Infant Feeding Survey 2010

Mary Renfrew, Fiona McAndrew, Jane Thompson, Lydia Fellows, Alice Large, Mark Speed

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    Abstract

    The Infant Feeding Survey (IFS) has been conducted every five years since 1975. The 2010 IFS was the eighth national survey of infant feeding practices to be conducted. The main aim of the survey was to provide estimates on the incidence, prevalence, and duration of breastfeeding and other feeding practices adopted by mothers in the first eight to ten months after their baby was born.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherHealth and Social Care Information Centre
    Commissioning bodyUnited Kingdom Department of Health
    Number of pages186
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

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    Renfrew, M., McAndrew, F., Thompson, J., Fellows, L., Large, A., & Speed, M. (2011). Infant Feeding Survey 2010. Health and Social Care Information Centre. https://sp.ukdataservice.ac.uk/doc/7281/mrdoc/pdf/7281_ifs-uk-2010_report.pdf