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16th Annual Conference

Ethics and Building Community Lactation Support for ALL Families

October 19 and 20, 2018

Big Spring Country Club

5901 Dutchman’s Lane
Louisville, KY 40205
(502)  459-2622
Parking in the rear of the clubhouse.

with

Elizabeth “Liz” Brooks, JD, IBCLC, FILCA


And Faculty from Reaching our Sisters Everywhere (ROSE):  

Kimarie Bugg, DNP, FNP-BC, MPH, IBCLC, CLC
Andrea Serano, CLC, IBCLC
Tenesha Sellers, BS, CLC

    

    Download the conference brochure here

    Register online at Eventbrite


You are invited to attend our 16th annual Kentuckiana Lactation Improvement Coalition Breastfeeding Conference for 2 separate days of learning about ethics and building community for lactation support. These days are packed with quality continuing education for lactation professionals and related fields (i.e. RN, RN, SLP, OT, PT, MD, DMD. etc) as well as community supporters (i.e. parents, advocates, peer-to-peer supporters). Each day of sessions will focus on ethical issues related to human lactation and work to build community support for every type of family. The goal of the conference is to bring lactation supporters and advocates together to continue to build community support and networks that increase lactation success rates in the Kentuckiana area. 

Friday:
  • Reclaiming an African American Tradition: Breastfeeding    Kimarie Bugg
  • Dazed and Confused After Discharge: Breastfeeding Support is Different Once Families Go Home  Liz Brooks
  • Conflict of Interest BINGO: Pens and Pizza Change the Way You Think    Liz Brooks
  • #NowWatchMeNurse: Social Media and Breastfeeding    Andrea Serano
  • What's too "friendly" for an IBCLC on Social Media?  Legal and Ethical Implications of online Clinical Care    Liz Brooks

Saturday:

  • Dare to TRANSFORM:Peer to Peer Support      Tenesha Sellers
  • Litigation and Lactation: Protecting Breastfeeding in Divorce, Custody, or Separation and in Foster care.       Liz Brooks
  • Presentation by the Lactation Improvement Coalition of Kentucky (LINK)
  • Action Planning for Equity    Kimarie Bugg
  • Discussion/Q&A: Where do we go from here in building peer-to-peer support in Kentucky?

Both conference days will include continental breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack as well as beverages. KBN, IBLCE and RDN continuing education hours have been requested. CERPS will include E-CERPs!

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