Lactation Management Training: From Novice to Expert

Satisfy your IBLCE E-CERPs requirements online! IBLCE now requires 5 E-CERPs to qualify for recertification.

Ethics E-CERPs

 This online Ethics E-CERP course 'Ethical Issues for Lactation Consultants' includes:

  • ethics_01Video lecture 'Ethical Considerations by Marion 'Lou' Lamb
  • Video lecture review of the IBLCE complaint procedure
  • Video lecture by Liz Brooks, Esq. regarding legal and ethical considerations of lactation consultants
  • Video lecture 'Controversies in Breastfeeding Promotion'
  • Worksheets, bibliographies and post test
  • Upon completion of this course you will be able to print your certificate immediately

 

Ethical Issues for Lactation Consultants Bundle

Ethical Issues for Lactation Consultants Bundle

Immediate online access to the videos, worksheet, PowerPoint and post test. Instructors are Marion 'Lou' Lamb, RN, MS, IBCLC and Elizabeth Brooks JD, IBCLC, FILCA

Bundle Includes the following courses:

  • Legal and Ethical Concerns
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Ethics Complaints
  • Controversies in Breastfeeding Promotion
  • Ethical Considerations Worksheet

5 E-CERPs, 5 Nursing Contact Hours and 5 CPEUs

Buy Now  $79.00


Ethical Considerations in Lactation Consulting Group Discussion

* Not included in the 5 CERP bundle.*
This course provides 1 E-CERP towards IBLCE recertification requirements. This group discussion covers many ethical dilemmas facing lactation consultants. Group facilitator is Marion 'Lou' Lamb, RN, MS, IBCLC. Group includes professionals with backgrounds from Private Practices and Hospitals.

1 E-CERP, 1 Nursing Contact Hour and 1 CPEU

Buy Now  $15.00


Legal and Ethical Concerns for the Lactation Consultant

Covers basic legal principles regarding the creation, duration and termination of the professional patient/client relationship, general and informed consent, legal actions most likely to be brought against LC's including battery, professional negligence, breach of warranty and unauthorized practice of medicine. Also included is a discussion of professional liability insurance.

2 E-CERPs, 2 Nursing Contact Hours and 2 CPEUs

Buy Now  $25.00


Ethical Considerations in Lactation Consulting

This course provides 2 E-CERPs towards IBLCE recertification requirements. It covers ethical dilemmas facing lactation consultants. Includes the IBLCE Code of Ethics for IBCLC's. Instructor is Marion 'Lou' Lamb, RN, MS, IBCLC.

2 E-CERPs, 2 Nursing Contact Hours and 2 CPEUs

Buy Now  $25.00


Ethics Complaints

This interview discusses the Disciplinary Process for IBCLC's.

1 E-CERP, 1 Nursing Contact Hour and 1 CPEU

Buy Now  $15.00


Controversies in Breastfeeding Promotion

Discusses controversial breastfeeding related topics and will review tenets from the IBLCE Code of Ethics. This course will contrast risk-based messages versus benefit-based messages. This course also includes 8 thought provoking questions in the Ethical Considerations Worksheet.

1 E-CERP, 1 Nursing Contact Hour and 1 CPEU

Buy Now  $15.00

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L-CERPs and E-CERPs are awarded by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners. Lactation Education Resources, Long-term Providership CLT 109-31.

Lactation Education Resources is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Virginia Nurses Association, an accredited institution by the American Nurses' Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation, VNA # 16-03-03P.

Credit hours are awarded at the completion of the program. Students must view each lesson slide to complete the lesson successfully and be awarded credit.

Lactation Education Resources is an approved provider by the Commission of Dietetic Registration #LA002

All of our speakers have signed a Conflict of Interest Statement and have no conflicts to declare.

Lactation Education Resources adheres to the World Health Organization Code on Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes