Looking for a FREE CERP for IBCLC certification or recertification? Or just looking to expand your lactation knowledge base? Well, either way, we’ve got you covered thanks to Gold Lactation.
Wondering what this presentation is all about? Dr. Ruth Lucas PhD, RLC, CLS will be speaking on: “Promoting Self-Management of Breast and Nipple Pain During Breastfeeding.” So mark your calendars for Monday, September 9, 2019. You can reserve your FREE seat here. Sign-up is free and you’ll be given free viewing access for 4 weeks.
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Yup, it’s that time again. Freebie Friday! And Who doesn’t love free stuff? Are you an IBCLC who is trying to earn enough CERPS for re-certification? Or are you an aspiring IBCLC – to-be who is trying to obtain the 90 hours of lactation educationneeded to qualify for the IBLCE exam? If so, then this 1 FREE L-CERP is for you. Not only do you get to cross an hour off of your list (with your wallet thanking you), but you get to learn something about the Infant Microbiome as well. Win-Win.
You may be wondering what you have to do to earn your 1 free L-CERP? Simply click here to enroll for the 60 minute webinar titled, “Understanding The Infant Microbiome.” Don’t forget to mark your calendars because this offer is only available from December 12-19, 2017.
Webinar host is Toni Harman, the filmmaker behind the award-winning documentary Microbirth.
Author & Filmmaker Toni Harman. Photo courtesy of Birthful.com
Don’t forget to download your Certificate of Completion for Continuing Education (CE) credits after completion. This 60 minute webinar offers: 1 L-CERP Approved by IBLCE – CERPs Registry Number #317077K and 1 CPD Hour Approved by Australian College of Midwives (ACM).
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In “A Mother’s-Eye View of Breastfeeding Help” Nancy offers us a unique opportunity to examine breastfeeding helping situations from the mother’s point of view. This lecture draws upon relevant research to help us understand how we can be both effective and empowering in our interactions.
This presentation is available online in the GOLD Learning Library. Four weeks of access time is included with this lecture, as well as the downloadable speaker handout. Upon completion, you will be awarded 1 L-CERP – all of which are FREE! Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to advance your practice and increase your skill!
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Title: “Supporting Breastfeeding in the Presence of Tongue Tie/Lip Tie”
Presenter: Dee Kassing, BS, MLS, IBCLC, RLC
Date: Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Time: 08:30 AM – 10:30AM CST
Sponsors: The Illinois Department of Human Services & the Springfield Urban League Community Health Training Center
GOAL: Participants will be able to provide effective breastfeeding support by learning to recognize the symptoms that may indicate the presence of tongue and or lip tie, and describe suggested feeding plans that may help maintain a breastfeeding relationship.
Following the webcast teleconference, participants will be able to:
List at least three symptoms present in a breastfeeding mother that may indicate the presence of a tongue tie and/or lip tie in her baby.
List at least three symptoms present in a breastfeeding baby that may indicate that baby has a tongue tie and/or lip tie.
Describe at least two feeding plans that may help to maintain a breastfeeding relationship until a tongue tie and/or lip tie can be released.
Click hereto access past webcasts, presentation power point handouts and resources.
Curious about the L-CERP & CEUs? According to the registration form: “In order to receive continuing education credit for IBCLC, RN and RD, you must view the webcast and complete the required evaluation by March 4, 2015 at 11:59PM CST. This webcast meets a portion of the hourly requirement for CLC recertification. You will receive a certificate of completion.”
To view past satellite and webcast teleconference handouts and videos, click here.