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NICHQ 2018 Improving Our Approach: Better Conversations About Breastfeeding (1:00)

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Improving Our Approach: Better Conversations About Breastfeeding 

National Institute for Children's Health Quality

7 November 2018

 

Length: 1hr, 0min (Q&A in the last 20 minutes)

 

Number of views: 40 (as of 16 October 2021)

 

Format: Panel

 

Speakers: Dr. Elizabeth Cote, Dr. Lori Feldman-Winter, Dr. Suzanne Bronheim, Rebekka Henriksen, Lisa Bailey

 

Synopsis: This webinar provides approaches and strategies health professionals can use to help mothers open up about the challenges they face when breastfeeding. It discusses issues facing mothers in making a decision to breastfeeding, supports and barriers facing breastfeeding mothers, methods for inspiring behavioral change, and describe methods to identify breastfeeding concerns and a conversational approach. The webinar concludes with a role-play scenario so attendees can see how to put these approaches into action.

 

Access Webinar Here: https://www.nichq.org/improving-our-approach-webinar?submissionGuid=f60d8acd-8b43-47d5-9a63-60a1f27289e3 

 

Keywords: Topic Overview, Programs and Initiatives, Clinicians, Panel, One hour or less, Maternal Health, Breastfeeding, Newborn Health, Respectful Maternity Care  

 

Reviewed By: Manyi Tang

 

 

 

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