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The Effectiveness of public health interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding

The Effectiveness of public health interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding

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Published by Health Development Agency in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementLynn Protheroe ... [et al.].
SeriesEvidence briefing summary
ContributionsProtheroe, Lynn., Health Development Agency.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21689653M
ISBN 101842791877

  This statement summarizes the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommendations on counseling to promote breastfeeding, a new topic for the USPSTF.   The USPSTF commissioned a systematic evidence review to update its recommendation on primary care interventions to promote breastfeeding. 5,7 This update focused on the effectiveness of interventions to support breastfeeding on breastfeeding initiation, duration, and exclusivity. The USPSTF briefly reviewed the literature on the effects of Cited by:   In , the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended interventions during pregnancy and after birth to promote and support breastfeeding (B recommendation). 17 The recommendation was based on 2 separate systematic reviews: a review on the relationship between breastfeeding and infant and maternal health outcomes 1 and a Cited by: PEDIATRICS Volume , number 1, January e REVIEW ARTICLE Clinical Interventions to Promote Breastfeeding by Latinas: A Meta-analysis Kathryn Wouk, MS,a Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo, PhD, b,c Alison M. Stuebe, MD, MSc,a,d Charles Poole, MPH, DSc,e Jessica L. Petrick, PhD, MPH,f Kathryn M. McKenney, MD, MPHg,h CONTEXT: Breastfeeding duration and exclusivity Cited by: 8.


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The Effectiveness of public health interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding Download PDF EPUB FB2

The evidence base for effective interventions to promote the initiation and/or duration of breastfeeding was based on a comprehensive and detailed. In summary, education and support interventions to promote breastfeeding appear to improve breastfeeding The Effectiveness of public health interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding book and maintenance up to 6 months.

Educational sessions that review the benefits of breastfeeding, principles of lactation, myths, common problems, solutions, and skills training appear to have the greatest single by:   The most effective health service intervention to promote the initiation of breastfeeding is the WHO/United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI), also known in some countries as the Baby Friendly Initiative (BFI).Cited by: The effectiveness of public health interventions to promote safe and healthy milk feeding practices in babies Initiation and Duration of Breastfeeding Authors Year Country Study Design Quality Dyson SR 1++ Review Question: To evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding to women Data Sources.

It follows on from the previous Health Development Agency (HDA) review of systematic reviews of interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding (Protheroe et al., ).

This information will be of interest to pregnant women, new mothers, health and social care professionals, and lay advisers supporting women in their decision to start.

In a joint endeavour, the CTFPHC and The Effectiveness of public health interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding book US Preventive Services Task Force systematically reviewed the randomized trial evidence for the effectiveness of all counselling interventions originating in a clinician's practice (such as antepartum and postpartum support groups, education, telephone support or peer counsellors) to increase the rate of initiation or the duration of breast-feeding Cited by: Conclusions Breastfeeding counselling is an effective public health intervention to increase rates of any and exclusive breastfeeding.

This paper summarises Effective Health Care, volume 6, number 2,1 which is based on a systematic review to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to promote the initiation of breast feeding.

There was evidence from eight trials of women for improved rates of breastfeeding initiation among women who received interventions from non-healthcare professional counsellors and support groups (average RR95% CI to ; Tau² =I² = 86%, low-quality evidence) compared to women who received standard care.

Background. Breastfeeding is the normative standard for infant feeding and is beneficial to the health of both mother and infant. In developed and developing countries alike, numerous studies provide strong evidence that breastfeeding decreases the incidence and/or severity of a wide range of diseases in infants and mothers [1, 2].Thus, international and national organizations have been Cited by: effectiveness of interventions being accessible to practitioners, patients, and policy makers.

This approach is sometimes known as “evidence-based medicine.” The Cochrane Library is designed to provide information and evidence to support health care decisions and inform The Effectiveness of public health interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding book receiving care.2 Because formal evaluation of breastfeeding File Size: 1MB.

Delayed breastfeeding initiation increases risk of neonatal mortality. Pediatrics ; Lauer JA, Betran AP, Barros AJ, de Onis M. Deaths and years of life lost due to suboptimal breast-feeding among children in the developing world: a global ecological risk assessment.

Public Health Nutrition ; Objectives: To identify and describe health promotion activities intended to increase the initiation rate of evaluate the effectiveness of different types of breastfeeding.

An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of School-Based Breastfeeding Education. 3 Department of Public Health, tiveness of interventions to promote the initiation of breast.

to Support Breastfeeding Mothers and Babies. Identifies specific activities for each strategy that public health professionals can take to implement strategies in specific settings, including communities, schools, child care facilities, work sites, and the effectiveness of interventions to promote the.

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Woolridge and Sowden, {Amanda Jayne} and D. Lister-Sharp". Dyson - Dyson L, Renfrew MJ, McFadden A, et al. Policy and public health recommendations to promote the initiation and duration of breast-feeding in developed country settings.

Public Health Nutrition. ;13(1) Stuebe - Stuebe A. The risks of not breastfeeding. Non-healthcare professional-led breastfeeding education and support versus standard care There was evidence from eight trials of women for improved rates of breastfeeding initiation among women who received interventions from non-healthcare professional counsellors and support groups (average RR95% CI to ; Tau² =I².

BACKGROUND: Human breastmilk provides complete nutrition for infants and helps protect against certain childhood diseases. Despite this, rates of initiation of breastfeeding in the UK remain low relative to other countries. In 'Our healthier nation' action report, the government has highlighted the promotion of breastfeeding in order to assist improvements in health and to reduce the health.

