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戴安·维欣吉 -- 从出生到母乳喂养,自然背后的科学

戴安·维欣吉 -- 从出生到母乳喂养,自然背后的科学


From Birth to Breast, The Science Behind What Is Natural










Organizers: China Soong Ching Ling Foundation Training & Communication Centre

La Leche League Asia

Co-organizers:  Hayimom Doula Service Center

 Beijing Jiaxubang Mother and Infant Care Service Company, Ltd. 

Sponsors:     Beijing Sino-British Aoki Park Medical Technology Co., Ltd. 
                           THE BANK OF EAST ASIA(CHINA) LIMITED  
    The Familier

    青岛乳源生物科技有限公司  Biotechnology Co., Ltd. Qingdao Ruyuan www.furuyuan.com



Dates: November 19 and 20, 2011



Purpose: To offer an exchange of information, and educational platform, and to introduce evidence-based best practices in the areas of birthing and breastfeeding. 



Background: In recent years, rates for natural births and breastfeeding in China have dropped sharply from decades before.  Certainly the reasons can be many, and clearly there are still many practices in the areas of birthing and breastfeeding in China that are not mother-baby-friendly, are outdated, or based on non-scientific beliefs. In terms of infant health, breast milk is the superior infant food, and alert and active participation by the mother in childbirth can help mother and baby get breastfeeding off to a good start.  We hope that by inviting high-level, well-known, internationally-recognized speakers who have made revolutionary achievements in their areas of expertise will catalyze positive change here in China.  We support the adoption of evidence-based practices for the best health outcomes of today‘‘s Chinese mothers and babies. 






We invite hospital directors, administrators, department heads, physicians,

community health care providers, doulas, nurses, midwives, childbirth instructors, IBCLCs, lactation professionals, “cui ru shi” (traditional Chinese breast massagers), Chinese confinement nannies/postpartum midwives, confinement center staff, La Leche League Leaders, mothers, fathers, babies and their extended family members and caregivers to join us.


主要讲员 Diane Wiessinger, MS, IBCLC, LLL Leader









Diane holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Biology and Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Cornell University. She has been a La Leche League Leader since 1985 and an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant since 1990. The owner of a private lactation practice in Ithaca, NY, she has written many breastfeeding handouts and self-publishes them on CD. She has also published articles and commentaries on various breastfeeding topics, and is a contributor to Smith’s The Lactation Consultant in Private Practice and Genna’s Supporting Sucking Skills in Breastfeeding Infants. 


Most recently she has co-written the completely revised eighth edition of La Leche League International’s The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding with Diana West and Teresa Pitman. Diane has spoken across the United States and in Canada, England, Australia, New Zealand, and Israel on her favorite topics: how mothers and babies make breastfeeding happen; how the language we use reflects our unconscious views of breastfeeding; how our mammalian heritage affects birthing and breastfeeding, and, going back to her La Leche League roots, the critical importance of mother-to-mother support for successful breastfeeding.


She is the mother of two breastfed sons, mother-in-law of two wonderful young women and grandmother of two beautiful breastfed children.




Saturday, November 19, 2011


9:00        主办方致欢迎辞 Welcome by Organizers


9:30–11:30 主要演讲者戴安·维欣吉—生产与母性行为




Keynote Speaker - Diane Wiessinger

The Relationship between Birth Practices and Maternal Behaviors

What happens to infant feeding and mothering behavior when mammals are deprived of their chosen place, time, and sensations of birth? What if the birth is too hard… or too easy?  What if there is intervention? This talk is about the implications of our mammalian ancestry on how we give birth and begin the process of mothering in modern societies.  When we realize how similar we are to mammals when it comes to birth and breastfeeding, we see the reasons behind modern society’s widespread breastfeeding difficulties.


12:00 – 1:00 午休-午餐自理  Lunch Break


1:00 – 2:00    戴安·维欣吉 Diane Wiessinger




Beyond the Womb -The Power of a Mother’s Skin

Babies need their mothers.  Premature and ill babies need them even more; sometimes their very survival depends on having continuous contact with their mothers.  Here’s a brief look at the history of separating premature babies from their mothers, and the logic of using the mother’s body as the primary source of care for any baby at risk.


