1998
DOI: 10.1046/j.1365-2648.1998.00697.x
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Abstract: A review of the literature indicated that the majority of Vietnamese mothers bottle fed their infants after migration to western countries. Those who breast fed weaned their infants very early. This study aimed to explore, from the Vietnamese mothers' perspective, their experiences of infant feeding and the attributes of nurses, midwives, other health professionals and the health care system that were considered to be important in encouraging the immigrant Vietnamese women to breast feed in Sydney, Australia. … Show more

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