Gain the knowledge to monitor and recommend different feeding approaches.
In this POLHN self-paced program, you will use contextualised and relevant examples to understand the underlying concepts involved in infant and young child feeding.
This course begins with facts about infant and young child feeding, before moving onto complementary feeding and HIV and infant feeding. Finally, students will learn the approaches and recommendations of WHO when it comes to healthy feeding practices.
What will you learn?
At the end of this course, students will be able to:
- Recommended complementary feeding practices;
- How to manage breastfeeding in HIV-positive mothers; and
- Understand key approaches recommended to improve infant feeding;
- Recommended breastfeeding practices and the benefits of breastfeeding;
"Infant and Young Child Feeding" is currently under development and is not yet accessible. The complete course will be available online soon.