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RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL ENRICHMENT YOU CAN ACCESS IN THE CAR, GYM, OR ANYWHERE!InJoy's podcast features enlightening interviews with health educators, leaders, influencers, and advocates in maternal-child health who focus on transforming care through education. Tune in, learn, and be inspired by these empowering leaders who are passionate about making a difference—just like you. You’ll get ideas you can implement right away!

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Season 4 Episode 6: Lamaze International: Yesterday, Today, and the Future with Christen Sadler of Lamaze

Listenas Christen Sadler, Immediate Past President of Lamaze,tells us more about Lamaze’s beginnings, howthey havegrown,and wherethe futuremay betakingthem. Christen sharesways the organization advances theirmission:“Advancing Safe & Healthy Birth for Everyone, Everywhere.” Learn more aboutLamaze’scurrent projects,includingresearch and advocacy to help not only the educatorsbutalsoparentsin this country and others. A Registered Nurse for over 25 years, Christen Sadler’s experience spans multiple specialty areas including gerontology, med/surg, women’s health, and community health,as well as nursing education. She has worked in various capacities in Africa, South America,and the Southern United States. Currently she is a student in the PhD program at Texas Women’s University.In fallof2020, she will join the faculty at the University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. Additionally, she teaches as an adjunct professor at the University of St. Th...

45 min3 w ago
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Season 4 Episode 6: Lamaze International: Yesterday, Today, and the Future with Christen Sadler of Lamaze

Season 4 Episode 7: Vaginal Breech Birth: New Insights with Rixa Freeze, PhD

Rixa Freeze has a PhD from the University of Iowa and is a researcher, professor, and mother of four children. Her current research specialization is vaginal breech birth. She is the president of Breech Without Borders, a 501(c)3 nonprofit and teaches at a private liberal arts college. She blogs at Stand and Deliver. Listen and Learn: A lack of research may impede the view of breech birth as a normal life event Training for delivering singleton breech babies is not very common in US medical schools Research on breech birth outcomes is more available in other countries and some is now happening in the US also Many of the studies present conflicting information Not everyone with a breech baby is a good candidate for a breech vaginal birth Those that are good candidates may be able to avoid a cesarean with the right healthcare provider More breech vaginal births would likely be done if more healthcare providers were knowledgeable in the techniques, risks, and safety considerations. Breech Without Boarders is doing grassroots training for practitioners to relearn the skills here in the US and abroad Resources & Mentions: Breech Without Borders Vaginal breech workshops Reteach Breech fundraiser Stand and Deliver Blog Breech Without Borders Vimeo page Instructional breech birth videos (showing the normal mechanisms of breech) Related Products from InJoy Understanding Birth Curriculum

57 min3 w ago
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Season 4 Episode 7: Vaginal Breech Birth: New Insights with Rixa Freeze, PhD

Season 4 Episode 5 (Part 2):Growing a HealthyRainbow Babywith Katherine Hyde-Hensley

In Life After LossPart 1,Katherine tells her story of loss and how it impacted her personal growthand her family. Be sure to give it a listen.(Click here for part 1) Listento Part 2as wecontinue tofollow Katherine’s journeyto becoming a Perinatal Bereavement Psychotherapist and having her Rainbow BabyAlice. She always desired to have a big family but after a loss there was a lot to think about. Getting pregnant again unexpectedly createduncertaintythat Katherine and her husband worked through.But looking back, Katherine realized that she was just going through the motions of this new pregnancy. Find out how this new baby transformed their lives and how attachment is different with a Rainbow Baby. Katherine Hyde Hensley is a perinatal bereavement psychotherapist and group facilitator skilled in bereavement. She has a broad range of experience and knowledge in the areas of birth, postpartum, child development, infant death, and grief. Katherine earned her BS in Public Health and Child Development and her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and received her training as a Certified Postpartum Doula (DONA), certified Birth Doula (DONA), Resolve Through Sharing Perinatal Bereavement Trainer, Perinatal Loss Doula (LDI), and Palliative Care Provider from Harvard Medical School. Since 2008 she has combined her personal and professional experiences to improve the lives of infants, children, and families across Western North Carolina. Katherine lives in Asheville, NC with her husband Dave and four children, Elliott 19, Eliza 16, (Helen 14), and Alice 13. Listen and Learn: How fear impacts pregnancy after loss How caregivers could have helped lessen that fear What her “ghost pregnancy” means How Katherine moved from detached to attached What groups you should know about to help women you work with How online groups may be a benefit to both parents Resources & Mentions: Threads of Love Star Legacy Foundation Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance (PLIDA) Katherine Hyde Hensley Counseling and Consulting Related ProductsfromInJoy: Guide to Grief and Healing After the Loss of your Baby

