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XI Congress of the Centre for Lactation Science

Conference programme

Breastfeeding – it is natural, so why is it sometimes difficult?


8 June 2018 r. - Friday

09.30–10.30 Registration, coffee

10.30–10.40  Welcome

10.40–10.50  Summary of the 2017/18 academic year

10.50–11.00  Introduction - prof. dr hab. n. med. Ewa Dmoch-Gajzlerska


I sesja Breastfeeding is a task

11.00–11.25   Is Poland a friendly country for a breastfeeding mother and her child?– part 3 CNoL research
1/Family doctors, midwives in hospitals - dr n. med. Monika Żukowska – Rubik
2/lactation consultants – lek. Dorota Bębenek
11.25 – 11.40  Lactation care by midwives - PTKiDL research – mgr Joanna Fajdek
11.40 – 11.55  Guest comments
11.55 – 12.40  Bacteria in human milk. What is bacterial dysbiosis and what are its symptoms? Can probiotics help? - Prof. Juan Miguel Rodriguez
12.40 – 13.00  Coffee break


II sesja Breastfeeding is protection

13.00–13.10  LennyLamb presentation
13.10–13.30  Breastfeeding mother with depression – a challenge to a therapeutic team - lek. Joanna Krzyżanowska - Zbucka
13.30–13.50  How else can we use human milk? - dr hab. n. med. Małgorzata Witkowska-Zimny
13.50–14.40  Mastitis in the eyes of a researcher – practical implications – Prof. Juan Miguel Rodriguez
14.40–15.00  Discussion
15.00–16.00  Lunch break

16.00–16.30   Certificates for lactation consultants and breastfeeding promotors


III sesja Lactation problems

16.30–16.40  Nutropharma presentation
16.40–17.00  How to deal with infant crying – to swaddle or not to swaddle? - lek. Magdalena Castello – Rokicka
17.00–17.20  How to keep lactation with pumping without going crazy  - badanie CNoL - lek. Iwona Nehring
17.20 – 17.35 Breakthrough in treatment of deep nipple damage – CNOL research – dr n. med. Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska
17.35 –17.50  Why i sit worth to breastfeed over a year? Breastmilk bank in Toruń research - Dr n. med. Elena Sinkiewicz-Darol
17.50–18.10  Discussion
18.15–20.30  Dinner 


9 June 2018 r. - Saturday Workshop


8.00–8.30

Welcome coffee


8.30–10.00

Warsztat1


Nipple shields, funnels, teats and effective sucking
Muszyńska Agnieszka
Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska
Magdalena Castello-Rokicka
Magdalena  Czajkowska

Biological mother’s breastmilk is the standard of preterm feeding – how to achieve it?
Katedra i Klinika Neonatologii Uniwersytetu Medycznego im. Piastów Śląskich we Wrocławiu –lek. Karolina Barańska

Short frenulum – technique and effectiveness of frenuloctomy – workshop
Żukowska-Rubik Monika
Katarzyna Jasińska
Katarzyna Raczek-Pakuła


Postpartum depression – therapy in LC practice
Dr Agnieszka Pietkiewicz


10.00-10.20

Coffee break


10.20–11.50

Warsztat 2

Nipple shields, funnels, teats and effective sucking
Muszyńska Agnieszka
Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska
Magdalena Castello-Rokicka
Magda  Czajkowska

Biological mother’s breastmilk is the standard of preterm feeding – how to achieve it?
Paszko Paderewska
Muszyńska  Osuch

Short frenulum – technique and effectiveness of frenuloctomy – workshop
Żukowska-Rubik Monika
Katarzyna Jasińska
Katarzyna Raczek-Pakuła

Slings - workshop
ClauVi
Iza Sztandera
Iza Frankowska-Olech

11.50-12.30

Lunch

12.30–14.00 Warsztat 3

Kaleidoscope of strange cases in LC practice
Katarzyna Kowol-Trela
Joanna Kiełbasińska
Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska

Kaleidoscope of strange cases in LC practice
Katarzyna Kowol-Trela
Joanna Kiełbasińska
Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska

