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A systematic review of promoting and support successful breastfeeding

Author: AYU PRAMBANDARI, MUFDLILAH
Abstract: One of the factors that influence children's growth and development is nutritional factors. The best-recommended way to feed babies is mother's milk. The aim is to increase promotion and support for breastfeeding for the success of exclusive breastfeeding. This research is a systematic review using PubMed and Science Direct database 2008 to 2018. Literature was selected using a framework based on inclusion and exclusion criteria. The finding shows the need to instill a professional attitude in order to facilitate the promotion of breastfeeding. However, the benefits of breastfeeding support have not been able to increase the success rate of exclusive breastfeeding. Establishing a nursing room at work is essential as a form of priority for nursing mothers who work. The government and private institutions implement efforts to create a work environment that supports mothers in choosing and providing the best nutrition for their babies. Nutritionists around the world highly recommend exclusive breastfeeding. The success of one is by providing support by health and non-health professionals. Health promotion programs can be applied creatively and actively in health promotion strategies.
Keyword: breastfeeding, exclusive breastfeeding, promotion, support, health.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.061
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