The Breastfeeding Help Beyond the Hospital Stay conference offers community healthcare professionals (lactation consultants, public health nurses, clinic nurses, mental health professionals, dieticians, physicians, midwives, doulas, childbirth educators) an opportunity to learn about breastfeeding/chestfeeding challenges and issues experienced by families after leaving the hospital.
This conference is co-sponsored by Beyond Birth Seattle and Public Health Seattle & King County (PHSKC). We appreciate the participation of our Meal and Break Supporters and Exhibitors. This conference is in compliance with the WHO Code of Marketing of Breast-Milk Substitutes. No funds were either sought or accepted from any manufacturers of artificial baby milk.
The Breastfeeding Help Beyond the Hospital Stay conference organizers recognize that prohibiting children from being at the conference would pose barriers to participation for some attendees. Therefore, we are committed to creating an environment conducive to learning for all conference attendees, including those who are parents.
Quiet infants-in-arms and non-separating children are welcome in the meeting room. If your child becomes restless, as a courtesy to other participants, we ask that your child’s needs be met outside the meeting room. A participant may wish to bring a support person to the conference who will provide care outside of the meeting room. If you’re support person would like snack and a lunch, please contact the registrar in order to have your support person complete a discounted registration.
A certificate of attendance is given to each participate at the end of the conference. After the conference, if you need an additional copy one may be made available for a processing fee.
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