The CTFPHC alongside the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force initiated a systematic review of the effectiveness of interventions to improve the initiation and duration of breastfeeding in The results of the review formed the basis of the CTFPHC’s updated recommendations in   This review found that breastfeeding counselling is an effective public health intervention to increase rates of any and exclusive breastfeeding up to 6 months postpartum.

Counselling interventions had a significant effect on any and exclusive breastfeeding at the two time points assessed, 4 to 6 weeks and 6 by: 1.

The York Research Database. University | A to supervisor; How to use this site; By the same authors. A systematic review to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding.

Article in Health Technol Assess. Systematic review to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to promote the initiation. Some systematic reviews on evaluating the effectiveness of breastfeeding interventions have been published. 40, 49 However, they only focus on the effect on breastfeeding initiation and child and maternal outcomes.

The significance of this review is to identify what types of breastfeeding education are more likely to effectively enhance. Systematic reviews have identified a wide range of behavioural interventions to promote the initiation and duration of breastfeeding for both term, healthy babies (1, 2, 3) and neonatal unit babies.

These demonstrate that a combination of interventions is needed to counter the complex socio-cultural and health service barriers to breastfeeding.

multifaceted interventions were effective in increasing the initiation, duration and. exclusivity of breastfeeding and that the most effective were those that were. comprised of a media campaign and/or a peer support programme combined with.

structural changes to the health service, or with health education activities. Interventions for promoting the initiation of breastfeeding 02 março In under-resourced settings, breastfeeding education during the antenatal period delivered by multipurpose health-care workers chosen from the community can help with the early initiation of breastfeeding.

The Effectiveness of Public Health Interventions to Promote the Initiation of Breastfeeding. London: Health Development Agency, Recommend this journalCited by:   Further research gaps exist in relation to the promotion of breastfeeding. Robust scientific evidence obtained by a meta-analysis would provide objectively summarized data while enabling the assessment of consistency of findings.

This review includes the first documented meta-analysis done on the effectiveness of targeting fathers for promoting breastfeeding (BF).Cited by: 9.

35% in initiation rates is estimated to be cost effective, as would be an. increase from 60% to 75%. In determining the cost and consequences of an intervention to promote.

breastfeeding, the model addresses the impact of breastfeeding initiation and. Breastfeeding has many health benefits for both the mother and infant. Breast milk contains all the nutrients an infant needs in the first six months of life.

Breastfeeding protects against diarrhoea and common childhood illnesses such as pneumonia, and may also have longer-term health benefits for the mother and child, such as reducing the risk of overweight and obesity in childhood and. Policy interventions. Breastfeeding targets have recently been set in England and Northern Ireland, but their effect is yet to be evaluated.

In Scotland, although rates increased, no health board achieved a target of 50% of babies being breast fed at six weeks by   Breastfeeding groups and peer counselling must be integrated into wider programmes Breast feeding has well known advantages for mothers and children, yet its rates are lower than recommended.

Two linked randomised controlled trials assess the effectiveness of different approaches for promoting breast feeding in the United Kingdom.1 2 Several international guidelines exist on how Cited by:   The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) to infants till 6 months of age to achieve optimum growth [].Despite this, EBF remains uncommon in most countries, even in countries with high rates of breastfeeding initiation [2, 3].In the developing world, one out of every three children is exclusively breastfed for the first six months of life, though considerable.

Increasing breastfeeding promotion programs could be an alternative target to reduce the incidence of rotavirus diarrhea. This study aims to investigate the effect of breastfeeding promotion interventions on cost-effectiveness of rotavirus immunization in Indonesia, focusing on breastfeeding education and support by: 4.

Promotion of breastfeeding initiation and duration Evidence into practice briefing July 4 Glossary 1. Initiation of breastfeeding: the mother is defined as having initiated breastfeeding if, within the first 48 hours of birth, either she puts the baby to the breast or the baby is given any of the mothers breast milk (Department of HealthFile Size: KB.

Optimizing outcomes for women in labour at the global level requires evidence-based guidance of health workers to improve care through appropriate patient selection and use of effective interventions.

The goal of the present recommendations is to consolidate the guidance for effective interventions. Public Health England’s Child Health Profiles provide a picture of child health and wellbeing for each local authority in England using 32 key health indicators (including breastfeeding initiation and rates at weeks), and enables comparison at local, regional and national levels.

By using the profiles, it is envisaged that local organisations will be able to work in partnership to plan. The Effectiveness of Primary Care-Based Interventions to Promote Breastfeeding:Systematic Evidence Review and Meta-Analysis for the US Preventive Services Task Force ABSTRACT PURPOSE We wanted to systematically review whether primary care-based inter-ventions improve initiation and duration of breastfeeding.

Background Emerging evidence and program experience indicate that engaging men in maternal and newborn health can have considerable health benefits for women and children in low- and middle-income countries. Previous reviews have identified male involvement as a promising intervention, but with a complex evidence base and limited direct evidence of effectiveness for mortality and morbidity Cited by: Dyson, Lisa Renfrew, Mary J McFadden, Alison McCormick, Felicia Herbert, Gill and Thomas, James Policy and public health recommendations to promote the initiation and duration of breast-feeding in developed country settings.

Public Health Nutrition, Vol. 13, Cited by:. The Effectiveness pdf Public Health Interventions to Promote the Initiation of Breastfeeding. NHS Health Development Agency Evidence Briefing. NHS Health Development Agency Evidence Briefing.

London: Health Development Agency, Cited by: Article in Health Technology Assessment Reports Systematic review to evaluate the effectiveness of interventions to promote the initiation of breastfeeding Research output: Contribution to specialist publication › Article. Breastfeeding is associated with reduced mortality in children ebook less than 5 years.

We ebook a systematic review and meta-analysis (registered as PROSPERO CRD) to examine the effectiveness of community-based peer support for mothers on their breastfeeding practices as compared to mothers who have not received such a by: