“The premise [of the book] is superb, the depth of analysis is clear and insightful,
and the distinctions made between ‘cookie-cutter’ approaches and true professionalism are critical, well stated, and overdue… Fabulous, wonderful, brilliant, effective approach! Wow!”
—Linda J. Smith, BSE, FACCE, IBCLC
Bright Future Lactation Resource Center
“Karin Cadwell and Cindy Turner-Maffei have created a useful tool to help us all be more effective with breastfeeding couples. They teach us to look beyond the surface symptoms, and try to find the real problem. I learned something on every page, and finished their book with a sense of pride in the work that we do. If you are looking for a book to inspire you to do your best, look no further.”
—Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, PhD, IBCLC
University of New Hampshire
“Case Studies in Breastfeeding… is a wonderful resource for cognitive learners. The complex problems presented through individual case studies will challenge even the most skilled healthcare providers.”
—Amy Spangler, RN, MN, IBCLC
President/CEO Daddy, Mommy, and Me
"This book is a page-turner. Each level has its own chapter, liberally illustrated with lively case histories that show how and why this level is essential to the process as a whole. Questions at the end of each chapter invite further exploration and discussion with colleagues."
—Elizabeth Hormann, EdM, IBCLC
Birth: Issues in Perinatal Care
"This book is easy to read, has some visual aids, and a glossary of terms for the reader unfamiliar with breastfeeding terminology. This would be an excellent book for practicing midwives. Midwifery educators could find the approach useful in developing case study-focused lesson plans."
—Jan Weingrad Smith, CNM, MS, MPH
University of Connecticut