Slings - workshop
ClauVi
Iza Sztandera
Iza Frankowska-Olech

Postpartum depression – therapy in LC practice
Dr Agnieszka Pietkiewicz 



10th Jubilee Congress

of the Center for Lactation Science

9-10 June 2017, Warsaw, Poland

In 2007, CLS started organizing scientific and educational conferences attended by lecturers from different countries who share their knowledge with our graduates, supporters, and partner medical treatment facilities. The jubilee 10th Congress of the Center for Lactation Science will be held on June 9-11, 2017 in Warsaw. We are expecting about 300 participants, including midwives, nurses, medical doctors, CLS graduates who deal with mother and child care on a daily basis, providing specialist lactation counselling as well as supporting and promoting breastfeeding in their immediate environments. The conference is organized in cooperation with the Gynecology and Maternity Didactics Unit of the Health Science Department at the Medical University of Warsaw, and the Polish Association of Lactation Consultants and Advisors. This year’s conference will be held under the slogan: “Breastfeeding is not only nutrition!”

Some words about speakers: Barbara Wilson-Clay, an American breastfeeding and lactation expert and educator, will be our special guest to celebrate the 10th jubilee congress. She will share her rich experience in lactation counselling with us. Lectures will be given by Prof. Barbara Królak-Olejnik, Head of Neonatology Department of Wroclaw Medical University,  Prof. Marek Szczepański, Head of Neonatology Department of Bialystok Medical University. They will present their experience in feeding premature babies with mother milk. Their show how caesarean section influences on milk composition and which difference is among mature and immature milk and banking milk. Joanna Rachtan-Janicka, MA, will show her pyramid of breastfeeding mother healthy feeding. The most famous Polish consultants will share their counselling skills with us during workshops: how to assess the tongue movement and recognize the type of lingual frenulum and decide about frenulotomy; how to assess amount of milk should be given baby during slow weight gain and mother insufficient milk supply. And more others exiting themes…

More information about Conference and registration, accommodation and prices etc. on our website www.kobiety.med.pl

Conference venue: Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 4 Trojdena Street, Warsaw, Poland

Conference languages: Polish, simultaneous translation into English (for English-speaking guests) or other language for group of more than 20 participants.

Be there with us!

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska, MD, PhD, IBCLC

President of the Conference Organizing Committee

For further information on participation please contact:

Monika Marzec
M: +48 667 941 470; E: kursy@kobiety.med.pl
Invitation A form to fill

Information about the lecturers and guests:

Barbara Wilson-Clay began serving mothers and babies as a La Leche League Leader in 1981, and contributed to the organizing of the lactation consulting profession.  She became certified as an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant in 1987, and was recognized as a Fellow of the International Lactation Consultant Association in 2008. Barbara maintained a private practice in Austin, Texas, for 25 years, and is a member of numerous local, national, and international boards and coalitions to promote breastfeeding.  Her research and commentaries have been widely published.  Barbara also helped found and served as the Vice President of the Board of Directors of the Mothers Milk Bank at Austin. She served on the ethics committee of the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners, and is an active volunteer lobbyist in the Texas Legislature promoting breastfeeding as a health policy issue.

  • Fellow of The International Lactation Consultant Association (FILCA)
  • Vice President of the Board of Directors of The Mothers Milk Bank at Austin
  • Legislative Lobbying Team member with Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies, Austin Chapter
  • Texas Breastfeeding Coalition
  • Member of the Board of Directors for the International Board of Lactation Consultant  Examiners, 1997-  1999
  • Co-author of The Breastfeeding Atlas, 6th edition.


In 2007, CLS started organizing scientific and educational conferences attended by lecturers from different countries who share their knowledge with our graduates, supporters, and partner medical treatment facilities. The jubilee 10th Congress of the Center for Lactation Science will be held on June 9-11, 2017 in Warsaw. We are expecting about 300 participants, including midwives, nurses, medical doctors, CLS graduates who deal with mother and child care on a daily basis, providing specialist lactation counselling as well as supporting and promoting breastfeeding in their immediate environments. The conference is organized in cooperation with the Gynecology and Maternity Didactics Unit of the Health Science Department at the Medical University of Warsaw, and the Polish Association of Lactation Consultants and Advisors. This year’s conference will be held under the slogan: “Breastfeeding is not only nutrition!”


