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Breast Feeding Promotion

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  • 1.   Best foot forward

    The article discusses breast milk and the role Irish hospitals have to play in helping mothers to get started.

    World of Irish Nursing & Midwifery, Vol: 16 Page: 53-54 2008
    J. McCarthy

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  • 2.   Continuing education. Module 7: women's health. Part 10: breastfeeding towards optimum infant nutrition

    This article discusses women's health, breastfeeding and infant nutrition

    World of Irish Nursing, Vol: 9 Page: 30-31 2001
    N. Clarke

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  • 3.   Helping hands

    This article discusses how advice from nurses and midwives, as well as a better support network, will improve breastfeeding rates

    World of Irish Nursing & Midwifery, Vol: 15 Page: 27-27 2007
    P. Gleeson

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  • 4.   Natural benefits

    This article reviews the reasons for the low initiation rates of breastfeeding among Irish women

    World of Irish Nursing & Midwifery, Vol: 15 Page: 18-19 2007
    C. O'Donnell; R. O'Connell

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  • 5.   Ontological perspectives of breastfeeding

    This article discusses the ontological perspectives of breastfeeding

    British Journal of Midwifery, Vol: 15 Page: 779-783 2007
    R. Spencer

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