Article thumbnail

Complexities and subtleties in the measurement and reporting of breastfeeding practices

By Debra J Hector
Topics: Debate
Publisher: BioMed Central
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3120747
Provided by: PubMed Central

To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please submit an Update/Correction/Removal Request.

Suggested articles

Citations

  1. (2010). A call for clarity in infant breast and bottle-feeding definitions for research.
  2. (2011). A Western Australian survey of breastfeeding initiation, prevalence and early cessation patterns.
  3. (2005). A: Infant Feeding Survey
  4. (2009). Agampodi TC, de Silva A: Exclusive breastfeeding in Sri Lanka: problems of interpretation of reported rates.
  5. (2000). Amir LH: Rates of breastfeeding in Australia by State and socioeconomic status: evidence for the 1995 National Health Survey. J Paediatr Child Health
  6. (2006). And not a drop to drink’ - why water is harmful for newborns. Breastfeed Rev
  7. (2010). Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy: Infant Feeding Advice ASCIA;
  8. (2003). Bjørneboe G-E: Infant feeding practices and associated factors in the first six months of life: The Norwegian Infant Nutrition Survey. Acta Paediatr
  9. (2010). Breast- v. formula feeding: impacts on the digestive tract and immediate and long-term health effects. Nutr Res Rev
  10. (2006). Breastfeeding Committee for Canada: Breastfeeding definitions and data collection periods The National Authority for the WHO/UNICEF Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative in Canada;
  11. (2007). Breastfeeding in New South Wales: Population Health Survey 2002-2004
  12. (2009). Breastfeeding rates and hospital breastfeeding practices in Canada: a national survey of women. Birth
  13. (2011). Breastfeeding rates differ significantly by method used: a cause for concern in public health measurement. Breastfeed Med
  14. (2003). Coovadia HM: Maternal recall of exclusive breastfeeding duration. Arch Dis Child
  15. (2004). de Onís Barros AJD: Breastfeeding patterns and exposure to suboptimal breastfeeding among children in developing countries: review and analysis of nationally representative surveys. BMC Med
  16. (2009). Defining exclusive breastfeeding in Australia.
  17. (2010). Epidemiology and Research: 2007-2008 Report on Child Health from the NSW South Wales Population Health Survey Sydney: NSW Department of Health;
  18. (2009). Hospital practices and women’s likelihood of fulfilling their intention to exclusively breastfeed.
  19. (2000). How exclusive is exclusive breastfeeding? A comparison of data since birth with current status data.
  20. (2003). Infant and child nutrition in
  21. (2009). Is 6 months still the best for exclusive breastfeeding and introduction of solids? A literature review with consideration to the risk of the development of allergies. Breastfeed Rev
  22. (1990). Krasovec K: Toward consistency in breastfeeding definitions. Stud Fam Plann
  23. (2010). LJ: 2006-07 north metropolitan Perth breastfeeding cohort study: how long are mothers breastfeeding? Breastfeed Rev
  24. (2007). Matsaniotis N: Does exclusive breastfeeding increase after hospital discharge? A Greek study.
  25. (2007). New and updated indicators for assessing Young Child and Infant Feeding Practices. Part 1: Definitions. World Health Organization;, Conclusions of a consensus meeting held
  26. (2009). Oddy WH: Predictors of the early introduction of solid foods in infants: results of a cohort study. BMC Pediatr
  27. (1991). Organization: Indicators for Assessing Breastfeeding Practices: Reprinted report of an informal meeting,
  28. (2010). Pérez-Escamilla R: US national breastfeeding monitoring and surveillance: current status and recommendations.
  29. (2006). PJ: Transitions in breastfeeding: Daily parent diaries provide evidence of behaviour over time. J Hum Lact
  30. (2006). Recall of age of weaning and other breastfeeding variables.
  31. (2003). Research Council: Dietary guidelines for children and adolescents in Australia incorporating the infant feeding guidelines for healthy eating Canberra: NHMRC;
  32. (2008). Rioux FM: Effect of a prenatal nutritional intervention program on initiation and duration of breastfeeding.
  33. (2008). The importance of early complementary feeding in the development of oral tolerance: concerns and controversies. Pediatr Allergy Immunol
  34. (2001). Towards a national system for monitoring breastfeeding in Australia: recommendations for population indicators, definitions and next steps Woden ACT: Australian Food and Nutrition Monitoring Unit;
  35. (2007). Tylleskar T: Low adherence to exclusive breastfeeding in Eastern Uganda: A community-based cross-sectional study comparing dietary recall since birth with 24-hour recall. BMC Pediatr
  36. (2007). Understanding breastfeeding behaviour: rates and shifts in patterns in Quebec. J Hum Lact
  37. (2009). Which mothers wean their babies prematurely from full breastfeeding? An Australian cohort study. Acta Paediatr