Wednesday, July 30, 2014  
AAPNJ
New Jersey Chapter
American Academy of Pediatrics
3836 Quakerbridge Road
Suite 108
Hamilton, NJ 08619

Phone: 609-842-0014
Fax: 609-842-0015

Elliot Rubin, MD, FAAP
Chapter President

Fran Gallagher, MEd
Executive Director
fgallagher@aapnj.org

Harriet Lazarus, MBA
Deputy Director
hlazarus@aapnj.org

Bert Mulder
Director, Membership & Events
bmulder@aapnj.org

Program Contacts
Harriet Lazarus, MBA
Deputy Director
hlazarus@aapnj.org

Lori Feldman-Winter, MD
Medical Champion

Phone - 609-842-0014
Fax- 609-842-0015
         609-588-9988

Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative
Teaming Up to Shape Our Region: A Pathway to Baby-Friendly

Bringing Baby-Friendly to New Jersey: A Year of Change
The Critical Role of Hospitals in Supporting Breastfeeding
Connecticut's Pathway to Baby-Friendly
New York's Pathway to Baby-Friendly
Pennsylvania's Pathway to Baby-Friendly
Focus on the Delivery Room
Focus on the NICU
Social Norms 
NJBFHI Evaluation Results

Congratulations to NJ's Baby Friendly Designated Hospitals
Inspira Medical Center Elmer
Capital Health-Hopewell
Jersey Shore University Medical Center
CentraState Medical Center

Baby-Friendly Resources


BEST for New Jersey: Breastfeeding Education Support, & Training [Webinar / Presentation Slides]
Breastfeeding FAQ  A Guide for Physicians
Breastfeeding Resources
Hospital Support for Breastfeeding - CDC VitalSigns
Joint Commission Perinatal Care Measures
RFA Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative
ShapingNJ 
Speak Up! Breastfeeding - English
Speak Up! Breastfeeding - Spanish
Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding
Vital Signs: Hospital Practices to Support Breastfeeding — United States, 2007 and 2009 - MMWR
ZipMilk.org - a site that provides listings for breastfeeding resources sorted by ZIP Code

Healthy New Jersey 2020 Objectives and the Leading Health Indicators are now available on-line at healthy.nj.gov.

The information on the website is useful for public health planning, public health assessment, grant applications, program planning or evaluation, and tracking public health data; for students of public health, epidemiology, and nursing; and for developing community health improvement plans.

For those interested in breastfeeding, these objectives are listed with Maternal and Child Health.