Our celebration of #NationalBreastfeedingMonth continues! Join us this Saturday 8/21 for Double Whammy: Exclusive Pumping & Pumping Equipment! Learn about exclusive pumping, unique challenges an exclusive pumping parent might face, and also create a plan of care to increase milk production for the exclusively pumping client. Additionally, you will learn what breast pumps are currently being used in the lactation field and which are considered the “best” for the job!
Kristina Chamberlain, CNM, ARNP, IBCLC is the Clinical Program Director and Lead Faculty for the Lactation Programs at UC San Diego Extension Program. She loves teaching future IBCLCs and has taught in person and online courses at the graduate level, as well as presented at various professional conferences She believes we need more lactation consultants because every breastfeeding family deserves one! A graduate of the University of Washington, Kristina has been working with breastfeeding families for over 15 years. As a Certified Nurse-Midwife and International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant, she found postpartum and breastfeeding support to be lacking, so she focuses her work on providing the best lactation and breastfeeding care to her patients. Her clinical experience includes working inpatient and outpatient in hospitals, private practice, in home and telehealth visits. She In her spare time, she is attending her kids’ sports events and learning how to become a beekeeper.
Rose deVigne-Jackiewicz, RN, MPH, IBCLC has over 38 years’ experience in lactation and has been regarded as one of the top Lactation Consultants in San Diego. Rose has worked side by side with nurses, nurse practitioners, pediatricians and other health professionals in the education and training of breastfeeding mothers and newborns. She has been retired since August 2019. Her history of employment includes Kaiser Permanente, Sharp Mary Birch Hospital for Women, and Loma Linda Medical Center, where she established inpatient and outpatient lactation programs. She is currently teaching in the lactation programs at UCSD and mentors’ pathway 3 students from UC Davis. Specializing in normal and high-risk mothers and babies, she has helped mothers become successful in breastfeeding. She is the recipient of multiple Nurse of the Year awards and authored Breastfeeding Basics: A Lactation Consultants Advice for Breastfeeding during Your Hospital Stay. Since 1983, she has been teaching classes on this subject and is a seasoned lecturer.