evidence base Essay

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Research Database Assignment Form Type your answers to the following questions using complete sentences and correct grammar, spelling, and syntax. Click Save as and save the file with your last name and assignment, e.g.,NR439_Research_Database_Smith. Submit to the Research Database basket in the Dropbox by 11:59 p.m. MT Sunday at the end of Week 4. The guidelines and grading rubric for this assignment may be found in Doc Sharing. Name: Jeanne McIsaac Describe briefly your topic of interest (15 possible points): Evidence proves that breast feeding healthy newborns skin to skin within the first hour of life can have a direct impact on decreasing hypothermia, hypoglycemia and increasing exclusivity then babies dried and swaddled. #1…show more content…
Poole, PhD Candidate, BSN, RN, and Sheila M. Gephardt, PhD, RN. Describe (in your own words) the research database or collection of research including the purpose and the subject matter it covers: The report was a qualitive and quantative study to evaluate the role of breastfeeding attitudes, beliefs, and supports as they relate to young mothers. Explain how the source relates to your topic of interest: This was a great study for me because now my question of exclusivity now examined the breastfeeding attitudes of a younger population. Factors that contributed to the success and failures were identified. This study reviewed previous studies from 2008 through 2013; the study found one of the biggest factors was an authentic presence and a genuine relationship to maintain exclusivity in the hospital. The other factor for the younger population is a common barrier found was these young mothers found they had no support once they went home, especially adolescent mothers. I realize as a group of healthcare providers we still have so many barriers and still have to make improvements for Healthy People 2020. #4 Database (or collection) (30 possible points): Title of source: Factors Associated With Exclusive Breastfeeding Among Infants Under Six Months of Age in Peninsula
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