Study analyses effect of financial incentive on breastfeeding rates
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Study analyses effect of financial incentive on breastfeeding rates

Vari Drennan Professor, Healthcare and policy research, St George’s University of London and Kingston University, London

Despite decades of public health policy initiatives, breast feeding rates remain low in many communities in the UK. This randomised controlled study investigated the effect of financial incentives on breast feeding rates at six-eight weeks post-partum.

Primary Health Care. 28, 4, 13-13. doi: 10.7748/phc.28.4.13.s12

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