2020
DOI: 10.3390/nursrep10020015
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Parents’ Perception of the Complementary Baby-Led Weaning Feeding Method: A Validation Study

Abstract: This study aims to construct and validate a questionnaire that allows Parents’ Perceptions of the complementary Baby-Led Weaning feeding method (PaPerc-BLW questionnaire) to be evaluated. An instrumental design was used. Five child nutrition experts took part in the development and content validity. The questionnaire was administered to a sample of 216 Spanish parents of infants aged 0–6 months to determine psychometric properties (construct validity and internal consistency). The factor analysis explained 65.… Show more

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“…A large number of the parents reported knowing both BLW and the traditional method of food introduction. Similarly, a recent study carried out on 216 Spanish parents found that 98.6% of the participants reported being familiar with BLW (Martí-Solsona et al, 2020). In contrast, a 2011 study performed in the UK by Brown and Lee which surveyed 384 mothers with children 6-12 months old, reported that only a minority had ever heard of the BLW method.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…A large number of the parents reported knowing both BLW and the traditional method of food introduction. Similarly, a recent study carried out on 216 Spanish parents found that 98.6% of the participants reported being familiar with BLW (Martí-Solsona et al, 2020). In contrast, a 2011 study performed in the UK by Brown and Lee which surveyed 384 mothers with children 6-12 months old, reported that only a minority had ever heard of the BLW method.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 94%
“…The study by Marti-Solson E. et al [42] used the PaPERC-BLW validated questionnaire assessing the parents' perception of the BLW method; it demonstrated: the benefits of the BLW method in infant autonomy and development, and significant effects on child health; however, it was emphasized that the results of BLW studies must be evaluated using standardized validated questionnaires such as PaPerC-BLW, as studies concerning parents' perception of BLW are difficult to generalize and should be treated with caution. Rowam H [43] analyzed food intake among BLW and traditionally eating (TW) children.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 98%
“…18,19,[22][23][24] One extant scale examines parents' perceptions of BLW and whether it is a safe method to start complementary feeding. 25 However, to date, no scale is available to measure the degree to which parents adhere to the ethos of BLW or to capture the multidimensionality of BLW. Therefore, this study aimed to operationalise and create a scale to measure BLW.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, researchers have noted a lack of operational definition for BLW as an infant feeding approach 18,19,22–24 . One extant scale examines parents' perceptions of BLW and whether it is a safe method to start complementary feeding 25 . However, to date, no scale is available to measure the degree to which parents adhere to the ethos of BLW or to capture the multidimensionality of BLW.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%