Some words about speakers: Barbara Wilson-Clay, an American breastfeeding and lactation expert and educator, will be our special guest to celebrate the 10th jubilee congress. She will share her rich experience in lactation counselling with us. Lectures will be given by Prof. Barbara Królak-Olejnik, Head of Neonatology Department of Wroclaw Medical University, Prof. Marek Szczepański, Head of Neonatology Department of Bialystok Medical University. They will present their experience in feeding premature babies with mother milk. Their show how caesarean section influences on milk composition and which difference is among mature and immature milk and banking milk. Joanna Rachtan-Janicka, MA, will show her pyramid of breastfeeding mother healthy feeding. The most famous Polish consultants will share their counselling skills with us during workshops: how to assess the tongue movement and recognize the type of lingual frenulum and decide about frenulotomy; how to assess amount of milk should be given baby during slow weight gain and mother insufficient milk supply. And more others exiting themes…

More information about Conference and registration, accommodation and prices etc. on our website www.kobiety.med/pl/cnol.

Conference venue: Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 4 Trojdena Street, Warsaw, Poland

Conference languages: Polish,simultaneous translation into English (for English-speaking guests) or other language for group of more than 20 participants.

Be there with us!

Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska, MD, PhD, IBCLC

             President of the Conference Organizing Committee

For further information on participation please contact:

Monika Marzec                                         
M: +48 667 941 470; E: kursy@kobiety.med.pl



The 9th Congress of the Centre for Lactation Science


will be held on June 10-11, 2016 in Warsaw, Poland

Place: Institute of Biocybernetics and Biomedical Engineering Polish Academy of Sciences, ks. Trojdena street 4 (next to Medical University of Warsaw)

Participants: midwifes, nurses, doctors which are lactation consultants (IBCLC or CDL), health workers promoting breastfeeding, non-medical lactation promoters

Program

Program

Friday June 10th

10:00-11:00 Registration, welcome coffee

11:00-11:10 Opening of the conference

11:10-11:20 Summary of the academic year

11:20-11:30 Introduction - The treasure of Breastfeeding mother – do we protect it?

Session 1 – Promotion and support of breastfeeding

11:30-11:50 – Is Poland a country friendly to breastfeeding mother and her baby? – results of a study (Center for Lactation Sciences) M. Żukowska-Rubik

11:50-12:10 – Invited Lecturers’ comments on the above study results

12:10-12:50 - How can the hospital provide mother’s milk for a sick child? Prof. Diane Spatz

12:50-13:00 – Discussion

13:00-13:20 – Coffee break

Session 2 Children’s health

13:20-13:40 – How to protech children against infectious diseases   Ernest Kuchar

13:40-14:00 – Why not growing despite eating well?   Piotr Dziechciarz

14:00-14:30 – Candidosis of gastrointestinal tract, milk ducts and  other body parts – science vs facebook knowledge    Ernest Kuchar

14:30-14:50 – Discussion

14:50-16:00 – Lunch break

16:00-16:20 - Presentation of certificates of Certified Lactation Consultant and Promotor of Breastfeeding

Session 3 Lactation problems

16:20-16:40 – Mothers who pump – results of a survey   Kinga Osuch

16:40-16:55 – Pumping in light of scientific research   Katarzyna Jasińska

16:55-17:10 – Galactogogues in light of scientific research   Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska

17:10-17:30 – Stimulation of lactation in mothers of premature infants. Results of FEMA study   Aleksandra Wesołowska

17:30- 18:10 – How to protect breastfeeding during a child’s hospitalization?   Prof. Diane Spatz

18:10-18:30 – Discussion

19:00-21:00 – Dinner with music, choral performance of the song “I will breastfeed the whole night” with Małgorzata Urlich

Saturday June 11th

Workshop session

8:00 Welcome coffee

Workshop 1

9:00-10:00 How to change a hospital to be breastfeeding supportive? Prof Diane Spatz

8:30-10:00 How to assess tongue function, diagnose frenulum type, how to perform a frenulotomy (and is it necessary)? (Monika Żukowska-Rubik MD, Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska MD PhD, Katarzyna Raczek-Pakuła MD, Magdalena Bednarczyk)

8:30-10:00 Clouds over a cradle – lactation care for a mother suffering from post-partum depression (Agnieszka Pietkiewicz PhD)

