The Effect of Maternal Health Education on Family Support in The Breastfeeding Proces of Newborn Babies

Sipasulta, Grace C and Hazanah, Sri and Mardiana, Nina (2021) The Effect of Maternal Health Education on Family Support in The Breastfeeding Proces of Newborn Babies. In: Proceedings The International Conference on Lactation Management in Covid-19 Pandemic Era (ICLM 2021). Health Polytechnic Ministry of Health East Kalimantan, Samarinda., Samarinda, pp. 14-31.

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Abstract: Introduction. The quality of maternal and newborn care, the most important period in childbirth, prevents maternal and infant mortality. Childbirth and the puerperium and healthy newborns, family support is needed to prevent disturbances during pregnancy, childbirth and early breastfeeding during the puerperium. The purpose of implementing maternal health education for family support in the early process of breastfeeding newborns. Method. Analytical observational research with cross sectional design. The research design of the independent maternal health education from health workers obtained by postpartum mothers during ANC visits during the first to third trimesters of pregnancy with the dependent variable being family support in the process of breastfeeding newborns. Consecutive Sampling n 60 postpartum mothers at the Maternity Hospital Sayang Ibu Balikpapan. Data collection using instruments according to the MCH handbook. Data analysis univariate frequency distribution, bivariate Chi Square test. Results and Discussion. Maternal health education has an effect on family support for the initial process of breastfeeding for newborns. Maternal Health Education sig p-value 0.011. There were 7 (12.9%) mothers who did not receive assistance from health workers but received support in the early process of breastfeeding their babies. There were 13 (46.4%) mothers who felt the assistance of health workers but did not receive support for the early process of breastfeeding their babies. The OR value of maternal health education is 4.121. Postpartum mothers do not feel the assistance of health workers, the risk is 4 times that they do not receive early support for breastfeeding their babies from experiencing assistance from health workers Conclusion Maternal health education from pregnant women to postpartum has not been implemented properly. maternal health education to secondary school, when the bride and groom and antenatal care continues. Keywords: Maternal Health Education, Early breastfeeding , Newborns and post partum mother

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: R Medicine > R Medicine (General)
R Medicine > RG Gynecology and obstetrics
R Medicine > RT Nursing
Divisions: Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences > School of Medicine
Depositing User: admin perpustakaan poltekkes kaltim
Date Deposited: 02 Feb 2022 10:17
Last Modified: 02 Feb 2022 10:17

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