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Webinar: Looking at the Evidence: Overcoming Early Breastfeeding Hurdles

Webinar: Looking at the Evidence: Overcoming Early Breastfeeding Hurdles

Webinar: Looking at the Evidence: Overcoming Early Breastfeeding Hurdles

Jessica Deeb, MS, RN, WHNP-BC, IBCLC, LCCE
Jessica Deeb, MS, RN, WHNP-BC, IBCLC, LCCE
on behalf of Lamaze International

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Launch date: 30 May 2018
Expiry Date: 30 Apr 2020

Last updated: 21 Oct 2020

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Mrs Renee London (28 Aug 2020)
Lots of stats
Ms Lou Ann Damsma LCCE, CLC, CD(DONA), CEIM (10 Jun 2020)
Jessica provided concrete examples of how to overcome early breastfeeding hurdles.

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Description

While breastfeeding rates continue to climb in the United States, 50% of women are breastfeeding at 6 months and only 22% are exclusively breastfeeding at this time. What can childbirth educators do to increase these numbers? This webinar explores ways of supporting breastfeeding prenatally and postnatally, helping women to create and meet their breastfeeding goals.

Objectives

Describe the current state of breastfeeding and established worldwide goals
I. Current breastfeeding recommendation
A. WHO
B. AAP
II. Breastfeeding goals
A. Healthy People Goals
B. WHO target goal
III. Current breastfeeding statistics
A. UNICEF
B. CDC report card
Identify reasons for early cessation of breastfeeding, including racial and socioeconomic disparities
II. Reasons for non-initiations
A. Variables associated with non-initiation
III. Reasons for early cessation or introducing formula
A. Variables associated with cessation
IV. Racial disparities
A. Looking at the literature
Incorporate evidence based practices into your teaching to improve breastfeeding rates
III. Examine your self
IV. Cochrane Review
i. Predictable ongoing support
ii. Education by trained personnel
iii. Skin to skin after delivery
V. Ways to incorporate these into your classes
VI. Consistent content, normalize breastfeeding
VII. Partnering with a hospital
Jessica Deeb, MS, RN, WHNP-BC, IBCLC, LCCE

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Jessica Deeb, MS, RN, WHNP-BC, IBCLC, LCCE
on behalf of Lamaze International

Jessica is the Perinatal Quality, Risk and Safety Program Coordinator at NYU Langone Health. As a registered nurse, Jessica has spent her career in obstetrics, completing her Master's in Women's Health Nursing. She is certified as a Women's Health Nurse Practitioner, Lactation Consultant and Childbirth Educator. Additionally, Jessica is a childbirth educator in NYU Langone's Parent Education Department. As an active member of Lamaze International, Jessica sits on their Approved Provider Unit Committee and Conference Planning Committee. She has also participated in several of Lamaze's consumer projects, helping to create products that aim to educate and empower expectant women and their families. Jessica resides in Manhattan with her husband and three young children.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • California Board of Registered Nursing (CBRN)
  • 1.25 Hours

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Mrs Renee London (28 Aug 2020)
Lots of stats
Ms Lou Ann Damsma LCCE, CLC, CD(DONA), CEIM (10 Jun 2020)
Jessica provided concrete examples of how to overcome early breastfeeding hurdles.

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