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Breastfeeding - Nature's Best

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CPEUs for RDNs are no longer available for this event.

Discover what you never knew you didn't know about breastfeeding and the Laidback breastfeeding technique.  

Learning Objectives:

Following the webinar participants will:

 Understand the advantages and benefits of breastfeeding for the infant and the mother.

 Understand the important aspects of positioning and frequency for establishing the milk supply.

 Understand the value of skin to skin in the role of breastfeeding and the health of the infant.

 Understand laid-back breastfeeding.

 Understand how supplementation impacts the milk supply.

1.0 CPEU for Registered Dietitians, approved.

If you cannot attend the webinar you can still receive CPEU for up to 1 year but listening to the recording which will be posted on this page after the event.

Rose Marie Straeter, MA, RLC, IBCLC

Breastfeeding Assistance for Baby & You

Breastfeeding....the gift that lasts a lifetime!

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    • Log in as a guest.

    • If you cannot access APAN Connect, view via Ustream.

  • Ustream (broadcast only, limited interaction)

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Image:Flickr CC Rita & Tomek Breast Feeding in London at East Croydon Station taken July 29, 2010.

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