Top 10 JHL Posts of 2018

On topics ranging from breastfeeding in the workplace to co-sleeping perceptions to opioid maintenance treatment, our community tapped into the top-accessed resources of Journal of Human Lactation (JHL) nearly 23,000 times last year.

As we wrap up 2018, we compiled this list of the year’s top ten most accessed JHL articles. Planning on using research to guide your practice? Your ILCA membership ensures a full year’s access to the next year’s content, along with online, on-demand searchable access to the full database of JHL research to find the evidence you need. Not a member or time for you to renew? Click here to join or renew your membership now.

#10 Gestalt Breastfeeding: Helping Mothers and Infants Optimize Positional Stability and Intraoral Breast Tissue Volume for Effective, Pain-Free Milk Transfer

Pamela Douglas and Renee Keogh

#9 The Impact of a Prenatal Education Video on Rates of Breastfeeding Initiation and Exclusivity during the Newborn Hospital Stay in a Low-Income Population

Ann L. Kellams, Kelly K. Gurka, Paige P. Hornsby, Emily Drake, Mark Riffon, Daphne Gellerson, Gauri Gulati, and Valerie Coleman

#8 The Atlantic Divide: Contrasting U.K. and U.S. Recommendations on Cosleeping and Bed-Sharing

Helen L. Ball

#7 Systematic Review of Evidence for Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative Step 3 Prenatal Breastfeeding Education

Kathryn Wouk, Kristin P. Tully, and Miriam H. Labbok

#6 About Research: Qualitative Methodologies

Joan E. Dodgson

#5 Therapeutic Breast Massage in Lactation for the Management of Engorgement, Plugged Ducts, and Mastitis

Ann M. Witt, Maya Bolman, Sheila Kredit, and Anne Vanic

#4 Breastfeeding in the Community: Sharing Stories on Implementations That Work

Sheree Holmes Keitt, Harumi Reis-Reilly, Nikia Fuller-Sankofa, and Margaret Carr

#3 Interventions to Improve Breastfeeding Self-Efficacy and Resultant Breastfeeding Rates: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Meredith Brockway, Karen Benzies, and K. Alix Hayden

#2 Efficacy of an Osteopathic Treatment Coupled With Lactation Consultations for Infants’ Biomechanical Sucking Difficulties A Randomized Controlled Trial

Juliette Herzhaft-Le Roy, Marianne Xhignesse, and Isabelle Gaboury

#1 Breastfeeding in the Community: Addressing Disparities Through Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes Interventions

Harumi Reis-Reilly, Nikia Fuller-Sankofa, and Calondra Tibbs

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