Freebie Friday: FREE Podcast on “Marijuana & Breastfeeding”


Yup, it’s the end of the week already. That means it’s time for FREEBIE FRIDAY! This week’s freebie is a FREE Podcast on “Marijuana and Breastfeeding”
by Anne Eglash MD, IBCLC and Karen Bodnar MD, IBCLC.


From the Institute for the Advancement of Breastfeeding & Lactation Education (IABLE) website:

“Join us to learn about the 2018 American Academy of Pediatrics statement on marijuana during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Dr. Bodnar summarizes the major points in the AAP’s 2018 statement on marijuana during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Learn the latest recommendations on how to counsel families regarding perinatal marijuana use!”

It was originally recorded in September 2018, but don’t worry, it’s still available as a podcast for free. Just click here to listen to it.

Quick tip: When you click on the link to view the Podcast, check out the “Programs” header on the left side of the site. You’ll find lots more FREE lactation resources including Podcasts, Videos, Breastfeeding Handouts, Breastfeeding Education for Healthcare Providers, Clinical
Questions for the Week, Conferences and more.

Happy listening (and learning). Oh, Happy Friday too!


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Freebie Friday: “Lactation Business Coaching with Annie & Leah: Launching your Lactation Business” (Free Podcast)


Annie Frisbie, IBCLC, creator of  Paperless Private Practice and author of IBCLC Private Practice Essential Toolkit and Leah Jolly, BA, IBCLC, RLC  with Bay Area Breastfeeding are offering their Lactation Business Coaching podcast for free. Yup you read that right, it’s FREE! 


Click here to listen to Episode 1. If you prefer to go through iTunes directly, you can find the podcast here. Annie and Leah are a have a great rapport. They are a joy to listen to. I think they need their own reality show! I can’t wait for Episode 2.


Annie and Leah welcome your questions, comments and even ideas for future podcast topics here (or you can leave a comment on their show page). Reviews on iTunes are also welcome. You can find them on Facebook too!



Do you have an idea for FREEBIE FRIDAY? Don’t be shy! Share it with Galactablog – you will be given full credit. If you’re a company, private practice, NGO, etc. and have a FREE opportunity or item to offer to Galactablog readers, let us know. As long as you are WHO Code Compliant, you’ll be given full consideration. You can contact us here or email: galactablog@gmail.com. 

Freebie Friday: Free WEBINAR on April 9 “The Mystery of D-MER: What Can Hormonal Research Tell Us About Dysphoric Milk-Ejection Reflex?”

It’s that time again. Mark your calendar for April 9, 2018 because Kerstin Uvnas Moberg, MD, PhD and Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA will be unraveling the mystery of Dysphoric Milk-Ejection Reflex (D-MER) in a FREE live podcast titled,  “The Mystery of D-MER: What Can Hormonal Research Tell Us About Dysphoric Milk-Ejection Reflex?”

Kerstin Uvnas Moberg, MD, PhD

Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC, FAPA

Click here for more details, including presenters’ bios and links to the FREE live podcast. The podcast is FREE and will stream live on April 9, 2018 at 1pm Eastern Time.

 

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Free Journal of Human Lactation Podcasts

The Journal of Human Lactation has released 5 FREE podcasts.

Check them out here.journal human lactation

“The Journal of Human Lactation is pleased to present podcasts related to selective published articles. Each podcast features a Q&A discussion between the journal editor and corresponding author, expanding upon the topics researched in the article. Along with a link to the recording, each description includes a link to the complete published article.”

Titles of podcasts included are:

1) The Galactogogue Bandwagon – Q and A with Dr. Philip Anderson

2) Establishing an Online and Social Media Presence for Your IBCLC Practice

3) What Do Kramers Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative PROBIT Studies Tell Us? A Review of a Decade of Research

4) Challenges and Successes: The Baby-Friendly Initiative in Norway

5) Human Colostrum and Breast Milk Contain High Levels of TNF-Related Apoptosis-Inducing Ligand (TRAIL)

Free Podcast(s): “Born to be Breastfed” & 62 Others

born to BF marie biancuzzoMarie Biancuzzo, RN MS IBCLC has published 62 audio podcasts related to breastfeeding on iTunes. Yes! You read that right – 62! And guess what? They are all FREE! You can access them here. She passionately explains:

“Every new mother hears that breast is best. Many decide to breastfeed so their baby has the best. But soon after birth, the days are often fraught with sleep deprivation and conflicting messages from peers, family members, and health care professionals. Later, negative messages from the media and critical comments from family members and others may trigger mothers to question their decision. Feelings of inadequacy, intimidation and societal pressure to wean can cause mothers to give up breastfeeding before meeting their goals. The aim of this show is to empower parents to overcome the barriers that keep them from beginning or continuing to breastfeed. Through discussion of hospital practices, milk supply, medications, returning to work, milk storage options, and more, this show will provide an informed and supportive voice for new families and established families, so that they can take charge of their breastfeeding experience from conception through weaning.”

Thank you Marie Biancuzzo and Breastfeeding Outlook for providing all of us aspiring to help breastfeeding families around the world for the wealth of FREE resources you’ve provided.