10:00-10:20 Coffee break

Workshop 2

10:20-11:50 Clouds over a cradle – lactation care for a mother suffering from post-partum depression (Agnieszka Pietkiewicz PhD)

10:20-11:50 How to change Polish hospitals to breastfeeding mother friendly and not to experience a breakdown? ( Agnieszka Muszyńska)

10:20-11:50 How to assess tongue function, diagnose frenulum type, how to perform a frenulotomy (and is it necessary)? (Monika Żukowska-Rubik MD, Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska MD PhD, Katarzyna Raczek-Pakuła MD, Magdalena Bednarczyk)

11:50-12:30 Lunch break

Workshop 3

12:30-14:00 Clouds over a cradle – lactation care for a mother suffering from post-partum depression (Agnieszka Pietkiewicz PhD)

12:30-14:00 How to change Polish hospitals to breastfeeding mother friendly and not to experience a breakdown? ( Agnieszka Muszyńska)

12:30-14:00 How to assess tongue function, diagnose frenulum type, how to perform a frenulotomy (and is it necessary)? (Monika Żukowska-Rubik MD, Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska MD PhD, Katarzyna Raczek-Pakuła MD, Magdalena Bednarczyk)

Friday June 10th

Saturday June 11th

10:00-11:00 Registration, welcome coffee

11:00-11:10 Opening of the conference

11:10-11:20 Summary of the academic year

11:20-11:30 Introduction - The treasure of Breastfeeding mother – do we protect it?

Workshop session

8:00 Welcome coffee


Session 1 – Promotion and support of breastfeeding

11:30-11:50 – Is Poland a country friendly to breastfeeding mother and her baby? – results of a study (Center for Lactation Sciences) M. Żukowska-Rubik

11:50-12:10 – Invited Lecturers’ comments on the above study results

12:10-12:50 - How can the hospital provide mother’s milk for a sick child? Prof. Diane Spatz

12:50-13:00 – Discussion

13:00-13:20 – Coffee break

Workshop 1

9:00-10:00 How to change a hospital to be breastfeeding supportive? Prof Diane Spatz

8:30-10:00 How to assess tongue function, diagnose frenulum type, how to perform a frenulotomy (and is it necessary)? (Monika Żukowska-Rubik MD, Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska MD PhD, Katarzyna Raczek-Pakuła MD, Magdalena Bednarczyk)

8:30-10:00 Clouds over a cradle – lactation care for a mother suffering from post-partum depression (Agnieszka Pietkiewicz PhD)

10:00-10:20 Coffee break

Session 2 Children’s health

13:20-13:40 – How to protech children against infectious diseases   Ernest Kuchar

13:40-14:00 – Why not growing despite eating well?   Piotr Dziechciarz

14:00-14:30 – Candidosis of gastrointestinal tract, milk ducts and  other body parts – science vs facebook knowledge    Ernest Kuchar

14:30-14:50 – Discussion


Workshop 2

10:20-11:50 Clouds over a cradle – lactation care for a mother suffering from post-partum depression (Agnieszka Pietkiewicz PhD)

10:20-11:50 How to change Polish hospitals to breastfeeding mother friendly and not to experience a breakdown? ( Agnieszka Muszyńska)

10:20-11:50 How to assess tongue function, diagnose frenulum type, how to perform a frenulotomy (and is it necessary)? (Monika Żukowska-Rubik MD, Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska MD PhD, Katarzyna Raczek-Pakuła MD, Magdalena Bednarczyk)

11:50-12:30 Lunch break

14:50-16:00 – Lunch break

16:00-16:20 - Presentation of certificates of Certified Lactation Consultant and Promotor of Breastfeeding

11:50-12:30 Lunch break


Session 3 Lactation problems

16:20-16:40 – Mothers who pump – results of a survey   Kinga Osuch

16:40-16:55 – Pumping in light of scientific research   Katarzyna Jasińska

16:55-17:10 – Galactogogues in light of scientific research   Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska

17:10-17:30 – Stimulation of lactation in mothers of premature infants. Results of FEMA study   Aleksandra Wesołowska

17:30- 18:10 – How to protect breastfeeding during a child’s hospitalization?   Prof. Diane Spatz

