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Breastfeeding in Toronto : promoting supportive environments: technical report

著者: Linda Wood; Toronto Public Health.; et al
出版商: Toronto, Ont. : Toronto Public Health, 2010
版本/格式:   电子图书 : 文献 : 当地的政府刊物 : 英语
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类型/形式: Electronic books
材料类型: 文献, 政府刊物, 当地的政府刊物, 互联网资源
文件类型: 互联网资源, 计算机文档
所有的著者/提供者: Linda Wood; Toronto Public Health.; et al
OCLC号码: 632166150
注意: "March 2010."
描述: 1 online resource (vii, 108 p. : ill.)
内容: 1. Executive summary --
2. Introduction: 2.1 Background of the study; 2.2 Research questions. 3. Literature Review: 3.1. Health Benefits of Breastfeeding --
3.2 Factors Associated with Breastfeeding Initiation, Duration, and Exclusivity: 3.2.1. Maternal Characteristics; 3.2.2. Intrapartum experiences; 3.2.3. Hospital Policies and Practices; 3.2.4. The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI); 3.2.5. Education and support --
3.3. Mothers' Reasons for Introducing Formula or Other Fluids or Early Weaning --
3.4. Summary. 4. Methodology: 4.1. Hospital survey: 4.1.1. Study population; 4.1.2. Recruitment; 4.1.3. Survey investment; 4.1.4. Training on survey completion; 4.1.5. Data collection --
4.2. New mother survey: 4.2.1. Target Population and Sampling Frame; 4.2.2. Survey instruments; 4.2.3. Interviewer training; 4.2.4. Data collection --
4.3. Confidentiality/Storage of Surveys --
4.4. Quality Assurance, Data Entry, and Data Processing --
4.5. Data Analysis: 4.5.1. Analysis in General; 4.5.2. Rates of Breastfeeding Initiation, Duration and Exclusivity; 4.5.3. The WHO/UNICEF Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding: Hospitals' Reports; 4.5.4. The WHO/UNICEF Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding and the WHO International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes: Mothers' Reports; 4.5.5. Toronto Public Health Breastfeeding Policies and Practices: Mothers' Reports; 4.5.6. Factors Associated with Any and Exclusive Breastfeeding; 4.5.7. Reasons for Introducing Food/Fluids in Addition to Breastmilk, Not Breastfeeding, and Stopping Breastfeeding; 4.5.8. Mothers' Additional Comments Regarding their Breastfeeding Experience. 5. Results: 5.1. Participation in the New Mother Study --
5.2. Characteristics of New Mother Survey Sample --
5.3. Hospital and Intrapartum Experiences --
5.4. Infant Feeding Decision --
5.5. Breastfeeding Initiation --
5.6. Any and Exclusive Breastfeeding at Hospital Discharge, Two Weeks and Six Months Postpartum --
5.7. Any and Exclusive Breastfeeding at Hospital Discharge and Two Weeks Postpartum by Hospital of Delivery --
5.8. Hospital Breastfeeding Policies and Practices: 5.8.1. The WHO/UNICEF Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding: Hospitals' Reports; 5.8.2. The WHO/UNICEF Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding and the WHO International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes: Mothers' Reports --
5.9. Breastfeeding in the Community: 5.9.1. Community Breastfeeding Supports; 5.9.2. Toronto Public Health Breastfeeding Policies and Practices: Mothers' Reports; 5.9.3. Returning to Work or School; 5.9.4. Breastfeeding in the Presence of Family Members and Friends and in Public Locations --
5.10. Factors Associated with Any and Exclusive Breastfeeding: 5.10.1. Any Breastfeeding to Six Months Postpartum; 5.10.2 Exclusive Breastfeeding at Hospital Discharge; 5.10.3. Exclusive Breastfeeding at Two Weeks Postpartum; 5.10.4. Exclusive Breastfeeding at Six Months Postpartum --
5.11. Mothers' Reasons for Introducing Food/Fluids in Addition to Breastmilk, Not Breastfeeding, and Stopping Breastfeeding: 5.11.1 Reasons for Introducing Fluids in Addition to Breastmilk in Hospital and Between Hospital Discharge and Two Weeks Postpartum; 5.11.2. Reason for Not Breastfeeding at Hospital Discharge and Stopping Breastfeeding Between Hospital Discharge adn Two Weeks Postpartum; 5.11.3. Reasons for Introducing Food/Fluids in Addition to Breastmilk Between Two Weeks and Six Months Postpartum; 5.11.4. Reasons for Stopping Breastfeeding Between Two Weeks and Six Months Postpartum --
5.12. Mothers' Additional Comments Regarding their Breastfeeding Experience: 5.12.1 Postive Comments; 5.12.2. Negative Comments; 5.12.3. Mixed Comments; 5.12.4. Neutral Comments. 6. Discussion: 6.1. Breastfeeding Initiation --
6.2. Duration of (Any) Breastfeeding --
6.3. Duration of Exclusive Breastfeeding --
6.4. Hospital Policies and Practices --
6.5. Toronto Public Health Policies and Practices --
6.6. Breastfeeding Support --
6.7. Strengths and Limitations of the Study.
责任: Linda Wood ... [et al.].
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