Webinar~ WHO CODE ~ “The Code, Companies, and LC’s”
by StorkStories on October 6, 2009
This is a reprint of an email invite I received today and wished to share with all those interested.
Brought to you by the USLCA
Wednesday October 14th 2009
“The Code, Companies, and LC’s” by Marsha Walker
Participants will be able to describe the LC’s manufacturing or distributing products within the scope of the Code.
Participants will be able to discuss the elements of the WHO Code as they relate to companies that manufacture or distribute products covered within the scope of the Code.The Code within lactation consultants practice. LC and ethical Practice within the Code.
Use of company products
Use of educational materials
Exhibiting at conference
Attending company sponsored education programs
Accepting meals or free items
How does a company meet its obligations under the code
What violates the Code and what does not
Pictures-where and how are they acceptable
Marketing vs Selling
60 Min program
1 E Cerp Awarded for participating
(Certificates are emailed to attendees)
USLCA Members $20, Non-members $30, Groups 2-10 $45, 10 or more $65
Click here to sign up “The Code, Companies, And LC’s”
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