Validation of Nursing Outcomes Related to Breastfeeding Establishment.

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Summary of "Validation of Nursing Outcomes Related to Breastfeeding Establishment."

To clinically validate indicators of the nursing outcomes "Breastfeeding establishment: Infant (1000)" and "Breastfeeding establishment: maternal (1001)", and their conceptual and operational definitions in infants admitted to a neonatal unit and their mothers.


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Name: International journal of nursing knowledge
ISSN: 2047-3095


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