Breastfeeding Management in Australia (4th Edition)

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Australian Breastfeeding Association

The Australian Breastfeeding Association’s book is for health professionals and is the only breastfeeding textbook written specifically for Australian conditions. It is written for the broad range of health professionals who care for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers and their babies, such as midwives, GPs, nurses, and pharmacists, as well as...

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The Australian Breastfeeding Association’s book is for health professionals and is the only breastfeeding textbook written specifically for Australian conditions. It is written for the broad range of health professionals who care for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers and their babies, such as midwives, GPs, nurses, and pharmacists, as well as lactation specialists such as breastfeeding counsellors and lactation consultants.

It is also highly recommended for students, especially those sitting the IBLCE exam. Edited by Wendy Brodribb AM MBBS IBCLC PhD FABM, this easy-to-use reference is an essential source of up-to-date care for breastfeeding women and their children.

Vision

Breastfeeding is recognised as important by all Australians and is culturally normal.

Mission

As Australia’s leading authority on breastfeeding, we support, educate and advocate for a breastfeeding inclusive society.

Objectives

Breastfeeding support

Provide mothers with practical mother-to-mother support and information, enabling them to establish and continue breastfeeding.

Organisational viability

Provide for financial security and economic sustainability by diversifying income streams, protecting and increasing the real value of our financial assets, investing well and using our financial and people resources with economy.

Training, education and resources

Provide high quality and accessible training, education and resources to our volunteers, health professionals and the wider community to ensure skilled, knowledgeable and practical breastfeeding support for mothers.

Advocacy

Strengthen the advocacy work of the Australian Breastfeeding Association to improve breastfeeding outcomes, and through participation in breastfeeding research and policy development, educate the broader community that breastfeeding is normal.

Public awareness and profile

Maintain the Australian Breastfeeding Association as an authoritative, high-profile organisation that is responsive to changing needs to protect, support and promote breastfeeding.

Governance and organisational development

Develop a well-governed, effectively managed, representative and accountable organisation that values and recognises the contributions of its people.

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