Welcome to Core Module 2 "Breastfeeding"
Here you find an overview of the module on "Breastfeeding", its structure and units, learning aims and information on how to get your CME credits.
Whether an infant is breastfed or not is important for short- and long-term health in childhood. Breastfeeding in the first half year of life is clearly the best choice for children's nourishment and well-being. Therefore, this module focuses on breastfeeding, subdivided into three units in order to provide the user with comprehensive up-to-date information on breastfeeding issues.
Breastfeeding and COVID-19: Please find here the up-to-date resources on breastfeeding and Covid-19 from The International Society for Research in Human Milk and Lactation.
Click on the picture below for an introductory video from Prof. Berthold Koletzko, Project EarlyNutrition Coordinator and ENA Managing Director at the LMU Munich Medical Center.
Structure, Content and Learning Aims of this ModuleThe module "Breastfeeding" contains three separate units which can be worked through in your preferred order. For each unit, you will have the opportunity to request CME credits upon successful completion of a multiple choice test at the end.
Every unit consists of a self-assessment test at the beginning, different lessons and a CME test at the end. During the course of the module, the learner will benefit from a number of learning tools, including self-assessment tests, graphics, expert videos, a discussion forum and an online case-based training.
To make better use of the teaching material and consequently a better learning experience overall, we suggest that the learner first should go through the units, follow by the case-based training and only after that she or he should attempt the CME tests.
CME Certificate of Completion
Please Note: Starting September 1, 2020, all CME Certificates of Completion will be available for purchase for 5,00 € (excl. VAT) per 1 European CME credit to health care professionals in all EU countries only. The ENeA Global platform and modules will remain available to all non-EU health care professionals, but no CME Certificate of Completion will be available for purchase or download.
The CME test will only be available once all elements in each unit are marked complete. To receive your CME Certificate of Completion, you have to successfully pass the CME multiple-choice test and complete the payment process.
European CME Accreditation:
This module has been accredited by the UEMS with 6 credits.
This module has been accredited by the German Medical Association with 9 credits.
How to get started
Click the button below to start with Unit 1
OR choose another Unit from the list below