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"SunnysidePlus" will functionally integrate a web based intervention targeting skills to promote and support breastfeeding, manage mood,and prevent depression. Sunnyside Plus will build upon the previously tested "Sunnyside" intervention which targeted skills to manage mood through an interactive website with didactic material and tools. Women in weeks 20-28 of their pregnancy will be randomized to receive either Sunnyside Plus or Sunnyside. The Sunnyside intervention will consist of 6 weeks of online lessons during pregnancy and booster sessions at 2 weeks, 4 weeks, and 6 weeks postpartum. Sunnyside Plus will include additional education and support to improve breastfeeding outcomes. Breastfeeding education and skills will be provided during the 6 weeks of online lessons during pregnancy. Breastfeeding support will continue through 6 weeks postpartum. This postpartum support will involve weekly online lessons, text support, and video support calls with a Lactation Educator provided on an as-needed basis. SunnysidePlus has the potential to provide a novel paradigm for improving breastfeeding outcomes and preventing depression; one that is accessible, highly scalable and cost-effective.
Sunnyside, Sunnyside Plus
University of Illinois at Chicago
Not yet recruiting
University of Illinois at Chicago
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-21T12:45:28-0400
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