Assessing the validity of measures of an instrument designed to measure employees' perceptions of workplace breastfeeding support.

@article{Greene2008AssessingTV,
  title={Assessing the validity of measures of an instrument designed to measure employees' perceptions of workplace breastfeeding support.},
  author={Sally W Greene and Edward W. Wolfe and Beth H Olson},
  journal={Breastfeeding medicine : the official journal of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine},
  year={2008},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={
          159-63
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Breastfeeding rates among working mothers are lower than among mothers who are not employed. An ecological framework suggests that health behaviors, such as breastfeeding, are influenced by intrapersonal and environmental factors. There is no existing instrument to measure women's perception of the workplace environment in providing breastfeeding support. The objective of this study was to pilot an instrument measuring perceptions of the work climate for breastfeeding support among… CONTINUE READING
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