32 min3 w ago
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Season 4 Episode 5 (Part 2):Growing a HealthyRainbow Babywith Katherine Hyde-Hensley

Season 4 Episode 5:Life After Losswith Katherine Hyde-Hensley– Part 1

Loss is always difficult. Losing someone you’resupposed to be meeting for the first time and spending the rest of your life withiseven tougher. Katherine and her family planned for a joyful event, the birth of their daughterHelen, butthat turned to sorrow when Helen was stillborn. Listen in as we follow Katherine’s journeyofbecoming a postpartum and loss doula and ultimately,a Perinatal Bereavement Psychotherapist. Shewill walk us through resources and researchshaping the world ofloss andprovideideas for healing that we can use with our families, friends, students,or clientsexperiencingsimilartypesof loss. Katherine Hyde Hensley is a perinatal bereavement psychotherapist and group facilitator skilled in bereavement. She has a broad range of experience and knowledge in the areas of birth, postpartum, child development, infant death, and grief. Katherine earned her BS in Public Health and Child Development and her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and re...

38 minOCT 22
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Season 4 Episode 5:Life After Losswith Katherine Hyde-Hensley– Part 1

Season 4 Episode 4: ICEA – 60 Years of Educator & Doula Training to Improve Maternal-Child Health with Bonita Katz, President of ICEA

Listen as Bonita (Boni)KatzBA, RN, ICCE, ICBD, IAT, CLCtalks aboutthe impact that ICEA has had on thefield ofmaternal-child healthandher own journey. Promotingfamily-centeredcare and freedom to make decisions based onknowledgeof options and alternativesare the key tenants of ICEA.Boni’s own birth helped spark her interest in becoming a certified childbirth educator and doula with ICEA. Joining ICEA in 1991, she went on to become a nurse andhascontinued her work as a childbirth educator and doula. Boni joined the ICEA board2013andis currently serving a two-year termas the president through the end of this year. Listen and Learn: A short history of childbirth education in the US ICEA’s journey from teaching parents to training teachers (and later doulas) The importance of certification The flexibility that is neededduring times like COVID The challenges of working internationally Improving infant and maternal mortality Resources & Mentions: Visit the ICEA Website ICEAVirtual Conference bundles Position Papers, Statements & Core Competencies Partners The International Childbirth Initiative (ICI): 12 Steps to Safe and RespectfulMotherBaby-Family Maternity Care Related Products fromInJoy: Understanding Birth Curriculum Pain Managementfor Childbirth, Two Volumes TheStages of Labor: AVisualGuide

41 minOCT 8
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Season 4 Episode 4: ICEA – 60 Years of Educator & Doula Training to Improve Maternal-Child Health with Bonita Katz, President of ICEA

Season 4 Episode 3: Making Safe Sleep Possible for All Families with Devon George of Cribs for Kids

Whenthe“Back to Sleep”campaignto reduce infant deathsstarted in 1994,the rate of SIDS went from 10,000to3,500 per year very quickly. Judy Bannon, founder of Cribs for Kids,realized that was a great thing but alsofoundthat some neighborhoods in her area had not reduced the number of SIDS deaths.She wanted tohelp. Listen in today with our guest Devon George to find out how Cribs for Kids took on the challenge to make sure that families had a safeplacefor their babies to sleep, along withtheeducation to go with it. She will also discusstheirprogramslike theNationalHospital Certification Programto help lower the numbers of SIDSdeathseven more. Devon George, MSN, RN is Director of Education at Cribs for Kids, where her primary focus is the National Hospital Certification Program. Devon joined Cribs for Kids after workingin academic nursingwhere she oversaw clinical curriculum for ADN and BSN programs. Shealsosits on the board of directors of Global Links, serving as the Vice Chair. Listen and Learn: WhyBack to Sleep transitioned to Safe to Sleep 1,600 partners nationwide providethe Cribs for Kids safe sleepcribettesand educationalmaterials Hospitals can become nationally certified by making sure all patients go home with educationabout the ABCs – Alone, on their Back, in a Crib The importance of having all who care for the baby knowaboutsafesleep-grandparents,childcare providers, babysitters and family Safesleephappens at night AND during the day COVID created opportunities for new ways to get the education andcribettesto families Everyone can promote SafetoSleep Resources & Mentions: Cribs for Kids Safe Sleep Ambassador program The National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program Ette Cetera – Support Cribs for Kids when purchasing baby necessities for you or your loved ones Reach out to Devon George Related ProductsfromInJoy: UnderstandingInfant &ChildSafetyCurriculum UnderstandingYourNewbornCurriculum UnderstandingMother &BabyCareCurriculum InJoy’s7 Steps to Reduce Risk of SIDS

