Katherine Fisher IBCLC CPD record since 2015

Katherine Fisher has been in continuous registration (L-16969) as an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant since 1995. Re-registration is required every 5 years either by examination or by accumulation of CERPs, Continuing Education Recertification Points. 75 points are required 1 hours equals 1 CERP.  50 Lactation- L CERPS, 5 Ethics E-CERPS, and 20 CERPS from any other subject relating to Lactation Consultant’s profession are required.K

Katherine Fisher IBCLC CPD record since 2015Paediatric Immediate Life Support 9.12.2015 Kings College Hospital 3 hours, Update training 2018 I hour

Katherine Fisher IBCLC CPD record since 2015

  1. Paediatric Immediate Life Support 9.12.2015 Kings College Hospital 3 hours, Update training 2018 I hour
  2. Differential diagnosis for Breastfeeding associated pain ILCA December 2016 1 L CERP
  3. Ethics in Lactation Practice ILCA December 2016 1 E CERP
  4. Maternal and breast pump factors ILCA December 2016 1 L CERP
  5. Container Type and Bacterial Activity of Human Milk ILCA January 2017 1L   CERP
  6. New-born behavioural observations NBO training. The Royal Society of Medicine 2 days April 2018 11 CPD points
  7. NG75 NICE Guidance points on Faltering Growth, what is there to know for the milk fed baby 
  8. Vitamin D in Pregnancy and Children Internis September 2018 1 CERP
  9. Early life nutrition masterclass from pregnancy to early childhood, Kings College, London 1.11.2018 6 CPD points.
  10. Children emergency care workshop, Guys and St Thomas’s NHS Trust December 2018 2 CPD points.
  11. Breastfeeding support on the night shift ILCA January 2019 1 L CERP
  12. Kings College London, Integrating Care: Depression, Anxiety and Physical Illness January 2019 6 CPD points
  13. Case studies on the referral of infants for body work ILCA February 2019 1 L- CERP
  14. Primal caregiving ILCA February 2019 1 L -CERP 
  15. Non-prescription drugs and lactation, ILCA February 2019 1 L- CERP
  16. Lactation and Palliative care, why and how to provide lactation support during serious illness or before an anticipated death. ILCA February 20191 L -CERP
  17. Ethics of Early Life Care ILCA February 20191 E- CERP
  18. Controversies in Breastfeeding Promotion. Lactation Education Resources March 20191-E CERP
  19. Legal and Ethical concerns for the Lactation Consultant.  Lactation Education Resources March 20191-E CERP.

Katherine Fisher Conferences attended since 2015

  1. Galaxias annual seminar Thessaloniki The Science behind the significance of Breastfeeding 25/26.4.2015 10 (CME CPD points)
  2. ILCA Conference 22/25.7.2015 17.5 L -CERPS, 1 E- CERP, 2 Research CERPS
  3. ALCI All Ireland Breastfeeding Conference 2nd/3rdOctober 2015 5.75 L-CERPS
  4. 7thNordic Breastfeeding Conference 2017 Oslo 30thand 31stOctober 13 CPD points
  5. Baby Friendly Initiative 2017 Annual Conference 22/23.11.2017 12 CPD points
  6. Symposium February 2018 Mouth based problems leading to dental issues, speech difficulties, failure to thrive and/or feeding and eating difficulties. Copenhagen February 2018 7 CPD points
  7. Royal Society of Medicine, Infant Feeding: policies, politics, and best practice. March 2018       5 CPD points
  8. 14thCongress of the European Society of Paediatric Otorhinolaryngology Stockholm 2/5.6.2018 6 European CME Credit.

Katherine Fisher teaching/speaking engagements since 2015

  1. Oslo Norway University of Oslo Hospital, Tongue tie assessment, Treatment and aftercare September 20161 hour
  2. Stavanger, Norway, St Svithuns Hospital 16/19.1.2017 15 hours
  3. The Norwegian Tongue tie project, International Collaborator 2016/2018
  4. Royal Society of Medicine 5.3.2018 Infant feeding: policies, politics and best practice. Talk 20 mins The Norwegian Tongue tie Project ½ CERP
  5. Merton Infant feeding and Weight management Team March 2018 Assessment, treatment of Tongue tie, and post-surgical care. 2 hours
  6. Best Start breastfeeding team, New Addington, Croydon, Surrey. September 2018 Assessment/treatment of Tongue tie and post Frenulotomy care  4 hours
  7. February 2018 Copenhagen Post Frenulotomy care Active wound management AWM) 30mins ½ CERP. The Norwegian Tongue -tie project 30mins ½ CERP
  8. Webinar 14.7.2018 Post Frenulotomy Active Wound Management (AWM) 90 mins 1.5 L-CERP

Poster presentations.

  1. Tongue-tie What to do? Fisher/Palade/Patel 2016 
  2. Relationship between Tongue tie and gastroesophageal reflux disease. The Experience of our centre. Raptis S, Fisher K, Patel S 2016
  3. Revision Frenulotomy after Tongue tie. Owusu-Ankomah R, Fisher K, Patel S 2017

Publications.

  1. Infant Journal September 2016; 12:166-67 and MIDIRS 26.1.2016 Article Common Misconceptions about Tongue tie.
  2. Infant Journal Volume 13 Issue 3 2017 Article Tongue-tie: appropriately qualified and trained staff are essential.
  3. Website downloads; Breastmilk and your Breastfed Baby, Tongue tie, and Katherine Fisher’s Problem Free Feed.

Mentoring

  Katherine has provided and continues to provide internship/mentoring clinical experience to  Lactation Consultant trainees, midwives and doctors.