150 clinical hours
Other Credits: 150 hours of continuing education credit
Course Number: RMED-40034
Credit: 15.00 unit(s)Related Certificate Programs: Lactation Consultant: Pathway 2
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Synchronous web-based class meetings that are scheduled to meet online at published times (time/date).
Kristina Chamberlain is a graduate of the University of Washington and has been working with breastfeeding families for over 15 years. As a Certified Nurse-Midwife and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, she found postpartum and breastfeeding support to be lacking, so she focused her work on providing the best lactation and breastfeeding care to her patients. Her clinical experience includes working inpatient and outpatient in hospitals, private practice, and home visits. She also loves teaching future IBCLCs and has taught in person and online courses at the graduate level, as well as presented at various professional conferences. She believes we need more lactation consultants because every breastfeeding family deserves one! In her spare time, she is attending her kids...Read More
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Christina Tenorio is a practicing International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and perinatal health educator at Huntington Hospital in Pasadena, California. She has her Bachelor of Science in Maternal / Child Health specializing in lactation.
Christina works in the Breastfeeding and Perinatal Health Center at Huntington hospital with families and patients. She also works with high-risk and neonatal intensive care infants in a level III trauma facility.
She has been practicing for over 20 years by supporting families with prenatal and postnatal care. As an educator, Christina has developed and facilitates programs for medical staff, patients, and communities in southern California.
Carrie Westmoreland Miller is a graduate of Washington State University and began her nursing career almost three decades ago. Since 2001, she has been teaching and has focused on lactation for the past 14 years. Her research encompasses the infant feeding experience for first time mothers, as well as published journal articles related to breastfeeding and excellence in teaching. One of her grants included creating a community specific module to empower young adults about the benefits of breastfeeding. She continues to serve in a number of leadership roles in university committees and has received awards and honors for her teaching.
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