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Details: Professionals working with expectant and breastfeeding mothers should attend this day of education, around supporting the breastfeeding journey.
Registration from 9.00am, presentations commence 9.20am sharp
Morning Tea and Lunch provided
CERPs currently being applied for
Highly respected professional speakers, details below (in no particular order)
Nurse, Midwife, IBCLC, CertNeonatPaed & CertHlthSerMan. PhD Candidate
Anita is a Clinical Midwife Consultant (Lactation), Royal Women’s Hospital, Melbourne and Trial Coordinator for the DAME (Diabetes and Antenatal Milk Expressing Trial) and PhD candidate at the Judith Lumley Centre, La Trobe University.
Anita has worked in the fields of midwifery, neonatal paediatrics, early parenting, lactation services and nursing management. She has collaborated on a number of breastfeeding papers, hospital and state based clinical guidelines and breastfeeding reports. Anita has been a BFHI assessor and educator and an IBCLC since 1994.
Topic: A tasting plate of breastfeeding topics
This session will cover a few of the current topics of interest in breastfeeding, namely, diabetes and breastfeeding; understanding when infant formula is used in the postnatal ward; identification and management of baby’s with tongue tie at the Royal Women’s Hospital and staff tongue-tie training.
(B Pharm, Grad Dip Hosp Pharm, MSHPA)
Rodney has a background of over 30 years of practice in hospital and community pharmacy, much of which has been as a specialist therapeutic medicines expert. He holds postgraduate qualifications, a Monash University appointment and has extensive clinical experience in a number of medical specialties. He is a member of, and consultant to many professional healthcare organizations and committees.
As a part of his current position as senior pharmacist at the Monash Medicines Information Centre at Monash Health (Victoria), Rodney also delivers presentations to an extensive and diverse range of hospital and community groups.
Monash Medicines Information provides independent, therapeutic medicines information and advice for obstetricians, consultants and medical practitioners, midwives and nursing staff, pharmacists, other health-care personnel and members of the public. The Medicines Information Centre specializes in providing counseling and assistance relating to the therapeutic use of medicines, particularly in obstetric, paediatric and women’s health settings.
Topic: Vitamins in Pregnancy/ Breastfeeding/ Pediatrics
More details to come
Dr Anita Bearzatto
More details to come
Topic: Tongue Tie Controversies
1. To identify the controversial points related to tongue tie
2. To work through these controversial points considering the evidence available
3. To attempt to achieve some consensus on this topic amongst those working with breastfeeding families
Sue is an accredited BFHI assessor and educator with ACM and also works at Northern Health. Sue is an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant with a background in Midwifery, Neonatal Intensive care and adjunct lecturer with ACU and La Trobe Universities. Sue has also published in paediatric and midwifery journals and presented at conferences.
Topic: What is happening with BFHI
The presentation will provide an update about the recent changes to how Baby Friendly Hospitals are being accredited in Australia. There has been a shift of focus to a more mother-friendly labour and birthing practice, especially how it relates to the establishment of breastfeeding. Unicef continues to support implementing The Baby Friendly Initiative in hospitals and research continues to demonstrate how this positively impacts on the health services and communities to ensure continued breastfeeding support.
For more information contact Greater Shepparton Best Start Breastfeeding Project Officer Kristie Welch (Tuesday’s), phone (03) 5832 9783 or email firstname.lastname@example.org