Breastfeeding Basics for Healthcare professionals

This talk covers the basics of breastfeeding for professionals working with mothers and families. Breastfeeding can be a significant adjustment for new mothers, who often require support from an informed professional.

 

Sections:

1. Anatomy and Physiology of breastfeeding

2. Latching and positioning

3. Building confidence and giving support to breastfeeding mothers

4. Common breast conditions

5. How much milk is enough?

6. Expression and storage of breastmilk

7. Breastfeeding and the implications for healthcare practice.

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