Who’s in Charge? The Ethics of Control in Decision-making Related to Infant Feeding
Lactation professionals may respond to indecisive or ambivalent mothers by directly or indirectly “taking over” infant feeding decisions. In this pre-recorded webinar, Dr. Heinig presents the ethical considerations of this process and provide options to enable professionals to promote informed and involved decision-making among new mothers.
At the end of the session, attendees will be able to:
- Describe 2 ethical challenges to promoting infant feeding practices among indecisive or ambivalent mothers
- List 2 methods to increase mothers’ involvement in infant-feeding decision-making
Continuing Education Units
- CA BRN – 1.0 Contact Hours
- IBLCE – 1.0 E-Cerps
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