Wed30Mar2016Meridian Health Village at Jackson, Jackson/NJ
April 29, 2016 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Fri13May20168:00am - 4:00pmUniversity Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro 1 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro
For copy of brochure and registration form, http://breastfeedingnj.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/1-26-Brochure-4-panel-state-front.pdf
Presents Perinatal Mood Disorders
Optimizing Emotional and Physical Well-Being:
The Power of Support!
May 13, 2016 8:00 AM-4:00 PM At
University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro
1 Plainsboro Road, Plainsboro
Mon06Jun20167:30 am - 3:30 pmRobert Wood Johnson University Hospital: Somerset Campus 110 Rehill Avenue Somerville, NJ 08876
Wed03Aug2016At the Neptune High School, Performing Arts Center in Neptune, NJ
SAVE THE DATE!
The Monmouth Ocean Breastfeeding Consortium (MOBC) is proud to announce their annual Breastfeeding Conference will be
August 3, 2016
At the Neptune High School, Performing Arts Center in Neptune, NJ
Medications & Drugs: Current Issues for Breastfeeding
Amy Evans, MD
- Breastfeeding and Maternal Medications
- Breastfeeding and Maternal Infections
Lisa Stellwagen, MD
- Milk and Marijuana – First Do No Harm
- Improving Breastfeeding Rates for Infants at Risk for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
We hope to see you there.
For more information: www.njbreastfeeding.org
Wed14Sep20168:30am-5:00pmCentral Jersey Family Health Consortium Lakeside Office Building 2 King Arthur Court North Brunswick, NJ 08902
For a more information about the event or how to register, click here for a copy of the BROCHURE
Fri30Sep20168 am - 4:30 pmWeill Cornell Medical College, NYC, NY
Fri14Oct2016Sun16Oct2016Hotel ML, 915 Route 73, Mt. Laurel, NJ
For more information on the conference or to register, please visit https://www.birthworks.org/go-to-conference-of-2016/
“Finding the TRUTHS About Birth”
The GO TO Conference of 2016
- Date: October 14 – 16, 2016
- Pre-Conference with Nils Bergman, MD October 13, 2016
- Location: Hotel ML in Mount Laurel, NJ (near Philadelphia)
We live in a time of change, finding a balance between natural, physiologic birth, and the use of technology, to ensure healthy babies and mothers. In this time of change, what are the truths about birth that we can hold onto as guides to preserve birth as an instinctive process? We are discovering more about primal health and how experiences a baby has in the primal period have an impact on adulthood. We are learning more about the purpose of the microbiome, how stress affects the growth of a fetus, and how the practice of human values can increase confidence, decrease fear, and empower and transform pregnant women and their families.
Come and hear Nils Bergman, MD speak on the science behind mother/baby skin- to-skin contact in our full day preconference workshop. Come and hear a line-up of amazing speakers who will focus on finding the truths about birth. Be inspired by keynote speakers Joel Evans MD, Michel Odent MD, Lori Feldman-Winter MD, PhD, Jennifer Margulis, Ina May Gaskin, Carol Sakala, Henci Goer, Lysa Parker and Barbara Nicholson, along with other workshop presenters.
Come and bring your family for fun in the CoCo Key water resort and game room connected to the hotel, and for a magic show in the evening. Eat popcorn with Ina May while watching The Birth Story with her. Be one of the first to view the new film INUTERO. Come enjoy the autumn summer of New Jersey with trees transforming into red and gold leaves. Connect with other birth workers and attend inspiring workshops in small group atmospheres. Find the truths in birth that can move us all toward more positive and safe birth experiences so that birth can be the peak experience in life it was always meant to be. And then make this a vacation and enjoy the sights and sounds of Philadelphia, the city of brotherly love and site of independence for America!
This is a conference for everyone because birth has significant effects on all society. Whether you are a midwife, childbirth educator, doula, doctor, psychologist, physical or occupational therapist, nurse, dietitian, administrator, social worker, researcher, health advocate or birthing parent, this is a conference for you.
Fri02Dec20168am-4:30pmSmilow Center for Translational Research, Rubenstein Auditorium located on the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s Campus at 3400 Civic Center Blvd, Philadelphia, PA.REGISTER HERE: https://upend.irisregistration.com/Form/BFSymposiumThe University of Pennsylvania Health System invites you to attend the: Ten Steps Symposium: Striving for Baby-Friendly Designation. This conference will take place on Friday, December 2, 2016 from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm at the Smilow Center for Translational Research, Rubenstein Auditorium located on the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania’s Campus at 3400 Civic Center Blvd, Philadelphia, PA.The conference will feature a keynote address by Trish MacEnroe - Executive Director, Baby-Friendly USA, Inc.Conference Description:The Ten Steps Symposium will address a wide variety of topics, with panelists who can offer multi-disciplinary viewpoints on some of the most challenging aspects of implementing Baby-Friendly practices. The conference will also offer small specialized group breakout session topics. For more information on the conference agenda and the breakout session topics, please use the links provided on the right.Target Audience:This conference is intended for Hospital Administrators and those who care for Mothers and Babies including Practice or Unit Managers, Staff and Parent Educators, Physicians, Physician Assistants, Advance Practice Nurses, Clinical Nurses, Lactation Consultants, Registered Dieticians, and other Clinical Support roles. This conference will benefit those who are on the journey to achieve Baby-Friendly designation, or those who work in outpatient settings that support patients with a Baby-Friendly focus.Conference Objectives:•Recognize the importance of Baby-Friendly designation and how it relates to best patient outcomes.•Identify successful techniques for implementing Baby-Friendly practice changes at your organization.•Synthesize the principles learned to procure executive support, facilitate change, and measure data, for building sustainable best practices in your institution.Registration Fees:$125/ individual or $100 each for groups of three or more. For groups of three of more, you will be prompted to enter a coupon code at the check out portion of the registration site. This coupon code will only need to be entered once to remove $25 per person. If you have any questions please email Tessa Mansell at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe $125 registration fee will automatically be added to your registration and in the final stages of registering you will have payment options to choose from: Check or Credit Card (Visa, American Express or MasterCard).Breakfast, lunch, and parking will be included in your registration.This program was submitted for contact hours. Penn Medicine – Nursing is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Pennsylvania State Nurses Association, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation, Approval # 124-3-H-15.Before proceeding with your registration please ensure you are using a web browser that is Internet Explorer 9 or higher. We recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox web browser. If you have started your registration and need to complete it at a later stage, you will be able to log back in using your email and password and continue registering. If you have any questions about navigating the registration site please email: email@example.com