Jones and Bartlett Publishers Announces the Publication of Current Issues in Clinical Lactation 2002
SUDBURY, MA, July 24, 2001ÂJones and Bartlett Publishers (J&B) is pleased to announce the publication of Current Issues in Clinical Lactation 2002, edited by Kathleen G. Auerbach. The second title in the CICL series, Current Issues in Clinical Lactation 2002 continues to add to the growing body of information on lactation science and its clinical application by providing new insights on issues affecting successful breastfeeding.
(PRWEB) August 11, 2001
Current Issues in Clinical Lactation 2002 includes patients' perceptions of providers' views on breastfeeding, inadequate screening of the mother for alcohol consumption, prematurity, and the effects of a non-supportive culture are explored.
In its first edition last year, Current Issues in Clinical Lactation 2000 was called ÂbrilliantÂ and ÂexceptionalÂ in a review published by the Journal of Human Lactation (Vol. 17, Iss. 2, p. 170, Ã£ 2001). Reviewer Heather Chase, RN, IBCLC, wrote, ÂCurrent Issues in Clinical Lactation will no doubt contribute to the increase in knowledge and expertise of the lactation clinicians. My only regret is that it will come out only once a year.Â This yearÂs collection of articles will surely continue this legacy of brilliance.
Kathleen G. Auerbach, PhD, IBCLC, maintains a private practice in lactation consulting at The Parent Center in Ferndale, Washington. She is co-author with Jan Riordan of Breastfeeding and Human Lactation (now in its second edition) and its three accompanying titles. She and Jan Riordan are also the authors of Clinical Lactation: A Visual Guide. Each of these titles is also available from Jones and Bartlett Publishers.
Headquartered in Sudbury, Massachusetts, Jones and Bartlett Publishers is the ninth largest academic publisher in the United States, publishing text, professional, and reference books, and a variety of multimedia products. In addition to lactation, J&B publishes titles in the fields of emergency care and medicine, nursing, health science and nutrition, biology, physics, mathematics, and computer science.
Current Issues in Clinical Lactation 2002
ISBN: 0-7637-1822-X ● 96 pages ● $36.95 (U. S. List)