F3139- Breastfeeding: the Context of Race, Culture, and Religion

Topic: Breast Feeding & Community Pediatrics

Sponsors: Section on Breastfeeding (SOBr)|Council on Community Pediatrics (COCP)

Monday, October 24
4:00PM - 4:45PM
Moscone South, 302

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This presentation will review various cultures (Latina, Native American, and East Asian) and discuss the influences of race, culture, and religion on breastfeeding decisions. As countries, including the U.S., become increasingly diverse, pediatricians working with mothers and babies need to be aware of cultural practices that can affect decisions about infants and thus frame their health advice and guidance within the context of cultural norms, while being competent and respectful.

Maya Bunik, MD, MSPH, FAAP

Associate Professor, Pediatrics. Medical Director, Primary Care Child Health Clinic
University of CO, Children's Hospital Colorado
Aurora, Colorado

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