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Stakeholders’ views of the Baby Friendly Initiative implementation and impact: a mixed methods study
Stakeholders’ views of the Baby Friendly Initiative implementation and impact: a mixed methods study
The Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) was launched in 1991 as an intervention to support healthy infant feeding pra...
Implementation of shared decision-making about rooming-in: A before and after an audit of breastfeeding in Taiwan
Implementation of shared decision-making about rooming-in: A before and after an audit of breastfeeding in Taiwan
The 24-h rooming-in policy is crucial to the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) for promoting breastfeeding. However...
A survey of breastfeeding among women with previous surgery for benign breast disease: a descriptive exploratory study
A survey of breastfeeding among women with previous surgery for benign breast disease: a descriptive exploratory study
Surgery is the primary treatment for benign breast disease and causes some disruption to the normal physiology of the brea...
Comparing factors associated with overall satisfaction for different forms of remote breastfeeding support in the UK
Comparing factors associated with overall satisfaction for different forms of remote breastfeeding support in the UK
Remote forms of breastfeeding support, such as helplines and social media, offer a flexible and convenient form of support...
Development of a workplace breastfeeding support practice model in South Africa
Development of a workplace breastfeeding support practice model in South Africa
Globally, mothers have identified work as one of the main obstacles to exclusive and continued breastfeeding. The support ...
The use of prescription medications and non-prescription medications during lactation in a prospective Canadian cohort study
The use of prescription medications and non-prescription medications during lactation in a prospective Canadian cohort study
A lack of safety data on postpartum medication use presents a potential barrier to breastfeeding and may result in infant ...
Breastfeeding in primiparous women with congenital heart disease − a register study
Breastfeeding in primiparous women with congenital heart disease − a register study
The number of pregnant women with congenital heart disease (CHD) is rising, and the disease poses increased risks of cardi...
Lactation induction in a transgender woman: case report and recommendations for clinical practice
Lactation induction in a transgender woman: case report and recommendations for clinical practice
We present a case of non-puerperal induced lactation in transgender woman. Medical literature on lactation induction for t...
Understanding mother-to-child transmission of HIV among mothers engaged in HIV care in Kenya: a case report
Understanding mother-to-child transmission of HIV among mothers engaged in HIV care in Kenya: a case report
Mother-to-child transmission of HIV, which may occur in utero, during birth, or through breastmilk, is now largely prevent...
Laid-back breastfeeding: knowledge, attitudes and practices of midwives and student midwives in Ireland
Laid-back breastfeeding: knowledge, attitudes and practices of midwives and student midwives in Ireland
Despite concerted efforts by policy developers, health professionals and lay groups, breastfeeding rates in Ireland remain...
The economic value of human milk from three cohort studies in Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy
The economic value of human milk from three cohort studies in Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy
The Mothers’ Milk Tool, developed and launched by the Australian National University and Alive & Thrive in 2...
Effect of breast milk intake volume on early behavioral neurodevelopment of extremely preterm infants
Effect of breast milk intake volume on early behavioral neurodevelopment of extremely preterm infants
This study aimed to explore the effects of breast milk feeding volume on the early behavioral neurodevelopment of extremel...