Two conferences for one

Help us celebrate that the #ILCA18 conference is now available in the Knowledge Center by enjoying two conferences for one.

For a very limited time, register for the #ILCA19 full in-person conference package and receive 60 days of online access to up to 19 select CERPs from #ILCA18.*

By registering now, your in-person registration can earn you up to 41 continuing education credits – more than half of the CERPs needed to complete recertification by continuing education!

To receive the two conferences for one, you must register for the #ILCA19 full conference by 30 April, so be sure to register now!

*Online access to the #ILCA18 content will become available immediately following the in-person conference and will be accessible for 60 days.

ILCA18 Sessions Available in this Offer:

Advocacy Needs, Strategies, and Outcomes: Applying Lessons Learned by ILCA’s Global Partner, ACCLAM, in Your Setting(Mariana Colmenares MD, IBCLC)

Deconstructing Fake Equity: Lessons Learned From a Dominant Culture Institution(Catherine Sullivan MPH, RD, LDN, IBCLC, RLC, FAND)

Gender and Queer Communities 101: Building a Foundation for Culturally Humble and Inclusive Care (Trevor MacDonald)

Global Partners Panel: Furthering the Global Breastfeeding Agenda through Collaborative Advocacy at the Local, National, Regional, and International Level (Global Partners)

Lactation Support in Disasters and Emergencies: Integrating Life Course, Psychosocial, and Human Rights Perspectives (Aunchalee Palmquist PhD, IBCLC)

Length of Stay and Breastfeeding Status Associated with Type of Milk Supplementation Among Late Preterm Infants in a Mother/Baby Unit: Results of a Retrospective Chart Review (Becky Mannel BS, BA, IBCLC, FILCA)

Preparing IBLCE Exam Candidates for Success: Lessons Learned From the First CAAHEP-Accredited Pathway 2 Program (Catherine Sullivan MPH, RD, LDN, IBCLC, RLC, FAND)

Safe and Sustainable Implementation of BFHI’s Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding: EMPower Breastfeeding and the New EMPower Training Initiative (Kathy Parry MPH, IBCLC, LMBT)

Safe Infant Sleep: Who Decides and on What Evidence? (James McKenna PhD)

SIDS and Colic: Do They Share the Same Breathing Control System Origin? (James McKenna PhD)

Skin-to-Skin Contact: Current Research and Mediating Mechanisms (Nils Bergman MB ChB, DCH, MPH, MD)

Step Up and Step Back: Guidance for Individuals and Institutions Addressing Inequity (Catherine Sullivan MPH, RD, LDN, IBCLC, RLC, FAND)

The Return of Breastsleeping: Humankind’s Oldest and Most Successful Sleep and Feeding Arrangement (James McKenna PhD)

The WHO International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes: Global Relevance and Contemporary Challenges (Terrie Wefwafwa HSC)

To Clip or Not to Clip? Clinical Dilemmas Regarding the Release of Posterior Tongue Tie and their Implications for Infant Feeding (Gina Weissman DMD, RN, IBCLC)

Using the Hazelbaker Assessment Tool for Lingual Frenulum Function: Guidance for Clinical Settings (Alison Hazelbaker PhD, IBCLC, FILCA, CST-T, RCST)

WHO Guidelines on Protection, Promotion, and Support of Breastfeeding: Current Updates and Guidance for Facilities Providing Birth and Newborn Services (Trish MacEnroe BS)

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If you registered for the full conference package at any time before 30 April, good news!
You will automatically receive the #ILCA18 online package.

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