Breastfeeding Specialist Course – All Modules
About CourseBreastfeeding Specialists will be able to assess the mother/baby dyad for optimal breastfeeding and implement in-home support strategies through the first weeks of postpartum.
Course awards 24 contact hours — California Board of Registered Nursing Provider
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By the end of the course, students will be able to:
*Identify historical and contemporary issues relating to infant nursing practices
*Analyze the intrinsic significance and transformative experience of breastfeeding and the impact it has upon women, children, families and society
*Use breastfeeding devices to facilitate feeding infants and help women cope with breastfeeding challenges
*Evaluate supportive and non-supportive counseling strategies
*Promote the health benefits of exclusive breastfeeding
*Distinguish characteristics of proper latch and suckling
This course is self paced. Expect some modules to be quick and others to take longer. Each module has videos, readings, assignments to complete.
Once all 8 learning modules are completed an attendance verification will be sent by email for 24 contact hours.
Students must complete additional requirements to become certified Breastfeeding Specialists.
Counseling the Nursing Mother, latest edition by Lauwers and Swisher (students purchase)
Without exception no refunds and no credits for online courses.
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