Workshops are 90-minute interactive sessions. Workshops will be offered at two times, with four at a time running concurrently. In-person attendees can select one in each time slot. Virtual attendees will be streamed one in each time slot, as determined by the planning committee

  • Reducing Racial Disparities in Breastfeeding in the USA: Strategies that Work 
  • Implementing a Breastfeeding Medicine Elective in a Residency Program 
  • NICU to Home Program Significantly Helps Increase Duration of Breast Feeding for Preterm Infants 
  • Multimodal Protocol for Induced Lactation in Adoptive Breastfeeding Dyads 
  • How to Use Motivational Interviewing to Help Families Meet Their Breastfeeding Goals 
  • Introduction to Protocol 21 Breastfeeding Guideline Update: Breastfeeding Among Mother-Infant Dyads Affected by Substance Use or Substance Use Disorders 
  • Rethinking Benign Inflammation of the Lactating Breast - the Clinical Implications of the New Mechanobiological Models of Breast and Nipple Pain 
  • Physician Education and Support on Breastfeeding 

Please Note: Only one workshop will be available to virtual attendees during the workshop time slots on both Friday and Saturday. These two workshops will also be recorded and be the only workshops available to view by all attendees after the meeting.

In-person attendees will have the option to attend the workshop of their choice on Friday and Saturday. There will be four options Friday and four different options on Saturday.

Virtual attendees will only be able to attend the workshops that are presented virtually and recorded. Please see the schedule for more detailed information on the workshops.