Dr. Jack Newman
- Faculty, two week workshop, Breastfeeding: Teaching the Teachers. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. August 1-11, 1989
- Referee, Ontario Ministry of Health research programmes. 1989-present
- Established Breastfeeding Clinic, Doctors Hospital, Child Health Unit, January 1990
- Consultant for UNICEF. External Assessor for Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative February 10-16, 1992, Gabon, Africa February 17-22, 1992, Ivory Coast, Africa
- Liaison visit. INFACT Canada-Proyecto Lactancia Materna, Universidad Nacional Autónima de Nicaragua. Managua Nicaragua. July 25-30 1992
- Consultant for UNICEF to the two week training course for
health professionals on breastfeeding and the baby friendly
- Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. November 16-28, 1992.
- Bangui, Central African Republic. November 26 December 11, 1993 (training team leader)
- Tunis, Tunisia. June 19-June 30, 1995
- Examination committee, International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners, Inc. Alexandria, Virginia. February 3-6, 1994
- Working Group to develop position statement on breastfeeding for the Ontario Hospital Association (published March 1994)
- Established breastfeeding clinic, St. Michael’s Hospital, Women’s Health Care Centre, December 1994
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