Physician Attitudes About Breastfeeding
Despite mounting evidence of the health importance of breastfeeding, physicians demonstrate persistent, suboptimal knowledge about and support for breastfeeding.1 Educational interventions can increase physician breastfeeding knowledge, and yet not necessarily improve behavior.2 This suggests the need for a richer understanding of physician attitudes towards breastfeeding, including how those attitudes relate to utilization of data and clinical practice.
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