Manila Workshops, together with Best For Families, Inc, Unilab and Stemcord Philippines, Inc. present another milestone First Time Parents workshop entitled A Child Is Born: A Breastfeeding And Newborn Care Workshop. This session takes place on September 27, 2014, 1:00PM to 5:00PM at #29 1st St., New Manila Quezon City.
Join this workshop and learn the basics on baby milestones, newborn baby care and breastfeeding from two distinguished speakers, Dr. Milette P. Romero and Ms. Joyce Martinez.
Dr. Milette P. Romero is a practicing pediatrician who graduated from the UST College of Medicine. She trained in Pediatrics at the Department of Pediatrics, East Avenue Medical Center, Diliman, Quezon City, and was awarded the Most Outstanding Resident of the North Integrated Residency Training Program during her Senior Year of Residency Training. She was also named Assistant Chief Resident of the Department of Pediatrics at the East Avenue Medical Center during her final year of training. She presently holds clinics at the MediCard Ortigas Clinic, at Express Medical Center in Robinson’s Galleria, and her personal clinic in Makati. Soon, she will be opening another clinic at the Medical Arts Tower in The Medical City, Ortigas. A doting godparent to her sister’s children, she possesses a natural love for children, which is what inspired her to pursue a career in the field of Pediatrics.
Ms. Joyce Martinez is a certified lactation counselor, and is the in-house lactation counselor of Medela Moms. She is a registered nurse who also served as a Lactation Manager at St. Lukes Medical Center, Global City. She earned her Nursing Degree from the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila, and followed up with a Master of Science in Nursing Degree at UERMMMC Graduate School. She also conducts presentations and academic talks on the ABC’s of Lactation Management for Nurses, as well as Breastfeeding Classes for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Mothers. A breastfeeding advocate, she provides lactation coaching and counseling, not just for breastfeeding and pregnant mothers, but also for their families, while actively organizing and promoting national breastfeeding campaigns.
Individual Rate: Php 300
Couple’s Rate: Php 500
Sign up using the form below to reserve your slot for this workshop.
A Child Is Born: A Breastfeeding And Newborn Care Workshop is supported by St. Patrick, Mommy Treats, Cradle, Cycles, Cycles Sensitive, Indigo Baby, Elin.ph and Chubby Toes.
....pasaway pa ang mga papampam sa multiply... i wish lang alam nya pinagsasabi nya.. OO panget ang takes ko.. OO panget ang Post Processing ko..
....am a phographer by heart.. what i took is nice for my eyes.. i love it..kahit pa sa tingin ng iba eh di mabuti...
...i post photos here unang una to stock..then to share.. and the last to have some critics within my contacts..networks..or friends...
...honestly, i got pissed and my pressur went up when i read one of the comment..what really got me mad was the fact that the comment was not even connected to photography, to the technicalities of the post processing.. it's not even dark that it can be considered gross...
...Jose told me,na sana me variation yung isang album ko, regarding the model's poses.. oo, at one point mali ako dun.. kasi parang same position lang.. yung mga ganung comment sana ang inaasahan ko... hindi yung ewan...
...ryan also commented about my lighting... hahaha pasaway ako eh.. ay…
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