The Ameda Webinar Series has been developed to support health care professionals in promoting breastfeeding with mothers and soon-to-be mothers.
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Continuing Education Credits
If you'd like to obtain continuing education credits for your staff, apply through your institution or state board prior to showing the webinar to a larger audience. If a webinar content outline, objectives, or other documents are required, please request these through your Ameda Sales Specialist.
Breastfeeding – Why Parents and Healthcare Providers Should Care
Amy Spangler, MN, RN, IBCLC
- The evidence: the impact of individuals, hospital practice & federal initiatives on breastfeeding success
- Healthcare providers: part of the solution or part of the problem?
- Strategies for change: empowering health care providers to assist mothers with breastfeeding
The Biology and Chemistry of How Mother’s Milk Optimizes Preterm Infant Health
Sarah N. Taylor, MD, MSCR
Associate Professor, Division of Neonatology, Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC)
This webinar provides a comprehensive overview of mother’s milk composition and its critical role in infant development and supplementation. Specific topics include:
- Role of human milk in preterm infant gut maturation
- Evidence demonstrating the critical role of human milk in infant development
- Challenges to providing mother’s milk for preterm infants and the special supplementation needs for optimal growth
Establishing & Maintaining an Adequate Milk Supply For the Mother with a Preterm or High Risk Infant Who is Unable to Breastfeed at Birth
Pamela K. Murphy, PhD, MS, CNM, IBCLC
Clinical Development Manager, Ameda
This webinar provides actionable information for healthcare professionals caring for a mother and her preterm or high risk infant. Topics include the impact of hormones during lactation and key success factors in the establishment and maintenance of breast milk production.