The Infant Microbiome & Epigenetics – Toni Harman

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THE INFANT MICROBIOME & EPIGENETICS

MICROBIRTH ONLINE COURSE. Learn from leading professors. 9 HOURS CPD / CE / CERPs approved by IBLCE, ACNM, ACM, MEAC, NMC, LAMAZE, ICEA, CAPPA, DONA

THE INFANT MICROBIOME & EPIGENETICS (MICROBIRTH ONLINE COURSE)

USD $80 / AUD $118 / CAD $107 / NZD $125 /

GBP £66 / EURO 73 / ZAR 1223 + local taxes

  • This is a one-time purchase. There are no recurring fees.
  • There are no TIME LIMITS to complete the course.
  • 9 HOURS CPD / CE / / CNEs / CERPs can be claimed when needed for re-certification.
  • The usual price for this course is USD $247 – but we want to make this critical information affordable by all, so we have discounted the price to USD $80 price for a limited time only.

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For groups, the person who makes the purchase will be emailed access codes to distribute to all members of the group. Each group member will use the access code to create their own account. CPD/CEU credits are claimed by each individual upon completion of the course.

For larger groups of more than 10 people, including schools, colleges, universities or organisations, please CONTACT US for a bespoke quote.

  • Groups of 10: USD $400 + local taxes

 

THE INFANT MICROBIOME & EPIGENETICS

(MICROBIRTH ONLINE COURSE 9 x 60 MINS)

For health professionals

Helping YOU feel more confident about the infant microbiome.

Helping YOU support parents with full informed choice.

Helping YOU understand the science that strongly supports:

  • vaginal birth
  • immediate skin-to-skin contact
  • exclusive breastfeeding

For the optimal development of the infant immune system for best possible lifelong health

  • Evidence-based, easy-to-understand and go-at-your-own pace
  • No deadlines to complete course so you can take days, weeks, months or years!
  • Learn from 11 leading professors and 2 lactation experts
  • Approved for 9 CPD HOURS / CE / CNE / CERPs credits
  • Downloadable handouts & Certificate of CompletionCovers the developing infant microbiome and epigenetics during conception, pregnancy, vaginal birth, C-section, breastfeeding & formula feeding

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The Infant Microbiome and Epigenetics

(Microbirth Online Course 9x 60 Mins)

Featuring 11 leading professors & 2 lactation experts

MARTIN BLASER, Muriel G. and George W. Singer Professor of Translational Medicine, Director Human Microbiome Program, New York University Langone Medical Center and author Missing Microbes

MARIA GLORIA DOMINGUEZ-BELLO, Henry Rutgers Professor of Microbiome and Health, Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, and of Anthropology, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

RODNEY DIETERT, Emeritus Professor of Immunotoxicology, Cornell University and author The Human Superorganism

GREGOR REID, Professor of Surgery, Microbiology & Immunology, University of Western Ontario, Director of the Canadian Centre for Human Microbiome and Probiotic Research, Lawson Health Research Institute

ANITA KOZYRSKYJ, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta

JACQUELYN TAYLOR, Vernice D Ferguson Professor in Heath Equity, New York University

SUE CARTER, Executive Director of the Kinsey Institute and Rudy Professor of Biology at Indiana University

ALEECA BELL, Associate Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago

LESLEY PAGE, Visiting Professor of Midwifery, King’s College London

HANNAH DAHLEN, Professor of Midwifery, Western Sydney University

PHILIP STEER, Emeritus Professor of Obstetrics, Imperial College London

MAUREEN MINCHIN, Author of Milk Matters: Infant Feeding and Immune Disorder

LAUREL WILSON, IBCLC, Author, International Breastfeeding Speaker

 

Approved for 9 Continuing Education credits:

9 HOURS CPD / CE / CERPs / CNEs which can be used for certification / recertification if you are a midwife (LM, CPM, CM, CNM), lactation consultant, nurse, doula, childbirth educator, breastfeeding professional or other health professional.

The following CE credits are accepted by midwifery, nursing, doula, childbirth education orgnanizations including: IBLCE, AMCB for CMP, ACM, CCI, ICEA, DONA International, CAPPA and as CE Credits by Lamaze Certified Childbirth Educators, and as nursing CNE credits by many state boards.

