Differential Diagnosis

Differential Diagnosis

Creating a Differential Diagnosis — What it is, why it’s important, why it’s not unethical for LCs to do, and how to do it. (And why an “Assessment” without a differential IS what’s forbidden). This talk will address the basic steps of creating a differential diagnosis and plan of action. We will look at how this process totally fits within the LC’s ethical obligations—indeed, how creating a differential diagnosis protects you from making a diagnosis and will improve your communication and relationships with doctors. We are offering free access to this presentation (first released as part of our Virtual Conference…
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An Introduction to Mindful Breastfeeding

An Introduction to Mindful Breastfeeding

Welcome to 'An Introduction to Mindful Breastfeeding'. This hour long course will introduce the concepts, key benefits and current research in the area of mindful breastfeeding. This course is aimed at getting practitioners thinking about how a mindful breastfeeding approach could be incorporated into their everyday practice when counselling and supporting families. LCGB Member? Don't forget to use the discount code (available in Members Discount, OWL area of the main LCGB website) for free access. ACCESS TO THIS COURSE IS ENDING SOON. DOWNLOAD YOUR CERTIFICATE BEFORE 31st AUGUST 2022
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LCGB Conference 2022

LCGB Conference 2022

Our second virtual conference hosts eight inspirational presentations released over two days which will continue to be available for three months+ after the event. For full details and booking visit https://lcgb.org/events/#!event-list This event will be of particular interest to IBCLCs, aspiring IBCLCs, midwives, health visitors, neonatal nurses, doctors, breastfeeding counsellors and peer supporters, all those working with families and babies. Tickets Available now!
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A History of Positioning and Attachment

A History of Positioning and Attachment

Please note:- the CERPs registration for this presentation expired on 20th June 2022 and no certificates are available after this date. This original recording uses historical theory and practice to develop excellence in evidence based practice for all those supporting breastfeeding and babies. A chronological analysis of recommended approaches to positioning and attachment during the newborn period. A research-based summary that clarifies which approaches make early breastfeeding easier, which make it more difficult, and why. Includes the information needed to implement a simplified breastfeeding initiation strategy designed to reduce the incidence of the 3 most common early problems, as well…
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