Emergency Care of the Breastfeeding Dyad Webinar

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Includes a Live Web Event on 10/19/2022 at 12:00 PM (CDT)

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Emergency Care of the Breastfeeding Dyad
10/19/2022 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes
10/19/2022 at 12:00 PM (CDT)   |  60 minutes "Emergency Care of the Breastfeeding Dyad" is an overview of the importance of breastfeeding support by emergency department staff as well as knowledge necessary to effectively provide support and care to the breastfeeding dyad in the emergency department.
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Emergency Care of the Breastfeeding Dyad Certificate
1.0 CEU credit  |  Certificate available
1.0 CEU credit  |  Certificate available Emergency Care of the Breastfeeding Dyad Certificate

"Emergency Care of the Breastfeeding Dyad" is an overview of the importance of breastfeeding support by emergency department staff as well as knowledge necessary to effectively provide support and care to the breastfeeding dyad in the emergency department. 

                                                    

Hannah Pye

MSN, RN, CEN

Hannah Pye is a certified emergency nurse working as full-time nursing faculty while pursuing her DNP degree. Hannah is passionate about breastfeeding success and believes emergency department nurses can play a key role in breastfeeding support. 

Provider approved by the California State Board of Nursing, Provider # CEP17490 for 1 continuing education credits

This course is - Clinical / Accredited

  • Describe basic breastfeeding physiology
  • Identify two benefits of breastfeeding for both mother and child
  • Identify one reason breastfeeding support in the emergency department is key to breastfeeding success 
  • Be familiar with evidence-based breastfeeding information and where to find it
  • Identify absolute contraindication to breastfeeding
  • Identify three ways your emergency department can provide better support to the breastfeeding dyad