Workshop for Birth, Lactation and Early Parenting Professionals
Saturday, November 4, 2017, Kansas City, MO (Overland Park)
6 Contact Hours Credit (North Carolina Nurses Association, ICEA, DONA, CAPPA); 6 CERP-L credits
- Help parents prevent and solve problems around baby’s eating, sleeping, crying and attachment
- Promote breastfeeding duration
- Discover dynamic strategies to enhance parent learning
- See The HUG in action with Jan and a mother and baby
- Join professionals from your community
This continuing nursing education activity was approved by the North Carolina Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation; and for CERP-L credit by IBLCE.
Objectives of Workshop
- Describe the HUG strategies: “Start Here, not There,” “See then Share,” “Gaze then Engage.”
- Describe how information on newborn Zones and SOSs can help parents calm their baby, help baby sleep and eat well, and help the baby play so s/he can learn and grow.
- Describe developmental events impacting breastfeeding: prenatally; at birth, at two weeks, at one month; when mother returns to work; at four months, six months, nine months, and twelve months (Roadmap to Breastfeeding Success).
- Describe evidence-based resources to facilitate mothers’ understanding of child development, enhance parents’ confidence, and promote successful breastfeeding.
Click The Roadmap to Breastfeeding Success to see Jan’s peer-reviewed article.
Date: Saturday, November 4, 2017
Time: 9 AM – 4 PM
Location: KU Regent Center; Overland Park, KS
Faculty: Jan Tedder, BSN, FNP, IBCLC
Jan has served families as a nurse practitioner and lactation consultant for decades. Her well received program has been presented in 14 countries and around the USA. Jan was recognized as the NC Maternal Child Health Nurse of the Year and given the Innovative Nursing Practice and the Community Nursing Award.