Do you provide care in the NICU setting?
The Journal of Human Lactation has made a collection of articles, Human Milk in the NICU, free for a limited time.*
Click the links below to access the articles now, available until 15 May 2019.
- Effect of Dedicated Lactation Support Services on Breastfeeding Outcomes in Extremely-Low-Birth-Weight Neonates by Sharareh Gharib, Molly Fletcher, Richard Tucker, Betty Vohr, and Beatrice E. Lechner
- “I Had One Job and That Was To Make Milk”: Mothers’ Experiences Expressing Milk for Their Very-Low-Birth-Weight Infants by Katherine Bower, Tara Burnette, Daniel Lewis, Courtney Wright, and Katie Kavanagh
- Factors Influencing Parent Reports of Facilitators and Barriers to Human Milk Supply in Neonatal Intensive Care Units by Elisabete Alves, Raquel Magano, Mariana Amorim, Conceição Nogueira, and Susana Silva
- Implementation of a Donor Milk Program Is Associated with Greater Consumption of Mothers’ Own Milk among VLBW Infants in a US, Level 3 NICU by Margaret G.K. Parker, Laura Burnham, Wenyang Mao, Barbara L. Philipp, and Anne Merewood
- “It’s Somebody Else’s Milk”: Unraveling the Tension in Mothers of Preterm Infants Who Provide Consent for Pasteurized Donor Human Milk by Anita Esquerra-Zwiers, Beverly Rossman, Paula Meier, Janet Engstrom, Judy Janes, and Aloka Patel
Journal of Human Lactation (JHL) is a quarterly, peer-reviewed journal publishing original research, insights in practice and policy, commentaries, and case reports relating to research and practice in human lactation and breastfeeding. JHL is relevant to lactation professionals in clinical practice, public health, research, and a broad range of fields related to the trans-disciplinary field of human lactation.
Access to the Journal of Human Lactation is a top-ranked benefit of ILCA membership. Take advantage of year-round access to all JHL has to offer. Join or renew your ILCA membership today.
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