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Physician Breastfeeding Education:

Improve Knowledge, Gain Confidence, and Learn Practical Skills

The Tools You Need To...

... care for the breastfeeding dyad in the first weeks.  Research shows that health care provider breastfeeding education improves breastfeeding rates.

Our course can help, if you want to: 

  • Improve your ability to guide breastfeeding families through the challenges of the first weeks postpartum
  • Improve physician breastfeeding education
  • Learn a clinically relevant and practical approach to support breastfeeding families
  • Improve breastfeeding duration at your practice

Physician Education Updates

Email Updates: Interested in improving healthcare provider breastfeeding education? These evidence-based updates are for you!

Learn More: Are you residency faculty?  Interested in learning more before committing? Fill out this form and we'll send you a detailed course outline to preview.

Ready to Go:  Are you ready to learn practical, clinically relevant skills to help your families navigate breastfeeding in the first weeks postpartum? Interested in obtaining 4.75 AAFP CME or 5 CERPs credit?  Let's get started!

 

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Primary Care Breastfeeding Support:  The First Weeks

A great resource for resident education. 

Fill out the form and receive a link for a FREE downloadable pdf with course content outline.  Email updates include 50% OFF coupon for residency faculty and residents. 

Tricia Stepanek, MD

"Dr. Witt’s course is essential for any provider who interacts with a woman during her breastfeeding journey, whether antepartum, intrapartum, or postpartum. As an obstetrician, we often lack the necessary training to advise breastfeeding patients. This course provides a comprehensive overview of common breastfeeding problems as well as an approach to their workup and treatment that I will use daily in my current practice."

Course Highlights

Breastfeeding Physiology

Evaluating the Breastfeeding Dyad

Common Challenges

Tools to Meet the Challenges

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