Even if you’ve taken one of Marie’s courses in the past—highly acclaimed for Marie’s interactive teaching style—you’ll find even more active learning methods that help you to see clues in photos that typify common and not-so-common conditions in breastfeeding mothers and infants.
The course highlights relationships of photos within and between chapters. Marie will help you to see features that typify common—and not-so-common—clinical conditions.
Realizing that half or more of your IBLCE exam is dependent upon photo recognition, you’ll finish this course being able to:
If you’ve been tripping over words like craniosynostosis, hypoplasia, nevus, hemangioma, induration or peau d’orange, you’ll be glad to find that these and other conditions are clearly illustrated in The Breastfeeding Atlas (6th edition), and by completing the paper-and-pencil learning exercises in the Workbook, you’ll strengthen your ability to recognize these conditions.
"I have been so pleased with the interaction you at Breastfeeding Outlook have had with me! I received my score a few days ago and wanted to let you know that I got 91%. I credit your materials, in addition to Breastfeeding and Human Lactation, and The [Breastfeeding] Atlas for making this possible. Though I found all your material helpful, the Picture Perfect workbook [Guide to Decoding Lactation Photos] was tremendous. I feel that working through that alongside the Atlas really helped me extract so much more knowledge than I would have gotten just studying the Atlas alone. I began reaping the benefits even before the exam, as I worked with moms. Thank you all, again, for the amazing support and quality exam prep materials." ~Amy Hall, IBCLC, Harrisonville, MOAdd the Full Course to Your Shopping Cart
Individuals who want to earn continuing education credits, improve their clinical observation skills or prepare for the IBLCE Exam .
The goal of this course is to, given a clinical photo, recognize typical characteristics of normal, variations of normal, and pathological conditions that impact breastfeeding success, and strategies for their clinical management. .
The objectives of this course are:
This workbook is used in conjuction with The Breastfeeding Atlas (6th edition), to help you learn to identify normal and abnormal conditions. Learning activities and quizzes in the workbook are used to evaluate and solidify what you have learned. A final exam is taken online in order to earn credits for the course (optional). The course includes:
Post-Test (optional - if you chose to earn credits)
Marie Biancuzzo, RN MS CCL IBCLC
This program for 20.4 L-CERPs has been approved by Breastfeeding Outlook (Provider # CLT108-22) which is accredited as a long-term provider by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.
This program provides 20.4 instructional hours in topics on the IBLCE Detailed Content Outline, and has been approved by Breastfeeding Outlook (Provider # CLT108-22) which is accredited as a long-term provider by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.
Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 15628, for 20.4 contact hours, accepted in all states in the United States.
The course expires two years from the date of purchase. You must complete the course by the expiration date to earn credits. Program expiration dates can be extended at the discretion of Breastfeeding Outlook.
Full Course: $298
A la carte pricing:
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