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PAC/LAC Webinar: Alone In the World: Navigating the Workspace as the Only IBCLC of Color

Speaker: DOMINIQUE GALLO, IBCLC, RLC, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant

At The Conclusion Of This Webinar, Participants Will Be Able To:

  • Understand Barriers To Becoming An IBCLC  (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant)
  • Learn How Implicit Biases Increase The Workload For The IBCLC
  • Identify Ways To Be More Supportive Of The IBCLC In The Work Place

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The Impact of ACEs on Black Maternal Health

CBHN is an ACES Aware Initiative grantee partner and is hosting an event for healthcare providers, health professionals, and community service providers to discuss and learn about the connection between ACES and Black Maternal Health. The program will focus on effective approaches to address the needs of Black pregnant women, the impact of ACES, and its association with maternal health and poor birth outcomes for Black women, Medi-Cal recipients, and others. This event is designed for all health care providers across California who are interested in learning about the importance of and the role of ACES screening in addressing and improving Black Maternal Health and Infant Mortality outcomes.

Register now at:               https://bit.ly/2NR4fQY

PAC/LAC Webinar: Birth Companions

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Please join us as our speaker Carla Clark will discuss the role of doulas and how they impact birth outcomes. 

This presentation is eligible for continuing education for nurses and health educators.

After the presentation, participants will be able to:

  1. Name at least three ways in which doulas can support a mother before, during, and after birth.
  2. Name at least two challenges doulas face and ways in which they can assist doulas overcoming within their practice.
  3. Identify one area in their programs in which support for pregnant women by a doula can be provided. Attendees will understand the disparity in childbirth for African American women and why.