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Mekar Dwi Anggraeni

Lecturer, Nursing Department, Faculty of Health Sciences, Jenderal Soedirman University, Indonesia

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Postpartum depression: combining a mobile application with recititations from the Holy Quran in Indonesia

A randomised controlled trial using a pre-post-test time series was conducted between June and December 2020 in four working areas of the Banyumas District Public Health Centre, Central Java Province,...

mHealth interventions to improve self efficacy and exclusive breastfeeding: a scoping review

The electronic search was carried out in September 2022, using the population/problem/patient, intervention, comparison, outcome and study design strategy. The primary source of literature was online...

Risk factors and clinical manifestations of COVID-19 in pregnant women in Indonesia

The study used a descriptive integrated cross-sectional method for data collection. All data were obtained from medical records at the Merah Putih Government Hospital in Indonesia, a referral hospital...

Understanding early complementary food practice in rural Indonesia: a qualitative study

Participants reported that the early introduction of complementary food is a common practice among Indonesian mothers. The majority of Javanese mothers live in Central and East Java, including...

How do modern parents deal with cultural beliefs about breastfeeding? A qualitative study

Background Cultural beliefs strongly affect the practice of breastfeeding. Interpretations of cultural beliefs change over time, particularly among modern parents; however, knowledge of these changes...

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