Sidra Medicine to host free webinar on breast feeding tomorrow

  • 2 months   ago

The session is part of ‘Meet Sidra Medicine’s Experts’ series – a community engagement program that features subjects related to women’s and children’s health.

Sidra Medicine, a member of Qatar Foundation, as a part of a series of free webinars (virtual seminars) on general health topics is hosting a webinar on breast feeding tomorrow, August 31 between 2.00pm – 3.00pm.

 

The topic of the webinar is ‘Breastfeeding is a healthy choice for you and your kid.’

Naglaa Hassouna, Clinical Nurse will be the speaker and the virtual session will be moderated by Fatema-Alzhra Shatnawi, Clinical Midwife Leader.

The important discussion will focus on: 

Benefits of breastfeeding for the mother and child

Mother's milk secret

Return to work and storing milk and 

Breastfeeding positions.

The webinar is part of ‘Meet Sidra Medicine’s Experts’ series – a community engagement program that features guidance and recommendations on subjects related to women’s and children’s health. Topics include lactation and nutritional advice; diabetes management guidance for parents; mental health and much more.

Jennifer Ahen, Act. Executive Director of Communications at Sidra Medicine has commented on the Sidra’s website, “The current pandemic has impacted the direct sharing (whether face-to-face or within a group context) of useful and at times critical health information with key members of our community including first time mothers; teenagers and students with mental health concerns; parents with children who have disabilities or health challenges. Our “Meet Sidra Medicine’s Experts” webinars are a safe and effective way for the community to hear from our team of physicians, educators and health professionals on topics that matter and in real time. We hope that they will find it useful and engaging.”

Registration for free webinar can be done by clicking this link on Sidra’s website:

https://www.sidra.org/events-calendar/event-details/?Event=17607

The free webinar will be presented via Microsoft Teams and no prior registration is required.


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