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6th World Nursing and Healthcare Conference

London, UK

Eppy Setiyowati

Eppy Setiyowati

University of Nahdlatul Ulama Surabaya, Indonesia

Title: Analysis of behavior changes and family support in exclusive breastfeeding in Sidoarjo
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Biography: Eppy Setiyowati


The benefit of breastfeeding for babies is as the best food because it contains all the nutrients needed by them. In 2012, Sidoarjo reached 58 percents of babies who got exclusive breastfeeding from their mother, in 2013 only reached 48 percents and decreased as 10 percents, while the national target is 80 percents. The research objective was to analyze the behavior changes and family support in exclusive breastfeeding in Sidoarjo area. The design of the research was providing treatment through FGD workshops on the target group. The sample was pregnant, postpartum and breastfeeding women and their families taken by simple random sampling. Data were collected through questionnaire, deep interview and observation then analyzed with MANCOVA statistical test. The result showed a good knowledge of almost all respondents (72%), a positive attitude of most respondents (56.25%) and the majority of respondents (56.25%) gave an exclusive breastfeeding based on the babies’ need. Statistical test result was obtained  = 0.001 <  = 0.05, it meant that there were significant behavior changes and family support in giving an exclusive breastfeeding in Sidoarjo city. The conclusion of the research was greater family support, more increase the mother’s behavior in an exclusive breastfeeding. The families were suggested to keep always motivating the mothers to give an exclusive breastfeeding to their babies starts from 0-6 months.

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