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What Does a Baby Feel At Birth?
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What Does a Baby Feel At Birth?

13 Jan 2021 | Dr. alberto heart

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¿Alguna vez te has preguntado qué siente un bebé recién nacido al nacer? El Dr. Alberto Heart, pediatra y neonatólogo de Panamá tiene. En este fascinante seminario web, comparte su investigación y sus ideas con nosotros. ¿Sabías que los bebés lloran en su lengua materna y los sonidos de su bebé imitan a los de su lengua materna? ¿Sabía que a los bebés les encanta “hablar de bebés” e interactuar con padres que los miran directamente a la cara, les abren los ojos y la boca y les hablan en voz baja? ¿Sabía que los bebés pueden oler desde el nacimiento y el olor a leche materna y líquido amniótico los calma? Estas son solo algunas de las ideas basadas en la investigación que ha compartido. ¡Escucha y aprende!

El Dr. Heart también comparte una descripción encantadora del nacimiento desde la perspectiva del bebé mientras habla sobre la importancia de la primera hora después del nacimiento, las alegrías y los beneficios de piel a piel para el bebé, y la investigación que muestra que los bebés que pasan una hora o más piel a piel amamanta por más tiempo. Cualquier persona interesada en el nacimiento y los bebés aprenderá información importante. ¡Puede que nunca pienses lo mismo en el embarazo y las primeras horas de vida! ¡Disfrutar!

This webinar is broadcasted in both English and Spanish.

Click here for English | Haga clic aqui para Inglés

This webinar is eligible for 1 L-CERPs credit.

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Registration Fees:

Leaders and Leader Applicants– Webinar without 1 L-CERPs: $8.50

Non-Leaders– Webinar without 1 L-CERPs: $15.50

Webinar with 1 L-CERPs: $22.50

About Dr. Alberto Heart:

Dr. Alberto Heart MD, PhD Pediatrics and Neonatology. MSc Neurodevelopment of the premature baby. Evidence based medicine expert and Positive discipline instructor.  Dr. Heart works as pediatrician and neonatologist in Panama. He is a proud member of APILAM (Association for the promotion and investigation of cultural and scientific aspects of human lactation) and an active collaborator of www.e-lactancia.org, one of the largest evidence-based databases and search engines of medical interventions, medications and treatments and their interactions with breastfeeding. He is a renowned lecturer regarding the topics of humanization of birth, respected care of the newborn baby, lactation, child development and the neurophysiology of birth and co-regulation.

He has worked together with the Panamanian branch of La Leche League in the education and promotion of breastfeeding in Panama and was chosen as “Ambassador of breastfeeding” for his work. He is married to Dr. Karla Camacho MD, PhD, OBGYN and both are very active in the education and promotion of positive legal changes in their country regarding the humanization of birth and lactation. They have two lovely children whom they consider their best teachers in life.

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