Prenatal breastfeeding intervention program to increase breastfeeding duration among low income women

@inproceedings{Hatamleh2013PrenatalBI,
  title={Prenatal breastfeeding intervention program to increase breastfeeding duration among low income women},
  author={Wajed Hatamleh},
  year={2013}
}
  • Wajed Hatamleh
  • Published 2013
Extensive research confirms the nutritional, economic, biomedical, immunological, and psychological advantages of breast milk. Despite the clear benefits of breastfeeding to mother and infant, breastfeeding rates today continue to remain below the recommended levels in the United States, most notably among low-income mothers. One factor that plays a role in breastfeeding success and may be modifiable by nursing intervention is maternal self-efficacy. This study aimed to increase the breast… CONTINUE READING
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