It’s Day #4 of a FREEFREEBIE! It’s timely, relevant and in these times, shedding light on a topic that everyone desperately wants (and needs) more information on.
Gold Learning is offering FREE access to their webinar titled, “COVID-19, Delivery and the Newborn,”by Michael Narvey, MD, FRCPC, FAAP where he discusses how to stay on top of current best practices when it comes to caring for newborns during the COVID-19 global pandemic with newborns.
In his presentation, Dr. Narvey delves into the practical issues around
planning for delivery and the concerns with interruption of processes such as kangaroo care, breastfeeding, and visiting. This presentation reviews current knowledge as well as the unknowns. Definitely not one to miss!
Fortunately, there’s still time to register. This webinar broadcasts live tomorrow, May 12, 2020 at 8pm UTC / 4pm EST / 1pm PST. In addition to joining the live event, you will also have 4 weeks of free access to the recording. For more information and registration details, see here.
For those that are interested in learning more about topics related to birthing and breastfeeding, Gold Learning is currently offering 2 online conferences and there’s still time to register.
Do you have an idea for Galactablog’s FREEBIE Week? Don’t be shy! Please do share – I promise to give you full credit. If you’re a company, private practice, clinic, hospital, non-profit, non-governmental organization, etc. and have a FREE opportunity, resource or item that you’d love offer to Galactablog readers, drop me a line. As long as you are WHO Code Compliant, you’ll be given full consideration. You can contact me here or email me at email@example.com.
If you can’t make the live presentation, don’t fret. A recording will also be available to those who register and you’ll be given 4 weeks of free access. Hurry up and reserve your free seat here to access the live event and the recording.
If you just can’t get enough of anything lactation-related or are a health professional who would like to hone their lactation knowledge and skills (or you just need to grab a few CERPs), then check out Gold Lactation’s 2020 Online conference.
The full conference includes 32.5 hours of accredited education, with presentations covering a wide variety of key topics in lactation. Delegates will have full access to the conference from March 30 – June 29, 2020.
If that’s not enough to keep you busy while self-isolating and/or working from home, Gold also has 2 add-on lectures packs which include presentations that take a close look at complex medical issues in breastfeeding parents and infants. Delegates can also access brand new interactive sessions, giving them extended opportunities to tap into the knowledge and expertise of GOLD Speakers.
Enjoy this golden opportunity and happy learning! xx
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You can contact me here or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you.
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 this free live webinar,Paulina Erices,BS, IBCLC, RLC will be speaking about “Leadership Skills in Lactation: Make extraordinary things happen.” To earn your 1 FREE L-CERP, simply click here to get started. The webinar is 60 minutes long and you have 4 weeks of FREE access. Thanks Gold Lactation for the FREEBIE, all of us here at Galactablog are extremely grateful.
Do you have an idea for FREEBIE FRIDAY? Don’t be shy! Please do share – I promise to give you full credit. If you’re a company, private practice, NGO, etc. and have a FREE item to offer to Galactablog readers, please drop me a line. As long as you are WHO Code Compliant, you’ll be given full consideration. You can contact me here or email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you.
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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***Disclaimer: I do not get paid for any resource, product, etc. featured on Galactablog’s ‘Freebie Friday’ series. I’m just sharing free resources I think may be beneficial to lactation professionals and those aspiring-to-be.
Join me at GOLD Lactation 2017! As one of this year’s Speakers – tune in for my presentation, “Contextualizing Breastfeeding in Lebanon” – I’ve been provided a special promotional code to share which for a limited time, will allow Galactablog readers to register for the event at their Early Bird pricing.
The conference runs all the way until June 2 and not only will you have access to my talk, but to that of 26 other amazing speakers. Speakers present live on scheduled days and then participants have unlimited access to the recordings throughout the conference period. It’s quite a comprehensive program with new research, clinical skills, cultural perspectives and industry discussions, plus you can interact with a vibrant professional community through live chat, forums and discussion groups.
Don’t forget about educational credits. A total of 25.5 continuing education hours will be available through the main conference and 6 hours through each of Gold’s add-on packages. Educational credits offered: 25.5 CERPs (23.5L, 2E), 25.5 CMEs, 25.5 Nursing Contact Hours / CNE’s, 2.5 MEAC Midwifery CEUs & 25.5 Dietetic CEUs.
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.