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KLIC Annual Conference
 12TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Friday, September 19, 2014

Breastfeeding Protection and Promotion: Overcoming Clinical, Practice and Policy Barriers

 with
Julie Ware, MD, MPH, IBCLC
 
Laurie Nommsen-Rivers, PhD, IBCLC
 
Denise Barbier, OTR/L, MOT, CKC, CLC, CIMI, NMTC
Paroquet Springs Conference Center
Shepherdsville, Kentucky
(15 minutes south of Louisville on I-65)

Mail-in registration only; no on-line registration available.

Registration Deadline: September 5, 2014

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Agenda

Agenda

7:30 – 8:00:        Breakfast and Registration
 
8:00 – 8:15:        Opening Remarks
 
8:15-9:45           Julie Ware: The Landscape of Breastfeeding in Shelby County, Tennessee - From Barriers to Successes with "Not the Usual Suspects"  
 
9:45-10              Break
 
10:00-11:00       Julie Ware: The TIPQC (Tennessee Initiative for Perinatal Quality Improvement) Breast-feeding Promotion Projects - Connecting Silos of Care Across Tennessee
 
11-11:15            Break

11:15-12:30       Laurie Nommsen-Rivers: Maximizing Milk Output for the mother of a NICU infant
 
12:30-1:30         Lunch
 
1:30-2:45           Laurie Nommsen-Rivers: Lactation Insufficiency among Obese Women: Myths, Reality, and Unanswered Questions
 
2:45-3:15           Break
 
3:15-3:30           KLIC meeting
 
3:30-4:30           Denise Barbier: The State of Maternity Care Practices in Kentucky
 
4:30– 4:45         Closing Evaluations
Program Abstract

Program Abstract

The conference will be presented in lecture format with question and answer sessions.  At the completion of the conference the learner should be able to achieve the objectives presented with each topic.
 
The Landscape of Breastfeeding in Shelby County, Tennessee - From Barriers to Successes with "Not the Usual Suspects"  
Community activism to engage agencies and programs for the underserved as breastfeeding coalition partners.
 
The TIPQC - Connecting Silos of Care Across Tennessee
Report on implementation and outcomes of TIPQC goal to implement WHO Baby Friendly Steps to guide teams to change behaviors rooted in deep cultural nuances.
 
Maximizing Milk Output for the mother of a NICU infant
Present evidence-based information regarding strategies to maximize mother’s milk to infants not able to effectively feed at the breast.
 
Lactation Insufficiency among Obese Women: Myths, Reality, and Unanswered Questions
Determine underlying metabolic factors that may explain why some obese women have no difficulty lactating and others struggle to make enough milk
 
The State of Maternity Care Practices in Kentucky
Report on the progression of maternity care practices including Kangaroo Care, breastfeeding initiation, mother-infant separation, staff training in maternity care hospitals according to the mPINC scores for Kentucky and future opportunities for improvement.

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