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  • Writer's pictureZee Ifan MPA, IBCLC


September 18, 2019


Princeton Nassau Pediatrics: 301 North Harrison St Princeton NJ 08540


Prepare for IBCLC Exam

Review  various test taking strategies

Discuss lactogenesis

Discuss properties of human milk

Discuss appearance of human milk

Identify normal newborn appearance

List newborn conditions impacting breastfeeding. 

Describe breast and nipple conditions impacting breastfeeding.

Discuss developmental stagesIdentify techniques used by LCs in difficult breastfeeding situations. Identify important aspects of photos, as they relate to questions.


8:30  Registration and Welcome  

8:45  Study Skills     Elizabeth Piano   

9:00  The Beginnings Elizabeth Piano Breast Development Lactogenesis Important Properties                                 of Human Milk    

9:45   Infant Oral Development      Carmen Baker-Clark

10:30  Break  

10:45   What Should I Know?  Photos, Discussion Kay Hoover Normal Newborn Appearance                  Development Stages Newborn Conditions Impacting   Breastfeeding  Appearance of Human Milk

12:30 LUNCH  

 1:00   What Else Should I Know?   Photos and Discussion: Kay Hoover  Conditions of Maternal Breasts and Nipples LC Techniques to Support Breastfeeding

2:30    BREAK

2:45   What Else---Continued Kay Hoover  

4:00 Q & A

Dress in layers; room temperature can fluctuate.Lite breakfast, lunch, snacks are provided.There are no CERPS provided.


Kay Hoover, M Ed, IBCLC, FILCA has been a lactation consultant, assisting mothers and babies in a variety of settings and capacities for over 30 years. Kay has worked as a private practice lactation consultant, a hospital lactation consultant, and the lactation consultant for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.  She has presented workshops at national and international conferences, co- authored The Breastfeeding Atlas and served on the board of the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners.

Zanenge Ifan, BS, MPA, IBCLC managed several WIC Breastfeeding Programs and lactation services at University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro   Zee is currently affiliated with Princeton Nassau Pediatrics, providing lactation services in their various offices. Zee is past president of the N J Breastfeeding Coalition. 

Elizabeth E. Piano BS, MA, RN IBCLC   Elizabeth has been faculty at Felician College and William Paterson University, a staff nurse in labor and delivery, in maternal-newborn care and in Pediatric Intensive Care, a lactation consultant in hospitals, in private settings and the WIC program. She is an active committee member in developing the  ”Breastfeeding Support Course for Nurses” at CJFHC .and teaches in the 2 day BF course.

Carmen Baker-Clark,  BS, IBCLC Manager, Hoboken University Medical Center. Carmen attended Princeton University where she earned her degree in Arts and Archeology. Her passion for breastfeeding when she became a Mom, led her to become a Lactation Consultant. 

Mail Registration and Check To: VIKAAN LLC48 Andover DriveKendall Park, New Jersey 08824 Email to register online payment made via website. Call Zee @ 908-432-4378

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