TAUTOKO ŪKAIPŌ MAI I TŌ T TOU AO
Lactation Support Around Our World
Watch the NZLCA 2022 Conference Online: 11 February to 6 March 2022
Lactation Consultants and Breastfeeding Advocates from around the world are supporting NZLCA to provide you with up-to-date information and recommended best practices.
This is an online conference offering pre-recorded sessions which can be viewed at any time between 11 February and 6 March 2022.
2022 Conference Programme
All presentations are 60 minutes
TAMARA KARU, KAREN PALMER and LIBBY GRAY
How do non-Māori partner Wahine Māori to navigate a system that wasn’t designed for them?
The Unique Needs of Non-Gestational Parents: Adoption, Surrogacy, LGBTQIA+ and More
Neonatal Pain: The Evidence and the Knowledge to Action Gap
Applying learning about complex cases to IBCLC clinical practice within New Zealand
Breastmilk Storage and Handling in the Home Setting
Changing Baby Sleep Conversations in the UK - the role of DISC and Basis
Online Resources For IBCLCs, IBLCE Exam Candidates, and Breastfeeding Advocates
COVID-19 Guidance for Maternal and Newborn Care: Who’s doing what and why?
Breastfeeding Twins and Triplets: Supporting Families During Their Breastfeeding Journey
Labours of Love: Relactation Experiences and Outcomes
Benign Breast Disease During Pregnancy and Lactation
Surgical Management of Nipple and Breast Wounds in Lactation
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Lactation
Baby-led Weaning: What the Lactation Professional Should Know
Breastfeeding Aversion: Current and Future Research
Christina’s Story: Breastfeeding with HIV
Our Digital World: The Ethics of Breastfeeding Support Through Social Media
for Millennials and Generation Z
The Biology of the Mammary Gland in Lactation
Ankyloglossia : what we know
Covid-19 has affected us all in a variety of ways. To meet your ongoing education requirements, NZLCA is offering you a bumper number of education hours at a one-off heavily discounted rate.
MEMBERS $295 NON-MEMBERS $355
Evidence of NZLCA 2022 membership will be required for the member rate. Fees are in NZ dollars and include GST.
IBLCE Pre-exam education hours; up to 20 hours approved.
Total CERPS allocated: 15 L; 2 E; 3R CERPS.
IBLCE CERPS Approval Number: C202203.
This event has been approved up to 20 hours by the NZ Midwifery Council.
Certificates will be provided based on the number of online presentations completed.