Compassion. Support. Evidence-based care.
After losing an infant, many grieving parents still must cope with postpartum issues, including lactation. As a health professional, you are instrumental in providing families with anticipatory guidance and compassionate care postpartum. However current lactation care practices after loss vary greatly.
Lactation After Loss offers virtual, evidence-based information for allied health professionals to enhance their counseling and clinical skills when supporting lactating parents who have suffered infant loss. This module examines emotional and physiological issues, and addresses care options for lactation concerns after pregnancy, neonatal, or infant loss.
Implement better policies regarding lactation care after loss and provide evidenced-based guidance and care. Be able to provide the families you serve enough information to make an informed choice when it comes to lactation care options following loss.
Participants who complete this module will receive 0.5 IBLCE CERPs.
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