GOLD Lactation 2020 Interactive Sessions

As part of GOLD's dedication to continuing to grow and push the boundaries of what is possible with online learning, we are excited to introduce a new element of the GOLD Lactation conference for 2020! Take your online conference learning experience further than ever before during these interactive sessions with top experts.

As our conference grows and we continue to explore new learning opportunities, we welcome you to join us for this enhanced learning experience. Tap into our speakers’ expertise, connect with your international colleagues, and develop skills you can apply directly to your practice.

These new sessions include:

Christy Jo Hendricks

Sharing Your Wisdom: From Abstract Idea to Awesome Prenatal Breastfeeding Class with Christy Jo Hendricks IBCLC, RLC, CLE, CCCE.
Are you intimidated by the idea of creating your first prenatal breastfeeding class? This session is made for you! Come and hear how you can share your wisdom with families, and learn all about how to develop the tools and handouts you’ll need.

Live Wednesday, April 29.
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Annie Frisbie

Ask the Expert: Best Practices for Intake, Documentation, and Reporting with Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC.
Bring all your questions to this session! We’ll be taking a close look at everything from the intake process through to charting, communicating, and incorporating emerging technology.

Live Wednesday, April 29.
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Melissa Cole

A Case Study Approach to Critical Thinking Skills for Lactation Professionals with Melissa Cole MS, IBCLC.
Implement your critical thinking skills as we walk through this case study! You’ll gain new insights on assessing the variables, examining all the pieces in complex cases, and thinking outside the box.

Live Wednesday, May 6.
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Michelle Pensa Branco

Facilitated Discussion on IYCF-E and the Role of the Lactation Professional with Michelle Pensa Branco MPH IBCLC.
This facilitated discussion will offer a unique opportunity to move the conversation forward when it comes to feeding infants during emergency situations. Join us to discuss the ways various support services can work together, what competencies IBCLCs need to provide clinical care in humanitarian settings, and more.

Live Wednesday, May 6.
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We look forward to the engagement, growth, and new ideas that will emerge from these interactive sessions!

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