2:00–2:15  问与答 Q&A


2:15–2:30  茶歇 Break


(During Break, Diane will be autographing books for sale, and LLL Leaders will be available for breastfeeding help)


2:30–3:00  陈梅 Mavis Chen国际分娩与教育协会中国联络处负责人, 国际助产联盟中国代表, 北京哈依妈妈导乐服务会所负责人


Mother Support for Better Births -- The Development of the Doula Care in China

(Please note that this lecture will be in Chinese only)


3:00–4:00 李淑芝,嘉旭邦深母婴护顾问首席讲师

中医点穴催乳: 点穴催乳理论知识, 穴位与按摩手法, 须提示的注意事项。



Li Shuzhi, Chief Consultant of Mother and Infant Care, Senior Lecturer of Jiaxubang

Chinese Acupressure Massage for Increasing Milk Supply

 Theoretical knowledge, practical massage methods and precautions.

(Please note that this lecture will be in Chinese only.)

To help those mothers who encounter milk supply issues, breast tenderness, and other common breastfeeding problems, a unique method of traditional Chinese acupuncture massage with 35 pressure points as been developed to stimulate milk secretion. This massage together with the nutritional soup (galactogogue soup, nourishing yin, replenishing through the milk, regulating endocrine disorders, increasing pituitary prolactin secretion, can stimulate breast development, can cause milk cells to produce more milk) has been found to be effective.


4:00–4:45  小巫






Yanhong Wheeler (Xiao Wu) 

Finding Your Inner Strength

(Please note that this lecture will be in Chinese only.)

Breastfeeding mothers in China face a particularly unfriendly environment: rampant distribution of formula samples, overwhelming formula ad campaigns, misleading information from media and sometimes medical professionals, lack of concrete help and support, worried family members eager to help but in fact impede, casual "advice" from friends and neighbors that work against breastfeeding ... How do we gain inner strength to insist on what‘‘s best for our babies?


Yanhong Wheeler was the first accredited native Chinese-speaking La Leche League Leader in mainland China. She has been advocating breastfeeding in mainstream media and helping breastfeeding mothers in China for nearly 12 years. She has written 7 best-selling books, 2 of which are focused on breastfeeding.


4:45–5:30 国际母乳会哺乳辅导和哺乳妈妈的问与答小巫陈攀任钰雯, 周宗蓓

Breastfeeding Mothers Q&A with LLL Leaders – Xiao Wu, Chen Pan,

Ren Yuwen, Ivy




Sunday, November 20, 2011


9:00                欢迎仪式  Welcome


9:15–11:15 戴安·维欣吉  Diane Wiessinger



New Understandings of How Babies Latch

Babies haven‘‘t changed since the beginning of time, but our understanding of how they attach to the breast certainly has!  This talk is a journey through more than 20 years of visuals and texts, to the latest, surprisingly simple, conclusions.  Whether you are a healthcare provider who frequently helps mothers and babies latch, or you are a mother-to-be, you will gain greater insight into how to make latching easier so that your baby can breastfeed more effectively while you get needed rest.

11:30–12:00 任钰雯 国际母乳会哺乳辅导   国际泌乳顾问   教育学硕士   




Yuwen RenLLL Leader IBCLC, MEd

(Please note that this lecture will be in Chinese only)

From her experience of helping breastfeeding mothers as an LLL Leader in China, Yuwen finds that although it is not hard to solve the technical problems, the greatest challenge is how to help mothers who lack a support system, especially those mothers who have unsupportive family members. We hope our seminars not only help mothers on a personal level, but also increase understanding in the wider realm of society. We advocate for mother-to-mother support in many forms everywhere, from grandma to mother, sister to sister, coworker to coworker, and between friends.

Yuwen Ren started Chinese LLL meetings in Shanghai since she became LLL Leader in 1997. She has helped nearly 10,000 mothers by emails, phone calls and home visits. She regularly writes columns in magazines and actively advocates for breastfeeding through different media channels. She is the first Chinese IBCLC in mainland China.

12:001:00 午休-午餐自理  Lunch Break


1:00–3:15  戴安·维欣吉 Diane Wiessinger





The Heart and Voice of Breastfeeding

Just as babies need their mothers, mothers need other mothers.  “Mother-support groups” give mothers confidence, information, and role models to help them continue the good start that breastfeeding provides.  But mothers need more.  They need a clear message, from their helpers and from official sources, that breastfeeding is normal, and that formula is only the fourth best choice for feeding babies.  We cannot have a breastfeeding norm without language that normalizes breastfeeding.  How we change our language is different for helpers and for public information sources.  Combining those voices with mother-to-mother support can move us much more quickly toward widespread and successful breastfeeding.


3:15-3:45   茶歇期间国际母乳会哺乳辅导将提供母乳喂养咨询帮助

Break – During Break, LLL Leaders will be available for breastfeeding help



3:45–5:45  戴安·维欣吉 Diane Wiessinger




Lactation Consultation Case Studies

Participants of this workshop will choose 5 case studies to discuss in small groups, case by case, and will share their group’s ideas with the entire group for discussion.  Then Diane will reveal how she approaches each case as a professional lactation consultant.  Because helping a mother is often more of an art than a science, participants may find approaches that work even better than Diane‘‘s in some situations. Together we will find that there is no single “right way” to approach breastfeeding problems.


