Welcome to the Breastfeeding Online Curriculum
The Breastfeeding curriculum consists of 3 interactive modules with accompanying pre-tests. A post-test which encompasses all of the material in the curriculum is provided to assess knowledge acquisition. The breastfeeding articles are mandatory readings and are considered part of the breastfeeding curriculum. The entire curriculum will take approximately three hours to complete.
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- To promote the multidisciplinary provision of evidence-based practice to support breastfeeding initiation and duration among perinatal women and their families
- To provide opportunity for members of the multidisciplinary team to achieve educational credit required for certification as a “Baby Friendly” institutionModule 1 - Historical Perspectives and Current Initiatives
Objectives: At the end of this module, participants will be able to:
Discuss the history of infant feeding Review recent evidence related to BF (breastfeeding) outcomes. Explain current BF initiatives
- Baby Friendly Initiative
- The WHO “Code”Module 2 - Breast Feeding & Human Lactation Case StudiesObjectives: At the end of this module, participants will be able to:
Describe the health care providers role in supporting BF across the continuum of care. Discuss BF care/challenges associated with
- An uncomplicated BF experience
- A complicated BF experienceModule 3 - Addressing Breast Feeding ChallengesObjectives: At the end of this module, participants will be able to:
Discuss appropriate intervention strategies for mothers experiencing BF challenges. Identify community-based BF resources in Winnipeg, ManitobaModule 3 Addressing Breast Feeding Challenges (Video Presentation) Please Note: if you encounter problems running the video we have provided the contents of the video in an Articulate presentation format below.
Module 3 Addressing Breast Feeding Challenges (Articulate Presentation)
Post Test - Complete and forward the final page of the post test to Margaret Mitchell RN, please see her contact information below.
(To print the results page press ctrl + P)
Breast Feeding Articles:
Nipple Pain in Breast Feeding Women Recognizing and Treating Milk Supply Issues The Risk of Not Breast Feeding for Mothers and Infant
For further inquiries related to Multidisciplinary Breastfeeding Modules please contact:
Margaret Mitchell RN IBCLC at telephone number: 204-787-1166 or email her at email@example.com
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