Publications & Presentations – 4th Quarter 2016

Publications

Bartick MC, Jegier BJ, Green BD, Schwarz EB, Reinhold AG, Stuebe AM. Disparities in Breastfeeding: Impact on Maternal and Child Health Outcomes and Costs. J Pediatr. 2016 Nov 10.

Gueron-Sela, N., Propper, C.B., Wagner, N.J., Camerota, M.E., Tully, K.P. & Moore, G.A. 2016. Infant respiratory sinus arrhythmia and maternal depressive symptoms predict toddler sleep problems. Developmental Psychobiology. [e-pub ahead of print] doi: 10.1002/dev.21480.

Stuebe AM, Bonuck K, Adatorwovor R, Schwartz TA, Berry DC. A Cluster Randomized Trial of Tailored Breastfeeding Support for Women with Gestational Diabetes. Breastfeed Med. 2016 Dec; 11:504-513 [e-pub 2016 Oct 26]

Presentations

Anderson KL. NAPPSS Child Care and Early Education Action Team Update (webinar).  National Action Partnership to Promote Safe Sleep, September 2016.

Klein C, Randolph G, Sullivan CS. CDC’s EMPower Breastfeeding Initiative: addressing health disparities through changes in hospital policies and practices. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo, Denver, Colorado, November 2016.

Muddana A, Tully KP, Asbill D, Seashore S, & Stuebe AM. Pasteurized donor human milk on the postnatal unit. Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine 21st Annual International Meeting. Washington, D.C., October 2016.

Parry KC. Targeted Breastfeeding Education: Optimizing Your Time; and Reading Research with a Critical Eye. Lactation Consultant Review Course, Raleigh, NC, September 2016.

Parry KC. Panelist, Mainstreaming Gender and CGBI World Café Exhibitor. WABA Global Breastfeeding Partners Forum Turning Silver into Gold, Penang, Malaysia, October 2016.

Parry KC, Sullivan CS. Tested tools to Support Hospitals Achieving the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding (Poster).  American Public Health Association Annual Meeting and Expo, Denver, Colorado, October 2016.

Smetana, A. Ethical decision Making for the Lactation Consultant; and Breastfeeding: Addressing the Barriers and Strategies for Providing Optimal Care. Lactation Consultant Review Course, Raleigh, NC, September 2016.

Stuebe AM. Overview of Breastfeeding and Lactation; Problems that May Affect Breastfeeding; Impact of Birthing Practices on Breastfeeding; and Drugs and Breastfeeding: Science and Philosophy. Lactation Consultant Review Course, Raleigh, NC, September 2016.

Stuebe AM. Lactation, Oxytocin and Perinatal Mood Disorders; Obesity, Maternal Metabolic Disease, Diabetes and Early Weaning:  Which Comes First and What Can We Do About It?; and Why Does It Hurt? A Differential Diagnosis for Breastfeeding Associated Pain Building a Breastfeeding Culture: Barriers to Promoting Breastfeeding and How to Overcome Resistance to Change.  SWAG Lactation Conferences, Berkeley, CA, October 2016.

Stuebe AM. 4th Trimester Awareness and Safety; Mood, Mother and Infant: The Psychobiology of Postpartum Mood Disorders; and Helping Women to Achieve Their Breastfeeding Goals. 31st Annual Asbury Memorial Lectureship, Corvallis, OR, October 2016.

Stuebe AM. The 4th Trimester: Implications for assessment and care of women with endocrine abnormalities. Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo, Boston, MA, October 2016.

Stuebe AM. Reducing Cancer Risk by Enabling Women to Breastfeed. AACR Cancer Risk and Prevention Conference, Orlando, CA, November 2016.

Sullivan CS. Maternal Nutrition; Problems that May Affect Breastfeeding; Public Health Policy and Advocacy for IBCLCs; and Evidence Based Care Policies Built on the Ten Steps of the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative. Lactation Consultant Review Course, Raleigh, NC, September 2016.

Sullivan CS. Future direction for IBCLC practice. 26th Annual Art of Breastfeeding Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 2016.

Sullivan CS, Lawless G. The journey to breastfeeding-friendly designation. 26th Annual Art of Breastfeeding Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, October 2016.

Sullivan CS. National initiatives and collaboratives: EMPower (Panel), CHAMPS System Approach to Baby Friendly Designation Meeting, Jackson, Mississippi, November 2016.

Tully KP. The 4th Trimester Project: Defining unmet maternal postpartum health needs (Paper). Alamance County Health Department. Burlington, North Carolina, October 2016.

Tully KP & Stuebe AM. The 4th Trimester Project: Infant feeding in the context of maternal postpartum health (Paper). Infant and Young Child Feeding Research Interest Group. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, September 2016.

Tully KP. Organizational Self-Assessment Team Update (Webinar). National Action Partnership to Promote Safe Sleep, September 2016.

Verbiest S, Tully KP, & Stuebe AM. The 4th Trimester: A critical transition period with unmet maternal health needs (Poster). Conference for Community Engagement and Healthcare Improvement. Social Justice, Health Equity, and Value-Based Care. San Antonio, September 2016.

 

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