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30) Qualitative indicators of concordance with international recommendations suggest that IYCF knowledge of participants was limited, irrespective of marriage or maternity.
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PMID:23061427 DOI:10.1111/mcn.12007
2015 Maternal & child nutrition
* Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions on infant and young child nutrition and feeding among adolescent girls and young mothers in rural Bangladesh.
- Improved infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices have the potential to improve child health and development outcomes in poorly resourced communities. In Bangladesh, approximately 60% of rural girls become mothers before the age of 18, but most interventions to improve IYCF practices target older mothers. We investigated the knowledge, attitudes and perceptions regarding IYCF among adolescent girls and young women aged 15-23 years old in two rural regions in north-west Bangladesh and identified the main points of concordance with, or mismatch to, key international IYCF recommendations. We compared qualitative data collected during interviews and focus groups with participants who were unmarried, married without a child and married with at least one child, and stratified by region. Qualitative indicators of concordance with international recommendations suggest that IYCF knowledge of participants was limited, irrespective of marriage or maternity. Young mothers in our study were no more knowledgeable about feeding practices than their nulliparous peers. Some participants were well aware of an IYCF recommendation (e.g. to exclusively breastfeed for 6 months), but their interpretation of the recommendation deviated from the intended public health message. Notions of insufficient or 'spoiled' breast milk, gender-based biases in feeding intentions and understandings of infant needs, and generational shifts in feeding practices were commonly reported. Conclusions are that female adolescence is a window of opportunity for improving health outcomes among future children, and increased investment in early education of adolescent girls regarding safe IYCF may be an effective strategy to promote and support improved infant feeding practices.
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--- WordNet output for suggest --- =>〜しようと提案する, を提案する, 示唆する, 暗示する, 提案する Overview of verb suggest The verb suggest has 5 senses (first 5 from tagged texts) 1. (57) propose, suggest, advise -- (make a proposal, declare a plan for something; "the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax") 2. (21) hint, suggest -- (drop a hint; intimate by a hint) 3. (19) suggest, intimate -- (imply as a possibility; "The evidence suggests a need for more clarification") 4. (14) indicate, suggest -- (suggest the necessity of an intervention; in medicine; "Tetracycline is indicated in such cases") 5. (12) suggest, evoke, paint a picture -- (call to mind; "this remark evoked sadness") --- WordNet end ---