The Breastfeeding Atlas, 7th Edition (Spiral Bound)
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ABOUT THE 7TH EDITION The Breastfeeding Atlas, 7th edition, has new photos and has been substantially re-written to reflect the most current research and best, evidence-based clinical practices. It also reflects the practical experience of Barbara Wilson-Clay, and Kay Hoover, both Fellows of the International Lactation Consultant Association, who have each been assisting mothers and babies for more than 30 years. A must-have text for students, candidates for the IBLCE (International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners) exam, and practitioners working in maternal-child health fields. Spiral binding permits book to open flat for easy study. The Breastfeeding Atlas was developed for students studying to become board certified lactation consultants and to help practicing clinicians support breastfeeding families. With 400 color photos and evidence-based management suggestions, The Atlas features the combined clinical wisdom of two of the field’s most experience LCs. Designed with coil binding for easy lie-flat studying, the Atlas is clearly written and fully referenced. Used internationally, and now translated into 3 languages, The Breastfeeding Atlas is an exceptional resource in the field of maternal-child health.
About the author:
Barbara Wilson-Clayhas been assisting breastfeeding families since 1981. She became certified as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant in 1987, and was recognized as a Fellow of the International Lactation Consultant Association in 2008. Barbara maintains a private practice in Austin, Texas, and is a member of numerous local, national, and international boards and coalitions to promote breastfeeding. Her research and commentaries have been widely published. An outspoken advocate for the profession of lactation consulting, Barbara also helped found and served as the Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Mothers Milk Bank at Austin. She served on the ethics committee of the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners, and is an active volunteer lobbyist in the Texas Legislature promoting breastfeeding as a health policy issue.