The lesson learns of developing breastfeeding support network
Keywords:network, support, breastfeeding,
This qualitative study aimed to explore lesson learned from developing breastfeeding support network. The participants were nurses who had been workingon breastfeeding support atgovernment hospitals in Northeastern Thailand. The results showed that; 1)to be sustainable breastfeeding support network, the network required a leader and teamwork who responded immediately to breastfeeding problems.2) The obstacle to promote a sustainable breastfeeding support network were that there were limitation of knowledge and practice on supporting women to breastfeed ,noncooperation on support network among nurses, and inactive network. 3) Further recommendations for being sustainable breastfeeding support network, manpower, nursing instructions, or guidelines should be developed and healthcare system should be supported.
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