Breastfeeding - Resources
Antidepressant Medication Chart
This medication chart is intended for clinicians who provide primary care to pregnant and postpartum women. It is helpful in identifying which medications are safe for breastfeeding mothers.
Breastfeeding FAQs for parents and consumers.
Caring for the Late Preterm Infant
Late preterm infants require special care and have special feeding needs. This order set and care plan are intended to facilitate implementation of evidence-based practices for caring for hospitalized infants born between 34 0/7 weeks and 36 6/7 weeks.
Community Provider Support of Growth in Premature Infants
Growth is a marker of well being for infants. Many providers interact with parents of infants born preterm around issues related to growth. Both want to know how best to support feeding and nutrition.
Neonatal Nutrition Discharge Plan (Available as a printable PDF or fill-a-form version)
This plan was developed to assist in the transition from the hospital to the community for infants in the neonatal intensive care unit with special nutritional needs.
Did you know?
Breastfeeding can save parents over $1,500 in an infant’s first year of life.
Exclusive breastfeeding immediately after birth decreases the infant’s risk of developing childhood diabetes.