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A qualitative examination of barriers against effective medical education and practices related to breastfeeding promotion and support in Lebanon.

Sara Moukarzel, Christoforos Mamas, Antoine Farhat, Antoine Abi Abboud, Alan J Daly,

Background: Insufficient breastfeeding promotion and support by physicians contribute to suboptimal breastfeeding rates globally. Understanding setting-specific barriers against breastfeeding promotion and support from the perspective of medical students and addressing those that can be modified through undergraduate medical education may help improve learning outcomes, medical practice, and ultimately health outcomes ... Read more >>

Med Educ Online (Medical education online)
[2020, 25(1):1723950]

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Examining coverage, content, and impact of maternal nutrition interventions: the case for quality-adjusted coverage measurement.

Naima T Joseph, Ellen Piwoz, Dennis Lee, Address Malata, Hannah H Leslie, ,

Background:Reductions in neonatal mortality remain stagnant, despite gains in health care access and utilization. Nutrition interventions during antenatal care (ANC) and in the immediate postpartum period are associated with improved neonatal outcomes. Adjusting coverage estimates for the quality of care provided yields greater insight into health system performance and potential ... Read more >>

J Glob Health (Journal of global health)
[2020, 10(1):010501]

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The Effect of prenatal counseling on breastfeeding self-efficacy and frequency of breastfeeding problems in Mothers with Previous Unsuccessful Breastfeeding: A randomized controlled clinical trial

shiva havizari, fahimeh shafaei, mojgan mirghafourvand,

<title>Abstract</title> <p> Abstract Background: Breastfeeding is one of the most important interfering factors in infants’ health. Monitoring mothers’ performance and providing them with the feedback helps to increase their self-efficacy, interest in learning, and level of performance. The present research evaluates the effect of prenatal counseling on the ... Read more >>

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Late Initiation Of Breastfeeding Is A Risk Factor For Early Interruption Of Exclusive Breast Feeding A Case -control Study At Dollo Ado Refuge Camp, Somali Region, Ethiopia.

Dawit Gebeyehu, Desta Haftu,

<title>Abstract</title> <p> Background: Globally , nearly three fourth of infants less than-six was not exclusively-brestfeed. While in Ethiopia, the proportion was only slightly above half. In refugee, setting life is not stable, due to lack of infrastructure and adequate health care service mother and infant face many health ... Read more >>

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The Effect of Mobile Instant Messaging versus Face-to-Face Counseling on the Primiparous Mothers’ Breastfeeding Self-efficacy: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Ali Safarpour, Manoosh Mehrabi, Shoale Zarei, Leila Bazrafkan,

<title>Abstract</title> <p> Background Increasing breastfeeding rates around the world is one of the most important goals of the World Health Organization. Self-efficacy is a modifying and predictive factor for initiation and continuation of breastfeeding. This study was conducted to investigate the impact of mobile-based education and regular delivery ... Read more >>

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Mobile phone support to sustain exclusive breastfeeding in the community after hospital delivery and counseling: a quasi-experimental study.

Iftia Jerin, Monira Akter, Khurshid Talukder, Muhammad Qudrat E Khuda Talukder, Mohammad Abdur Rahman,

BACKGROUND:Rapid increases in hospital and cesarean deliveries threaten an already falling exclusive breastfeeding rate (EBR) in Bangladesh. There is neither a sustained Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) nor any community support for breastfeeding mothers. Our aim was to find out whether breastfeeding support after hospital delivery and subsequently by mobile phone ... Read more >>

Int Breastfeed J (International breastfeeding journal)
[2020, 15(1):14]

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The relationship between the frequency of breastfeeding counseling with the adequacy of breastfeeding to the newborn babies.

Rika Asmiraha, Ema Alasiry, Werna Nontji,

OBJECTIVE:The aim of the research was to determine the relationship between the freuency of breastfeeding counseling with breastfeeding sufficiency of newborn babies of three days postpartum. METHODS:This research was quasi experimental design. There were 80 primipara divided into 4 groups, each group consist of 20 samples given counseling for one ... Read more >>

Enferm Clin (Enfermeria clinica)
[2020, 30 Suppl 2:186-189]

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Prevalence of ineffective breastfeeding technique and associated factors among lactating mothers attending public health facilities of South Ari district, Southern Ethiopia.

Gizachew Yilak, Woiynshet Gebretsadik, Hiwot Tadesse, Megbaru Debalkie, Agegnehu Bante,

INTRODUCTION:Improper positioning, attachment, and suckling are constructs for ineffective breastfeeding technique (IBT). IBT results in inadequate intake of breast milk, which leads to poor weight gain, stunting, and declines immunity. Besides, IBT increases the risk of postpartum breast problems. Despite its impact on maternal and child health, breastfeeding technique is ... Read more >>

PLoS ONE (PloS one)
[2020, 15(2):e0228863]

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Three-fourth of children is received early initiation of Breastfeeding in West Belessa District

Aysheshim Belew, Desalew Ayalew, Belayneh Kassie, Melkamu Hunegnaw, Kassahun Alemu,

<title>Abstract</title> <p> Background : The world is now suffering from malnutrition and remains one of the major causes of under-five mortality. Children from developing countries, including Ethiopia also suffer from undernutrition due to suboptimal breastfeeding practice. Hence, the study aims were to assess early initiation of breastfeeding among ... Read more >>

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Exercise-Based and Associated Factors Breastfeeding on HIV-Infected Mothers for Children Age 1-24 Months in Central Zone, Tigray, North Ethiopia, 2019.