18:10-18:30 – Discussion

Workshop 3

12:30-14:00 Clouds over a cradle – lactation care for a mother suffering from post-partum depression (Agnieszka Pietkiewicz PhD)

12:30-14:00 How to change Polish hospitals to breastfeeding mother friendly and not to experience a breakdown? ( Agnieszka Muszyńska)

12:30-14:00 How to assess tongue function, diagnose frenulum type, how to perform a frenulotomy (and is it necessary)? (Monika Żukowska-Rubik MD, Magdalena Nehring-Gugulska MD PhD, Katarzyna Raczek-Pakuła MD, Magdalena Bednarczyk)


19:00-21:00 – Dinner with music, choral performance of the song “I will breastfeed the whole night” with Małgorzata Urlich


Registration for the conference at: **link**

Fee for 2 days: until May 15th, 2016 350 PLN, until June 1st, 2016 400 PLN

If someone cannot attend the workshops on Saturday, we offer a lower fee of 250 PLN (until May 15th, and 300 PLN (until June 1st) – there will not be a possibility to register for the workshops during the conference!!!

Lecturers:

Diane L. Spatz, PhD, RN-BC, FAAN

Professor of Perinatal Nursing & Helen M. Shearer Professor of Nutrition

The University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Nurse Researcher & Director Lactation Program

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

In the university portion of her job, she teaches an entire semester course on breastfeeding and human lactation to undergraduate nursing students and in the hospital portion of her job, she developed the Breastfeeding Resource Nurse program. She serves as Faculty for the Sigma Theta Tau and Johnson & Johnson Maternal Child Leadership Academy.   Dr. Spatz is also Chair of the American Academy of Nursing’s Expert Panel on Breastfeeding and their representative to the United States Breastfeeding Committee.  Dr. Spatz is also a member of the International Society for Researchers in Human Milk & Lactation.

Dr. Spatz is also the recipient of numerous awards including: Research Utilization Award from Sigma Theta Tau International and from the University of Pennsylvania:  the Dean’s Award for Exemplary Professional Practice, the Expert Alumni Award and the Family and Community Department’s Academic Practice Award   She is also the recipient of the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching. Dr. Spatz received the Distinguished Lang Award for her impact on scholarship, policy & practice.

In 2004, Dr. Spatz develop her 10 step model for human milk and breastfeeding in vulnerable infants.  This model has been implemented in NICUs throughout the United States and other countries worldwide. Dr. Spatz has been named a prestigious “Edge Runner” for the American Academy of Nursing related to the development and outcomes of her model.  Her nurse driven models of care are critical in improving human milk & breastfeeding outcomes and thus the health of women and children globally.

Diane L. Spatz, PhD, RN-BC, FAAN is a Professor of Perinatal Nursing & the Helen M. Shearer Professor of Nutrition at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing sharing a joint appointment as a nurse researcher and director of the lactation program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.  Dr. Spatz is an active researcher, clinician, and educator who is internationally recognized for her work surrounding the use of human milk and breastfeeding particularly in vulnerable populations. Dr. Spatz has been PI or co-investigator on over 30 research grants, included several from the NIH.  She has authored and co-authored over 80 peer reviewed publications.  Dr. Spatz has authored or co-authored position statements for the International Lactation Consultant Association, the Association of Women’s Health Obstetric & Neonatal Nursing and the National Association of Neonatal Nurses.

Dr. Spatz is an active clinician, researcher, educator and member of the Penn community. She received her BSN, MSN and PhD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Dr. Spatz holds a joint appointment at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) as a nurse researcher in lactation and her expertise is the provision of human milk/breastfeeding in mothers who have infants with complex surgical anomalies. Dr. Spatz consults with families from around the world relocate to Philadelphia to be cared for at the Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment. Dr. Spatz is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing (AAN) and is Chair of the Expert Panel on Breastfeeding for the AAN. Dr. Spatz is the AAN’s representative to the United States Breastfeeding Committee. In 2007, she was invited to be a visiting professor and research associate at the University of Western Australia to work with Peter Hartmann and a visiting professor at Curtin University of Technology. We are very lucky that prof. Spatz will come to Poland and join us during our conference!