38 minSEP 24
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Season 4 Episode 3: Making Safe Sleep Possible for All Families with Devon George of Cribs for Kids

Season 4 Episode 2: New Dads 101 with Ginny Robinson of Medical City Plano

Thinking of startingor revamping yourFatherhood class? Ginny Robinsonjoinsus to sharetips and tricks to creating a successful fatherhood class. She offers ideas on formatting, marketing, teaching dads during socialdistancing& insights into what dads want to know. Ginny Robinson has been a nurse for over 50 years and spent the last 32 years at her current hospital in Plano TX. She has worked in many different areas of maternal child nursing including lactation and bereavement. One of her main roles right now is community education including childbirth education programs and community outreach for all ages. Listen and Learn: The main things ondads’minds Team teaching creates more interest Dads teach the baby about the world Building confidence and empowering through class Ways to market classes to keep them full Resources: Understanding Fatherhood Understanding Your Newborn Brief Prenatal Role-Play Predicts New Fathers’ ParentingSkills

33 minSEP 10
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Season 4 Episode 2: New Dads 101 with Ginny Robinson of Medical City Plano

Season 4 Episode 1: United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC): It's History, Today’s Story, & Vision for the Future

Listen as Nikia Sankofa, Executive Director, and Amelia Psmythe Seger, Deputy Director, unfold the richness of USBC. They will tell us about when, why, and how USBC was created, and what the organization's goals are for today and for the future to protect, promote, and support breastfeeding in the United States. The strategy and structure of the USBC makes it one of the most dedicated and productive organizations that support those who are supporting families. Listen and Learn: A short history of how USBC started USBC is a “coalition of coalitions” About the Awake to Woke to Work document to impact equity The organizational change that allowed USBC to grow from 50 to 100 members in less than 1 year COVID-19 Infant and Young Children Feeding Constellation is an emergency response, leveraging capacity through racial equity with 43 member organizations involved About using spaces and graces at the community level to continue to grow in knowledge about equity Ways that you and your organization can get involved – how in-kind support is needed Resources & Mentions: Visit the USBC Website COVID-19 Infant and Young Child Feeding Constellation National Breastfeeding Conference & Convening “Reimagined” USBC Facebook USBC Twitter Interested in your organization joining USBC as a Member? Contact membership@usbreastfeeding.org Want to offer in-kind support? Contact development@usbreastfeeding.org

47 minAUG 27
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Season 4 Episode 1: United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC): It's History, Today’s Story, & Vision for the Future

Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19 – Changing Education Formats to Meet Student Needs with Anne Wright, MS, Manager of Perinatal Patient Education at Texas Children's Women’s Pavillion

Many hospitals have paredtheirclassofferings down tocore classes and moved themonline. Join us to hear Anne’s storyaboutwhat those changes have meant for Anne, her staff,and the students. AnneWright’sbackground is in education. She spent 10 years working for Continental Airlinesproviding leadership development training to over 5,000 leaders worldwide. During that time, Anne developed a desire to bring leadership principles to families during their childbearing years. She began working at Texas Children's Hospital in 2004 as a leadership and organizational development specialist. In her free time, Anne became a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator and began teaching childbirth classes.In 2011, Texas Children's opened the Pavilion for Women, and Anne became the manager of patient education.Over the past six years, Anne’s team has developed standardized curriculum for 18 different classes. She put into place class standards, department policies and procedures,and a structured development program for educators. Listen and Learn: How tomaintainquality, access,and innovation while changinghoweducationis delivered What complications had to be overcome in quickly launching virtual formats Reasons forreducingclassofferings toonlycore classesduring the crisis How virtual maternity tours can be beneficial for some parentsnow andeven in the future Skillsher staff is developingin this time that will be beneficial in thelong-term Resources & Mentions: Building Bridges: Virtual Solutions for Teaching Parents InJoy's eClass Solutions InJoy’sCOVID Resources Listen to another episode we recorded with Anne!

