This is the second module from the anatomy and physiology of the lactating breast series.
Evidence based care, established from an understanding of the basic principles of lactation and mammary gland function is imperative to improve breastfeeding rates and subsequently the health and wellbeing of breastfeeding women, infants’, and their families.
This lesson is part of the anatomy and physiology of the lactating breast series and aims to understand the physiological breast changes from neonate to the end of pregnancy, focusing on breast growth during pregnancy known as secretory differentiation.
This series aims to develop an understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the lactating breast to drive timely and effective secretory activation to establish a copious milk supply through lactation best practices.
This course is CPD (Continuing Professional Development) certified.
Upon completion of this program, you will be able to:
- Understand the anatomical structures of the lactating breast.
- Identify and label specific anatomical structures that are responsible for milk production and milk transport.
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate CPD Certificate Physiology of the lactating breast: Secretory differentiation
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