  • 9 CONTACT HOURS – American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) #2019/01
  • 9 CPD HOURS – Australian College of Midwives (ACM)
  • 9 HOURS / 0.9 CEUs – Midwifery Educational Accreditation Council (MEAC) Program No #M1819-62-0621DE
  • 9 CERPs (4 L-CERPs & 5 R-CERPs– International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE) CERPS Registry No. 319021K
  • 9.0 LAMAZE CONTACT HOURS – Lamaze International LIN 18-20. These hours may be applied towards recertification as an LCCE educator under the learning competencies 1, 3, 5 and 6.
  • 9.0 CONTACT HOURS – accepted by International Childbirth Education Association (ICEA) LIN 18-20
  • 9 HOURS of continuing education approved by the Midwifery Council (for midwives of New Zealand). This course has been approved as continuing midwifery education by the Midwifery Council (New Zealand) for 9 hours. Alto Films Ltd Approval Number: 2018CME038E
  • This course can be used as 9 HOURS CPD for revalidation by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
  • The 9 CONTACT HOURS approved by Lamaze International are accepted as 9 Contact Hours by CAPPA, DONA International and other doula / childbirth education organisations (please check with your own organisation).
  • American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) is an approved provider of nursing Continuing Nursing Education CNEs. This means 9 Contact Hours (ACNM) are accepted by many state boards for Nursing CNEs, but please check with your state board / provider.
  • Approved for 9 HOURS / 0.9 Midwifery CEU credits by the Midwifery Education & Accreditation Council ( Program No #M1819-62-0621DE). These 9 HOURS / 0.9 Midwifery CEUs are applicable for Certified Professional Midwives recertifying through the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM).
  • Accepted as 5 HOURS for CLC recertification purposes by the Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice (ALPP).

 

Continuing Education: Additional Information

  • 9 CONTACT HOURS approved by American College of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) Approval No. #2019/012.
  • ACNM is an approved provider of Nursing CNEs.
  • 9 CONTACT HOURS (ACNM) are accepted as Continuing Nursing Education CNEs by many states boards (please check with your own state board).
  • 9 CONTACT HOURS (ACNM) can be used for certification / recertification by Nurse-Midwives, Certified Midwives, Registered Nurses, doulas and childbirth education providers.
  • 9 CONTACT HOURS (ACNM) are accepted by the Competency and Credentialing Institute (CCI) for CNOR recertification and CRNFA recertification.
  • 9 CONTACT HOURS approved by ACNM are accepted as part of Certificate Maintenance Program (CMP) by the American Midwifery Certification Board (AMCB). The AMCB operates on a 5-year certification cycle. That means that if you initially pass in 2019, you will have five years until 2024 to fulfil the certification cycle requirements, which includes completion of 20 Contact Hours (2.0 CEUs)
  • 9 HOURS / 0.9 Midwifery CEU's approved by Midwifery Educational Accreditation Council (MEAC) can be applied to Certified Professional Midwives registered with the North American Registry of Midwives (NARM) and can also be used for recertification and general career development by midwives and other healthcare providers.
  • This program has been approved by Lamaze International for 9.0 Lamaze Contact Hours (LIN 18-20). These hours may be applied towards recertification as an LCCE educator under the learning competencies 1, 3, 5 and 6.
  •  The 9 Lamaze Contact Hours (LIN 18-20) are accepted as 9 Contact Hours by International Childbirth Education Association
  • The 9 Lamaze Contact Hours (LIN 18-20) are also accepted by CAPPA, DONA International and other doula organisations.
  • This course can be used as 9 HOURS CPD for revalidation by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC)
  • 9 CERPs (4 L-CERPs and 5 R-CERPs) approved by International Board of Lactation Consultant Exminers can be used for recertification for Lactation Consultants (IBCLC). Five years after most recently passing the IBLCE certification exam, IBCLCs may renew their certification by demonstrating completion of 75 hours of continuing education that has been approved for CERPs. Of these, at least 50 must be L-CERPs. IBCLCs recertifying by CERPs may use up to 20 R-CERPs to complete recertification requirements.
  • This course has been approved as continuing midwifery education by the Midwifery Council (New Zealand) for 9 hours. Alto Films Ltd Approval Number: 2018CME038E
  • This course is an Australian College of Midwives (ACM) CPD Recognised Activity and has been approved for 9 CPD Hours. Australian Midwives and Nurses are required to collect 20 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) each year, so this course will provide 9 CPD Hours out of those 20 CPD Hours. If required for auditing, the course certificate will provide date and number of CPD Hours. If required for auditing, a brief description of objectives are listed at the start of each course session.
  • Accepted as 5 HOURS for CLC recertification purposes by the Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice (ALPP).

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Course Curriculum

START HERE: INTRODUCTION TO THE INFANT MICROBIOME AND EPIGENETICS

  • Hello and welcome
  • Course instructions
  • How does the course work?
  • Summary of Contents
  • List of professors and lactation experts
  • Speaker Disclosure & Conflict of Interest Declaration Forms
  • Notes on copyright, gender and spelling
  • Legal Disclaimer 1
  • Legal Disclaimer 2

Session 1. Introduction to the microbiome

  • 1. Session One – Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: Introduction to the science of childbirth (2:53)
  • 3. Explanation of the human microbiome
  • 4. VIDEO: What is the microbiome? (5:42)
  • 5. Microbiome and human health
  • 6. VIDEO: Connection between the microbiome and human health (5:51)
  • 7. How humans are impacting the microbiome
  • 8. VIDEO: Concerns for the future (4:34)
  • 9. To safeguard human health
  • 10. VIDEO: Potential importance of microbes during conception (1:56)
  • 11. Session One – Downloads
  • 12. Session One – Test
  • 13. Session One: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learning

