Baby Behavior for Regional Breastfeeding Liaisons
Baby Behavior messages have been successful in improving infant-feeding practices by addressing common “trigger” behaviors for overfeeding, such as infant crying and waking. This pre-recorded series of webinars will provide the skills and tools that professionals need to better understand the range of infant behaviors often misinterpreted by parents and to use research-based counseling techniques to successfully drive behavior change.
- Part 1: Baby Behavior Beginnings and Approach
- Part 2: Understanding Infant States and Cues
- Part 3: Understanding Infant Crying and Sleep
- Part 4: Newborn Behavior and the Big 3 Early Breastfeeding Challenges
At the end of the sessions, attendees will be able to:
- List 2 common infant behaviors that may trigger weaning and/or overfeeding behaviors.
- Describe at least 2 beliefs which convinced mothers that their healthy newborns needed supplementation during the hospital stay.
- Demonstrate recognition of various infant states and cues.
- Demonstrate ability to communicate messages about infant crying and soothing.
- Demonstrate ability to communicate the differences between active and quiet sleep.
- Differentiate behavioral causes to common early breastfeeding difficulties.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply Baby Behavior knowledge to specific case studies.
Continuing Education Units
- Part 1: CA BRN – 1.0; IBLCE – 1.0 R-Cerps
- Part 2: CA BRN – 1.0; IBLCE – 1.0 L-Cerps
- Part 3: CA BRN – 1.0; IBLCE – 1.0 L-Cerps
- Part 4: CA BRN – 1.0; IBLCE – 1.0 L-Cerps
- For each part: CDR - Continuing Education Hours are applicable to Registered Dietitians as part of their Professional Development Portfolio.
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