31 minMAY 20
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Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19 – Changing Education Formats to Meet Student Needs with Anne Wright, MS, Manager of Perinatal Patient Education at Texas Children's Women’s Pavillion

Healthcare in the Time of COVID: Working as a Lactation Consultant in the Hospital Setting During the Pandemic with Beverly Wilhelm, RN, BSN, IBCLC.

Learn how an experienced IBCLC navigates to servebreastfeedingmoms and babies in the hospitalsettingduring the time of COVID-19.Beverly Wilhelmis a Registered Nurse of 25 years and an InternationalBoard-CertifiedLactation Consultant of 15 years in Women’s Services (primarily NICU and Mom/Baby).She hasworked at hospitals in Atlanta, Dallas,and the Denver metro area. An Atlanta native,she haslived in Denver for 9 years withherhusband, two teenage sons,and two dogs.Shelovesworking with new moms, babies,and their families and enjoystheopportunities toeducateandmakehuman connectionsas a nurse. Listen and Learn: Changes taking place when working with breastfeeding women The impact of breastfeeding in supporting moms and babies during thepandemic Breastfeedingand pumping protocolsestablishedto ensure safety of mom and baby Thedifferences in protocol when a mom hasbeen diagnosed withCOVID-19 or isaPUI(person under investigation) Measures to keep the IBCLCs and staff protected during patient interaction StepsBeverly usesto keepherfamily and home safe and mentally healthy Resources & Mentions: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/pregnancy-breastfeeding.html https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/coronavirus/breastfeeding-with-coronavirus Related ProductsFromInJoy: Understanding Breastfeeding curriculum Practice to Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding: Managing Common ChallengeseCourse Practice to Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding: Core ConceptseCourse

25 minMAY 13
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Healthcare in the Time of COVID: Working as a Lactation Consultant in the Hospital Setting During the Pandemic with Beverly Wilhelm, RN, BSN, IBCLC.

Latest Episodes

Season 4 Episode 6: Lamaze International: Yesterday, Today, and the Future with Christen Sadler of Lamaze

Listenas Christen Sadler, Immediate Past President of Lamaze,tells us more about Lamaze’s beginnings, howthey havegrown,and wherethe futuremay betakingthem. Christen sharesways the organization advances theirmission:“Advancing Safe & Healthy Birth for Everyone, Everywhere.” Learn more aboutLamaze’scurrent projects,includingresearch and advocacy to help not only the educatorsbutalsoparentsin this country and others. A Registered Nurse for over 25 years, Christen Sadler’s experience spans multiple specialty areas including gerontology, med/surg, women’s health, and community health,as well as nursing education. She has worked in various capacities in Africa, South America,and the Southern United States. Currently she is a student in the PhD program at Texas Women’s University.In fallof2020, she will join the faculty at the University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. Additionally, she teaches as an adjunct professor at the University of St. Th...

45 min3 w ago
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Season 4 Episode 6: Lamaze International: Yesterday, Today, and the Future with Christen Sadler of Lamaze

Season 4 Episode 7: Vaginal Breech Birth: New Insights with Rixa Freeze, PhD

Rixa Freeze has a PhD from the University of Iowa and is a researcher, professor, and mother of four children. Her current research specialization is vaginal breech birth. She is the president of Breech Without Borders, a 501(c)3 nonprofit and teaches at a private liberal arts college. She blogs at Stand and Deliver. Listen and Learn: A lack of research may impede the view of breech birth as a normal life event Training for delivering singleton breech babies is not very common in US medical schools Research on breech birth outcomes is more available in other countries and some is now happening in the US also Many of the studies present conflicting information Not everyone with a breech baby is a good candidate for a breech vaginal birth Those that are good candidates may be able to avoid a cesarean with the right healthcare provider More breech vaginal births would likely be done if more healthcare providers were knowledgeable in the techniques, risks, and safety considerations. Breech Without Boarders is doing grassroots training for practitioners to relearn the skills here in the US and abroad Resources & Mentions: Breech Without Borders Vaginal breech workshops Reteach Breech fundraiser Stand and Deliver Blog Breech Without Borders Vimeo page Instructional breech birth videos (showing the normal mechanisms of breech) Related Products from InJoy Understanding Birth Curriculum

