation Conference 2014, you can find more information here.Galactablog and all of its followers would like to extend a gracious thank you to the Gold Online Conference this year for providing such an incredible opportunity and access. Thank you!
Gold Lactation Online Conference is offering free access to a presentation given by Pamela Morrison, IBCLC, titled “Back to the Future on HIV and Breastfeeding: The findings that transformed policy.”
“When mothers diagnosed as HIV-positive can receive full antiretroviral therapy for their own health, and when when they exclusively breastfeed to six months and continue partial breastfeeding to 12 months, then the risk of transmission of HIV to their babies can be reduced to between 0-1%.”
~Pamela Morrison, IBCLC
Make sure to check out Gold Lactation Online Conference for upcoming conferences and presentations, news and updates. Online CERPS, L-CERPs, E-CERPs, R-CERPs, CEUs are provided for a fee.