Breastfeeding: New Strategies for Improved Outcomes with Cheryl Scott
Optimum breastfeeding outcomes depend on giving families the skills, confidence and information needed to successfully initiate and continue breastfeeding their babies. Join Cheryl Scott as she shares strategies to improve the health outcomes for mothers and babies by addressing the challenges facing the promotion, protection and support of breastfeeding. This comprehensive day will include the latest information on:
Late pre-term infant and multiples
Hypoglycemia and the diabetic mother
Low milk supply
Cup and spoon feeding
Drawing on over 30 years of extensive clinical breastfeeding practice, Cheryl is eager to share her knowledge and expertise to assist you in developing strategies for your breastfeeding families. Cheryl will enhance your knowledge of breastfeeding management with her intelligent, thoughtful, and engaging style. Past participants have raved about the use of models, videos, and hands-on demonstrations incorporated into this dynamic presentation. Make plans today to attend this practical, timely and incredibly informative one-day educational event!
At the completion of this program, you will be able to:
Evaluate clinically evidenced based methods for the delivery of infant supplementation for infants experiencing transitory hypoglycemia.
State the rationale for the use of the nipple shield as a lactation management tool in the early postpartum period.
Recognize effective solutions every health care professional ought to know for common breastfeeding challenges.
Compare benefits and risks for the use of the Supplemental Nursing System and Nipple Shield in the management of the Late Preterm Infant.
State three effective evidenced-based strategies for optimal inpatient and outpatient support for the late preterm infant's nutritional needs.
Use effective tools for the empowerment of health care professionals to promote, protect and support breastfeeding.
Apply the latest practice recommendations that support successful long-term breastfeeding rates.