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§ - Why should we value the protection of breastfeeding?
§ - Milk Sharing: the sharing, selling and buying of human milk
§ - Gastric emptying of the preterm and term breastfed infant
§ - Confrontation and collaboration: moving to beat practice
§ - Complementary feeding: the when/what/how never ending story
§ - Dealing with NICU babies: how Baby-Friendly are you?
§ - How preterm babies breastfeed – ultrasound and intra-oral vacuum findings
§ - Breaking free: normalising birth, breastfeeding and bonding
§ - The affective needs of children
§ - The roles of and in nipple and breast pain: results of the CASTLE study
§ - Understanding research and ethics
§ - More case studies from the lactation disorders detective: diagnosing nipple and breast pain
§ - Why children won’t eat
§ Assoc Prof Kathleen Marinelli (USA)
§ Dr Jack Newman (Canada)
§ Dr Julie Smith (Australia)
§ Dr Ching Tat Lai (Australia)
§ Dr Peter Blair (UK)
§ Dr Wendy Brodribb (Australia)
§ Dr Danielle Gallegos (Australia)
§ Prof Miriam Labbok (USA)
§ Assoc Prof Ellen McIntyre (Australia)
§ Prof Rebekah Russell-Bennett (Australia)
§ Dr Alison Steube (USA)
§ Prof. Lesley Barclay (Australia)
§ David Clark (USA)
§ Dr Fonteini Hassiotou (Australia)
§ Lisa Marasco (USA)
§ Dr Gillian Opie (Australia)
§ Dr James McKenna (USA)
§ John Senior (Australia)
§ Lyn Craig (Australia)
§ (Germany) - mastitis and the role of the father in supporting breastfeeding.
§ (USA) - treatment options for depressed breastfeeding mothers and mothers’ fatigue related to where their babies sleep.
§ (USA) - ‘Colic solved: reflux and the crying baby’ and ‘Allergies — the other reflux’.
§ (USA) - ‘It’s more than the milk: attachment, oxytocin and the maternal brain’
§ (UK) - ‘Baby-led weaning: a developmental approach to the introduction of solids’ was presented by .
§ (Italy) - ‘Growth monitoring: does it help identify growth problems?’ and ‘From good policies to good practices: strategies and interventions that work’.
§ (Australia) spoke on the topic of helping mothers and babies to make magic together after birth.
§ (Australia) - ‘It’s all formula to me’: mothers’ understandings of toddler milk advertising’
§ (author of ) on nutrition for NICU infants
§ on allergies and presenting on communicating health risk messages were from the US.
§ from the World Health Organization
§ from the UK
§ from Germany presented on strategies to promote breastfeeding, biological nurturing and fathers and breastfeeding.
§ s is a leading Australian researcher who presented on new research in to how babies suck swallow and breathe.
§ Research was presented by on nipple pain and by on breastfeeding confidence.
§ , National Helpline Roster Manager, and ABA director presented on the ABA Breastfeeding Helpline. The new Breastfeeding Helpline was launched by Federal Health Minister Nicola Roxon at the Melbourne seminar
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§ - breastfeeding issues and the family court
§ (author of ) - baby-led introduction of solid foods
§ Other topics included: obesity and breastfeeding; low supply; nipple problems; grief and the breastfeeding mother
§ Dr Diane Spatz
§ Dr Peter Mansfield
§ Alison Osborne
§ Pam Heselev
§ Dr Yvonne Luxford
§ Dr Gillian Opie
§ Nina Berry
§ Priscilla Dunstan and Anni Gethin
§ Catherine Watson Genna BS IBCLC (USA)
§ Elizabeth Pantley, author of (USA)
§ Dr Alison Barrett (NZ)
§ supported by a fabulous line-up of Australian speakers such as Dr Lisa Amir, Robyn Noble, Professor Colin Binns and Dr Stephen Graves
Australian Breastfeeding Association conferences are held approximately every four years.
§ Dr Suzanne Colson
§ Randa Saadeh
§ Professor Mary Renfrew
§ Professor Peter Hartmann,
§ Professor Colin Binns
§ James McKenna
§ Brian Palmer
§ Peter Hartmann
§ Sue Cox
§ Heather Jeffery
§ Christa Herzog
§ Christina Smillie
§ Nancy Mohrbacher