A woman entering employment is three times more likely to stop breastfeeding than her stay-at-home counterpart. In Breastfeeding and Employment: Making it Work, author Marsha Walker, RN, IBCLC, not only describes the problem in depth, but gives practical solutions to help employers accommodate breastfeeding women.
Mentoring Our Future is the perfect resource for anyone who wants to help others on the pathway to becoming a professional lactation specialist at any level. Clinical nurse managers, WIC coordinators, small business owners, La Leche League Leaders, doctors, dietitians, midwives, doulas, volunteers, or any breastfeeding advocate can use the guidelines in this book to create a successful mentoring program in their organization.
In The Nipple and Areola in Breastfeeding and Lactation: Anatomy, Physiology, Problems, and Solutions, Marsha Walker, RN, IBCLC, provides an in-depth resource for clinicians on the structure, function, problems, and solutions of the nipple and areola in lactation.