Breastfeeding Beyond the Basics: What Every Physician Needs to Know - Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)’s Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) is a global effort to implement practices that protect, promote, and support breastfeeding. More than 152 countries have implemented the initiative, with proven impact in increasing the likelihood of babies being exclusively breastfed for the first 6 months.12All healthcare providers working within any type of practice have the opportunity to implement the principles of Baby-FriendlyTM care and to counsel and support families to protect, promote, and support breastfeeding for improved health outcomes.In Canada, the BFHI is called the Baby-FriendlyTM Initiative (BFI).2 The Breastfeeding Committee for Canada (BCC), a Health Canada initiative established in 1991, is the national authority for the BFI in Canada. It functions to encourage breastfeeding as the cultural norm and implement Baby-FriendlyTM facilities in Canada.3This program supports healthcare professionals in making their facilities and their personal practice Baby-FriendlyTM by promoting, protecting, and supporting breastfeeding for optimal infant health outcomes.
This event is an Accredited Self-Assessment Learning Activity (Section 3) as defined by the Maintenance of Certifications (MOC) program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada and accredited by the Division of Continuing Medical Education, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan..
Amanda Loewy (MSc, MD, CFPC)
Jill Blaser Farrukh (MSc, MD, CFPC), Julie Smith-Fehr (RN, MN)
Krista Baerg (BSN, MD, BScMed, FRCPC)
Tonia Olson (RN, MN, IBCLC)
Victoria Swan (MB BCh, BAO, CPFC)
Après avoir suivi ce programme, le participant sera en mesure de :
- Décrire le fardeau et la prévalence de la rhinite allergique
- Optimiser la prise en charge de la rhinite allergique conformément aux plus récentes mises à jour des lignes directrices
- Conseiller les patients sur la bonne méthode d’administration avec un vaporisateur intranasal