  Introduction of Organizers:


国际母乳会 -- La Leche League








La Leche League is a non-profit organization founded in 1956 by seven women who wanted to make breastfeeding easier and more rewarding for both mother and child.  Our mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.


La Leche League is active in 65 countries and territories, reaching more than 300,000 mothers monthly through a network of more than 7,000 accredited Leaders who work on a volunteer basis. La Leche League International is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in consultative status with UNICEF, is an NGO in official relations with the World Health Organization (WHO), acts as a registered Private Voluntary Organization for the Agency for International Development (USAID), is an accredited member of the US Healthy Mothers/Healthy Babies Coalition, is a member of the Child Survival Collaborations and Resources Group (CORE), and is a founding member of the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA).


LLL’s Chinese website:  www.muruhui.org

For more information about LLL International, please visit www.LLLi.org

For more information about LLL Hong Kong, please visit www.LLLhk.org






CSCLF Training & Communication Center is an important division of the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation (CSCLF). CSCLF is primarily   concerned with mother-child health.  It sponsored the “Mother-Child Safety Project” in 2001, supporting Maternity and Child Care of poor western regions for basic medical equipment, training, allowance for local pregnant mothers’ hospitalization and birth, ambulance for emergency rescue and transport critical patients, and launching a series of promotional activities and educational programs. Up to now, this project has invested over 60 million RMB, and trained 20,000 health care personnel toward the group goals. 


The main functions of the Training & Communication Center include: 1) serve to establish Harmonious Society, organize and hold all kinds of training activities for public welfare; optimize superior social education resources; manage the educational outlets which can showcase Soong Ching Ling’s philosophies. 2) strengthen and promote the communication and contact with international friendship groups and public organizations; organize different kinds of domestic and overseas Non-governmental exchanges; extend foreign cooperation, plan and hold domestic and overseas public projects and cooperation exchanges; 3) set up public service facilities for youth culture, education, science, and health etc.; establish CSCLF training and communication base and national service network.


哈依妈妈导乐服务机构-Hayimom Doula Service Center


哈依妈妈品牌隶属于北京华熙时尚科技有限公司,是美国国际分娩教育协会(International Childbirth Education Association)和中国妇幼保健协会支持下成立的生育教育和生育支持机构 哈依妈妈致力于打造符合中国国情的全程导乐服务体系满足现代人家庭需求提升中国女性孕育期生活品质






Hayimom Doula Service Center is a subsidiary brand of Beijing Huaxi Fashion Technology Co., Ltd. It is an organization established for birth education and support through the support of the United States International Childbirth Education Association and the China Association of Maternal and Child Health. Hayimom is committed to building consistency within China‘‘s doula services system to meet the needs of modern families and enhance the quality of pregnancy for Chinese women.


For the past eight years in China, Hayimom has been promoting doula services as an extension of hospital obstetric services and has already been successfully implemented in many hospitals. The hospitals which have implemented the doula services have reported that the physician-patient relationship became more harmonious, midwives’ workload lightened, a reduction in the lengths of the births, and a rise in the rate of natural births.  The implementation of doula services for laboring women has been a win-win situation for the hospital, medical staff, clients, and community organizations.


To promote the use of appropriate methods supporting natural childbirth, the China Association for Maternal and Child Health strongly advocates the use of patient-centered services and care for pregnant mothers.  The Association and our company have imported an international full-service doula training program and certification system and high-quality doula training materials. We have successfully held two 7-day doula training sessions which certified hospital obstetric care providers and other staff from all over the nation.


Hayimom aims to standardize doula services, to develop a standard process for doula services, and establish a learning and communications platform for doulas. Haiymom’s business model has successfully resolved the problems concerning charging for services, management, and staff shortage that most hospitals face.   www.hayimom.cn








Jiaxubang means “families need help” and is a company engaged in providing care to mothers and babies from birth to three years old.  A wide range of services, high-quality baby products, training outstanding postpartum doulas, nursery teachers, and babysitters and professional acupressure breast massagers. We are committed to creating a product plus services solution to address families’ needs from pregnancy through birth, and guiding parents to develop a philosophy of scientific care for mothers and babies, to provide safe, comprehensive, and convenient help.  Jiaxubang, helping families, living better.




Special Thanks:  Our heartfelt thanks to The Bank of East Asia (China) Ltd. Beijing Branch for their great support of our public seminar by providing the venue.

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