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Adherence to breastfeeding support practices in Sri Lankan hospitals by mode of birth

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This dataset consists of de-identified data from the survey of Breastfeeding support practices in Sri Lankan hospitals by mode of birth, conducted in 2021.  

The survey retrospectively assessed women’s outcomes and experiences of childbirth, infant feeding and breastfeeding support care in selected government hospitals in Sri Lanka close to their most recent birth. The researchers invited women who gave birth in selected Sri Lankan hospitals during a three-month period (September 2021-December 2021) to participate in this survey.

A total of 360 women who gave birth to a live baby were approached, and the usable response rate for women was 83.8% (302 out of 360), following exclusions for unconsented women.

Access rights

The owner of this data collection reserves the right to provide access to the data by negotiation

Geographical area of data collection

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82.144800,10.033770 79.267700,10.033770 79.267700,5.681600 82.144800,5.681600 82.144800,10.033770

Research areas

Health services
Breastfeeding support
Maternity care

Cite this collection

Lokeesan , Laavanya; Martin , Elizabeth; Byrne, Rebecca; Miller, Yvette D; (2023): Adherence to breastfeeding support practices in Sri Lankan hospitals by mode of birth. Queensland University of Technology. (Dataset) https://doi.org/10.25912/RDF_1675724740156

Data file types

SPSS Statistics Data Document (IBM SPSS version 28.0.1) (.sav)

Licence


Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 (CC-BY-NC)
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/

Copyright

© Laavanya Lokeesan, 2021

Dates of data collection

From 2021-09-21 to 2021-12-19

Connections

Has association with
Elizabeth Martin  (Researcher)
Yvette Miller  (Researcher)

Other

Date record created:
2023-01-20T12:11:34
Date record modified:
2023-07-26T10:00:06
Record status:
Published - Open Access