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Deeper Dive into I'm Over This Pandemic But This Pandemic Isn't Over My Private Practice with Hope Lima, PhD, RDN, IBCLC

Lactation Business Coaching Deeper Dive
Course Description
As the pandemic continues to wear on, lactation consultants and families are faced with emerging challenges related to COVID-19. In this talk, we will be covering current CDC guidelines on breastfeeding if you are COVID-19 and are vaccinated/unvaccinated, how antibodies in human milk are impacted by vaccination status, how antibodies in human milk may protect the infant from contracting COVID-19, and more.
About Lactation Business Coaching
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Leah Jolly IBCLC + Annie Frisbie MA, IBCLC

We know that where there’s community, there’s power - and we wanted a place where lactation business owners could join in on authentic and candid conversations about what running a business in our industry really looked like.

If you’ve been looking for a place that doesn't feel like another “boss babe” business networking event, but instead a true connection with other lactation consultants cheering you on while offering their help and experience, our Deeper Dives are for you.
Meet Our Guest
Patrick Jones - Course author

Hope K. Lima, PhD, RDN, IBCLC

Hope Lima completed the Mary Rose Tully Training Initiative at UNC School of Global Public Health, becoming an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in 2017. She graduated with her PhD in nutritional biochemistry from NC State University in May 2018.
In addition to owning and operating Hope Feeds Babies, Hope is employed full time at Winthrop University in the Department of Human Nutrition overseeing the Certificate in Medical Lactation and running a research lab that focuses on helping mothers to reach their infant feeding goals, improving access to human milk, and analyzing the nutritional content of human milk.
As an IBCLC, Hope has a passion for connecting with mothers to help them to reach their individual feeding goals and advocacy for maternal health. She currently serves as the co-chair for the South Carolina Breastfeeding Coalition and is actively working to improve the landscape of breastfeeding support.
Hope is also the Director of Education for Annie Frisbie IBCLC, Inc, supervising content planning for Clinical Complexities in Private Practice, among others.
Great presentation and very practical info shared!
Tina E Schroeder, IBCLC
Knowledge Gap
This pandemic is unfolding, and so research is changing quickly. This presentation will address new research that has been published from 2021-2022 on COVID-19 and breastfeeding.


Describe current CDC guidelines for breastfeeding when you have COVID-19.


Describe the immune benefits of human milk from a vaccinated or COVID-19 positive parent.


Give guidance to your clients about keeping their families safe while nurturing the breastfeeding relationship.

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