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This list is in alphabetical order by title but can be sorted by clicking in the titles in the header.

Package Name Topic Area L-CERPs E-CERPs R-CERPs Nursing
Contact
Hours
A Quick Guide to Stress-Free Baby-Led Weaning and Offering Table Foods PsychSocAnthro 2.5     2.5
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 01: Global Strategy Clinical Skills 1.6     1.6
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 02: Effective Communication Techniques Clinical Skills 2.0     2.0
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 03: Getting Milk from Breast to Baby Pathology 1.4     1.4
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 04: Promoting Breastfeeding During Pregnancy Clinical Skills 1.5     1.5
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 05: Birth Practices & Breastfeeding PsychSocAnthro 1.7     1.7
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 06: Helping with a Breastfeeding Techniques 2.7     2.7
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 07: Postpartum Practices that Assist with Breastfeeding Techniques 1.4     1.4
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 08: Milk Supply, Growth, & Infant Intake Dev&Nutrition 1.7     1.7
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 09: Supporting the Non-Breastfeeding Mother & Baby Clinical Skills 1.1     1.1
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 10: Infants and Mothers with Special Needs Physio&Endo 2.5     2.5
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 11: Breast and Nipple Concerns Pathology 1.7     1.7
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 12: When the Baby is Unable to Suckle Physio&Endo 1.8     1.8
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 13: Ongoing Support for Breastfeeding Clinical Skills 1.5     1.5
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 14: Protecting Breastfeeding Clinical Skills 2.0     2.0
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 15: Making Your Hospital Baby-Friendly Clinical Skills 1.8     1.8
Babywearing 101: Helping Parent Wear their Newborn or Older Infant PsychSocAnthro 1.4     1.4
Babywearing in the NICU for Preterm Infants PsychSocAnthro 1.5     1.5
Benefits and Risks of Pacifier Use for Breastfed Babies PsychSocAnthro 1.6     1.6
Breastfeeding Coalitions: Building Community Support for Breastfeeding Clinical Skills 1.5     1.5
Childcare and Breastfeeding: Solving Unforeseen Problems PsychSocAnthro 2.0     2.0
Colic and the Breastfed Infant Pathology 3.1     3.1
Common Breast Problems in the Early Postpartum Period Pathology 1.9     1.9
Communicating Your Feeding Policy: Going Beyond "Read & Sign" Clinical Skills 2.0     2.0
Emergency Preparedness for Infants and Mothers PsychSocAnthro 2.3      
Employed Mothers & Breastfeeding: Shortcuts to Success PsychSocAnthro 2.9     2.9
Engorgement: Evidence for and Efficacy of Clinical Strategies Pathology 1.7     1.7
Essential Oils & Breastfeeding: Are They Safe? Pharm&Tox 3.5     3.5
Essential Oils & Breastfeeding: Tips for Effective Use Pharm&Tox 3.0     3.0
Ethical Aspects of Contemporary Lactation Practice: Reflecting on Real Life Practice Clinical Skills   5.0   5.0
Evidence-Based Practice: What's its Relationship to Experience? Clinical Skills 2.1     2.1
Galactagogues Pharm&Tox 1.5     1.5
Good Nutrition Through Toddlerhood Dev&Nutrition 1.6      
HIV and Breastfeeding: Counseling and Teaching Roles and Responsibilities Pathology 2.6     2.6
Infant Massage: The Touch of Health Clinical Skills     1.7 1.7
Lactose and the Breastfed Infant: Congenital, Transient, or Overload? Physio&Endo 1.7     1.7
Mastitis: Recognition, Risks, Relief and Recurrence Pathology 1.8     1.8
Childcare and Breastfeeding: Making Decisions PsychSocAnthro 1.4     1.4
Nurturing the Nursing Mother Clinical Skills 1.3     1.3
Over-Everything! Plugged Ducts and More Pathology 1.8     1.8
Peripartum Issues: Overview, Identification & Treatment Techniques 1.5      
Phenylketonuria and the Breastfed Infant: Assisting parents with its impact from initiation to weaning Pathology 2.5     2.5
Primal Caregiving Techniques 1.5      
Relactation: Reflections and Implications Physio&Endo 1.5     1.5
Research: An Easy Guide for Lactation Consultants Clinical Skills 5.5      
Second Night Syndrome Techniques 1.8     1.8
Skin-to-Skin Contact Promises Broad & Long-Term Benefits Techniques 1.5     1.5
Sore Nipples (3rd ed): Prevention & Problem Solving Pathology 6.0     6.0
Tandem Breastfeeding: Little Evidence, Big Problems Techniques 2.0     2.0
Ten Hospital Birth Practices: Minimizing Their Impact on Breastfeeding Techniques 1.6     1.6
The Slow to Gain Breastfed Baby Dev&Nutrition 1.5     1.5
Twins and Higher-Order Multiples: Strategies to Support Successful Breastfeeding Physio&Endo 3.6     3.6
Use of Nipple Shields in Breastfeeding Clinical Skills 1.5     1.5
WHO Growth Charts: Use, Interpretation & Implications for Breastfed Children Dev&Nutrition 2.7     2.7
Writing Effective Feeding Policies: A Hands-On Workshop Clinical Skills 3.0     3.0

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