Suzanne Colson, PhD, is a nurse and a research midwife. Her doctoral thesis introduced a new breastfeeding paradigm called biological nurturing ~ laid-back breastfeeding and won a prestigious, English Royal College of Nursing Award for originality and scholarship in doctoral studies (RCN Scholar, 2007). Suzanne is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Canterbury Christ Church University and a founding mother/leader of La Leche League France. She has 45 years of clinical experience supporting breastfeeding mothers. Suzanne is the author of numerous articles, research papers, a book (translated into Dutch, German, French and Danish) and three DVDs. Retired from active midwifery practice, she offers a 6-day biological nurturing certification workshop and remains available for clinical consultation. Suzanne has presented biological nurturing in 24 countries across the world.
This meeting will be held virtually on WebEx. To gain access, be sure to join KLIC, and we will send you an email with viewing instructions.
MBA, IBCLC, RLC, CLC, CLS
Appalachian Breastfeeding Network
Online Access Only
This is a live WebEx meeting. KLIC members will receive information about accessing the meeting directly through email. Become a KLIC member, or pay $10 to receive access for CERP/CEU. Use the button at the right to pay. Or, download a membership flyer and send in a check. Payment should be received by April 30.
6:30 pm KLIC Meeting
7:00 pm CE Presentation
By the end of the webinar, the participate will be able to:
1. Define domestic violence and sexual abuse in Appalachia
2. Discuss trauma informed care steps to implement within a lactation practice
3. Learn how to support a survivor of domestic violence/abuse as a breastfeeding supporter.
Download the flyer here for more details. Please share with your colleagues.
LINK is again working with Rep Raymond on a bill to assure breastfeeding protections for post-secondary students in public colleges/university (to eliminate academic retribution). We need experiences from students of other universities outside of University of Kentucky.
View the previous version of the bill here.