Effects of Clinical Practice Guideline to Promote, Support, and Protect Breastfeeding on Competencies and Duration of Breastfeeding of Teenage Mothers

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Sureeporn Kritcharoen
Sasikarn Kala
Warangkana Chatchawet
Sirithai Prugsasri
Chureerat Petchwatcharapaibune

Abstract

This quasai-experimental research aimed to compare competencies and duration of breastfeeding of teenage mothers between experimental and control groups. The subjects were 70 teenage mothers. They were divided into two groups: 35 in an experimental group and 35 in a control group. The experimental group received care from clinical practice guideline to promote, support, and protect breastfeeding. The competencies and duration of breastfeeding of teenage mothers questionnaires were used to collect the data. The content validity was approved by 5 experts. Reliability of the competencies of breastfeeding questionnaires was tested and yielded Cronbach’s alpha coefficient of .94. Descriptive statistics and t-test were used for data analysis. The results showed the competency's scores and duration of breastfeeding of the experimental group were higher than those of the control group statistically significant (t = 5.091, t = 13.516, at p < .001 respectively). This clinical practice guideline was claimed suitable to promote, support, and protect breastfeeding of teenage mothers. Teenage mothers who received care under clinical practice guideline had higher competencies and duration of breastfeeding than those of the control group. This guideline should thus be used to promote and support exclusive breastfeeding for teenage mothers with 6-month periods.

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Kritcharoen, S., Kala, S. ., Chatchawet, W. ., Prugsasri, S. ., & Petchwatcharapaibune, C. . (2021). Effects of Clinical Practice Guideline to Promote, Support, and Protect Breastfeeding on Competencies and Duration of Breastfeeding of Teenage Mothers. Songklanagarind Journal of Nursing, 41(1), 54–63. Retrieved from https://he02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/nur-psu/article/view/249999
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