Other Conferences and Events
21 Dec '16
It is widely accepted that breastfeeding is best for all infants.Read More…
However, some infants and mothers may face challenges in establishing and maintaining breastfeeding. These difficulties are exacerbated for infants with complex medical presentations, including structural, cardio-respiratory, gastroenterological and neurodevelopmental anomalies. The impact of early hospitalisation brings another level of complexity to this already challenging situation.
This two-day evidence-based lecture series is targeted towards speech pathologists, lactation specialists, other allied health, nursing and medical professionals working with neonates and infants with feeding difficulties. This seminar aims to improve feeding outcomes for infants and mothers through a collaborative team approach in an advanced clinical practice context.
The Possums Conferences 2017 - New clinical tools for early life care: Mood, breastfeeds, sleep and crying
The Possums Conferences 2017 - New clinical tools for early life care: Mood,breastfeeds, sleep and crying.Read More…
Venue: Brisbane Convention Centre
Details: Possums Education offers a new cross disciplinary and integrated approach to the complex problems of feeds, sleep, unsettled infant behaviour, and parent mental health in early life, opening up the latest research and challenging accepted orthodoxy across a range of topics. We invite you to join Associate Professor Pamela Douglas (Adjunct), Professor Helen Ball, Dr Christina Smillie, Dr Howard Chilton, and other experienced clinicians and researchers for this 3 day conference.
The Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA) is excited to present its 2017 Seminar Series for Health Professionals ‘Breastfeeding: positioning for better outcomes’ *plus online webinar and special Australian Showcase options*.
Details: A series of one day seminars held in major capital cities around Australia as well as online,presenting the latest evidence-based information and research by experts in infant and maternal healthcare. Attend one program at the venue closest to you and watch our special Australian Showcase online to earn extra professional development points. ABA is a registered training organisation and is now in its 12th year of hosting Seminars.
Who should attend these seminars? These Seminars would benefit any healthcare professional working with breastfeeding families, including: • Lactation Consultants • Maternal and Child Health Nurses • Midwives • Paediatric Nurses • Dieticians • Speech Therapists • Medical Doctors • Breastfeeding Counsellors • Community Educators • Allied Health Professionals - Professional development points have been applied for.
7 - 9 July 2017
Updated 1 December 2016