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2005 LLLI ConverenceTechnology Room Chat Schedule

Thanks to those who joined the LLLI Online Communications Department chat hosts and volunteers in a series of online conversations with many of the speakers at this year's LLLI Conference. Times listed below are Eastern US Time (the time zone of Washington, DC USA where the conference takes place). Our chats went very well, and we hope to offer them again next time.

Miss a chat? Check our podcast listing to see if you can download and listen to a conversation with any particular speaker!


Saturday, July 2

4:00 pm: Linda J. Smith, BSE, FACCE, IBCLC (Impact of Birthing Practices on Breastfeeding: Protecting the Mother and Baby Continuum)
5:00 pm: Elizabeth Pantley (The No-Cry Sleep Solution -- Gentle Ways to Help Your Baby Sleep Through the Night)
6:00 pm: Joyce Bermes, RN, IBCLC (Today's Youth: Facing New Challenges in the Modern World -- Staying Connected Through Difficult Times with Teens and Young Adults)

Sunday, July 3

10:30 am: Sheila Humphrey, BSc, RN, IBCLC (A Comprehensive Approach to Increasing Milk Supply Including the Use of Herbs)
11:30 am: Diana West, IBCLC, (A Comprehensive Approach to Increasing Milk Supply Including the Use of Herbs)
3:00 pm: Nancy Mohrbacher, IBCLC (Solving Breastfeeding Problems: Are There Natural Laws We Can Use?)
4:00 pm: Lawrence Gartner, MD (How Hospital Policies Adversely Affect the Management of Jaundice and Hypoglycemia)
6:00 pm: Jolene Ivy, MA (What Small Families Can Learn from Large Families)

Monday, July 4

8:00 am: Ana Tampana, (Surviving by Your Wisdom and Wit: Inspiration to Handle Stressful Life Situations)
9:00 am: Mary Kolar, (The "Sandwich Generation:" Meeting the Needs of Your Parents and Your Children -- Setting Priorities, Reaping the Benefits)
10:00 am: Margaret Kenda, (Whole Foods for Babies and Toddlers)
11:00 am: Edwina Froelich, (Chat with an LLL Founder -- back by popular demand!)
12:00 pm: Roberta Hewat, PhD, RN, IBCLC, (Breastfeeding as a Public Health Promotion Strategy for Childbearing Families Identified as 'At-Risk' for Preventing Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes)
2:00 pm: James Akre, BA, MPIA (Breastfeeding and the Three "M's": Media, Marketing, and Money. Reflecting on the Past and Peering into the Future)
3:00 pm: Naomi Drew, MA (Peaceful Parents, Peaceful Kids -- Practical Ways to Create a Calm and Happy Home)
5:30 pm: Lawrence J, Cohen, PhD (Empowering Girls and Connecting with Boys)
8:30 pm: George Kent, PhD (Pressures on HIV Positive Mothers’ Infant Feeding Choices)

Tuesday, July 5

11:00 am: Lu Hanessian (two hour chat) (Let the Baby Drive: Navigating the Road of New Motherhood)
2:00 pm: Paula Meier, RN, DNSc, FAAN (Breastfeeding Protocols for Premature Babies)
3:30 pm: Gordon Neufeld, PhD (Hold On To Your Kids: Why Parents Matter and Making Sense of Adolescence)

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