This benchmark project provides a template for how to implement clinician support and education in an organization with obstetric and pediatric clinics and a hospital based on the PICOT: In first-time breastfeeding mothers (P), how does clinician driven support and education during the perinatal period (I) compared to no clinician assistance (C) affect the rate of continued breastfeeding (O) within the first 3 months postpartum (T). Research demonstrates that increased clinician support and education provided to the mothers during the perinatal period increases breastfeeding rates and self-efficacy. The project would initially last for approximately 12 weeks and follow women from their last few antepartum appointments through their child's 3 month well child check. This project has not been implemented at time of publication and no results are available.
Date of publication
MSN Capstone Project
Laney, Katherine, "Making Breastfeeding Easier with Clinician Support" (2023). MSN Capstone Projects. Paper 237.