Breastfeeding Grand Rounds 2009: Breastfeeding: A Vital Emergency Response

At the conclusion of the presentation, the participants will be able to:

  1. List reasons mothers may stop breastfeeding in a disaster setting.
  2. Explain why it is especially important in disaster settings for families to continue breastfeeding.
  3. Describe interventions that can help mothers continue breastfeeding after disasters.
Participant Information
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1. Work location?
2. Job position/role?
3. Type of organization/work setting?
4. Race/ethnicity?
5. Gender?
6. What format did you use?
Evaluation
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7. The course was of overall high quality.
8. The program moderator was helpful in framing questions and focusing discussion.
9. The presenter, Mary Applegate (moderator), MD, MPH, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, University at Albany School of Public Health, Director, NYS Preventive Medicine Residency Program was knowledgeable.
9b. The presenter, Ruth Lawrence, MD, Professor of Pediatrics and Obstetrics & Gynecology, University of Rochester School of Medicine & Dentistry, and author of "Breastfeeding: A Guide for the Medical Profession" was knowledgeable.
9c. The presenter, Audrey Naylor, MD, DrPH, FAAP, FABM, Independent health, wellness and fitness professional; Chair, U.S. Breastfeeding Committee was knowledgeable.
10. As a result of my participation in this videoconference, I am able to List reasons mothers may stop breastfeeding in a disaster setting.
10b. As a result of my participation in this videoconference, I am able to Explain why it is especially important in disaster settings for families to continue breastfeeding.
10c. As a result of my participation in this videoconference, I am able to Describe interventions that can help mothers continue breastfeeding after disasters.
11. The knowledge gained from this program will help me perform my job more effectively.
12. I would recommend this course for employees in positions similar to mine.
Comments
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13. What was the most useful or important thing you learned during this program?
14. What suggestions do you have for improving the program?
15. What other public health topics would you like to see addressed in future satellite broadcasts?
Point of View
16. This training was balanced, fair, and free of commercial bias.
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