2022 Catalog: General Courses
DE0466: Diabetes Online CDE: A Child’s Definition of Health: “To Not Have Diabetes” Why Breastfeeding Support is a Shared Responsibility
Native communities across the nation are working hard to ensure healthy diabetes-free youth and families. Medical providers can effectively reach community health goals by relying on community strengths and upholding community values. Breastfeeding is one of the most essential Native traditions that brings cultural beliefs, mother’s love, food sovereignty, and science together into an evidence-based intervention that reduces risk of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
This session will first review how social determinants of health and epigenetics impact our communities and how the benefits of breastfeeding are essential for overcoming health disparities. Then, strategies from the Zuni Breastfeeding Coalition will be shared, with focus on common barriers to breastfeeding and simple ways to support baby friendly practices.
1. Describe benefits of breastfeeding along with barriers to breastfeeding.
2. Implement ways to enhance breastfeeding education and support for new mothers to help prevent early problems.
3. Create supportive a breastfeeding environment that naturally promotes breastfeeding and increases the rate of exclusive breastfeeding.
It is the policy of the Indian Health Service, Division of Oral Health, that faculty/planners disclose any financial or other relationships with commercial companies whose products may be discussed in the educational activity. The Indian Health Service, Division of Oral Health, also requires that faculty disclose any unlabeled or investigative use of pharmaceutical products and medical devices. Images that have been falsified or manipulated to misrepresent treatment outcomes are prohibited.
None of the faculty/planners for this activity has a conflict of interest, and there is no use of unlabeled or investigative pharmaceutical products or medical devices. No images have been falsified or manipulated to misrepresent treatment outcomes.The educational objectives, content, and selection of educational methods and instructors are conducted independent of any commercial entity.
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