Jones & Bartlett Publishers, Oct 15, 2010 - 310 pages
Consistent with the direction being followed by the IBLCE exam board, The Third Edition of Linda J. Smith s highly successful Comprehensive Lactation Consultant Exam Review is organized around the chronological stages of the mother-baby dyad s development. With over 800 questions and over 30 new clinical pictures, the Third Edition encourages an in-depth exploration of each stage of the mother-baby dyad s development, and poses questions that are often unique to that particular stage. It contains two complete Practice Exams and presents thirteen actual Clinical Case Studies, each asking several questions about the case. This review guide is perfect for beginning lactation consultants and those re-certifying, as well as dietitians, childbirth educators, nurses, and breastfeeding counselors! This new edition offers: Information organized by Chronological Stages versus by Disciplines Over 100 more questions than the Second Edition, and over 30 new clinical pictures Practice Exams that follow the 2010 IBLCE exam format by having 175 multiple-choice questions, of which, 100 questions have clinical pictures The companion online image gallary contains full color clinical pictures to help you learn!
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