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Our highly acclaimed LEAARC-approved BreastEd Course prepares you to become a Lactation Consultant.

CERPs & Continuing Education

CERPs & Continuing Education

Our courses & lectures are perfect for gaining CERPs and keeping up to date with the latest research & practices.

Expert Lectures

Experts in Lactation

Recorded presentations on a range of lactation topics by Lactation Professionals from around the world.

New Year Discounts - One Month Only!

Is this the year you become an IBCLC? Or perhaps secure a new position or promotion by studying further? Get ahead and start your studies fresh in 2015!

Celebrate the New Year by taking advantage of huge discounts on our BreastEd courses and packages from now until February 1st - perfect for IBLCE Exam Prep or Continuing Education!

BreastEd Courses (individual) - Save $129

  • Enroll in four or more BreastEd Courses in one transaction and receive $129 off the total price (ie one of them for free!)
  • Use the coupon code, "JANBE15"

LEAARC Approved Full BreastEd Program - Save $250!

  • LEAARC Programs are of the highest standard, which meets and exceeds the IBLCE exam requirements in quality, comprehensiveness and length.
  • Enroll in "LEAARC Approved Program" of all 10 BreastEd courses and receive 20% off!
  • Includes 12 months access to course materials and experienced tutors.
  • Meets and exceeds the pre-exam requirements - 120 hours total.
  • Use the coupon code "LEAARC15" when you enroll.
  • Earn CERPs on all Health e-Learning courses.


Enroll here and don't forget to enter the coupon codes (above) to receive your discount! These offers available until February 1st only!

Breastfeeding Culture

Listen to health professionals from all around the World present breastfeeding in their culture. FREE lectures.

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Recent Articles

Breastfeeding for HIV-Positive Mothers by Pamela Morrison, IBCLC

from The La Leche League International Journal, Breastfeeding Today, November 2014

Breastfeeding with HIV has always been a controversial issue and in the last decade there have been many changes to the recommendations worldwide. Initially, breastfeeding while the mother was HIV-positive was considered to be contraindicated. Yet, the impact of exclusive use of commercially manufactured infant milk, for babies of HIV-positive mothers, had severe consequences. Not only is commercially manufactured infant milk expensive and culturally less acceptable in many countries, it also requires safe preparation. Infants who are fed commercially manufactured infant milk are at a higher risk of diarrhea, respiratory and ear infections, as well as childhood obesity, diabetes and sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), and leukemia (Stube, 2009).

Pregnancy and Lactation-Related Loss and Grief

Being pregnant, for most women, is a wonderful, exciting, period.  They have wanted to start a family and this is the beginning of their adventure.  For others, the pregnancy may have been a nice surprise or it may be a difficult, unwanted, experience.  Life experiences are not always what we expect.

Sometimes, women have read numerous pregnancy books and then their pregnancy does not follow what the texts indicate.  This also goes for the birth experience.  One woman may dream of an idealized, beautiful, un-medicated water birth, while another, clearly having made up her mind that she wants a pain free birth, will opt for an epidural.


Free Lectures

Free Lectures

View the list of all the great topics presented by international speakers and available to you at no cost.

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Baby Friendly

Step2 Education

Online lactation education program for Hospitals and Health Groups requiring staff education.

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