Teferi Gebremeskel, Hamelmal Embaye,

<title>Abstract</title> <p> <bold>Background:</bold> Breastfeeding exposed to HIV is a major factor in the spread of HIV, but breastfeeding alone poses a significant risk to the baby's health because breastfeeding can reduce the impact of many infections and support some chronic diseases. Therefore, this study was aimed to assess ... Read more >>

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A Linked Community and Health Facility Intervention to Improve Newborn Health in Cambodia: the NICCI Stepped-Wedge Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial.

Chivorn Var, Richard A Oberhelman, Tian Shu, Supheap Leang, Ryan Duggal, Jennifer Le, Alessandra N Bazzano,

BACKGROUND:Newborn mortality in Cambodia remains high, with sepsis and complications of delayed care-seeking important contributing factors. Intervention study objectives were to improve infection control behavior by staff in health centers; improve referral of sick newborns; increase recognition of danger signs, and prompt care-seeking at an appropriate health facility; and appropriate ... Read more >>

Int J Environ Res Public Health (International journal of environmental research and public health)
[2020, 17(5):]

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Coronavirus Pandemic and Worries during Pregnancy; a Letter to Editor.

Farzaneh Rashidi Fakari, Masoumeh Simbar,

Arch Acad Emerg Med (Archives of academic emergency medicine)
[2020, 8(1):e21]

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Effectiveness of a culturally appropriate nutrition educational intervention delivered through health services to improve growth and complementary feeding of infants: A quasi-experimental study from Chandigarh, India.

Nikita Sharma, Madhu Gupta, Arun Kumar Aggarwal, Mutyalamma Gorle,

BACKGROUND:Malnutrition is a major public health problem in India, especially among urban poor children. The objective of the study was to determine the effectiveness of a culturally appropriate nutrition educational intervention that can be delivered through health services and digitized child undernutrition tracking module for health workers to improve complementary ... Read more >>

PLoS ONE (PloS one)
[2020, 15(3):e0229755]

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Preventive health counselling during antenatal care using the pregnancy risk assessment monitoring system (PRAMS) in Ireland.

Marion Murphy, Sheena McHugh, Linda M O'Keeffe, Richard A Greene, Paul Corcoran, Patricia M Kearney,

BACKGROUND:Maternal behaviours during pregnancy have short- and long-term consequences for maternal and infant health. Pregnancy is an ideal opportunity to encourage positive behaviour change. Despite this, limited information exists about the nature and content of lifestyle advice provided by healthcare professionals during antenatal care. Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) ... Read more >>

BMC Pregnancy Childbirth (BMC pregnancy and childbirth)
[2020, 20(1):98]

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The effect of peer counseling on breastfeeding behavior of primiparous mothers: A randomized controlled field trial.

Nasimeh Azimi, Ahmad Nasiri,

OBJECTIVE:To assess the impact of peer counseling on breastfeeding behavior of primiparous mothers. DESIGN AND SAMPLE:A randomized controlled field trial was conducted with 80 mother-child pairs, who referred to health centers in 2018. The samples were recruited via convenience sampling method and were randomly assigned into experimental and control groups. ... Read more >>

Public Health Nurs (Public health nursing (Boston, Mass.))
[2020, :]

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Medication Use During Lactation: Either a Potential Contributor to Premature Weaning or Evidence-based Support of the Mother/Child Couplet.

Lauren Hanley,

It is well established that breastfeeding improves the health of women, children, and populations. According to the 2018 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Report Card, 83% of women initiated breastfeeding, but only 58% maintained breastfeeding at the 6-month mark, and 36% continued to 12 months. Reasons for cessation of ... Read more >>

Clin Ther (Clinical therapeutics)
[2020, :]

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Breastfeeding peer counselling for mothers of preterm neonates: protocol of a stepped-wedge cluster randomised controlled trial.

Sophie Laborie, Angelique Denis, Antje Horsch, Pauline Occelli, Jennifer Margier, Mathilde Morisod Harari, Olivier Claris, Sandrine Touzet, Celine Julie Fischer Fumeaux,

INTRODUCTION:Among preterm infants, mother's own milk feeding reduces neonatal morbidity and decreases the length of hospital stay. However, breastfeeding rates and duration are lower than among term infants. It is reported that peer counselling is effective in increasing breast feeding in term infants in low-income and middle-income countries, but results ... Read more >>

BMJ Open (BMJ open)
[2020, 10(1):e032910]

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Promoting Health Care for Pregnant Women in Prison: A Review of International Guidelines.

