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GOLD Lactation 2021 Public Keynote Presentation

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Welcome to GOLD Lactation Online Conference 2021! We are excited to be offering our LIVE Keynote Presentation, "Approaching Care When You're Barely There: Reimagining Empathy When You've Got Nothing Left to Give" by Nekisha Killings, MPH, IBCLC. Our Keynote Presentation kicks off our annual conference and is great opportunity for those that are not familiar with the online conference format to join in the excitement. Get a taste of the GOLD Experience and if you want more, join us for the other 28 presentations we have in store. Only registered delegates will be able to claim continuing education hours and can do so by logging into the Delegates Area prior to watching the presentation. Click here to register for GOLD Lactation 2021, it only takes a few minutes!

This complimentary viewing of the recording of this presentation will be open to the public until April 30th. Registered Delegates will have until June 30 to view it via the Delegates Area, and GOLD Annual Members have until July 21. A Certificate of Attendance will be available below for attendees of the Opening Keynote presentation shortly after the second live session.

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Nekisha Killings MPH, IBCLC
Presentation: Approaching Care When You're Barely There: Reimagining Empathy When You've Got Nothing Left to Give
Nekisha Killings

Abstract: Healthcare professionals, particularly those in the lactation field, are known for providing care that is emotionally, physically, and mentally taxing. Providing care as lactation professionals during a pandemic has driven many to experience compassion fatigue. This phenomenon impacts one's personal health in a myriad of ways and also has a significant impact on how one provides empathetic care to families. The current communication model for providing empathetic care in lactation is steeped in the patriarchal model, which actually suppresses empathy. This presentation will help health care providers identify signs of compassion fatigue and provide tools for self-assessment. Additionally, attendees will learn how to apply a natural empathetic model to their lactation/ IBCLC practice to protect their personal health and promote a more supportive way to engage with their families.

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