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Breastfeeding: Getting the conversation started when no one is talking!. Anne Whitmire IBCLC RLC Breastfeeding Program Manager Bureau of Nutrition and Physical Activity. Topics. FY13 Breastfeeding Hotline Review FY14 Keep It Simple Training Ideas Open Forum.

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breastfeeding getting the conversation started when no one is talking

Breastfeeding: Getting the conversation started when no one is talking!

Anne Whitmire IBCLC RLC

Breastfeeding Program Manager

Bureau of Nutrition and Physical Activity

topics
Topics
  • FY13 Breastfeeding Hotline Review
  • FY14 Keep It Simple
  • Training Ideas
  • Open Forum
fy 13 breastfeeding hotline review

FY 13 Breastfeeding Hotline Review

Note: This does not include calls answered by the Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Hotline Operators. This represents primarily non-business hours calls.

total calls 3895
Total Calls: 3895

Monthly

Annual

discussion questions
Discussion Questions?
  • What can we use this information to help our clients?
  • Knowing this information, what probes could we use?
  • What other information would be helpful?
changes cover
Changes: Cover

In order to save on costs, the custom cover was removed.

changes table of contents
Changes: Table of Contents
  • Titles of the chapters are listed
  • Topics are now listed on the opening pages of each chapter.
bonus
Bonus!!!!!
  • Videos are available through the QR code or on website for more information including parent testimonials.
  • The elephant symbol indicates an important tip that you may want to share.
changes chapter 1 deciding to breastfeed
Changes: Chapter 1 – Deciding to Breastfeed
  • Removed:
    • How much time does breastfeeding take?
changes chapter 3 beginning to breastfeed
Changes: Chapter 3 – Beginning to Breastfeed
  • Expanded
    • How do I get started?
      • Guidance on the first feeding after birth and then subsequent feedings
  • Condensed
    • How long does a feeding last?
      • Times were adjusted.
  • Added
    • Why does breastfeeding seem so hard at first?
changes chapter 4 taking care of your baby
Changes: Chapter 4 – Taking Care of Your Baby
  • Added
    • How can I care for my baby and still do all the other things I need to do?
    • How can I tell if my baby is getting enough to eat?
    • How can I keep my baby from getting a flat head?
    • Can I breastfeed if my baby has teeth?
  • Expanded
    • What should my baby’s stool (poop) look like?
      • Chart: Day/Number/Color
changes chapter 6 taking care of yourself
Changes: Chapter 6 – Taking Care of Yourself
  • Added
    • What are “baby blues” and how are they different from “postpartum depression”?
changes chapter 7 returning to work or school
Changes: Chapter 7 – Returning to Work or School
  • Condensed
    • Can I breastfeed after I go back to work or school?
      • Removed the timeline/steps
  • Expanded
    • How do I choose a breast pump?
      • Pictures of pumps
    • How long can I store my milk?
      • Storage Guidelines Chart
changes chapter 9
Changes: Chapter 9
  • Added
    • Daily Log
      • Breastfeeding/Wet Diapers/Poops
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Arizona Department of Health Services Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Hotline

1-800-833-4642

training ideas
Training Ideas

Relay Race

Scavenger Hunt

Individuals

Give everyone a copy of the book.

Give everyone a copy of the questions.

First person to write down all of the page numbers or answers wins!

  • Teams
  • Print each question out on a separate piece of paper or cardstock.
  • Evenly divide the questions based of the number of teams and place at the front of the room with a copy of the book and a piece of paper/marker.
  • Have each teammate run to the front one by one to find the page number of the question they pick. (More difficult: have them answer the question)
  • Fastest/Correct Team wins!
questions
Questions?

Anne Whitmire

(602) 390-7009

Anne.whitmire@azdhs.gov