Session 2. Microbiome and pregnancy

  • 1. Session Two – objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: The microbiome and pregnancy (2:03)
  • 3. Maternal heritage and Group B Strep (GBS)
  • 4. VIDEO: How a mother's microbiome changes during pregnancy (2:31)
  • 5. How a mother's microbiome changes during pregnancy
  • 6. VIDEO: Focus on potential prenatal exposures during pregnancy (6:05)
  • 7. Fetus exposed to microbes during pregnancy
  • 8. Session Two – Downloads
  • 9. Session Two – Test
  • 10. Session Two: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learning

Session 3. Microbiome and vaginal birth

  • 1. Session Three – Objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: The microbiome and vaginal birth (4:01)
  • 3. Main seeding event for vaginal birth
  • 4. VIDEO: The microbiome and the developing immune system (5:18)
  • 5. Microbiome and development of the infant immune system
  • 6. VIDEO: The progression of microbes in pregnancy, birth & infancy (3:38)
  • 7. One chance for immune training
  • 8. Session Three – Downloads
  • 9. Session Three – Test
  • 10. Session Three: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learning

Session 4. Microbiome and C-section

  • 1. Session Four – objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: The microbiome and C-section (7:26)
  • 3. Potential impact of C-section on infant microbiome
  • 4. VIDEO: C-section and longer term health problems (3:19)
  • 5. C-section and increased risk of non-communicable disease
  • 6. VIDEO: Association or causation? (3:04)
  • 7. Possible solutions for babies born by C-section?
  • 8. VIDEO: C-section and 'swab-seeding' (7:12)
  • 9. Session Four – Downloads
  • 10. Session Four – Test
  • 11. Session Four: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learning

Session 5. Microbiome and breastfeeding

  • 1. Session Five – objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: Benefits of skin-to-skin (5:21)
  • 3. Breast milk as perfect first food
  • 4. VIDEO: The microbiome and breast milk (4:41)
  • 5. Human milk oligosaccharides and other components
  • 6. VIDEO: Breast milk and the development of infant immune system (4:15)
  • 7. The impact of formula feeding
  • 8. VIDEO: The impact of formula feeding on infant health (2:22)
  • 9. Session Five – Downloads
  • 10. Session Five – Test
  • 11. Session Five: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learning

Session 6. Epigenetics and pregnancy

  • 1. Session Six – objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: The difference between epigenetics and genetics (3:38)
  • 3. Explanation of epigenetics
  • 4. VIDEO: Focus on epigenetics and pregnancy (6:42)
  • 5. Epigenetic impact during pregnancy
  • 6. VIDEO: Stress in pregnancy (4:13)
  • 7. Session Six – Downloads
  • 8. Session Six – Test
  • 9. Session Six: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learningrt

Session 7. Epigenetics and childbirth

  • 1. Session Seven – objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: Epigenetic Impact In Childbirth Hypothesis (EPIIC Hypothesis) (5:16)
  • 3. Explanation of EPIIC Hypothesis
  • 4. VIDEO: Views on EPIIC Hypothesis – Jacquelyn Taylor (3:16)
  • 5. Evidence for epigenetic changes during childbirth
  • 6. VIDEO: Views on EPIIC Hypothesis – Hannah Dahlen (3:04)
  • 7. Urgent need for more research
  • 8. Session Seven – Downloads
  • 9. Session Seven – Test
  • 10. Session Seven: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learning

Session 8. Epigenetics and breastfeeding

  • 1. Session Eight – objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: Breast milk as baby’s first food (2:33)
  • 3. Breastfeeding prevents disease
  • 4. VIDEO: Epigenetics and breast milk (2:27)
  • 5. Research into epigenetics and breastfeeding
  • 6. VIDEO: Breastfeeding provides more than breast milk (3:34)
  • 7. Formula feeding and epigenetics
  • 8. VIDEO: Guilt and infant feeding (1:26)
  • 9. Session Eight – Downloads
  • 10. Session Eight – Test
  • 11. Session Eight: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learning

Session 9. Science of oxytocin

  • 1. Session Nine – objectives
  • 2. VIDEO: What is oxytocin? (5:44)
  • 3. Explanation of oxytocin
  • 4. VIDEO: Optimal conditions for release of oxytocin (1:45)
  • 5. Role of oxytocin in childbirth
  • 6. VIDEO: The history of synthetic oxytocin (4:33)
  • 7. Use of synthetic oxytocin
  • 8. VIDEO: Common use of synthetic oxytocin (2:46)
  • 9. Synthetic oxtocin and risks for long-term health
  • 10. VIDEO: Explanation of research into synthetic oxytocin (4:33)
  • 11. Session Nine – Downloads
  • 12. Session Nine – Test
  • 13. Session Nine: Discussion Forum and Reflection on Learning

Evaluation Form, Certificate of Completion & Course Downloads

  • Student Evaluation Form
  • Scientific References – All sessions – Download
  • Extra reading and viewing list
  • Course handouts – All sessions – Download
  • Certificate of Completion

 

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