Assignment Category: Guide to Decoding Lactation Photos

Evaluation Instructions

Once you “Mark Complete” on this topic, you will be taken to the course evaluation page. Please complete this short evaluation for Marie Biancuzzo’s Guide to Decoding Lactation Photos Course. Your responses are used to evaluate programs and direct improvements for this and future courses. Once completed, click “Continue” to access your certificate. All questions …

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Declaration of Workbook Completion

By marking this topic complete you affirm that you have completed all activities in Marie Biancuzzo’s Guide to Decoding Lactation Photos: A Workbook for the IBLCE Exam. If you have not completed the Workbook, please log out and come back here when you have completed all the activities in the Workbook.

MarieBiancuzzo.com or Breastfeeding Outlook?

As you work through this course, you may see some materials that have the Breastfeeding Outlook name and logo. Breastfeeding Outlook is Marie Biancuzzo’s education company that currently provides lactation education to professionals world-wide.  We are transitioning from Breastfeeding Outlook to MarieBianuzzo.com.  As a result, your certificate will still use the Breastfeeding Outlook name and …

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Guide to Decoding Photos Important Notice on CERPs for Aspiring and Recertifying IBCLCs

If you have purchased this course prior to your initial certification, or to recertify as an IBCLC, it is very important that you do not complete the post-test before you have been certified or recertified. The date that you achieve a passing score on the post-test for this course will be the date on your …

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Guide to Decoding Photos Course Information

Goal Given a clinical photo, recognize typical characteristics of normal, variations of normal, and pathological conditions that impact breastfeeding success, and strategies for their clinical management. Objectives Identify feeding-related normal and commonly-encountered abnormal physical findings of the infant/child and how they affect breastfeeding management. Recognize indicators of optimal and suboptimal milk production, ejection, and transfer, …

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