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75 CERP Recertification Bundle

Student smilingLactation Education Resources offers an easy, user-friendly, inexpensive way to earn contact hours for nurses and CERPs for recertification as a lactation consultant.

IBCLCs recertifying in 2022: This single bundle provides the CERPs you need, regardless of the results of your IBLCE CE Self Assessment. It includes at least 7 CERPs in each IBLCE Detailed Content Outline (DOC) area. (Need more information on recertifying by CERPs? Our blog offers a step-by-step guide.

View the webcast video lessons, do the online activities, and then take the online post test. All of our online training courses provide 1 year of access. The complete program will take about 75 hours to finish. Once all of the lessons within this program have been completed you will be able to print your certificate. It couldn't be easier!

    Credits:
    • 70 L-CERPs
    • 5 E-CERPs
    • 75 Nursing Contact Hours
  • Webcast Powerpoint Presentation (ranging from 1 to 2 hours)
  • Bibliography
  • Course Evaluation

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Buy Now  $849.00 USD when bundled $998.00 when purchased separately 

Courses Included:
  • Clinical Skills
    • Annual Update 2020
    • When Breastfeeding Fails
    • Facilitators and Barriers to Initiation of Lactation Part I and Part II
    • BreaSteps: Breastfeeding the Premature Infant Section I
    • Politics of Breastfeeding Part I: Alternative Milks and Ulterior Motives
    • Infant Feeding in Disasters
    • Clinical Skills Workshop Video
    • Mentoring the Next Generation
    • Translating the Science of Breastfeeding
    • Ethical Considerations in Lactation Consulting
    • Insights into Ethical Practice and IBCLC's Responsibilities
    • Legal and Ethical Concerns for the Lactation Consultant
    • Controversies in Breastfeeding Promotion and Principles
  • Development and Nutrition
    • Nutrition for the Breastfeeding Mother
    • Infant Assessment, Growth and Development Part I and II
    • Breastfeeding Late Preterm & Early Term Infants
    • BreaSteps: Breastfeeding the Premature Infant Section I
    • Human Milk Composition
    • Allergies and the Breastfed Infant
    • Plastic Surgery Procedures and Lactation
    • Human Milk Banking
    • Anatomy of a Consult
  • Pathology
    • Breastfeeding the Medically Challenged Infant
    • BreaSteps: Breastfeeding the Premature Infant Section I & II
    • Allergies and the Breastfed Infant
    • Grand Rounds: Oversupply and Mastitis
    • Jaundice and Human Milk Feeding
    • Obesity and Lactation
    • Anatomy of a Consult
    • WHO Says What? Global Evidence and Infant Feeding Recommendations for Families Living with HIV
    • Comprehensive Review of Infant Suck Section I, Section II & Section III
  • Pharmacology and Toxicology
    • Facilitators and Barriers to Initiation of Lactation Part I and Part II
    • Use of Herbals and Galactogogues During Lactation
  • Physiology and Endocrinology
    • Nutrition for the Breastfeeding Mother
    • Facilitators and Barriers to Initiation of Lactation Part I and Part II
    • BreaSteps: Breastfeeding the Premature Infant Section I & II
    • Breastfeeding Multiples
    • Obesity and Lactation
    • Relactation and Induced Lactation
    • Anatomy of a Consult
  • Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology
    • Domestic Violence and Lactation
    • Infant Sleep and Feeding
    • Impact of Culture in Lactation Support
    • Partners and Breastfeeding
  • Techniques
    • Assuring Breastfeeding Success
    • BreaSteps: Breastfeeding the Premature Infant Section I & II
    • Essentials of Positioning
    • Initiating Breastfeeding - A Biological Perspective
    • Comprehensive Review of Infant Suck Section I, Section II, & Section III

Buy Now  $849.00 USD

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