- Feeding Infants in Emergencies
- Mothers Need Good Quality Breastfeeding Support
- Neonatal Hypoglycemia
- Breastfeeding, Tongue-Tie and Frenotomy
- The Economics of Breastfeeding
- Pregnancy and Lactation-Related Loss and Grief
- Implications of Cesarean Delivery for Breastfeeding Outcomes and Strategies to Support Breastfeeding
- Guidelines for Blood Glucose Monitoring and Treatment of Hypoglycemia in Term and Late-Preterm
- Re-examination of old truths: replication of a study to measure the incidence of lactational mastitis in breastfeeding women
- Donor Human Milk
- Expansion of the Baby – Friendly Hospital Initiative Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding into Neonatal Intensive Care Expert Group Recommendations
- A Narrative Review and Case Report: Frenotomy Procedure in Neonate with Tongue-Tie
- An ethical dilemma: should recommending antenatal expressing and storing of colostrum continue?
- Reverse Pressure Softening
- Social drugs and breastfeeding
- Mothers and babies and HIV: What is the risk of breastfeeding?
- The Anatomy of Infant Sucking
- When the Back of the Baby’s Head is Held to Attach the Baby to the Breast
- Milk Secretion: An overview
- Falling in Love: The chemistry of the first breastfeed
Breastfeeding is as nature intended it to be. Research into breastmilk and lactation provides us with a science behind the act of nature. The world is a vast place and peoples in each region of the world have lived with different weather conditions, housing arrangements, dietary intakes and religious beliefs. Breastfeeding may not be very different between cultures, however all those other factors impact on breastfeeding outcomes. From 2008 - 2011, in our annual GOLD conference we included a segment titled "Capturing Breastfeeding Culture Worldwide" to allow us all to reach out and touch the nature of breastfeeding in a culture other than our own.
It is hoped that you will all enjoy the opportunity to expand your knowledge about health, birthing and breastfeeding during the presentation of these sessions. The speakers are all experts in their regions and are directly involved in working with mothers and breastfeeding babies.
All of these presentations are offered to you for free.
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