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Mary Rheeston

Manager of Solihull Approach, Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

Using the Solihull Approach in breastfeeding support groups: Maternal perceptions

Breastfeeding is a public health priority in the UK (Public Health England, 2016) While the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends using peer support to increase both initiation and duration of...

Exploring breastfeeding peer supporters' experiences of using the Solihull Approach model

Peer support for breastfeeding mothers is defined by The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) as:

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