For this edition, we have chosen to talk about Jennifer Welch.

Thinking of an IBCLC whose story deserves to be featured? Contact our coordinator, who will be happy to write an article on this exceptional professional!

AQC Team

The Association pour la santé publique du Québec needs your knowledge and experience in order to create a platform related to perinatality.

The AQC is proud to present, during its 2023 Annual General Meeting, the conference:

Les réflexes primitifs et l'allaitement, presented by Caroline Labelle, Physiotherapist.

The AQC is proud to present, during its 2023 Annual General Meeting, the conference:

Engorgement durant l’allaitement : ouverture des perspectives de l’approche thérapeutique dans la globalité, presented by Bianca Thuot, Ostheopath.

This annual meeting offers professionals working in perinatal care the opportunity to develop and maintain their skills and expertise in breastfeeding by training on specific subjects and commonly encountered clinical issues.

The AQC petition was deposited last week in the National Assembly.

For this edition, we have chosen to talk about Annabelle Boucher.

Thinking of an IBCLC whose story deserves to be featured? Contact Alexandra Ross-Laquerre, our coordinator, who will be happy to write an article on this exceptional professional!

AQC Team

As part of Pride Month (June), we share with you a publication from the Direction régionale de la santé publique de Montréal


This synthesis is the result of a summary review of the scientific and grey literature, carried out in collaboration with a researcher from the Centre de recherche Jeunes, familles et réponses sociales (JEFAR). 

ALCI ( Association of Lactation Consultants in Ireland) will hold its 2023 National Conference on September 29 and 30 in hybrid mode. Full details on their content and packages can be found by clicking here.

 

 

The AQC makes it a priority to have the IBCLC profession recognized in Quebec. The presence of IBCLCs in the health network is an important step towards equitable access to essential specialized breastfeeding care for families who need it. Continued support for breastfeeding beyond initiation must be a priority for the province, which is in line with Santé Québec's recommendations for best breastfeeding practices.

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