Assess the Knowledge Regarding Human Breast Milk Banking Among Women in Selected Rural Area of District Mohali Punjab, With A View to Develop Information Booklet

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Sunaina Sharma
Ragini Sharma

Abstract

Background: Mother’s milk is the best food for growth and development of an infant. Every mother should
breastfeed her infant. However, if, under certain circumstances, she is unable to feed her infant directly, her
breast milk should be expressed and fed to the infant, particularly in preterm and other high-risk infants. Aim:
To assess the knowledge regarding human breast milk banking among women in selected rural area of district
Mohali Punjab, with a view to develop information booklet. Material and Methods: A quantitative study
“descriptive design.” Used in present study. Results: The sample of 60 married women were selected by using
non probability purposive sampling technique. Self -structured knowledge questionnaire was used to assess the
knowledge regarding infant rearing practices. The study revealed that maximum women (22%) had excellent
level of knowledge followed by (18%) had good level of knowledge, (45%) had average level of knowledge and
(15%) had poor level of knowledge.

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Sunaina Sharma, & Ragini Sharma. (2022). Assess the Knowledge Regarding Human Breast Milk Banking Among Women in Selected Rural Area of District Mohali Punjab, With A View to Develop Information Booklet. International Journal of Nursing Education, 14(4), 96–99. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijone.v14i4.18691
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Sunaina Sharma

Assistant Professor, Silver oaks college of nursing, Mohali, Punjab, India

Ragini Sharma

Assistant Professor, Silver oaks college of nursing, Mohali, Punjab, India