We know that families that work with midwives enjoy much higher breastfeeding rates. What is it that we can learn about what midwives best practices? How can we transform those into policies that help women reach their breastfeeding goals, regardless of setting?

I am honored to be guest posting today, along with Midwives Alliance of North America president Jill Breen and Citizens for Midwifery volunteer Lauren Korfine, at Science and Sensibility today. You can read the post here. The post is a part of a series on World Breastfeeding Week. It also represents exactly why I think it is *so* important that birth and breastfeeding practioners collaborate. We have so much to learn from one another!

photo credit: Luna Maya Birth Center (Cris Alonso)

 

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