Win a FREE ILCA Membership! How has ILCA Membership Impacted Your Practice?


THANK YOU for your response to our recent ILCA membership survey. We learned new things and confirmed what you have shared with us before – like just how much you value the Journal of Human Lactation and your free continuing education. (A lot! Nearly 97% of you rate JHL or free continuing education as the MOST important ILCA benefit.) Your answers are helping us shape your member benefits package.

We want to hear more! Share with us how ILCA membership impacts you, and you’ll be entered in a random drawing to win an ILCA membership.

Here are  some questions we’d love to hear more about. Pick one to answer and leave your response in the comments. You’ll receive a second entry if you also paste your answer into the comments on THIS THREAD on Facebook. Watch here for the winner: we will select a winner by random draw on 1 October 2018.

  • How has ILCA membership impacted your practice?
  • What would you tell a colleague about the value of ILCA membership?
  • What ILCA benefit is most important to you? Why?
  • Or anything else you’d like us to know about why ILCA is important to you.

Your comments will certainly help guide our thinking about ILCA membership, and may be used as a part of the materials we use to help others learn about ILCA.

Thank you for helping us learn more about what matters most to you about ILCA.

6 Responses to Win a FREE ILCA Membership! How has ILCA Membership Impacted Your Practice?

  1. Ihudiebube-Splendor, Chikaodili N. 6 September 2018 at 14:55 #

    ILCA has enabled me to create practice change in my community, supporting families with various challenges in the practice of exclusive breastfeeding.

  2. Sarah 11 September 2018 at 07:35 #

    Ilca has given me confidence in promoting and supporting breastfeeding to mothers with challenges in a kenyan urban slums of informal settlement. The journal and current updates all sum up to the great wealth of knowledge and experience.

  3. Julia 11 September 2018 at 21:02 #

    Me gustaría estar actualizada en muchos temas, ojalá pudiesen tener traducción al idioma Español, también considerando aquella Consejera con años de trabajo en el areá.

  4. Shaneela 12 September 2018 at 22:40 #

    Iam a Paediatrician & deals with mothers on regular basis who had issue with their latch & other lactation related issues, through ILCA membership, my knowledge and practice will get strengthen regarding breast feeding related issues and mothers will definitely get benefit through it!

  5. Yocheved Herrmann-Blanton 13 September 2018 at 09:55 #

    Every year I “sell” ILCA memberships to my colleagues as the best value/resource for CERPS. I work in a large hospital in the US. The biggest challenge is renewals come at Holiday time and cash is short! Plus more to join USA…I wish there was a “mini” free trial ILCA membership option: no CERPS, no JHL, but membership in our organization. I value the email posts. So those would come with a mini free trial membership. Reduced price of CERPS as well. After 6 months, trIal members can continue OR for $10 US per month, go to full membership Our organization would have a greater voice if all IBCLCs were members! Plus other lactation supporters: WIC Peer Counselors, volunteers in peer2peer organizations, students, EVERONE who “gets it” that breastfeeding is a human right!

    • lactationmatters 13 September 2018 at 10:00 #

      Thank you so much for your comments and your active recruitment of members. We are passing your suggestions directly on to our staff. We hear you. In addition to exploring the options you suggest, we also want you to know that ILCA membership is now on an “anniversary” cycle versus a “calendar year” cycle. Members can join at ANY time and get 12 months of membership. If someone renews before their membership has expired, 12 months is added from their expiration date. This frees up people to not lose out on valuable membership time if they join after the first of the year.

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