Our 25th annual International Breastfeeding Conference held January 15-18 in Deerfield Beach, Florida, was a huge success! Thank you to everyone who took part in our fun, educational and inspiring week. Here’s what some of the attendees had to share about our event:
- Overall the conference was absolutely amazing. All the presenters were terrific. This event is much needed for the CLC/IBCLC community. It really ties everything that we learn and practice in our daily profession together.
- This year was my 2nd year attending the conference, and I love the Pre-Conference just as much as the Core Conference. I was looking forward to it this year, and it did not disappoint. Thank you!
- My favorite conference ever, a wholehearted event. LOVE LOVE LOVE
To extend the conference’s value, we’ve compiled the presentations from the week. Whether you missed the event and want to check out the topics discussed, or attended and want to download the materials for reference or to share with colleagues, see below for a complete list of resources.
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2019 International Conference Resources
- All Families Welcome: What Do We Mean By That? Creating a Culture of Support for Diverse Families
- Experience of Perceived Barriers and Enablers of Safe Uninterrupted Skin-to-Skin Contact During the First Hour After Birth in Uganda
- Hands-On Interventions in Breastfeeding: Consequences for Breastfeeding Outcomes
- Newborn Behavior to Locate the Breast when Skin-to-skin: A Possible Method for Enabling Early Self-Regulation
- Effect of immediate and continuous mother-infant skin-to-skin contact on breastfeeding self-efficacy of primiparous women: a randomised control trial
- Experience of the First Breastfeeding Session in Association with the Use of the Hands-On Approach by Healthcare Professionals: A Population-Based Swedish Study
- Severe breastfeeding difficulties: Existential lostness as a mother—Women’s lived experiences of initiating breastfeeding under severe difficulties
- Risk factors for suboptimal infant breastfeeding behavior, delayed onset of lactation, and excess neonatal weight loss.
- “It wasn’t working. ” Women’s experiences with short-term breastfeeding
- A descriptive qualitative review of the barriers relating to breast-feeding counselling.
- The implementation of the HOT program at the Royal Women’s Hospital.
- Breastfeeding in Bristol: teaching good positioning, and support from fathers and families.
- Effects of mother-infant skin-to-skin contact on severe latch-on problems in older infants: a randomized trial.
- Research about Skin to Skin
- Practices that Facilitate or Hinder Breastfeeding
- How the Biological Recipe of Milk Differs for Sons and Daughters
- Impact of Community-Based Doulas on First Food Equity
- Investigations of Mother’s Milk at the Intersection of the Life Sciences and Social Sciences
- L.E.A.R.N. Lactation Education Across Rural Nebraska
- Linkages Between Breastfeeding, Environmental Health, and Obesity
- Mother’s Baby, Father’s Maybe? Honoring the Role Men Play in Breastfeeding Support and Promotion
- Skin-to-Skin and the Initiation of Breastfeeding After Cesarean Surgery
- Skin-to-Skin Contact: Moving the Conversation On, What Have We Learned and Where Do We Need to Go?
- Research about Skin to Skin
- Implementation Algorithm to Improve Skin-to-Skin Practice in the First Hour After Birth
- The Association Between Common Labor Drugs and Suckling When Skin-to-Skin During the First Hour After Birth
- Mapping, Measuring, and Analyzing the Process of Skin-to-Skin Contact and Early Breastfeeding in the First Hour After Birth
- Stunted Futures: The Impact of Complementary Feeding Policy Gaps on Nutrition and Health of Infants and Young Children
- The Effects of Synthetic Oxytocin and Other Birth Practices on Infant Feeding
- Under Pressure: Toxic Stress, Motherhood, and Breastfeeding