Ernest Kuchar MD PhD – university professor and medical practitioner. Head of Pediatric Department with Observation Ward, II Faculty of Medicine of the Medical University of Warsaw. He also works in travel medicine clinic Profemed in Warsaw.

He graduated from Wroclaw Medical University and completed postgraduate Studies of Management and Assessment of Medical Technologies. Specialist of pediatrics, sport medicine and infectious diseases. Scholar of Fogarthy Foundationa dn American-Austrian Foundation. He completed internships in Germany, Switzerland and USA. Propagator of medical knowledge in the internet, expert of medical portals: DynaMed, Practical Medicine, Konsylium24.pl. He debunks medical myths. He's a member of Polish and international scientific societies: Polish Society of Epidemiologists of Infectious Diseases, Polish Vaccinology Society, Polish Society of Sports Medicine, Polish Society of Pediatrics, European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases (ESPID), and Internationa Organisation of Sports Medicine (FIMS).


Opinion of CnoL: very intelligent, brilliant doctor, absolutely inspired lecturer, at the same time very modest person. Inquinsitive, myth debunking, seeking for truth. Additionally he has a talent to share his knowledge, justify it, and to amuse the audience at the same time.



The 8 th Annual Congress 2015


Conferences

The 8th congress of the Center for Lactation Sciences

Breastfeeding as an interdisciplinary topic

The congress will be held on July 12-13th 2015, at the Faculty of Biology of the University of Warsaw, ul. Miecznikowa 1, Warsaw. The conference is organized in cooperation with Medical University of Warsaw – the Faculty of Midwifery.

Patronage: Polish Association for Neonatology

Partners:  Polish Association of Lactation Consultants, Human Milk Bank Foundation, The School for Mothers and Fathers Together easier, Well born, Natural Family Planning Teachers’ Association

Medial patronage: Practical Medicine

Program:

July 12th (Friday) 10:00-17:00

10:00-13:00 Lecture session

Skin lesions in newborns and infants – how to avoid incorrect diagnosis of athopic dermatitis in the baby and unnecessary elimination diet in the mother “just in case”? 40 min, Prof Roman Nowicki Professor and Chairman of the Department of Dermatology, Venereology & Allergology Medical University of Gdansk

Cow’s milk allergy in breastfed infants. Big fuss of nothing? Piotr Dziechciarz MD, PhD, Department of Pediatrics of Medical University of Warsaw

Breastfeeding as a natural process – does not follow a set pattern!

Results of Polish studies – Barbara Królak-Olejnik, Professor in Department of Neonatology Wroclaw Medical University

Review of world literature – Monika Żukowska-Rubik MD

Another look at pathogenesis and treatment of mastitis

13:30-14:30 lunch

14:30-17:30 workshop session (maximum 2 workshops to choose)

Midwives: Lactation crisis –to fight it or to use it?

Workshop plan:

  1. Split opinions on lactation crisis – what it is for mothers and for profesionals. Are we talking about the same thing?
  2. Are there stages of lactation especially susceptible for crisis occurrence?
  3. Case analysis – can lactation crisis have another meaning?
  4. Conclusions – attempt to create an algorithm for diagnosis and treatment of lactation crisis

Psychologist + midwife: Can a lactation failure become a success?

Midwife: Do you suffer a lactation defeat sometimes? You are trying to help the mother, you engage all your knowledge, skills and emotions and it leads to nothing? If so, let’s thing together, how could we deal with that? Psychologist: If you want to learn something new about and for yourself, if you want  to take a closer look at the difficulties in contact with a patient after birth and find ways to make this contact easier, and, finally, if you are looking for new answers to how to be effective in helping others – then welcome

Biologist: What stays after breastmilk centrifugation? A biologist’s look on breastfeeding

We will present centrifugation of milk with different fat content, the function of laminar, we will show you the “inside” of human milk. We will also present the proper way of milk storage, we will point out the bacterial growth, changes of milk content during storage. We will answer your questions in this topic.

Speech therapist: How to deal with a less active baby?

The workshop will consist of films and discussions about children, who present breastfeeding problems. Those are not always strictly “lactation” problems. It seems that both the mom and the baby are prepared for breastfeeding, but for some reasons (we will talk about them) the baby sucks weakly, falls asleep, releases the nipple or gets very nervous and cries. We encourage you to exchange opinions and share your experience in this topic. This will help all us in our everyday practice with mother and baby.

