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Reclaiming an African American Tradition: Breastfeeding
Speaker: Kimarie Bugg, DNP, FNP-BC, MPH, IBCLC,CLC
  1. Provide change management expertise and training to create and integrate community resources for maternity services in communities with low breastfeeding rates and high health disparities.
  2. Explain the importance of the history of breastfeeding.
Dazed and Confused After Discharge: Breastfeeding Support is Different Once Families Go Home
Speaker: Liz Brooks, JD, IBCLC, FILCA
  1. Describe three clinical breastfeeding situations, in the immediate postpartum period, that rarely persist after hospital discharge.
  2. Identify three key phrases and new techniques for effective breastfeeding support
  3. Learn five reliable web-based resources for parents to use after discharge for assistance with breastfeeding issues
Conflict of Interest BINGO: Pens and Pizza Change the Way You Think
Speaker: Liz Brooks, JD, IBCLC, FILCA
  1. Define a personal conflict of interest, and compare it to a professional conflict of interest.
  2. Identify sections in IBCLC practice-guiding documents (IBLCE Code of Professional Conduct, Scope of Practice, Clinical Competencies and ILCA Standards of Practice) that caution against conflicts-of interest in the clinical care of breastfeeding/chestfeeding and human milk using families.
  3. Describe three methods used by commercial interests to persuade “thought leaders” (revered experts) in clinical fields to assist in the marketing of commercial products.
Speaker: Andrea Serano, CLC, IBCLC
  1. Identify the process and importance of engaging the African American community through social media.
  2. Identify 2 ways how to promote extended lactation support for African American families through different social medias.
  3. Identify 2 ways of how moms receive support  and information within their communities.
What’s Too “Friendly” for Breastfeeding Helpers on Social Media? Legal and Ethical Implications of On-line Clinical Care
Speaker: Liz Brooks, JD, IBCLC, FILCA
  1. Identify two mandatory practice-guiding documents the IBCLC must follow, and one voluntary practice-guiding document the IBCLC should follow.
  2. Explain the difference between sharing electronic health records online, and using social media for clinical information
  3. Describe three ways that social media use for lactation support can compromise patient/client care for the clinician
  4. Define three ways to provide education and information on-line, while protecting patient/client privacy 


Dare to TRANSFORM: Peer to Peer Support
Speaker: Tenesha Sellers, BS, CLC
  1. Explain the importance of peer to peer support within the community.
  2. Describe the importance of breastfeeding vs the benefits of breastfeeding.
  3. List 3 barriers of breastfeeding within the community and 3 importance of breastfeeding.
  4. Empower moms to hold space and time for others while facilitating a peer to peer support group.
Litigation & Lactation: Protecting Breastfeeding in Divorce, Custody, Separation, and Foster Care Cases
Speaker: Liz Brooks, JD, IBCLC, FILCA
  1. Identify the IBCLC's four practice-guiding documents describing legal and ethical obligations to a lactation patient/client.
  2. Describe the difference between a fact witness and an expert witness in a legal case.
  3. Understand factors preventing an IBCLC from serving as an expert witness in a lawsuit.
  4. Explain why it is not a conflict of interest for an expert witness to be compensated for working on a case.
Action Planning for Equity
Speaker: Kimarie Bugg, DNP, FNP-BC, MPH, IBCLC,CLC
  1. List 3 ways you can improve equity in your practice.
  2. Describe 3 inequities in your community.

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