57 min3 w ago
Comments
Season 4 Episode 7: Vaginal Breech Birth: New Insights with Rixa Freeze, PhD

Season 4 Episode 5 (Part 2):Growing a HealthyRainbow Babywith Katherine Hyde-Hensley

In Life After LossPart 1,Katherine tells her story of loss and how it impacted her personal growthand her family. Be sure to give it a listen.(Click here for part 1) Listento Part 2as wecontinue tofollow Katherine’s journeyto becoming a Perinatal Bereavement Psychotherapist and having her Rainbow BabyAlice. She always desired to have a big family but after a loss there was a lot to think about. Getting pregnant again unexpectedly createduncertaintythat Katherine and her husband worked through.But looking back, Katherine realized that she was just going through the motions of this new pregnancy. Find out how this new baby transformed their lives and how attachment is different with a Rainbow Baby. Katherine Hyde Hensley is a perinatal bereavement psychotherapist and group facilitator skilled in bereavement. She has a broad range of experience and knowledge in the areas of birth, postpartum, child development, infant death, and grief. Katherine earned her BS in Public Health and Child Development and her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and received her training as a Certified Postpartum Doula (DONA), certified Birth Doula (DONA), Resolve Through Sharing Perinatal Bereavement Trainer, Perinatal Loss Doula (LDI), and Palliative Care Provider from Harvard Medical School. Since 2008 she has combined her personal and professional experiences to improve the lives of infants, children, and families across Western North Carolina. Katherine lives in Asheville, NC with her husband Dave and four children, Elliott 19, Eliza 16, (Helen 14), and Alice 13. Listen and Learn: How fear impacts pregnancy after loss How caregivers could have helped lessen that fear What her “ghost pregnancy” means How Katherine moved from detached to attached What groups you should know about to help women you work with How online groups may be a benefit to both parents Resources & Mentions: Threads of Love Star Legacy Foundation Pregnancy Loss and Infant Death Alliance (PLIDA) Katherine Hyde Hensley Counseling and Consulting Related ProductsfromInJoy: Guide to Grief and Healing After the Loss of your Baby

32 min3 w ago
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Season 4 Episode 5 (Part 2):Growing a HealthyRainbow Babywith Katherine Hyde-Hensley

Season 4 Episode 5:Life After Losswith Katherine Hyde-Hensley– Part 1

Loss is always difficult. Losing someone you’resupposed to be meeting for the first time and spending the rest of your life withiseven tougher. Katherine and her family planned for a joyful event, the birth of their daughterHelen, butthat turned to sorrow when Helen was stillborn. Listen in as we follow Katherine’s journeyofbecoming a postpartum and loss doula and ultimately,a Perinatal Bereavement Psychotherapist. Shewill walk us through resources and researchshaping the world ofloss andprovideideas for healing that we can use with our families, friends, students,or clientsexperiencingsimilartypesof loss. Katherine Hyde Hensley is a perinatal bereavement psychotherapist and group facilitator skilled in bereavement. She has a broad range of experience and knowledge in the areas of birth, postpartum, child development, infant death, and grief. Katherine earned her BS in Public Health and Child Development and her MS in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University and re...

38 minOCT 22
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Season 4 Episode 5:Life After Losswith Katherine Hyde-Hensley– Part 1

Season 4 Episode 4: ICEA – 60 Years of Educator & Doula Training to Improve Maternal-Child Health with Bonita Katz, President of ICEA

Listen as Bonita (Boni)KatzBA, RN, ICCE, ICBD, IAT, CLCtalks aboutthe impact that ICEA has had on thefield ofmaternal-child healthandher own journey. Promotingfamily-centeredcare and freedom to make decisions based onknowledgeof options and alternativesare the key tenants of ICEA.Boni’s own birth helped spark her interest in becoming a certified childbirth educator and doula with ICEA. Joining ICEA in 1991, she went on to become a nurse andhascontinued her work as a childbirth educator and doula. Boni joined the ICEA board2013andis currently serving a two-year termas the president through the end of this year. Listen and Learn: A short history of childbirth education in the US ICEA’s journey from teaching parents to training teachers (and later doulas) The importance of certification The flexibility that is neededduring times like COVID The challenges of working internationally Improving infant and maternal mortality Resources & Mentions: Visit the ICEA Website ICEAVirtual Conference bundles Position Papers, Statements & Core Competencies Partners The International Childbirth Initiative (ICI): 12 Steps to Safe and RespectfulMotherBaby-Family Maternity Care Related Products fromInJoy: Understanding Birth Curriculum Pain Managementfor Childbirth, Two Volumes TheStages of Labor: AVisualGuide

