WEBINAR SERIES A Manual Approach to Breastfeeding Disorders in Infants.
Next Live Webinar Series Broadcasting January 2023
6.30pm (18.30 UK time) Wednesday 11th January 2023
6.30pm (18.30 UK time) Wednesday 18th January 2023
6.30pm (18.30 UK time) Wednesday 25th January 2023
6.30pm (18.30 UK time) Wednesday 1st February 2023
6.30pm (18.30 UK time) Wednesday. 8th February 2023
6.30pm (18.30 UK time) Wednesday 15th February 2023
If you would like to view these webinars but the times/dates are not always
suitable, the material is recorded so that you can view in your own time
following the broadcast date.
If you would prefer to purchase all webinars, as a home study package with 3 months online access, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the past 30 years there has been a huge increase in the number of women wanting to breastfeed their babies.
Much of this increase is underpinned by an influential emerging evidence base, which indicates a wealth of health benefits to the baby from this mode of feeding.
However, breastfeeding itself can be problematic for a variety of reasons, and failure to breastfeed successfully, has become one of the more common presentations to Osteopaths, and other manual practitioners, who treat early life disorders.
One of the keys to recognising and treating an infant struggling with breast or bottle feeding, is an understanding of the Suck/Swallow/Breathe mechanism, the related anatomy, and a range of techniques, both direct and indirect, to optimise any physiological deficiencies.
So we have designed a really practical 6 part Webinar Series, to provide an in-depth guide to this subject.
As with all our other ‘hands-on’ courses and videos, we include lots of unique graphics to explain the applied anatomy. All our techniques are filmed on real babies or dolls, and we provide a supporting interactive question and answer session after every webinar.
Each Webinar covers a different aspect of the topics involved, and is delivered as a one hour presentation followed by a 30 minute live discussion and question & answer session with Miranda Clayton.
Following the Webinar you will be able to view both the presentation & the Q&A session on our video platform for a limited time period of six weeks.
We will also supply you with full notes on the presentation – you can use Google Translate to change the notes into your own language if this is easier. Throughout the series we will also send articles and evidence base of interest.
We will be broadcasting one Webinar a week, for 6 weeks.
We understand that the world is a big place with different time zones. You do not have to watch these webinars live, as you will have 8 weeks to review the videos and subsequent discussion following the webinar.
Total Cost of Webinar Series is £200.00 GBP
Next live Webinar Series
TIME ZONES are tricky! We are broadcasting from London in the UK. To the best of our knowledge these global times are correct, but please check on a world clock if you are unsure.
We are using ZOOM as our Webinar interface. You can download ZOOM software for free.
Click here If you have not used this software before – it’s very easy to use, but you will need a good internet connection to get the best out of these Webinars.
We have designed this Webinar Series for fully qualified Osteopaths, Craniosacral Therapists, Chiropractors, Physiotherapists, and all practitioners who use hands-on approaches to infant care.
We assume that practitioners will have some prior paediatric knowledge before taking part.
Will these Webinars be valid for my yearly CPD requirements?
A 9 hour CPD Certificate of Attendance will be available following the broadcast of the final webinar.
If you are not a UK Registered Osteopath you are advised to check with your own professional organisation.
The Level of these Webinars is Postgraduate. To get the most out of the presentations you will need:
- Be able to undertake a full health history and physical examination of the infant.
- Understand your legal obligations when treating paediatric patients, including cautions & contra-indications to manual treatment.
- Understand the need for medical referrals where indicated.
- Be clear that you are working within the guidelines of your particular professional or registering organisation
Do check with us if you are unsure mumandbabyCPD@gmail.com