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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 as details about online resources freely available to families.
It will be of interest to IBCLCs, aspiring IBCLCs, midwives, health visitors, neonatal nurses, doctors, breastfeeding counsellors and peer supporters, all those working with families and babies.
Freely available through the generous support of ELACTA