41 minOCT 8
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Season 4 Episode 4: ICEA – 60 Years of Educator & Doula Training to Improve Maternal-Child Health with Bonita Katz, President of ICEA

Season 4 Episode 3: Making Safe Sleep Possible for All Families with Devon George of Cribs for Kids

Whenthe“Back to Sleep”campaignto reduce infant deathsstarted in 1994,the rate of SIDS went from 10,000to3,500 per year very quickly. Judy Bannon, founder of Cribs for Kids,realized that was a great thing but alsofoundthat some neighborhoods in her area had not reduced the number of SIDS deaths.She wanted tohelp. Listen in today with our guest Devon George to find out how Cribs for Kids took on the challenge to make sure that families had a safeplacefor their babies to sleep, along withtheeducation to go with it. She will also discusstheirprogramslike theNationalHospital Certification Programto help lower the numbers of SIDSdeathseven more. Devon George, MSN, RN is Director of Education at Cribs for Kids, where her primary focus is the National Hospital Certification Program. Devon joined Cribs for Kids after workingin academic nursingwhere she oversaw clinical curriculum for ADN and BSN programs. Shealsosits on the board of directors of Global Links, serving as the Vice Chair. Listen and Learn: WhyBack to Sleep transitioned to Safe to Sleep 1,600 partners nationwide providethe Cribs for Kids safe sleepcribettesand educationalmaterials Hospitals can become nationally certified by making sure all patients go home with educationabout the ABCs – Alone, on their Back, in a Crib The importance of having all who care for the baby knowaboutsafesleep-grandparents,childcare providers, babysitters and family Safesleephappens at night AND during the day COVID created opportunities for new ways to get the education andcribettesto families Everyone can promote SafetoSleep Resources & Mentions: Cribs for Kids Safe Sleep Ambassador program The National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program Ette Cetera – Support Cribs for Kids when purchasing baby necessities for you or your loved ones Reach out to Devon George Related ProductsfromInJoy: UnderstandingInfant &ChildSafetyCurriculum UnderstandingYourNewbornCurriculum UnderstandingMother &BabyCareCurriculum InJoy’s7 Steps to Reduce Risk of SIDS

38 minSEP 24
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Season 4 Episode 3: Making Safe Sleep Possible for All Families with Devon George of Cribs for Kids

Season 4 Episode 2: New Dads 101 with Ginny Robinson of Medical City Plano

Thinking of startingor revamping yourFatherhood class? Ginny Robinsonjoinsus to sharetips and tricks to creating a successful fatherhood class. She offers ideas on formatting, marketing, teaching dads during socialdistancing& insights into what dads want to know. Ginny Robinson has been a nurse for over 50 years and spent the last 32 years at her current hospital in Plano TX. She has worked in many different areas of maternal child nursing including lactation and bereavement. One of her main roles right now is community education including childbirth education programs and community outreach for all ages. Listen and Learn: The main things ondads’minds Team teaching creates more interest Dads teach the baby about the world Building confidence and empowering through class Ways to market classes to keep them full Resources: Understanding Fatherhood Understanding Your Newborn Brief Prenatal Role-Play Predicts New Fathers’ ParentingSkills

33 minSEP 10
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Season 4 Episode 2: New Dads 101 with Ginny Robinson of Medical City Plano

Season 4 Episode 1: United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC): It's History, Today’s Story, & Vision for the Future

