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Stanford's Short Course on Breastfeeding was designed for new mothers and the people who support them. This engaging, one-week learning experience, provides participants with everything they need to know to more successfully establish breastfeeding – or support a new mother who has decided to breastfeed. We created the course because we recognize that there is a very small window in which successful, exclusive breastfeeding can be established, and that many new mothers are mastering this skill during a busy and sometimes stressful time. Brought to life by beautiful illustrations and interviews with international mothers, we hope to reach the broadest spectrum of mothers, helping them understand the current recommendations, challenges, benefits and practical considerations around breastfeeding - while simultaneously inspiring them to consider breastfeeding as the first choice for feeding their babies. And now for the legal stuff... Disclaimer of Warranty and Limitation of Liability THE INFORMATION IN THIS COURSE IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT ANY REPRESENTATION, OR WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. DIGITAL MEDIC AND STANFORD MEDICINE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY TYPE OF LOSS OR INJURY, OR ANY DAMAGES WHETHER DIRECT OR INDIRECT, ARISING FROM USE OF THIS COURSE. This course is not a substitute for the advice, diagnosis or treatment by an appropriately qualified and licensed physician or other health care provider. Copyright 2018 Stanford University. The course videos must be used according to the term of our Creative Commons License available at https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/: free distribution with attribution, no commercial use, no derivatives....

Meilleurs avis

LL
19 mars 2018

This course is very helpful to me to prepare for my baby's arrival. I have learned a lot from the benefits of breastfeeding and will absolutely choose this practice in raising my own child.

NB
24 mars 2018

Excellent course! The information given in the course is relevant, accurate and very important for the health and future of our babies. Congratulations on the 100% Breastfeeding campaign!

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par Chong T S

19 mars 2018

Fantastic!

par Maria H

5 juin 2021

excelente

par Valentina P G R

25 août 2020

Necesario

par maha

18 juin 2020

i like it

par Valhery n

8 mai 2020

Excelente

par Jocelyn R

25 avr. 2020

Excelente

par Cecilia R O

10 janv. 2019

Loved it.

par Rafaella A

7 janv. 2021

Amazing!

par Gabriel U

9 juin 2020

incrivel

par MELISSA G D C

15 mai 2020

Perfect!

par Miriam l a d S

15 mai 2020

perfeito

par Paulina M

23 mars 2020

super"""

par Annel P V P

7 avr. 2020

I loved

par vanshnoor

25 juil. 2021

g​reat

par Ana L F R

2 nov. 2020

good!

par Yuslin B

31 juil. 2020

Great

par Priscilla N

15 sept. 2020

Good

par Tinatin C

26 janv. 2020

Good

par Juliana P

23 juil. 2021

10

par Danae L

3 janv. 2021

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par John F A A

18 avr. 2019

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par fernando g u

21 mars 2018

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par Jamie W

21 mars 2018

This course was very positive. I understand that is a short course, but it is a VERY short course. Perhaps in the description, there should be advice to expectant mothers to also take an in-person course, connect with La Leche League, and seek out other education to prepare for breastfeeding, and that this course is a brief introduction to the topic. That way expectant mothers don't expect this to be everything they need to know. Otherwise, I found the course to be a great overview and I loved all of the honest responses from women around the world. The artwork used in the course was also beautiful.

par Aleksandra K

30 mars 2020

This course is incredibly educational and persuasive in regards to breastfeeding, but it does not mention mothers who have difficulty maintaining supply or ever producing milk in the first place, babies who never latch, etc. I think if this course took a kinder approach to mothers who face difficulties with breastfeeding that ultimately lead to formula feeding, this would feel like a more well rounded course. Other than that, this was a great educational experience!