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Within our teaching and dissemination activity of breastfeeding we have extensive experience of more than 15 years in the preparation of full courses or conferences, lectures or single workshops, under request of institutions, support groups, companies or cultural institutions in Spain, Portugal, France, Italy and Latin America, adapting our language to specific audience in each case.

For more information, please send us an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Tell us your needs and we will contact you. These are some of the talks we offer:

Objetives: To present the anatomical and functional basis which is the ground on the formation of milk. We study the external and internal structure of the breast and the neuroendocrine mechanism that explains the maternal and infant innate reflexes that ensure the production of milk under almost all circumstances regardless of the existence of previous pregnancy.

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Objetives: To present the risks arising from the practice of feeding babies with breastmilk substitutes, both for their health and for their mothers. Although the focus of another talk, it ends with a brief review of the economic and ecological damage caused by this practice.

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ObjetivesTo present the nomenclature proposed by WHO and breastfeeding experts for the different types of breastfeeding (complete, exclusive, partial, etc.) and learn to use them in a standardized way in all epidemiological studies on breastfeeding for the different effects of the same on the nutrition and health status of infants

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Objetives: To present the economic cost of the practice of feeding babies with breastmilk substitutes. A review of the published literature at the national, health and family level.

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Objetives: To present the psychological benefits and maternal-infant bonding resulting from the practice of breastfeeding, as well as the risks of feeding babies with breastmilk substitutes, both for their health and for their mothers. Review the initial bonding bases.

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Objetives: To present the risk of hospitalization for infectious morbidity derived from the practice of feeding babies with breastmilk substitutes.

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Objetives: To understand the factors that have caused the loss in the last 150 years of a primal culture, that of breastfeeding. Explain how the anthropological concept of breastfeeding allows us to understand this phenomenon.

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Objetives: To present the catalog of health routines put in place throughout the twentieth century in maternity, pediatric wards and medical and nursing attitudes about breastfeeding. Prove that non of them has scientific basis and are extremely harmful to the establishment and maintenance of breastfeeding. Understanding the factors that do have to do with the proper establishment and facilitation of breastfeeding.

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Objetives: To present the legal system to protect breastfeeding that has had to be developed from international and national institutions due to the decrease of its practice throughout the twentieth century. One of the most important initiative has been the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) from WHO / UNICEF.

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Objetives: To present the legal system to protect breastfeeding that has been developed from international and national institutions due to the decrease of its practice throughout the twentieth century. One of the most important was the adoption in 1981 of the international code of marketing of breast milk substitutes.

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Objetives: To show which effective mechanisms can be initiated from the professional and citizen point of view to protect, promote and encourage breastfeeding, regardless of what our health institutions and government do.

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Objetives: To present the legal system to protect breastfeeding that has had to be developed from international and national institutions due to the decrease of its practice throughout the twentieth century. Among the most important is the Baby Friend Hospital Initiative (BFHI) WHO/UNICEF and the international code of marketing of breast milk substitutes. Inform about what professionals and citizens can do to protect, disseminate and promote breastfeeding.

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Objetives: To teach in what situations, be it diseases of problems with the baby or the mother, breastfeeding is perfectly possible, it is possible but requires a certain level of support or it is clearly contraindicated.

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Objetives: To determine the actual risk for the breastfeeding and for the infant on taking medication, alternative products or exposure to contaminants. Knowing reliable information sources and how they work.

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Objetives: To provide a quick overview of all areas of interest to improve understanding of the various areas of breastfeeding: health, cultural and sociological.

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Other intetesting courses

  • Anatomy and physiology of lactation

    Objetives: To present the anatomical and functional basis which is the ground on the formation of milk. We study the external and internal structure of the breast and the neuroendocrine mechanism that explains the maternal and infant innate reflexes that ensure the production of milk under almost all circumstances regardless of the existence of previous pregnancy.

    Read More
  • Breastfeeding, a form of love. Psychological benefits of breastfeeding

    Objetives: To present the psychological benefits and maternal-infant bonding resulting from the practice of breastfeeding, as well as the risks of feeding babies with breastmilk substitutes, both for their health and for their mothers. Review the initial bonding bases.

    Read More
  • Breastfeeding in special situations

    Objetives: To teach in what situations, be it diseases of problems with the baby or the mother, breastfeeding is perfectly possible, it is possible but requires a certain level of support or it is clearly contraindicated.

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  • Institutional Support of Breastfeeding: the international code of marketing of breast milk substitutes

    Objetives: To present the legal system to protect breastfeeding that has been developed from international and national institutions due to the decrease of its practice throughout the twentieth century. One of the most important was the adoption in 1981 of the international code of marketing of breast milk substitutes.

    Read More
  • Risks of not breastfeeding

    Objetives: To present the risks arising from the practice of feeding babies with breastmilk substitutes, both for their health and for their mothers. Although the focus of another talk, it ends with a brief review of the economic and ecological damage caused by this practice.

    Read More
  • Institutional Support of Breastfeeding: The Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI)

    Objetives: To present the legal system to protect breastfeeding that has had to be developed from international and national institutions due to the decrease of its practice throughout the twentieth century. One of the most important initiative has been the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) from WHO / UNICEF.

    Read More
  • Definition of Breastfeeding

    ObjetivesTo present the nomenclature proposed by WHO and breastfeeding experts for the different types of breastfeeding (complete, exclusive, partial, etc.) and learn to use them in a standardized way in all epidemiological studies on breastfeeding for the different effects of the same on the nutrition and health status of infants

    Read More
  • Implications of not breastfeeding. Economic and health cost

    Objetives: To present the economic cost of the practice of feeding babies with breastmilk substitutes. A review of the published literature at the national, health and family level.

    Read More
  • Compendium of breastfeeding

    Objetives: To provide a quick overview of all areas of interest to improve understanding of the various areas of breastfeeding: health, cultural and sociological.

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  • Compatibility of breastfeeding with taking drugs, alternative products and exposure to contaminants

    Objetives: To determine the actual risk for the breastfeeding and for the infant on taking medication, alternative products or exposure to contaminants. Knowing reliable information sources and how they work.

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  • Cultural loss of breastfeeding

    Objetives: To understand the factors that have caused the loss in the last 150 years of a primal culture, that of breastfeeding. Explain how the anthropological concept of breastfeeding allows us to understand this phenomenon.

    Read More
  • Non-institutional promotion of breastfeeding. What can we do?

    Objetives: To show which effective mechanisms can be initiated from the professional and citizen point of view to protect, promote and encourage breastfeeding, regardless of what our health institutions and government do.

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  • Institutional, professional and civic promotion of breastfeeding

    Objetives: To present the legal system to protect breastfeeding that has had to be developed from international and national institutions due to the decrease of its practice throughout the twentieth century. Among the most important is the Baby Friend Hospital Initiative (BFHI) WHO/UNICEF and the international code of marketing of breast milk substitutes. Inform about what professionals and citizens can do to protect, disseminate and promote breastfeeding.

    Read More
  • Erroneous health routines

    Objetives: To present the catalog of health routines put in place throughout the twentieth century in maternity, pediatric wards and medical and nursing attitudes about breastfeeding. Prove that non of them has scientific basis and are extremely harmful to the establishment and maintenance of breastfeeding. Understanding the factors that do have to do with the proper establishment and facilitation of breastfeeding.

    Read More
  • Breastfeeding and hospitalization for infections

    Objetives: To present the risk of hospitalization for infectious morbidity derived from the practice of feeding babies with breastmilk substitutes.

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