Breastfeeding Practices in the Region of Peel - 2009/2010
The Breastfeeding Practices in the Region of Peel 2009/2010 report summarizes results of two telephone surveys of new mothers in the Region of Peel. The study was a follow-up to a 2004/2005 survey that was carried out with the primary purpose of determining breastfeeding initiation rates, duration rates and other breastfeeding practices among new mothers when their child was six months old and again when their child was 12 months old. The 2009/2010 report also collected data on sources of breastfeeding support, internet access and website use, Formula? No Thanks! campaign recognition and postpartum mood disorders. Demographic information about the mother was also gathered. Survey findings are described throughout the report.
This report includes the following sections and chapters. Click on the links below to navigate direcly to the section within the PDF:
- Table of Contents
- List of Figures and Tables
- Executive Summary
- Results (Response Rates, Respondent Characteristics)
- Six-Month Post-Partum Survey Results
- 12-Month Post-Partum Survey Results
- Program Implications and Recommendations
- Data Sources, Methods and Limitation
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Peel Health has also published several other reports on important health issues and trends in the Region of Peel.