Volume 12, Issue 3 (Scientific Journal of Hamadan University of Medical Sciences-Autumn 2005)                   Avicenna J Clin Med 2005, 12(3): 42-47 | Back to browse issues page

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Saba M S, Bazmamoun H, Razavi Z. Comparison of Face to Face Education with Other Methods to Pregnant Mothers in Increase Exclusive Breast Feeding. Avicenna J Clin Med 2005; 12 (3) :42-47
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Introduction & Objective: There is a direct relationship between the education and exclusive breast-feeding. Most of the educational programs have given after child birth, based on " Rooming in plan”, but because of difficult situation and busy thoughts of mothers, they were not desirable way of education, therefore in this study the role of verbal & nonverbal education was evaluated on the rate of breast-feeding by mothers before delivery.

Materials & Methods: This is a randomized controlled-trial study on 108 pregnant women, 20-30 yrs old, paraone, without any systemic disease referring to Health Center of Hamadan. They were divided into two groups of 54 each , group &Iota was given verbal education (lecture, movie, slide, question & answer) and group &Iota&Iota nonverbal education (pamphlet of verbal abstracts). The two groups were followed up to 6 months after delivery in respect of restricted breast-feeding.

Results: The rate of restricted breast-feeding was 82.7% for mothers on verbal education and 56.5% for nonverbal ones. This difference of percentile rise in two group was statistically meaningful, which showed verbal education was more efficient on outcome of restricted breast-feeding.

Conclusion: We concluded that face to face education is more efficient compared to non-verbal education in increase exclusive breast feeding.

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