Listen as Nikia Sankofa, Executive Director, and Amelia Psmythe Seger, Deputy Director, unfold the richness of USBC. They will tell us about when, why, and how USBC was created, and what the organization's goals are for today and for the future to protect, promote, and support breastfeeding in the United States. The strategy and structure of the USBC makes it one of the most dedicated and productive organizations that support those who are supporting families. Listen and Learn: A short history of how USBC started USBC is a “coalition of coalitions” About the Awake to Woke to Work document to impact equity The organizational change that allowed USBC to grow from 50 to 100 members in less than 1 year COVID-19 Infant and Young Children Feeding Constellation is an emergency response, leveraging capacity through racial equity with 43 member organizations involved About using spaces and graces at the community level to continue to grow in knowledge about equity Ways that you and your organization can get involved – how in-kind support is needed Resources & Mentions: Visit the USBC Website COVID-19 Infant and Young Child Feeding Constellation National Breastfeeding Conference & Convening “Reimagined” USBC Facebook USBC Twitter Interested in your organization joining USBC as a Member? Contact membership@usbreastfeeding.org Want to offer in-kind support? Contact development@usbreastfeeding.org

47 minAUG 27
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Season 4 Episode 1: United States Breastfeeding Committee (USBC): It's History, Today’s Story, & Vision for the Future

Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19 – Changing Education Formats to Meet Student Needs with Anne Wright, MS, Manager of Perinatal Patient Education at Texas Children's Women’s Pavillion

Many hospitals have paredtheirclassofferings down tocore classes and moved themonline. Join us to hear Anne’s storyaboutwhat those changes have meant for Anne, her staff,and the students. AnneWright’sbackground is in education. She spent 10 years working for Continental Airlinesproviding leadership development training to over 5,000 leaders worldwide. During that time, Anne developed a desire to bring leadership principles to families during their childbearing years. She began working at Texas Children's Hospital in 2004 as a leadership and organizational development specialist. In her free time, Anne became a Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educator and began teaching childbirth classes.In 2011, Texas Children's opened the Pavilion for Women, and Anne became the manager of patient education.Over the past six years, Anne’s team has developed standardized curriculum for 18 different classes. She put into place class standards, department policies and procedures,and a structured development program for educators. Listen and Learn: How tomaintainquality, access,and innovation while changinghoweducationis delivered What complications had to be overcome in quickly launching virtual formats Reasons forreducingclassofferings toonlycore classesduring the crisis How virtual maternity tours can be beneficial for some parentsnow andeven in the future Skillsher staff is developingin this time that will be beneficial in thelong-term Resources & Mentions: Building Bridges: Virtual Solutions for Teaching Parents InJoy's eClass Solutions InJoy’sCOVID Resources Listen to another episode we recorded with Anne!

31 minMAY 20
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Healthcare in the Time of COVID-19 – Changing Education Formats to Meet Student Needs with Anne Wright, MS, Manager of Perinatal Patient Education at Texas Children's Women’s Pavillion

Healthcare in the Time of COVID: Working as a Lactation Consultant in the Hospital Setting During the Pandemic with Beverly Wilhelm, RN, BSN, IBCLC.

Learn how an experienced IBCLC navigates to servebreastfeedingmoms and babies in the hospitalsettingduring the time of COVID-19.Beverly Wilhelmis a Registered Nurse of 25 years and an InternationalBoard-CertifiedLactation Consultant of 15 years in Women’s Services (primarily NICU and Mom/Baby).She hasworked at hospitals in Atlanta, Dallas,and the Denver metro area. An Atlanta native,she haslived in Denver for 9 years withherhusband, two teenage sons,and two dogs.Shelovesworking with new moms, babies,and their families and enjoystheopportunities toeducateandmakehuman connectionsas a nurse. Listen and Learn: Changes taking place when working with breastfeeding women The impact of breastfeeding in supporting moms and babies during thepandemic Breastfeedingand pumping protocolsestablishedto ensure safety of mom and baby Thedifferences in protocol when a mom hasbeen diagnosed withCOVID-19 or isaPUI(person under investigation) Measures to keep the IBCLCs and staff protected during patient interaction StepsBeverly usesto keepherfamily and home safe and mentally healthy Resources & Mentions: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/pregnancy-breastfeeding.html https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/coronavirus/breastfeeding-with-coronavirus Related ProductsFromInJoy: Understanding Breastfeeding curriculum Practice to Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding: Managing Common ChallengeseCourse Practice to Increase Exclusive Breastfeeding: Core ConceptseCourse

25 minMAY 13
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Healthcare in the Time of COVID: Working as a Lactation Consultant in the Hospital Setting During the Pandemic with Beverly Wilhelm, RN, BSN, IBCLC.
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