Breastfeeding the Compromised Infant

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“Breastfeeding the Compromised Infant” is a workshop designed to help health professionals promote and support breastfeeding during potential problems in the compromised infant that can impact breastfeeding. Prior attendance at the Breastfeeding Management course is helpful. Content includes: Human Milk for Preterm infants, Pumping- Establishing and maintaining milk supply, Skin to Skin contact, Initiating latch, Continuing Breastfeeding, Going home, Other infant situations in the NICU.

4.0 Continuing education hours provided by DSHS (CME, CNE, L-CERP, Dietician, CHE).

Seton Associates Register in SLC 

For more information contact: Ruth Johnson RN-BC, BSN 
Clinical Education Center @ Brackenridge, Nursing Education or 512-324-7000, ext. 88230



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