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Validity and reliability of the Chinese version of the perceived insufficient milk questionnaire

The perceived insufficient milk questionnaire was designed to measure mothers' perception of breastmilk adequacy in terms of quality and quantity to satisfy their infants. The present study aimed to...

Practitioners' views and barriers to implementation of the Keeping Birth Normal tool: A pilot study

The use of unnecessary interventions in labour and birth continues to rise A rate of > 19% is seen as medically unnecessary by the World Health Organization (WHO) (Gibbons et al, 2010); in Europe,...

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