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Novi Eniastina Jasa,
Aan Listiana
Publication year2020
Publication title
jurnal sains kebidanan
Resource typeJournals
PublisherPoltekkes Kemenkes Semarang
ABSTRACTIntroduction: Breast milk is the best food for babies. Exclusive breastfeeding or exclusive breastfeeding is that babies are only given breast milk without the addition of other fluids such as formula milk, oranges, honey, tea water, water and without the addition of solid foods such as bananas, papaya, milk powder, biscuits, rice porridge, and team. Data from the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2016 still shows the average rate of exclusive breastfeeding in the new world is around 38 percent.Research Objectives: To determine the relationship between work and education on the success of exclusive breastfeedingMethods: The subjects of this study were all breastfeeding mothers who had babies aged 6-12 months. This type of research is analytic with cross sectional design, the independent variable in this study is the mother's employment status, the mother's education level and the dependent variable is exclusive breastfeeding. This research was conducted from June to August 2020Results: The results showed that 33 people (62.3%) did not provide exclusive breastfeeding and 20 people (64.2%) gave exclusive breastfeeding, the respondents who worked 37 people (69.8%) and did not work, namely 16 people ( 30.2%). The statistical test results obtained p-value = 0.014 (p-value 0.05), which means that there is a significant relationship between working mothers and exclusive breastfeeding at BPM Nurhasanah Bandar Lampung in 2020. In further analysis, OR = 5.98 which This means that mothers who do not work have a 5.98 times chance of giving exclusive breastfeeding compared to working mothers, while mothers with high education level 38 people (71.7%) have low education level 15 people (28.3%), the test results statistics were obtained (p-value = 0.678 0.05) which means that there is no relationship between education level and exclusive breastfeeding at BPM Nurhasanah Bandar Lampung in 2020.Conclusion: The majority of mothers do not provide exclusive breastfeeding, namely 62.3%, there is a significant relationship between working mothers and exclusive breastfeeding. Meanwhile, mother's education has no effect on the success of exclusive breastfeedingSuggestion: For health workers to provide breastfeeding counseling, especially the preparation of mothers who work in providing exclusive breastfeeding. 
Subject(s)biochemistry , biology , breast milk , breastfeeding , demography , environmental health , medicine , pediatrics , psychology , sociology

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