2004, English, Thesis edition: The infant feeding experiences of mothers in Maldives / by Raheema Abdulraheem. Abdulraheem, Raheema.

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Physical Description
  • 126 leaves ; 31 cm.
Published
  • 2004.
Language
  • English

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Title
  • The infant feeding experiences of mothers in Maldives /‚Äč by Raheema Abdulraheem.
Author
  • Abdulraheem, Raheema.
Other Authors
  • Curtin University of Technology. School of Public Health.
Published
  • 2004.
Physical Description
  • 126 leaves ; 31 cm.
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Summary
  • The aim of this project is to explore the breastfeeding practices of Maldivian mothers and their opinions about the benefits of breastfeeding. The objectives of the study are: 1. To document the breastfeeding initiation and duration rates among Maldivian mothers, using a retrospective questionnaire. 2. To document complementary feeding initiation and patterns of use during the first twelve months after the birth. 3. To identify factors that encourage mothers to commence and maintain breastfeeding. 4. To identify factors which discourage mothers from commencing and maintaining breastfeeding. 5. To identify and describe women's breastfeeding experiences. 6. To document opinions on the social context of breastfeeding.
Notes
  • At head of title: School of Public Health.
  • Thesis (M.P.H.)--Curtin University of Technology.
Language
  • English
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