Examine Best Practice in Breastfeeding
Black et al goes on to sate that the father finds himself in a position of nurturing the mother while striving to establish his bond with the new infant. A father who takes advantage of attachment-style fathering is more likely to be sensitive to the new mother's feelings and feel that he is a contributing partner in the new family. This giving of self is emotionally fulfilling and contributes to the forming of the new family.
Policy and breastfeeding best practice are interrelated. By utilizing and adapting policies such as the WHO Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding, administrators and health care professionals have a framework with which to guide them in best practice initiatives. The interplay of policy, education, encouragement, support, and follow up - all enhance best practice dynamics. In circumstance where complications exist, best practice requires existing policies be modified and customized to the individual patient for optimum outcomes. Developmental and family theory support the important part best practice plays in the ongoing health of the infant, mother, family unit and wider society.
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