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dc.creatorWahyutri, Endah
dc.creatorjasmawati, jasmawati
dc.creatorKesuma Dharma, Kelana
dc.creatorRatnawati, Ratnawati
dc.date2017-09-15
dc.date.accessioned2019-12-01T22:26:21Z
dc.date.available2019-12-01T22:26:21Z
dc.identifierhttp://repository.poltekkes-kaltim.ac.id/12/1/ENDAH_Journal%20of%20Nursing%20Education%20and%20Practice%20%28Hasil%20Turnitin%29.pdf
dc.identifierWahyutri, Endah and jasmawati, jasmawati and Kesuma Dharma, Kelana and Ratnawati, Ratnawati (2017) Uji Similarity The effect of infant feeding planning education on nutrition and breastfeeding knowledge, mother’s attitude, and husband’s support to expectant mother. Uji Similarity The effect of infant feeding planning education on nutrition and breastfeeding knowledge, mother’s attitude, and husband’s support to expectant mother, 8 (1). pp. 87-93. ISSN 1925-4059
dc.identifier.urihttp://r2kn.litbang.kemkes.go.id:8080/xmlui/handle/123456789/65747
dc.descriptionAbstract Background: The issue of malnutrition that leads to food security is not just a technical issue, but also a matter of individual habit to meet nutrients needed, including nutrients for fetus. The Government agrees to address the issue of food security in the first 1,000 days of life. This study aims at determining the influence of Infant Feeding Planning (Intention) Education on Nutrition and Breastfeeding Knowledge, Mother’s Attitude, and Husband’s Support to gravid Mother in Samarinda. Methods: This study is a quasi-experimental research design with pre and post control group. The sample size was 30 in the intervention group and 30 in the control group. The independent variable in this study was intention to breastfeed, while the dependent variables were breastfeeding and nutrition knowledge, mother’s attitude and husband’s support. The data were analyzed using paired t test, Wilcoxon test, ANOVA and MANOVA. Results: The study found the differences between intervention group and control group in nutrition knowledge, breastfeeding knowledge, and attitude. There was no difference between the groups in intention. The variables that influenced knowledge were education and employment. The variables influenced by the intention to breastfeed were breastfeeding knowledge, nutrition knowledge, and attitude. Intention had the greatest impact on the attitude, with the power observed at 0.689 which means that the intention affected the attitude of breastfeeding by 68.9%. Conclusions: Infant feeding planning education influences breastfeeding and nutrition knowledge as well as breastfeeding attitude.
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dc.languageen
dc.publisherJournal of Nursing Education and Practice
dc.relationhttp://repository.poltekkes-kaltim.ac.id/12/
dc.relationhttp://www.sciedupress.com/journal/index.php/jnep/article/view/11878
dc.subjectL Education (General)
dc.titleUji Similarity The effect of infant feeding planning education on nutrition and breastfeeding knowledge, mother’s attitude, and husband’s support to expectant mother
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