Increased education for nurses on the use of breast milk and donor breast milk for sick and well babies.

P- For the population of maternal child health nurses employed in labor and delivery and postpartum.
I – Dose the implantation of a formal education program on breastfeeding and the use of donor milk, through online and in-class learning or in-services lunch and learns, four times a year taught by International Board Certified Lactation Consultant,(IBCLC) using, Lactation Education Accreditation and Approval Review Committee (LEAARC) curriculum.
C- Compared to current standards and practices or nurses who only gained knowledge during school or from peers.
O- Lead to informed Nurses who are able to educate their parents on the use of breastmilk and donor breast milk for not only sick but well babies, as evidenced by the increased percentage of donor milk used by all infants born in a hospital.
T- one year following implementation of formal education program.

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