Theses modules are intended for use by health care providers to promote, protect and support effective breastfeeding for the families of healthy term infants. As such, the protocols can be viewed as a foundational document for health care providers who provide breastfeeding support services.
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This e-learn has been created as a means to assist nurses, other health-care professionals and organizations to access education that is appropriate to their role in promoting breastfeeding. As such, it aims to develop the knowledge, skills and attitude required to implement internationally recognized best practices in breastfeeding to create a baby-friendly environment.
The course provides basic breastfeeding education and supports good communication skills. It continues to be user-friendly and takes one to one and a half hours to complete. References are listed following lesson seven.