Practices to Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding: Managing Common Challenges eCourse

Impact breastfeeding rates by helping families overcome problems.

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Practices to Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding: Managing Common Challenges eCourse

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Facilitator's Guide


Preview Module 2This expert-reviewed online course helps organizations raise exclusive breastfeeding rates by showing maternity staff how to apply more advanced evidence-based strategies.

Three 30-minute modules cover the most common breastfeeding challenges that can
occur between birth and discharge:

  • Module 1: Newborn Challenges – Sleepy baby, fussy baby/2nd night issues, jaundice, hypoglycemia, late preterm babies, multiples
  • Module 2: Latch-Related Challenges & Nipple Pain – Correcting positioning and latch, oral variations, flat nipples, nipple shields, engorgement, assessing and treating sore nipples
  • Module 3: Milk Production Challenges & Supplementation – Addressing concerns, maximizing milk production, identifying risk of delayed or failed milk production, supplemental feeding methods and feeding plans


Includes Facilitator's Guide with ideas and handouts for in-service group sessions.


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Additional Information

Language(s) Available in English Only
Closed Captioned English Only
Release Year 2016
Price Call for pricing. System-wide license and single-user version available.


"As an IBCLC I was thoroughly impressed with the content of this course. I would highly recommend it as a required course for anyone working on a Mother-Baby Unit." - Leslie Barker IBCLC, RN
"Great graphics, great videos embedded into the content, and I really liked how relevant the content was."  -Jane Leach, PhD, RNC, IBCLC (Nurse Educator)
"InJoy has provided evidenced-based information for challenging lactation cases, videos that will guide you to becoming effective and confident in your practice, as well as case studies and quiz questions that will test your knowledge."  -Kathleen A. Cable, RN, BSN, IBCLC, RLC
"I enjoyed this course. It was both useful and instructive, and was presented in a pleasant, easy-to-follow format." -Debbie Malkamaki, RN (Staff Nurse)

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