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Foundations for Best Practice in Lactation Care: The five-day course

The training is for anyone including doula, nurse, provider, dietician, clinic staff, birth workers, or community members. Those looking to expand their knowledge of lactation, become a Certified Lactation Educator, work towards becoming an IBCLC or for continuing education (L-CERPS) for lactation consultants. The training is open to the community and those from other organizations. […]

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Foundations for Best Practice in Lactation Care: The five-day course

The training is for anyone including doula, nurse, provider, dietician, clinic staff, birth workers, or community members. Those looking to expand their knowledge of lactation, become a Certified Lactation Educator, work towards becoming an IBCLC or for continuing education (L-CERPS) for lactation consultants. The training is open to the community and those from other organizations. […]

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Foundations for Best Practice in Lactation Care: The five-day course

The training is for anyone including doula, nurse, provider, dietician, clinic staff, birth workers, or community members. Those looking to expand their knowledge of lactation, become a Certified Lactation Educator, work towards becoming an IBCLC or for continuing education (L-CERPS) for lactation consultants. The training is open to the community and those from other organizations. […]

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Foundations for Best Practice in Lactation Care: The five-day course

The training is for anyone including doula, nurse, provider, dietician, clinic staff, birth workers, or community members. Those looking to expand their knowledge of lactation, become a Certified Lactation Educator, work towards becoming an IBCLC or for continuing education (L-CERPS) for lactation consultants. The training is open to the community and those from other organizations. […]

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Foundations for Best Practice in Lactation Care: The five-day course

The training is for anyone including doula, nurse, provider, dietician, clinic staff, birth workers, or community members. Those looking to expand their knowledge of lactation, become a Certified Lactation Educator, work towards becoming an IBCLC or for continuing education (L-CERPS) for lactation consultants. The training is open to the community and those from other organizations. […]

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