Early Initiate Promotion of Breastfeeding in Immediate Postnatal Care by Coaching Technique

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Puttachard Charoensirivilai

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            Breastfeeding is among the most effective ways to protect maternal and child health and promote healthy growth and optimal development in early childhood. It also enhances a strong relationship between mothers and babies. Encouraging mothers to have skin-to-skin contact and early initiation of breastfeeding in immediate postnatal by coaching technique is important. It increases the early initiation of breastfeeding and continuance of successful likelihood of exclusive breastfeeding with sufficient breast milk supply.
            This article aims to review literature related to early initiation of breastfeeding and coaching technique. This review article covers 1) ten steps to successful breastfeeding - 2018 revised version, 2) factors influencing success of breastfeeding, 3) coaching technique, and 4) early initiate promotion of breastfeeding in immediate postnatal care by coaching technique. Nurses can apply this knowledge in planning the promotion of early initiation of breastfeeding in immediate postnatal care mother by coaching technique. The guidelines will result in the success of breastfeeding leading to healthy mothers and their babies.

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