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Breastfeeding has important benefits throughout a child’s life. It reduces the risk of overweight and obesity and protects children from negative health consequences throughout the life course. Breastfeeding gives children the healthiest start in life. Breastmilk provides all the energy
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On behalf of the Breastfeeding Committee for Canada Baby-Friendly Initiative Symposium Planning Committee, we are happy to share the event information for the next Baby-Friendly Initiative Symposium 2019. The Baby-Friendly Initiative Symposium 2019 will take place from October 1st to 3rd, 2019 in
The Inuvik Regional Hospital now has the Baby-Friendly Initiative designation, making it the first centre in the territories to have the globally-recognized label that promotes breastfeeding. It’s the 22nd hospital in Canada to get the designation, and it took about 15
ABC Conference May 3, 2019
The Baby-Friendly Initiative Quality Improvement Collaborative Project, Parent Partner Recruitment. The Breastfeeding Committee for Canada is seeking a Parent Partner to participate in planning, designing and implementing a Quality Improvement Collaborative that will scale up the implementation of the Baby-Friendly
Invitation to Maternity Hospitals The Breastfeeding Committee for Canada is leading a national project to increase the number of hospitals with Baby-Friendly designation. A Quality Improvement Learning Collaborative with 25 participating hospitals will be the primary focus. To complete the
Webinar Invitation to Canadian Hospitals with Maternity Services The Public Health Agency of Canada is funding a 5 year innovation project to revitalize and expand hospital implementation of the Baby-Friendly Initiative. The project aims to promote maternal and infant health
We are pleased to share some very exciting news from the Board. The BCC is excited to announce that the Public Health Agency of Canada is funding $1.3 million over five years to improve maternal infant health by increasing breastfeeding