Closing Keynote Presentation

GOLD Lactation is pleased to offer our Closing Keynote Presentation to the general public. Our Keynote Presentation always discusses historical, biological, or sociological topics in regards to lactation and breastfeeding, and is meant to appeal to a wide range of health care professionals.

We're thrilled to have Dr. Karleen Gribble as our 2017 Closing Keynote Speaker. Karleen's presentation "Infant and young child feeding in emergencies: Background, best practice, and what you can do" is the perfect way to close the live days of our 11th Annual Lactation Conference on May 1. We invite you to join us at either of our two live sessions or access the public recording of this talk until May 15. Simply reserve your seat to receive exclusive access.

Need CERPs or other credits? Only Delegates registered for the full conference will be able to claim continuing education hours and can do so by logging into the Delegates Area prior to watching the presentation. To learn more about registereing for the conference, please visit this page. Registered Delegates will have access to this presentation and 27 additional presentations until June 2, 2017 (Annual Members will have until June 15, 2017).

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Live Presentation Time

May 1, 2017 13:00 UTC
or 23:00 UTC

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Dr. Karleen Gribble, BRurSc, PhD
Biography:

Karleen Gribble is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Western Sydney University and a member of the Infant and Young Child Feeding in Emergencies Core Group. Her research interests include adoptive breastfeeding, long-term breastfeeding, child protection and breastfeeding, peer-to-peer milk sharing and the parenting and care of maltreated children. Karleen is active in research, policy development, advocacy and training in the areas of infant feeding in emergencies and the marketing of infant formula. She is also an Australian Breastfeeding Association Community Educator and Breastfeeding Counsellor.

Abstract: Infant and young child feeding in emergencies: Background, best practice, and what you can do

In any emergency, infants and young children are particularly vulnerable. Providing appropriate aid is vital to ensure that children have the best chance of surviving. This presentation will describe why infants and young children are at increased risk during times of crisis and outline how aid can support, or sometimes undermine the health of infants and young children. Detail on instruments to support appropriate infant and young child feeding in emergencies will be provided, along with information to assist participants in advocating for appropriate infant and young child feeding in emergencies in their context.

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*Only registered Delegates for the full conference will be awarded educational credit for this presentation and need to view the live presentation/recording through the Delegates Dashboard.

*Please be aware that the Handouts to this presentation are for use only by individuals who have attended the live or recorded version of this presentation; and that they are for personal use only and are not to be shared with other non-attending individuals. Thank you.