The purpose of the 6th Annual Breastfeeding Networking Event is to strengthen community support for breastfeeding families. This event was created to bring together breastfeeding advocates in order to learn and share innovative ideas and strategies to strengthen breastfeeding outcomes. Folks outside of Santa Clara County are welcome to join!
Keynote speakers are Dr. Ifeyinwa Asiodu, RN, IBCLC, from the University of California and Kamilah Davis, MSW, PPSC, CPSS from County of Santa Clara Public Health Department. Speakers will focus on their work in breastfeeding and perinatal equity.
Event is approved by IBLCE (C2022250) for 0.75 L-CERP and 0.75 R-CERP.
We host doula circles every first, third (AND now 5th as well) Tuesday of each month from 6 pm-8 pm Pacific Time. Open to any and all Black, Indigenous, and other people of color (BIPOC) full-spectrum doulas and traditional birthkeepers, we gather to build community.
Each circle is an opportunity to share stories, ask questions, and share space with other birthworkers, healers, and support care advocates.
Haven’t heard of the Child and Adult Care Food Program? Not getting reimbursement for healthy meals you already serve children in your care during the day or afterschool? Or do you already participate and need a refresher on the meal patterns and new ideas for making your menu planning easier? This one-day powerhouse program is meant for you! Learn how the CACFP contributes to nutrition security and why you should participate. Get practical training on serving healthy meals. Discover ideas and resources you can use in your program immediately.
Earn up to 6 CEUs
Participants Will Be Able to Meet the Following Objectives
1. Identify new strategies to evaluate and treat common and uncommon cases in breastfeeding
2. Share ideas on clinical practice in breastfeeding medicine with colleagues.
3. Share patient education handouts and clinical protocols on breastfeeding medicine topics.
4. Identify areas of breastfeeding medicine where evidence is lacking, and where more research
IBCLC: IABLE, Long Term Provider #117-04, allocates 1.25 (L) CERP recognized by IBLCE for this Live
Webinar. The AAFP has reviewed Clinical Cases in Breastfeeding and Lactation Medicine, and deemed
it acceptable for 1.25 Prescribed credits
California has put in place a set of reforms aimed at expanding voter turnout and reducing the “participation gaps” along racial, ethnic, and age lines that have long created a divide between our population and our electorate. Have these changes – including the Voter’s Choice Act, changes in the timing of local elections, and programs such as Track My Ballot – resulted in measurable impacts on participation? The UC’s multicampus New Electorate Project has conducted a series of surveys, randomized field experiments, and studies of the phased implementation of reforms to provide rigorous evidence assessing these impacts. Faculty from the five participating campuses will present findings that assess the effects of California’s voting rights expansions.
Presented by Kayla Bitten, CCE- a doula, traditional midwifery student, and childbirth and lactation educator. She is the founder and executive director of The Postpartum Clinic and director of community group, Coloring Between The Lines (CBTL). This webinar will help registrants
- Understand the difference between creating marketing images and advertisement that is exploitative versus educational.
- Have the ability to determine target market through specific regional need.
- Have the ability to find images that are inclusive, diverse, and realistic of the many communities that body feed.
- Have the ability to create a marketing strategy specific to professional brand without the use of harmful or offensive language or imagery.
- Have clarity on the type of marketing and educational material needed to support the specific communities around the professional.
2 E CERPs/CNEs (Pending ANCC approval)
This monthly educational series is an exploration of the science of human lactation which aims to deepen understanding and explain our shared clinical observations. We look forward to showcasing researchers who have made it their lives’ work to contribute to an ever-growing foundation of science that will ultimately strengthen the roles that breastfeeding and human lactation play in the health of the lactating parent, child and family.