UK-born ethnic minority women and their experiences of feeding their newborn infant
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Abstractto explore the factors that impact on UK-born ethnic minority women's experiences of and decisions around feeding their infant.
CitationTwamley, K. et al (2011) 'UK-born ethnic minority women and their experiences of feeding their newborn infant' Midwifery 27 (5):595-602
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