Breastfeeding and Public Health (online non-credit, 55 hrs)

-Rolling admissions, 6 months to complete

-Prerequisites: none

-Cost: $425

In this non-credit course, students will learn the basics and importance of infant and young child feeding from a public health perspective. Some of the topics that are covered in this course include the public health considerations of breastfeeding and formula feeding in the US and globally, breastfeeding initiation and infant behavior, lifestyle practices and infant feeding, family challenges related to infant feeding, infant feeding research and global impacts, health care provider leadership skills, and collaboration with healthcare professionals.

Learn more: check out the Breastfeeding and Public Health Expanded Course Description for a full course outline, syllabus, materials list, and sample lesson.

Eligible for a maximum of 55.0 CME, CNEs, and/or CPEUs and for 5.5 CEUs. Learn more on our FAQ page.

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