The Lactation Consultant in Private Practice: The ABCs of Getting Started

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2002 - Medical - 361 pages
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Fifteen lactation consultants in private practice describe how to become a lactaction consultant, tell what private practice looks like, and give specific tips for operating a practice.
Contains sample professional documents, clinical forms and hando
 

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Contents

Role Clarification
10
Pitfalls Related to Attitudes
26
You Wont Get Rich as a Lactation Consultant
33
PARTB
53
YOur Mission Statement
59
Legal Considerations
67
Sales Taxes and Transaction Privileges
73
If You Work Alone Are You an Employer?
79
The Lactation Consult
195
Closure
201
Pitfalls Related to Clinical Issues
207
Professional Responsibilities Revisited
214
Keep UptoDate Through Continuing Education
222
other Aspects of PPLC Work
227
Appendix A Professional Documents
259
Appendix B Educational Resources
283

Are You Ready?
85
Bookkeeping and Accounting
92
Taxes and Licenses Including Sales Tax
98
Summary
106
What Can an Employee Do for You?
112
Debi Page Ferrarello
157
PARTC
183
Clinical Forms and Handouts
315
Sample Reports to Physicians
328
Appendix E Sources for Supplies and Equipment
340
Index
347
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Director, Bright Future Lactation Resource Centre, Dayton, Ohio

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