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A novel peer-support intervention using Motivational Interviewing for breastfeeding maintenance: a UK feasibility study
Project title: A novel peer-support intervention using Motivational Interviewing for breastfeeding maintenance: a UK feasibility study
Call to action: 13/18 13/18 Peer support for breastfeeding maintenance
Research type: Primary Research
Lead Author: Professor Shantini Paranjothy
Contractor: Cardiff University
Co-investigators: Dr Aimee Grant, Dr Amy Brown, Dr Rhiannon Phillips, Mrs Sian Regan, Ms Sally Tedstone, Professor Billie Hunter, Professor Deborah Fitzsimmons, Professor Julia Sanders, Professor Michael Robling, Professor Stephen Rollnick.
Started: September 2014 | Status: Published December 2017
The Mam-Kind peer-support breastfeeding intervention was acceptable and feasible to deliver within NHS maternity services and this study made recommendations for further evaluation.
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