Somayeh Alirezaei, Robab Latifnejad Roudsari,

Background:There are standard guidelines for the provision of health care for pregnant women in prisons. There is no single guide to meet all the specific needs of imprisoned women. In this study, the related international guidelines were reviewed to reveal the existing gaps. Materials and Methods:In this narrative review, studies ... Read more >>

Iran J Nurs Midwifery Res (Iranian journal of nursing and midwifery research)
[2020, 25(2):91-101]

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Exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life and its associated factors among children age 6-24 months in Burao district, Somaliland.

Abdiasis Jama, Hailay Gebreyesus, Tewolde Wubayehu, Tsigehana Gebregyorgis, Mebrahtu Teweldemedhin, Tesfay Berhe, Negasi Berhe,

BACKGROUND:Adequate nutrition during early childhood ensures growth and development of children and breast milk is better than any other products given to a child. However, studies on exclusive breastfeeding practice are limited in Somaliland. Therefore, this study was aimed to assess exclusive breastfeeding for the first 6 months of life ... Read more >>

Int Breastfeed J (International breastfeeding journal)
[2020, 15(1):5]

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Appropriate Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices in an Emergency for Non-Breastfed Infants Under Six Months: The Rohingya Experience.

Alice Burrell, Anne M Kueter, Sujan Ariful, Habibur Rahaman, Alessandro Iellamo, Golam Mothabbir,

BACKGROUND:Since 25 August, 2017 over 693,000 Rohingya have been forced from Myanmar due to mass violence, seeking refuge in neighboring Bangladesh. Nutritional surveys during 2017 revealed worrying levels of malnutrition and poor infant feeding practices, including high numbers of infants not exclusively breastfeeding. Infants under 6 months who are not ... Read more >>

J Hum Lact (Journal of human lactation : official journal of International Lactation Consultant Association)
[2020, :890334420906838]

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Knowledge, Attitude, and Associated Factors towards Colostrum Feeding among Antenatal Care Attendant Mothers in Gununo Health Centre, Wolaita Zone, Ethiopia 2019: Cross-Sectional Study.

Addisu Yeshambel Wassie, Natnael Atnafu Gebeyehu, Kelemu Abebe Gelaw,

Background:The role of colostrum in promoting the growth and development of the newborn as well as fighting infections is widely acknowledged. In Ethiopia, there are differences in cultures in the acceptability of colostrum and the prevalence of colostrum feeding. Although breastfeeding is a common practice in Ethiopia, there is a ... Read more >>

Int J Pediatr (International Journal of Pediatrics)
[2020, 2020:3453502]

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Essential newborn care utilization and associated factors in Ethiopia: a systematic review and meta-analysis.

Yoseph Alamneh, Fentahun Adane, Tadesse Yirga, Melaku Desta,

BACKGROUND:Globally, newborn death accounted for 46% of under-five deaths and more than 80% of newborn deaths are the result of preventable and treatable conditions. Findings on the prevalence and associated factors of essential newborn care utilization are highly variable and inconsistent across Ethiopia. Therefore, this systematic review and meta-analysis aimed ... Read more >>

BMC Pregnancy Childbirth (BMC pregnancy and childbirth)
[2020, 20(1):124]

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Effectiveness of a new approach for exclusive breastfeeding counselling on breastfeeding prevalence, infant growth velocity and postpartum weight loss in overweight or obese women: protocol for a randomized controlled trial.

Fanny Aldana-Parra, Gilma Olaya, Mary Fewtrell,

Background:Maternal overweight, infant feeding and early growth velocity are risk factors for obesity later in life. The first one thousand days are a window of opportunity to program health and disease. Exclusive breastfeeding may protect against obesity; however, it is not consistently practiced. Obesity rates have been increasing worldwide. Overweight ... Read more >>

Int Breastfeed J (International breastfeeding journal)
[2020, 15:2]

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Measuring retention in care for HIV-positive pregnant women in Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) option B+ programs: the Mozambique experience.

Laurence Ahoua, Shino Arikawa, Thierry Tiendrebeogo, Maria Lahuerta, Dario Aly, Renaud Becquet, Francois Dabis,

BACKGROUND:Failure to retain HIV-positive pregnant women on antiretroviral therapy (ART) leads to increased mortality for the mother and her child. This study evaluated different retention measures for women's engagement along the continuum of care for prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) option B+ services in Mozambique. METHODS:We compared 'point' retention (patient's ... Read more >>

BMC Public Health (BMC public health)
[2020, 20(1):322]

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Strengthening counseling on barriers to exclusive breastfeeding through use of job aids in Nampula, Mozambique.

Justine A Kavle, Melanie Picolo, Gabriela Buccini, Iracema Barros, Chloe H Dillaway, Rafael Pérez-Escamilla,

INTRODUCTION:While the Government of Mozambique has galvanized action around exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) as a national priority, only 43% of Mozambican children under six months of age are exclusively breastfed. In the absence of skilled lactation support, challenges mothers experience with breastfeeding may inhibit initiation, exclusivity and duration. There is insufficient ... Read more >>

PLoS ONE (PloS one)
[2019, 14(12):e0224939]

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