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"This webinar is outstanding. I wish every parent, birthworker and educator could watch it. Invaluable information that is so critical for humanity and our health as a species. Well done!"
you’re a birth professional or just someone interested in the birth
experience. This is a must watch! My mind is blown by the amazing
came away with a much better understanding of the interplay between the
processes of pregnancy, birth and breastfeeding, and the role each
plays in the development of the infant microbiome. I would highly
recommend this webinar to all birth professionals."
a mother, a La Leche League Leader, a doula, an IBCLC, I feel this is
an excellent tool for sharing this necessary information"
great, easy to understand way to start learning about the next upcoming
breakthrough in birth science. Anyone who spends a lot of time around
births needs to know this information.
This masterclass webinar has been approved for 1 L-CERP (Lactation) by IBLCE - CERPs Registery No: 318088K
This masterclass webinar is an Australian College of Midwives CPD Recognised Activity and has been approved for 1 CPD Hour by Australian College of Midwives.
All those completing the webinar will be able to download a Certificate of Completion.
MASTERCLASS WEBINAR HOST:
Toni Harman is the Producer / Director of the multi award documentary MICROBIRTH and author of the books THE MICROBIOME EFFECT and YOUR BABY's MICROBIOME.
Toni is also the founder of MICROBIRTH SCHOOL. Toni has been featured as a guest on BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC World Service and also she has appeared as a guest on numerous podcasts. Her work has been featured in The Observer, The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail. Toni has written blog-post articles for Scientific American and the Huffington Post. You can contact Toni direct on this link.
Martin Blaser, Muriel G. and George W. Singer Professor of Translational Medicine, Director Human Microbiome Program, New York University and author Missing Microbes
Maria Gloria Dominguez-Bello, Associate Professor Department of Medicine, New York University
Hannah Dahlen, Professor of Midwifery, Western Sydney University
Aleeca Bell, Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago
Sue Carter, Executive Director of the Kinsey Institute and Rudy Professor of Biology at Indiana University
Anita Kozyrskj, Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of Alberta