On topics ranging from the impact of perinatal mood disorders to lactation duration to therapeutic breast massage to substance use and breastfeeding, our community tapped into the top-accessed resources of Journal of Human Lactation (JHL) more than 23,000 times last year.
As we wrap up 2016, we compiled this list of the year’s top ten most accessed JHL content. Planning on using research to guide your practice next year? Now is the time to join or renew your membership to ensure a full year’s access to next year’s new content. Once you join or renew, you will also have online, on-demand searchable access to the full database of JHL research to find the evidence you need.
Lillian C. Tsai, RN, MS, IBCLC and Therese Jung DoanRN, PhD
Cynthia A. French, MS, PhD, CRNA; Xiaomei Cong, PhD, RN; and Keun Sam Chung, MD
#8 Transfer of Methamphetamine (MA) into Breast Milk and Urine of Postpartum Women who Smoked MA Tablets during Pregnancy: Implications for Initiation of Breastfeeding
Chulathida Chomchai, MD; Summon Chomchai, MD, MPH; and Ratchada Kitsommart, MD
#7 Domperidone for Treatment of Low Milk Supply in Breast Pump-Dependent Mothers of Hospitalized Premature Infants: A Clinical Protocol
Barbara Haase, APRN, MSN, CPNP, IBCLC; Sarah N. Taylor, MD, MSCR; Jill Mauldin, MD; Teresa S. Johnson, PhD, RN; and Carol L. Wagner, MD
Kathleen A. Marinelli, MD, IBCLC, FABM and Sara L. Gill, PhD, RN, IBCLC, FAAN
#5 Breastfeeding Duration and Primary Reasons for Breastfeeding Cessation among Women with Postpartum Depressive Symptoms
Erin McElderry Bascom, MPH and Melissa A. Napolitano, PhD
Emily L. Tuthill, MS, RN; Jacqueline M. McGrath, PhD, RN, FNAP, FAAN; Melanie Graber; Regina M. Cusson, PhD, NNP-BC, PRN, FAAN; and Sera L. Young, MA, PhD
#3 Weighing the Facts: A Systematic Review of Expected Patterns of Weight Loss in Full-Term, Breastfed Infants
Diane Thulier, PhD, RN
Vanessa S. Sakalidis, BHlth Sc (Hons), PhD, Donna T. Geddes, DMU, Post Grad Dip (Sc), PhD
#1 Therapeutic Breast Massage in Lactation for the Management of Engorgement, Plugged Ducts, and Mastitis
Ann M. Witt, MD, IBCLC; Maya Bolman, BA, BSN, IBCLC; Sheila Kredit; and Anne Vanic, MSN, CPNP, IBCLC
Editor’s note: This post as originally published incorrectly added authors to some of the articles. The authors listed here now (as of 28 December) match those listed in the Journal of Human Lactation.