IBCLC Recertification CERPs for Pathology

On demand CERPs in IBLCE Content Outline III: Pathology for IBCLC Recertification through continuing education

To recertify as an IBCLC using continuing education recognition points, you will be invited to take a self-assessment. This self-assessment will be scored immediately, and will tell you if you need to get a minimum of 5 of your CERPs from one or more of the 7 content areas on the IBLCE Detailed Content Outline.

All IBCLC Recertification CERPs for Pathology are 1 CERP unless otherwise noted.

All of these IBCLC Recertification CERPs for Pathology are available a la carte or in one of these bundles:

IBCLC Recertification CERPs for Pathology include the following subject areas:

A. Infant

  • 1. Ankyloglossia
  • 2. Cleft lip and palate
  • 3. Congenital anomalies (e.g., gastrointestinal, cardiac)
  • 4. Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), reflux
  • 5. Hyperbilirubinemia
  • 6. Infant neurological disabilities
  • 7. Small for Gestational Age (SGA), Large for Gestational Age (LGA)
  • 8. Infant acute disease (e.g., infectious, cardiac, metabolic)
  • 9. Vertically transmitted infections (e.g., HIV, Hepatitis B)
  • 10. Esophageal atresia
  • 11. Inborn error of metabolism
  • 12. Infant cancer
  • 13. Infant GI anomalies

B. Maternal

  • 1. Abscess
  • 2. Milk ejection reflex dysfunction
  • 3. Maternal acute disease (e.g., infectious, cardiac, metabolic)
  • 4. Maternal chronic disease
  • 5. Maternal disability (physical and neurological)
  • 6. Mastitis
  • 7. Milk supply, low or over
  • 8. Nipple and breast conditions
  • 9. Nipple pain and trauma
  • 10. Post-partum hemorrhage
  • 11. Pre-eclampsia / pregnancy induced hypertension
  • 12. Maternal cancer

IBLCE does not require you to have CERPs in any specific subsection, just the main content area.

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