Print Resources

 

Recommended Books for Mothers

  • Mohrbacher, Nancy, IBCLC and Kendall-Tackett, Kathleen PhD, IBCLC (2005). Breastfeeding Made Simple: Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers
  • West, Diana IBCLC and Marasco, Lisa (2009) A Breastfeeding Mothers Guide To Making More Milk
  • West, Diana IBCLC (2001) Defining Your Own Success – Breastfeeding After Breast Reduction Surgery

Recommended Books for Professionals

  • Clinical Practice Guidelines for Exclusive Breastfeeding for the First Month (free download)
  • Hale, Thomas W. Medications and Mother’s Milk
    [Visit Website]
  • Hanson, Lars A. MD, PhD. (2004) Immunobiology of Human Milk: How Breastfeeding Protects Babies
  • Ludington-Hoe, Susan PhD. with Golant Susan K. (1999) Kangaroo Care – The Best You Can Do to Help Your Preterm Infant 
  • Mohrbacher, Nancy, IBCLC . (2010). Breastfeeding Answers Made Simple: A Guide for Helping Mothers
  • Mohrbacher, Nancy, IBCLC and Kendall-Tackett, Kathleen PhD, IBCLC (2005). Breastfeeding Made Simple: Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers
  • Nathoo, Tasnim and Ostry, Aleck (2009). The One Best Way? Breastfeeding History, Politics, and Policy in Canada
  • Nice, Frank J. RPh DPA CPHP (2007). Nonprescription Drugs for the Breastfeeding Mother
  • Smith, Linda J. (2010). Impact of Birthing Practises On Breastfeeding – Protecting the Mother and Baby Continuum
  • Walker, Marsha (2009). Breastfeeding the Late Preterm Infant – Improving Care and Outcomes
  • Wight, Nancy E., Morton, Jane A., Kim, Jae H., Best Medicine: Human Milk in the NICU
  • West, Diana IBCLC and Marasco, Lisa (2009). A Breastfeeding Mothers Guide To Making More Milk
  • West, Diana IBCLC  (2001). Defining Your Own Success – Breastfeeding After Breast Reduction Surgery

 

Recommended DVDs

  • Delivery Self Attachment (1999) – Dr. Lennart Richard
    [Visit Website]
  • Follow Me Mum:  The Key to Successful Breastfeeding (2011) – Glover, Rebecca
    [Visit Website]
  • How to Milk by Hand How to Feed From a Cup  – The National Breastfeeding Committee of Denmark
    [Visit Website]
  • Kangaroo Mother Care II Restoring the Original Paradigm for Infant Care and Breastfeeding – Dr. Nils Bergman (2002)
    [Visit Website]
  • Kangaroo Mother Care – Rediscover the Natural Way to Care for Your Newborn Baby (2001) – Dr. Nils Bergman
    [Visit Website]
  • Grow Your Baby’s Brain (2011) – Dr. Nils Bergman and Jill Bergman
    [Visit Website]
  • Breastfeeding: Bringing baby to the breast (2007) Manon  Methot and Nancy  Pilote – Public Health Agency of Canada
    [Visit Website]
  • Baby-Led Breastfeeding –  Dr. Christina M. Smillie
    [Visit Website]
  • Biological Nurturing – Laid Back Breastfeeding for Mothers (2011) – Suzanne Colson
    [Visit Website] (available English, French and Spanish)
    For information on Biological Nurturing [Visit Website]

 

List of Print Resources and DVD’s courtesy of Dianne Nikiforuk, RN, IBCLC


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