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Constipation in the neonate is a topic apparently rarely discussed in medical sources and may be seen as the domain of the health visitor or midwife. However, many “constipated” babies may be seen by their GP and be the cause of concern for their parents.
This factsheet is designed to provide information for parents and their professionals on what is normal with regard to baby poo and where interventions are required be that referral to breastfeeding expert or medical treatment.
I saved this presentation to share during UK Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week which is this week. It is a presentation which I have on my last study day on my birthday this year. I hope it covers many of the things I have tried to pass on over the years.
I also post it today in honour of my daughter who is a CBT therapist and has helped me learn so much along my own journey into understanding mental health. She gave birth to a gorgeous, if tiny, little girl this morning – my sixth grandchild who I cannot see in person during this crazy, demanding time in our lives. I think the COVID-19 pandemic has played with the minds of many of us.
I hope this presentation helps with CPD and I am happy to answer any questions via email email@example.com uk.
If it is useful there are 2 books you might find valuable.
This is a set of slides I use in many of my current presentations. It also forms the backbone of most decision making. I hope it helps increase your education. If you wish please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
If you found this useful, maybe you need to buy the book – a good investment !
This is a presentation based on one I deliver to second year pharmacy undergraduate students at Portsmouth University. Hope that it forms the basis of knowledge of why pharmacists should promote and support breastfeeding. Any queries please email me email@example.com . I’m always open to lecturing opportunities
If you find this useful, how about buying the book?
This is the presentation I have given most frequently since I co-authored the first thrush leaflet back in around 1999. I hope this helps some of the mis information eg it can be on one breast, thrush means painful feeds, all white tongues in babies are thrush
If you have any questions pleas email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is one of the presentations I have given most frequently over the last 20 years since I co wrote the first leaflet for BfN. One of the most common complications of breastfeeding but so little understood. I hope this helps the onging learning of professionals, peer supporters and all those supporting breastfeeding.
I am uploading most of the presentations that I have given over the years as training material for others to use as continued professional development.
If you have any queries pleas email email@example.com. Please consider buying my book if you find this useful
Looking at online CPD modules this week sponsored by formula manufacturers has prompted me to make this information I wrote for a pharmacy magazine ( who haven’t responded), available freely on line. Please share with pharmacies and pharmacists as widely as possible. Would be useful for their CPD as well as increasing knowledge on breastfeeding and drugs in breastmilk. Would be supported by a copy of Breastfeeding and Medication in every pharmacy
I am aware that most pharmacists do not receive any training on breastfeeding during their undergraduate studies. My own PhD studies showed that most of us gained our knowledge from our own personal experiences. As breastfeeding is acknowledged as a major public health area I have begun to prepare some training material for professionals – starting with my own. This is intended to provide a basic understanding of how pharmacists and their staff can help to support new mothers as part of their everyday working practice. More detailed presentations will follow on drugs in breastmilk. If you find this useful and want to know more please buy a copy of Breastfeeding and Medication
It’s breastfeeding celebration week! Did you know that national guidance recommends that prescribers look at supplementary sources to decide whether medications are compatible with breastfeeding? Use this poster to spread the word #dontsaystoplookitup tiny.cc/dontsaystop
Please spread the posters to all wards, surgeries and pharmacies