D05-a The Baby-Friendly Initiative Quality Improvement Collaborative Project
To provide an overview of how the Breastfeeding Committee for Canada (BCC) is implementing a National Baby-Friendly Initiative Quality Improvement Collaborative to scale up the implementation of the Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI) and thereby improve maternal infant health.
1. Build understanding of the National Baby-Friendly Initiative Quality Improvement Collaborative Project.
2. Learn evidence-based strategies and approaches that are successfully supporting BFI implementation in Canada.
3. Identify ways to translate and apply the national learning into your care setting and into nursing practice.
Michelle LeDrew, RN, BN, MN, CHE, National BCC Baby-Friendly Project Director, Breastfeeding Committee for Canada, Middle Sackville, NS, Canada
D05-b Expansion of Pasteurized Donor Human Milk Program: PDHM Offered on a Mother Baby Unit for Term and Late Preterm Infants Requiring Medical Supplementation
The purpose of this presentation will be to describe the implementation process, experience and outcomes of expansion of the Pasteurized Donor Human Milk to term and late preterm infants on a mother baby unit.
1. Describe the implementation process of offering Pasteurized Donor Human Milk (PDHM) on a mother baby unit.
2. Identify barriers and facilitators to providing PDHM on a mother baby unit.
3. Describe the outcomes of using PDHM in term and late preterm infants that requires medical supplementation.
Cynthia Mann, RN, MN, MHA, PNC(C), IBCLC, Clinical Nurse Specialist, IWK Health Centre, Halifax, NS, Canada
Rebecca McLeod, RN, IBCLC, IWK Health Centre, Halifax, NS, Canada