19:00-21:00 Dinner, music (maybe some dancing?)

June 13th (Saturday) 9:00-13:00

Workshop session

Midwives: Lactation crisis – myth or reality, how to prevent it and how to deal with it?

Doctors: Atypic nipple lesions

We would like to talk about rare nipple lesions as well as problems well known for years, to mention new concerns, present some rare cases, and concentrate on evidence based treatment guidelines. That will include Raynaud symptom, inflammatory plub, seborrheic dermatitis and… surprises. We will show a method of emptying a congestive plug. We invite you all to send us difficult and interesting cases (with pictures) from your own practice.

Mothers and specialists: How to talk at the cross-road to reach the goal?

We encourage you all to collect interesting, problematic cases from your practice. You can send them to us earlier or just have them with you at the workshop. Shall we share experience? We can’t wait!

Detailed program above, hour schedule will be available soon





The 6 th Annual Congress 2013




This year we are celebrating in Poland the 10th anniversary of the professional education for lactation consultants. The first course preparing candidates for IBLCE exam we organized in June 2003. The following 2004 year was the year of the great success – the first exam in polish took place and the number of IBCLCs in our country roused from 4 to 48 IBCLCs! Since than the Center for Lactation Science continues organizing such courses, with the effect of 117 IBCLCs and 226 CDLs this year (Certified Lactation Counsellors – polish certificate connected with practical training and exam).

The Center for Lactation Science celebrates this important anniversary during a big conference titled “Breastfeeding – a respect of nature” organized 7-8 June 2013, Hotel BOSS in Warsaw, in cooperation with Polish Association of Lactation Consultants, Medical University of Warsaw, Medical Center “Żelazna”. We have an honour and pleasure to present our special guests: prof. Kersin Uvnas-Moberg from Karolinska Institute of Stokholm, who present her wide knowledge and researches concerning oxytocin, its roles in a normal life, a labour, a first contact between mother and baby and breastfeeding and prof. Paula Meier who share with us her long experiences concerning feeding preemies with mother’s milk and milk engineering. Join us!



The Center for Lactation Science 7th Annual Congress


Mothers milk is a phenomenon of nature – let’s give it to children!

Will be held on May 9th 2014 in Warsaw in Poligonowa 30 Street Conference Center

Congress is co-organized by Medical University of Warsaw

Partnership: Polish Association of Lactation Consultants and Advisors, Association of Castillo Morales Method Therapists, Childbirth with Dignity Foundation, Human Milk Bank Foundation, Together Easier .

Special guests: Professor Peter HARTMANN and Professor Donna GEDDES

Dr Peter HARTMANN is a Professor at The University of Western Australia since 1972 where he has founded the Human Lactation Research Group. Professor Hartmann has been Head of the Department of Biochemistry and a Dean of the Faculty of Science at The University of Western Australia. His researches are oriented mainly on biochemical aspects of human milk production and secretion as also on the mechanisms of infants suction and breastmilk pumping. Professor Hartmann is an author of more than 116 original papers, five book chapters, 27 review papers, 26 conference reports and 134 original abstracts. Up to date, professor Hartmann is part of Editorial Board of the following journals: Breastfeeding Review, Breastfeeding Medicine and International Breastfeeding Journal. In Poland he is known mostly for the Textbook of Human Lactation, Hale Publishing.

Dr Donna GEDDES is an Associate Professor at The University of Western Australia and cooperates with Professor Peter Hartmann in the Human Lactation Research Group. Her research interests are oriented on both anatomical and physiological aspects in the study of breasts during lactation as also on physiology of infants suction with use of her ultrasound skills. Professor Geddes is an Editor of the Australian edition of Journal of Human Lactation and is a reviewer for such journals like, among others, Early Human Development, European Journal of Surgery, Journal of Human Lactation, Breastfeeding Medicine, Breastfeeding Review and Pediatrics.

Lecturers (among others):

mgr Paulina Stobnicka-Stolarska

lek. Monika Żukowska-Rubik

dr n. med. Maria Wilińska


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