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Chetwynd, E. (2020, February). JOURNAL OF HUMAN LACTATION, Vol. 36, pp. 19–20.
By: E. Chetwynd
2019 journal article
A Geospatial Analysis of the Impact of the Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative on Breastfeeding Initiation in North Carolina
JOURNAL OF HUMAN LACTATION, 35(1), 114–126.
By: A. Liberty, K. Wouk, E. Chetwynd & T. Ringel-Kulka
Ankyloglossia Identification, Diagnosis, and Frenotomy: A Qualitative Study of Community Referral Pathways
JOURNAL OF HUMAN LACTATION.
By: C. Unger, E. Chetwynd & R. Costello
Breastfeeding Support Interventions by International Board Certified Lactation Consultants: A Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis
[Review of ]. JOURNAL OF HUMAN LACTATION, 35(3), 424–440.
By: E. Chetwynd, H. Wasser & C. Poole
Lactation Support for LGBTQIA plus Families
JOURNAL OF HUMAN LACTATION, 35(2), 244–247.
By: E. Chetwynd & V. Facelli
Prepregnancy Diabetes and Breastfeeding Cessation Among Black Women in the United States
BREASTFEEDING MEDICINE, 14(4), 249–255.
By: E. Chetwynd, A. Stuebe, L. Rosenberg, M. Troester & J. Palmer
The Lactational Effects of Contraceptive Hormones: an Evaluation (LECHE) Study
CONTRACEPTION, 100(1), 48–53.
By: A. Bryant, A. Bauer, A. Muddana, K. Wouk, E. Chetwynd, J. Yourkavitch, A. Stuebe
Toward Consistency: Updating Lactation and Breastfeeding Terminology for Population Health Research
JOURNAL OF HUMAN LACTATION, 35(3), 418–423.
By: J. Yourkavitch & E. Chetwynd
2018 journal article
Early, regular breast-milk pumping may lead to early breast-milk feeding cessation
Public Health Nutrition, 21(9), 1726–1736.
By: J. Yourkavitch, K. Rasmussen, B. Pence, A. Aiello, S. Ennett, A. Bengtson, E. Chetwynd, W. Robinson
Stakeholder views of breastfeeding education in schools: A systematic mixed studies review of the literature
[Review of ]. International Breastfeeding Journal, 12.
By: N. Singletary, E. Chetwynd, L. Goodell & A. Fogleman
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