Top 10 JHL Posts of 2019

Top 10 JHL Posts of 2019

On topics ranging from addressing disparities to trends in research on human milk exchange, our community tapped into the top-accessed resources of Journal of Human Lactation (JHL) nearly 180,000 times last year.

As we wrap up 2019, we compiled this list of the year’s top ten most accessed JHL articles. Planning on using research to guide your practice? Your ILCA membership ensures a full year’s access to the next year’s content, along with online, on-demand searchable access to the full database of JHL research to find the evidence you need. Not a member or time for you to renew? Click here to join or renew your membership now.

#10 Critical Review of Theory Use in Breastfeeding Interventions

Kaitlin Overgaard, Yeon K. Bai, Soyoung Lee

#9 A Critical Review of Instruments Measuring Breastfeeding Attitudes, Knowledge, and Social Support

Ann Lei, Sera L. Young, Corrine S. Casal, Emily L. Tuthill

#8 Does Truthful Advertising Ever Pass “The Smell Test” in a Peer-Reviewed Journal?

Elizabeth C. Brooks

#7 Reflexivity in Qualitative Research

Joan E. Dodgson

#6 Current Trends in Research on Human Milk Exchange for Infant Feeding

Karleen D. Gribble, Diana Cassar-Uhl, Tanya Cassidy, Angela B. Bond, Aunchalee E. L. Palmquist, Maryanne T. Perrin

#5 Breastfeeding Support Interventions by International Board Certified Lactation Consultants: A Systemic Review and Meta-Analysis

Heather M. Wasser, Charles Poole, Ellen M. Chetwynd

#4 An Integrated Analysis of Maternal-Infant Sleep, Breastfeeding, and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Research Supporting a Balanced Discourse

James J. McKenna, Helen L. Ball, Peter S. Blair, Kathleen A. Marinelli

#3 Feasibility and Acceptability of Metformin to Augment Low Milk Supply: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Eileen King, Erin Wagner, Laurie Nommsen-Rivers, Sarah Riddle, Laura Ward, Amy Thompson

#2 Breastfeeding in the Community: Sharing Stories on Implementations That Work

Sheree Holmes Keitt, Nikia Fuller-Sankofa, Margaret Carr, Harumi Reis-Reilly

#1 Breastfeeding in the Community: Addressing Disparities Through Policy, Systems, and Environmental Changes Interventions

Nikia Fuller-Sankofa, Calondra Tibbs, Harumi Reis-Reilly


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