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Infant feeding practices in Ireland
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|Title: ||Infant feeding practices in Ireland|
|Publisher: ||Health Education Bureau|
|Issue Date: ||Jul-1982 |
|Description: ||This publication is the second in the field, carried out by the Human Nutrition Unit at
Trinity College, Dublin. It presents the results of a longitudinal study on infant feeding in
Ireland. In our opinion it is a most valuable source of information to all those concerned
with promoting sound infant feeding practices.
The Health Education Bureau clearly identifies sound nutritional practices as a major
contribution to the health and well-being of society.
In 1982, the Health Education Bureau adopted a Life Cycle Model of health education as
a framework for the future development of its programmes. This model identifies the
key issues, phases and needs in health and illness throughout the life cycle, from birth to
death and reflects the general aim of the Bureau|
|Keywords: ||HEALTH EDUCATION|
|Appears in Collections: ||Health Education Bureau|
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