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Normal instincts in a baby can and are highly influenced by their story of their delivery. This course looks at those instincts and the role of the birth journey in the newborns feeding behaviors. Understanding and appreciating this vital role of birth will help each of us have an empathy for the newborn that will influence and change our practice. With this understanding we can have a more case sensitive approach to our plan of care. When we as practitioners have the rationale for behaviors we can be more complementary in our own care approach.

These courses are intended for existing International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC's) looking for Lactation Continuing Education Recognition Points (LCERP's) towards re-certification by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE).

Other Credits : 1 Hour of BRN Nursing Credit. LCERPS=1

  • NOTE  Student may enroll up to one week prior to course end date. No refund one week after enrollment.

  • COURSE NUMBER  RMED-80006
  • CREDIT  0.00 unit(s)


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