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These packages consist of individual online learning programs packaged by topic. Perfect for those who struggle with certain subjects, have failed the exam because they did poorly in only one or two disciplines, or just need more information to serve their clients.

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Individual Online Learning Programs

Get just the credits you need or find a topic that you enjoy. Most programs consist of an audiocast or a webcast with a content outline, a post-test, a program evaluation and a certificate. Some programs also include documents, videos, and learning activities.

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Program Name Topic Area L-CERPs E-CERPs R-CERPs Nursing
Advertising & Promotion of Private Practice: Ethical IssuesClinical Skills   1.7   1.7
Everyday Clinical Care for the LGBTQIA FamilyPsychSocAnthro   4.3   4.3
Communication for Lactation ConsultantsClinical Skills 5.0     5.0
Research: An Easy Guide for Lactation ConsultantsClinical Skills 5.5      
Over-Everything! Plugged Ducts and MorePathology 1.8     1.8
Common Breast Problems in the Early Postpartum PeriodPathology 1.9     1.9
Colic and the Breastfed InfantPathology 3.1     3.1
Engorgement: Evidence for and Efficacy of Clinical StrategiesPathology 1.7     1.7
GalactagoguesPharm&Tox 1.5     1.5
Lactose and the Breastfed Infant: Congenital, Transient, or Overload?Pathology 1.7     1.7
Mastitis: Recognition, Risks, Relief and RecurrencePathology 1.8     1.8
Tandem Breastfeeding: Little Evidence, Big ProblemsPhysio&Endo 2.0     2.0
Twins and Higher-Order Multiples: Strategies to Support Successful BreastfeedingPhysio&Endo 3.6     3.6
WHO Growth Charts: Use, Interpretation & Implications for Breastfed ChildrenDev&Nutrition 2.7     2.7
Breastfeeding Coalitions: Building Community Support for BreastfeedingClinical Skills 1.5     1.5
Relactation: Reflections and ImplicationsPhysio&Endo 1.5     1.5
Use of Nipple Shields in BreastfeedingClinical Skills 1.5     1.5
Infant Massage: The Touch of HealthTechniques     1.7 1.7
Ten Hospital Birth Practices: Minimizing Their Impact on BreastfeedingPsychSocAnthro 1.6     1.6
Sore Nipples (3rd ed): Prevention & Problem SolvingPathology 6.0     6.0
Peripartum Issues: Overview, Identification & TreatmentTechniques 1.5      
Skin-to-Skin Contact Promises Broad & Long-Term BenefitsTechniques 1.5     1.5
Childcare and Breastfeeding: Making DecisionsPsychSocAnthro 1.4     1.4
Babywearing 101: Helping Parent Wear their Newborn or Older InfantPsychSocAnthro 1.4     1.4
Second Night SyndromeTechniques 1.8     1.8
Nurturing the Nursing MotherClinical Skills 1.3     1.3
Babywearing in the NICU for Preterm InfantsPsychSocAnthro 1.5     1.5
The Slow to Gain Breastfed BabyDev&Nutrition 1.5     1.5
Primal CaregivingTechniques 1.5      
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 01: Global StrategyClinical Skills 1.6     1.6
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 02: Effective Communication TechniquesClinical Skills 2.0     2.0
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 03: Getting Milk from Breast to BabyPathology 1.4     1.4
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 04: Promoting Breastfeeding During PregnancyClinical Skills 1.5     1.5
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 05: Birth Practices & BreastfeedingPsychSocAnthro 1.7     1.7
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 06: Helping with a BreastfeedingTechniques 2.7     2.7
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 07: Postpartum Practices that Assist with BreastfeedingTechniques 1.4     1.4
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 08: Milk Supply, Growth, & Infant IntakeDev&Nutrition 1.7     1.7
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 09: Supporting the Non-Breastfeeding Mother & BabyClinical Skills 1.1     1.1
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 10: Infants and Mothers with Special NeedsTechniques 2.5     2.5
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 11: Breast and Nipple ConcernsPathology 1.7     1.7
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 12: When the Baby is Unable to SucklePathology 1.8     1.8
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 13: Ongoing Support for BreastfeedingClinical Skills 1.5     1.5
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 14: Protecting BreastfeedingClinical Skills 2.0     2.0
Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Session 15: Making Your Hospital Baby-FriendlyClinical Skills 1.8     1.8
Emergency Preparedness for Infants and MothersPsychSocAnthro 2.3      
Childcare and Breastfeeding: Solving Unforeseen ProblemsPsychSocAnthro 2.0     2.0
Good Nutrition Through ToddlerhoodDev&Nutrition 1.6      
Evidence-Based Practice: What's its Relationship to Experience?Clinical Skills 2.1     2.1
Phenylketonuria and the Breastfed Infant: Assisting parents with its impact from initiation to weaningPathology 2.5     2.5
Employed Mothers & Breastfeeding: Shortcuts to SuccessPsychSocAnthro 2.9     2.9
Essential Oils & Breastfeeding: Are They Safe?Pharm&Tox 3.5     3.5
Essential Oils & Breastfeeding: Tips for Effective UsePharm&Tox 3.0     3.0
Ethical Aspects of Contemporary Lactation Practice: Reflecting on Real Life PracticeClinical Skills   5.0   5.0
HIV and Breastfeeding: Counseling and Teaching Roles and ResponsibilitiesPathology 2.6     2.6
Communicating Your Feeding Policy: Going Beyond "Read & Sign"Clinical Skills 2.0     2.0
Writing Effective Feeding Policies: A Hands-On WorkshopClinical Skills 3.0     3.0
A Quick Guide to Stress-Free Baby-Led Weaning and Offering Table FoodsPsychSocAnthro 2.5     2.5

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