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    Power point for research plan friday 11 feb Power point for research plan friday 11 feb Presentation Transcript

    • Methods of Research and Enquiry
      Maree Wilson
      Student Midwife
    • Human Lactation
      Ultimate source of nutrition for babies
      WHO recommendation – EBF for SIX MONTHS
      Increase of breastfeeding at birth
      BUT -
    • Not at six months WHY?
      Global studies identify numerous factors associated with duration of breastfeeding
      Nation-specific qualitative material needed
      “WHAT IS GOING ON HERE?”
    • “What are the lived experiences of New Zealand mothers that affect the duration of exclusive breastfeeding?”
    • “Their world in their words”Babbie, 2011
      Enhanced communication
      Effective education
      Positive intervention
      Identification of those mothers most in need of support
      Improved breastfeeding outcomes
    • Qualitative Approach
      In-depth recorded interviews
      Small group of volunteer breastfeeding mothers
      IMPORTANCE OF THE INTRUMENT –
      THE INTERVIEWER .... ME
      Reflexivity – commitment to ‘truth”
      Aware of what guides me
    • Goal :Thematic analysis to establish rich material associated with Exclusive Breastfeeding in New Zealand
    • British review – controversy
      Not new research
      Received funding from infant formula companies
      Conflicts of interest detract
      Ocean analogy
      - thanks to the life savers!
      “ ... I am glad I stayed”