Many breastfeeding parents aren’t sure if they can produce enough milk for their baby. The good news is that most can, and do!
- Shares the keys to good milk production
- Discusses early, active, and late feeding cues
- Reviews ways to support good milk production with clients/families
About the presenter:
Dr. Jeannette T. Crenshaw is a professor at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing in Lubbock, Texas. In addition to teaching in the university’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program, she is a nurse and a researcher. Dr. Crenshaw earned a DNP in Executive Leadership in Nursing, an MSN in Administration and Management, and a BSN in Nursing. Her professional work focuses on promoting evidence-based leadership, maternity, breastfeeding, and preoperative fasting practices. Throughout her career, she has been recognized for her expertise on healthy birth and breastfeeding practices and skin-to-skin care after birth.
- Presentation slides: Keys to Good Milk Production
- BreastfeedLA: Resource Directory
- Global Health Media: Breastfeeding Videos
- The Breastfeeding Atlas by Barbara Wilson-Clay and Kay Hoover
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