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Carina Krasnoff, MD IBCLC

  • Speaker Type: 2024 Main Presentations
  • Country: Argentina

Carina Krasnoff is an MD specialist in Pediatrics and Public Health, holding a degree from the University of Buenos Aires, where she graduated in 1994. Her professional journey includes completing the Residency and serving as Chief of Pediatric Residents at the Hospital General de Agudos Dr. Teodoro Álvarez from 1995 to 2000.

Carina is recognized as an International Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and has earned a Diploma in Childcare and Breastfeeding from the University of Aconcagua. Additionally, she is an Instructor in Infant Massage accredited by the International Association of Infant Massage.

Having recently obtained specialization in Public Health from the University of Buenos Aires, Carina is actively involved in education. She imparts knowledge on Human Breastfeeding, Childcare, and Nurturing Touch Care at national universities, hospitals, and various private institutions in Argentina and Latin America.

As a committed professional, Carina is a member of the National Breastfeeding Committee of the Argentine Society of Pediatrics and serves as a Reviewer for scientific articles related to breastfeeding in the "Archivos Argentinos de Pediatría," the Scientific Journal of the Argentine Society of Pediatrics. She holds the position of Founder member (secretary) at ACLAMA (Association of Breastfeeding Consultants of Argentina).

Carina Krasnoff also assumes the role of Director for the "Infant Massage Course for Professionals in the Perinatal and Pediatric Area" at Criar Salud, an educational-assistance space for families and professionals. Her approach to assistance is rooted in providing families with comprehensive, holistic, and respectful care during their breastfeeding and parenting processes.

Driven by a mission to raise awareness among health agents working with the perinatal and pediatric population, Carina focuses on emphasizing the fundamental nature of contact in primary processes. Her dedication extends to promoting breastfeeding education from a health prevention perspective through her teaching endeavors.