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Infant feeding in emergencies

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AUD$0.00 (incl. GST)
4
(1 Review)

This panel presentation (approx. 1 hour) covers the impacts of emergencies on infant feeding and how to prepare in emergency situations.  

Key content areas: 

  • How to prepare for feeding infants during an emergency that threatens to interrupt essential services 

  • Safe infant and young child feeding practices in the context of an emergency that interrupts essential services 

  • The risks presented by distribution of free or donated formula 

Enrolment period: Enrolment is for 90 days commencing from the date of purchase. 

Presenters: 

  • Dr Nina Chad - PhD BA/BEd(Hons1) GradDipArts(Phil) CertIV TAE40110 CertIV 10280NAT, Department of Nutrition and Food Safety, Food and Nutrition Action in Health Systems at World Health Organization 

  • Dr Karleen Gribble PhD BRurSc(Hons) CertIV 10006NAT, Adjunct Associate Professor at School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University 

Professional development points:

IBLCE: 1L C202208 until 31/01/2023 

Australian College of Midwives CPD Endorsed Activity: 1 CPD hour expires 12 March 2024.


This contributes towards IBLCE: 1L C202208 until 31/01/2023 and Australian College of Midwives CPD Endorsed Activity: 1 CPD hour until 12 March 2024. IBLCE: CERPs have been reapplied for renewal.

This panel presentation (approx. 1 hour) covers the impacts of emergencies on infant feeding and how to prepare in emergency situations.  

Key content areas: 

  • How to prepare for feeding infants during an emergency that threatens to interrupt essential services 

  • Safe infant and young child feeding practices in the context of an emergency that interrupts essential services 

  • The risks presented by distribution of free or donated formula 

Enrolment period: Enrolment is for 90 days commencing from the date of purchase. 

Presenters: 

  • Dr Nina Chad - PhD BA/BEd(Hons1) GradDipArts(Phil) CertIV TAE40110 CertIV 10280NAT, Department of Nutrition and Food Safety, Food and Nutrition Action in Health Systems at World Health Organization 

  • Dr Karleen Gribble PhD BRurSc(Hons) CertIV 10006NAT, Adjunct Associate Professor at School of Nursing and Midwifery, Western Sydney University 

Professional development points:

IBLCE: 1L C202208 until 31/01/2023 

Australian College of Midwives CPD Endorsed Activity: 1 CPD hour expires 12 March 2024.

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