Breastfeeding: When Second Nature Isn’t — Maternal Problems That May Hinder Successful Breastfeeding

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Instructor: Kathryn Alden

Length: 3 hours

This workshop focuses on identifying and managing common problems of breastfeeding mothers. Problems to be discussed include engorgement, sore nipples, clogged ducts, mastitis, and yeast infection.

    At the end of this program, participants will be able to:
  • Identify common breastfeeding problems.
  • Describe strategies for managing each identified problem.
  • Discuss strategies for helping breastfeeding mothers understand how to manage problems.

Audience: RNs, LPNs