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Advocating for systemic change

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This interactive study module (approx. 1.5 hours completion time) with multiple-choice assessment is adapted from Malvina Walsh’s presentation at the Australian Breastfeeding Association’s 2021 Health Professional Seminar Series, Advocating for systemic change – the work of the Baby Feeding Law Group Ireland’.

Modules feature video recordings of Malvina Walsh’s presentation, alongside additional engaging activities and resources to further extend learning. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Develop an understanding of breastfeeding rates in Ireland and the factors that influence these
  • Develop an understanding of the impact of funding cuts to BFHI hospitals on breastfeeding outcomes and morale
  • Develop an understanding of the Baby Feeding Law Group Ireland and their advocacy activities
  • Develop an understanding of successful advocacy strategies to support and promote breastfeeding outcomes

Presenter:

Malvina Walsh Co-Chair, Baby Feeding Law Group Ireland

BSc (Computer Systems) UNICEF Certification in the Introductory Code of Marketing for Breastmilk Substitutes

Enrolment period: 12 months

Professional development points:

IBLCE: 1.5L C202237 until 28/02/2023

Australian College of Midwives CPD Endorsed Activity: 1.5 hours until 08/02/2024


This contributes 1.5 hours towards IBLCE: 1.5L CERPs and Australian College of Midwives CPD Endorsed Activity: 1.5 hours.

This interactive study module (approx. 1.5 hours completion time) with multiple-choice assessment is adapted from Malvina Walsh’s presentation at the Australian Breastfeeding Association’s 2021 Health Professional Seminar Series, Advocating for systemic change – the work of the Baby Feeding Law Group Ireland’.

Modules feature video recordings of Malvina Walsh’s presentation, alongside additional engaging activities and resources to further extend learning. 

Learning outcomes:

  • Develop an understanding of breastfeeding rates in Ireland and the factors that influence these
  • Develop an understanding of the impact of funding cuts to BFHI hospitals on breastfeeding outcomes and morale
  • Develop an understanding of the Baby Feeding Law Group Ireland and their advocacy activities
  • Develop an understanding of successful advocacy strategies to support and promote breastfeeding outcomes

Presenter:

Malvina Walsh Co-Chair, Baby Feeding Law Group Ireland

BSc (Computer Systems) UNICEF Certification in the Introductory Code of Marketing for Breastmilk Substitutes

Enrolment period: 12 months

Professional development points:

IBLCE: 1.5L C202237 until 28/02/2023

Australian College of Midwives CPD Endorsed Activity: 1.5 hours until 08/02/2024