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Pct mothers breastfeeding NI 2012

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© DHSSPS

Subject Keywords: Early years; child health; maternal health
Set: Obesity
Chronic Conditions
Causes
Conditions
Arthritis
Back pain
Cancer
Chronic Airflow Obstruction (CAO)
Diabetes
Musculoskeletal condition
Stroke
Hypertension
Coronary Heart Disease (CHD)
Prevention
Catalogue: Data
Indicator
Type: Data
Region: Antrim LGD
Ards LGD
Armagh LGD
Ballymena LGD
Ballymoney LGD
Banbridge LGD
Belfast LGD
Carrickfergus LGD
Castlereagh LGD
Coleraine LGD
Cookstown LGD
Craigavon LGD
Derry LGD
Down LGD
Dungannon LGD
Fermanagh LGD
Larne LGD
Limavady LGD
Lisburn LGD
Local Government District
Maherafelt LGD
Moyle LGD
Newry & Mourne LGD
Newtownabbey LGD
North Down LGD
Omagh LGD
Strabane LGD
Northern Ireland
Description:

Original Administrative/Management Source(s)/System(s)  
Name(s) Child Health System
Name of Organisation(s) Responsible Child Healths System NI
Purpose of Administrative Source(s) Regional patient centred community based operational system comprising information and statistics on birth & prenatal data, call, recall and recording system for the pre-school immunisation programme, pre-school developmental assessments carried out by primary care staff, school health activity (immunisation, health appraisal, visual and audio screening), and additional information relating to children with Special Needs.
Geographical Coverage Northern Ireland.
Lowest Reportable Geography District Council / Local Government District.
Data Definitions The proportion of mothers that were breastfeeding their child on discharge from hospital, includibng mothers that were breastfeeding their child but also using complementary feeding. 

Date:

23/03/2016

Suggested citation:

© DHSSPS. (2016) Pct mothers breastfeeding NI 2012 [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/977851 [Accessed: 25th June 2018].

  

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