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2024 NZLCA Conference
Watch Online: 9 February to 3 March 2024
2024 Conference Programme
All presentations are 60 minutes unless otherwise stated
Cyclone Gabrielle: Experiences of a Tairawhiti/Gisborne Lactation Consultant and colleagues during an emergency
NAOMI HULL and LIBBY SALMON
Building Policy Coalitions: A Case Study of Reframing Breastfeeding Around First Food Security in Australia 75 minutes
Improving visibility and investments in breastfeeding
1. The U.S. Formula Crisis: Colonial roots, contemporary inequities and policy solutions for overcoming lactation inequities
2. Enabling Breastfeeding Success in a Market-Driven World: The 2023 Lancet Breastfeeding Series
Instagram and the IBCLC: Ethics, Privacy, Misinformation and Maternal Mental Health
Informed Decision Making: Gaining Skills with Tricky Breastfeeding-Related Conversations
Look, Listen, Learn – Breastfeeding and Lactation Clinical Case Studies
Providing Lactation Support for the Neurodiverse Family - A Team Approach
Craniosacral Therapy and Tongue-tie: Natural Companions
Tongue-tie Pathways in Aotearoa New Zealand. How Far Have We Come?
1. “More breastfeeding support in a coffee shop than on the paediatric ward”: Mothers experiences of breastfeeding their children with medical complexity
2. How to support families with sleep while prioritising attachment and responsive feeding
Cannabis Use While Breastfeeding: An Evidence-Based Approach
How Lactation and Food Allergies Intersect: What We Know & How We Can Help
The impact of lactation on maternal cardiovascular health: A review of the evidence
1. What Does Breastfeeding Mean for Fertility?
2. Managing Low Weight Gain & Low Milk Production in the Breastfeeding Dyad
1. Seeing the Bigger Picture: Finding Clues In Our Breastfeeding Clients’ Surroundings
2. When Evidence and Empathy Aren’t Enough: Changing Your Lactation Practice to Boost Client Success
To meet your ongoing education requirements, NZLCA is offering you a total of 20.25 hours education hours to watch online. Choose as few or as many as you want for one price!
Member Earlybird – prior to 5 December 2023 – $365
Member Full – after 5 December 2023 – $415
Non-Member Earlybird – prior to 5 December 2023 – $415
Non-Member – after 5 December 2023 – $465
Evidence of NZLCA 2024 membership will be required for the member rate. Fees are in NZ dollars and include GST.
Total Cerps Allocated: 14 L and 6.25 E CERPs
Recognition Number: C202403
Pre-Exam Education Hours: 20.25
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.
NZLCA has been accepted by International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners® (IBLCE®) as a CERP Provider for the listed Continuing Education Recognition Points (CERPs) programme. Determination of CERPs eligibility or CERPs Provider status does not imply IBLCE®’s endorsement or assessment of education quality. INTERNATIONAL BOARD OF LACTATION CONSULTANT EXAMINERS®, IBLCE®, INTERNATIONAL BOARD CERTIFIED LACTATION CONSULTANT®, and IBCLC® are registered marks of the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.