Against all odds: A retrospective study of women who succeeded at breastfeeding despite extraordinary difficulties

Hegney, Desley, Fallon, Tony, Crepinsek, Maree, O'Brien, Maxine and Doolan, Jackie Against all odds: A retrospective study of women who succeeded at breastfeeding despite extraordinary difficulties. Toowoomba: Centre for Rural and Remote Health, University of Southern Queensland, 2005.


Author Hegney, Desley
Fallon, Tony
Crepinsek, Maree
O'Brien, Maxine
Doolan, Jackie
Title Against all odds: A retrospective study of women who succeeded at breastfeeding despite extraordinary difficulties
Place of Publication Toowoomba
Publisher Centre for Rural and Remote Health, University of Southern Queensland
Publication year 2005
Sub-type Other
ISBN 0 909756 83 X
Start page 1
End page 87
Total number of pages 87
Subjects 111704 Community Child Health
Abstract/Summary A primarily qualitative approach to this exploratory study was employed to investigate what qualities/characteristics each group possessed in making their decision to breastfeed or not.
Keyword breastfeeding
infant feeding
breastfeeding difficulties
Q-Index Code AX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code

 
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