January 20, 2021 *, 60 minutes
1:00 pm Eastern (12:00 pm Central, 11:00 am Mountain, 10:00 am Pacific)
*this webinar WILL be recorded, but access will require a separate purchase. Recorded webinars are available here for purchase a week after the live webinar has taken place.
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Number of CERPs & CNEs
1.0 R CERP and 1.0 CNE* (Pending ANCC Approval)
Summer Kelly, MS, RN, IBCLC
By the end of the webinar, the participate will be able to:
- Identify one biotic component and one abiotic component of the human milk microbiome.
2. Describe one way that human milk secretory IgA (sIgA) promotes infant gut homeostasis.
3. Compare and contrast the biotic and abiotic factors in mom’s milk, donor milk, and infant formula that may impact the infant microbiome.
Summer Kelly brings 15 years of perinatal nursing and lactation experience to her role as Executive Director of the Mothers’ Milk Bank of the Western Great Lakes. She holds a Masters of Science in Biology from Northeastern Illinois University, where she researched the bioactive components of human milk. She co-founded Lennon’s Lab at the milk bank, where she developed novel pre-pasteurization milk testing procedures. As a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI), Summer is passionate about food safety and serves as Accreditation Chair for the Human Milk Banking Association of North America (HMBANA).