Success of an Educational Intervention on Maternal/Newborn Nurses Breastfeeding Knowledge and Attitudes
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, & Neonatal Nursing, 10/13/2010Bernaix LW et al.
The self–paced, study module, which is guided by an on–site, trained staff member, may be a cost–effective strategy for improving nurses' breastfeeding knowledge and support to new breastfeeding mothers. Nurses may find this type of teaching modality to be less intimidating than a structured classroom setting, and more desirable for their busy schedules.
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