Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute (CGBI)

CGBI: Breastfeeding Exclusive Winter 2019 - Publications & Presentations

Publications

Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute, Population Health Improvement Partners, Abt Associates. Trainer Manual: Comprehensive training materials to implement skills-based competency in maternity care and breastfeeding. Prepared for: EMPower Training Learning Collaborative Regional Meetings. July 2018.

Glover AV, Berry DC, Schwartz TA, Stuebe AM. The Association of Metabolic Dysfunction with Breastfeeding Outcomes in Gestational Diabetes. Am. J. Perinatol. 2018;35(14):1339-1345. doi:10.1055/s-0038-1626713.

Herrera SR, Vincent KL, Poole A, Olson G, Patrikeev I, Saada J, Gamble P, Motamedi M, Saade GR, Stuebe AM, Bytautiene Prewit E. Long-Term Effect of Lactation on Maternal Cardiovascular Function and Adiposity in a Murine Model. Am. J. Perinatol. 2018. doi:10.1055/s-0038-1669443.

Krashin JW, Lemani C, Nkambule J, Talama G, Chinula L, Flax VL, Stuebe AM, Tang JH. A comparison of breastfeeding exclusivity and duration rates between immediate postpartum levonorgestrel versus etonogestrel implant users: A prospective cohort study. Breastfeed. Med. 2019;14(1):69-76. doi:10.1089/bfm.2018.0165.

Perrin MT, Fogleman AD, Davis DD, Wimer CH, Vogel KG, Palmquist AEL. A pilot study on nutrients, antimicrobial proteins, and bacteria in commerce-free models for exchanging expressed human milk in the USA. Matern. Child Nutr. 2018;14 Suppl 6:e12566. doi:10.1111/mcn.12566.

Schafer EJ, Ashida S, Palmquist AEL. Psychosocial dimensions of human milk sharing. Matern. Child Nutr. 2018;14 Suppl 6:e12606. doi:10.1111/mcn.12606.

Vladutiu CJ, Ahrens KA, Verbiest S, Menard MK, Stuebe AM. Cardiovascular Health of Mothers in the United States: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2007-2014. J Womens Health (Larchmt) 2018. doi:10.1089/jwh.2018.7204.

Wouk K, Gottfredson NC, Tucker C, et al. Positive emotions during infant feeding and postpartum mental health. J Womens Health (Larchmt) 2018. doi:10.1089/jwh.2017.6889.

Wouk K, Bauer AE, Gottfredson NC. How to implement directed acyclic graphs to reduce bias in addiction research. Addict. Behav. 2018. doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.09.032.

 

Presentations

Bourg, J and Huntley, D. Beyond the hospital: Prenatal care, communities, and outpatient clinics. ENRICH Carolinas Learning Collaborative Meeting; December 2018; Chapel Hill, NC.

Holdren S, Fair C, and Palmquist AEL. (Poster) “Had I been able to donate, I would have:” A qualitative analysis of infant feeding narratives during and after the NICU. Presented at the American Public Health Association annual meeting; November 2018; San Diego, CA.

Muddana A, Stuebe A. “SMS4Moms: Feasibility and acceptability of text messaging to assess postpartum infant feeding – a pilot study.” Breastfeed Medicine 13(S1). Presented at the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine Annual Meeting; November 2018; San Francisco, CA.

Palmquist AEL. (Paper) Breastfeeding, pumping, and weaning in the context of human milk sharing. Presented at the American Public Health Association annual meeting; November 2018; San Diego, CA.

Palmquist AEL. (Invited Lecture) Gender, displacement, and infant and young child feeding in emergencies. Graduate Research Seminar in Nutrition, University of North Carolina Greensboro; November 201; Greensboro, NC.

Palmquist AEL. (Invited Lecture) Infant and young child feeding in emergencies: Life course perspectives. public health perspectives in infant feeding, North Carolina State University; October 2018; Raleigh, NC.

Palmquist, AEL. (Workshop) Supporting lactation and infant feeding in emergencies: Challenges and opportunities in the United States. Presented at the EAHEC WIC Continuing Education and Training; November 2018; Greenville, NC.

Stuebe, A. Applying a 4th trimester lens to mother-infant care, obesity and metabolic syndrome, lactation and contraception, beyond the latch: persistent breast pain; September 2018; Sonoma, CA.

Stuebe, A. Breastfeeding, contraception, and ethics, oh my! Advocacy and informed decision-making in the post-partum period. Presented at iLactation Online International Conference; September 2018.

Stuebe, A. Building a breastfeeding culture. Presented at ENRICH Learning Collaborative; December 2018; Chapel Hill, NC.

Stuebe, A. Caring for the whole mother-baby in the 4th trimester. Presented at the 23rd annual Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine International Conference; November 2018; San Francisco, CA.

Stuebe, A. Evidence-based approach to managing maternal & fetal complications in high risk obstetrics. Presented at St. Thomas Midtown Hospital; November 2018; Nashville, TN.

Stuebe A, Mills-Koonce R, Meltzer-Brody S, Pearson B, and Grewen K. ” Infant sex modifies associations between breastfeeding intensity and attachment.” Breastfeed Medicine 13(S1). Presented at the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine Annual Meeting; November 2018; San Francisco, CA.

Sullivan C. Applying an Equity Lens While Making Maternity Care Practice Change. ENRICH Carolinas Learning Collaborative Meeting; December 2018; Chapel Hill, NC.

Sullivan C, Davis S, Smetana A, Wouk K, Huntley D, and Palmquist AEL. (Panel) RISE: Lactation Training Model (Reclaiming, Improving and Sustaining Equity) Presented at the American Public Health Association annual meeting; November 13, 2018; San Diego, CA.

Sullivan C, Huntley D, Lawless G, Bourg J, Parry K, Flower K. (Poster) Improving Maternity-Care Practices and Breastfeeding Rates in Hospitals Serving Underserved Communities in the Carolinas, American Public Health Association Annual Meeting; November 12, 2018; San Diego, CA.

Tully, KP. Breastsleeping research and health policy: Panel discussion. Department of Anthropology, University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana on November 29, 2018.

Tully, KP. In Celebration of Professor James McKenna. Retirement celebration of Professor James McKenna, Rev. Edmund P. Joyce, C.S.C. Endowed Chair in Anthropology and Director, Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana on November 29.