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論文名稱:THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND BREASTFEEDING SATISFACTION OF POSTPARTUM MOTHERS
論文名稱(外文):THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DEPRESSION AND BREASTFEEDING SATISFACTION OF POSTPARTUM MOTHERS
指導教授:蔡照文蔡照文引用關係
指導教授(外文):Chao-Wen Tsai
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:美和科技大學
系所名稱:護理系健康照護碩士班
學門:醫藥衛生學門
學類:護理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2019
畢業學年度:107
語文別:英文
論文頁數:73
中文關鍵詞:depressionsatisfactionbreastfeeding
外文關鍵詞:depressionsatisfactionbreastfeeding
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Background: Breastfeeding is a socio-cultural and historical process that is
influenced by multiple factors linked to the organization of life in society and to
personal questions. Although benefits have been recognized, but breastfeeding is
not common in many communities. The decision to breastfeed mothers is
influenced by a variety of factors such as psychological, policy, attitudes and social
values, working conditions and the nature of their employment. Depression
symptoms in the postpartum period are also a factor that negatively affects the
results of breastfeeding.
Objective: The overall purpose of this study help health workers and people
to have an overview of postpartum depression, mother's satisfaction with
breastfeeding and the relationships between them.
Methods: A cross-sectional design was conducted from January to May
2019 at Thu Duc District Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City with mothers who were
breastfeeding. Convenient sampling will be used during the study period.
Questionnaires are General questionnaire, Postpartum Depression (PPD)and
Maternal Breastfeeding Evaluation Scale (MBFES). Cronbach alpha reliability is
0.83-0.92, the actual sample size is 164. After collecting all data, data is imported,
processed and encrypted using SPSS for Windows version 20.0. The study used
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statistical methods to describe variables such as demographic characteristics,
depression, and satisfaction of mothers who breastfeed after birth.
Results: Results show that the depression status in postnatal mothers is low
in both survey times with average scores of 7.87±5.285 and 7.43±4.821
respectively. Results show that the satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding
mothers level is quite high in both survey times with average scores of
129.88±11.926 and 130.74±11.963 respectively. In both survey times, depression
has a negative relationship with satisfaction.
Conclusion: There is an inverse correlation between postnatal depression
and satisfaction with breastfeeding. Health workers need plan supportive care
programs, health education for mothers, contribute to reducing postpartum
depression and increase satisfaction. Besides, social leaders can consider and
consider social regimes to support mothers after birth.
Background: Breastfeeding is a socio-cultural and historical process that is
influenced by multiple factors linked to the organization of life in society and to
personal questions. Although benefits have been recognized, but breastfeeding is
not common in many communities. The decision to breastfeed mothers is
influenced by a variety of factors such as psychological, policy, attitudes and social
values, working conditions and the nature of their employment. Depression
symptoms in the postpartum period are also a factor that negatively affects the
results of breastfeeding.
Objective: The overall purpose of this study help health workers and people
to have an overview of postpartum depression, mother's satisfaction with
breastfeeding and the relationships between them.
Methods: A cross-sectional design was conducted from January to May
2019 at Thu Duc District Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City with mothers who were
breastfeeding. Convenient sampling will be used during the study period.
Questionnaires are General questionnaire, Postpartum Depression (PPD)and
Maternal Breastfeeding Evaluation Scale (MBFES). Cronbach alpha reliability is
0.83-0.92, the actual sample size is 164. After collecting all data, data is imported,
processed and encrypted using SPSS for Windows version 20.0. The study used
iii
statistical methods to describe variables such as demographic characteristics,
depression, and satisfaction of mothers who breastfeed after birth.
Results: Results show that the depression status in postnatal mothers is low
in both survey times with average scores of 7.87±5.285 and 7.43±4.821
respectively. Results show that the satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding
mothers level is quite high in both survey times with average scores of
129.88±11.926 and 130.74±11.963 respectively. In both survey times, depression
has a negative relationship with satisfaction.
Conclusion: There is an inverse correlation between postnatal depression
and satisfaction with breastfeeding. Health workers need plan supportive care
programs, health education for mothers, contribute to reducing postpartum
depression and increase satisfaction. Besides, social leaders can consider and
consider social regimes to support mothers after birth.
Thesis committee members signature form i
Abstract ii
Acknowledgement iv
Appendixes iv
Chapter 1. Introduction 1
1.1 Statement of this research 1
1.2 Significance of this research 2
1.3 Aim of this research 3
1.4 Research questions 4
1.5 Chapter summary 4
Chapter 2. Literature review 5
2.1 Introduction 5
2.2 Breastfeeding 5
2.3 Postpartum depression 6
2.4 Satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 14
2.5 Relationship between depression and satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 18
2.6 Chapter summary 20
Chapter 3. Research Methodology 21
3.1 Introduction 21
3.2 Research design 21
3.3 Research framework and hypotheses 22
3.4 Sampling issues 23
3.5 Data management and data analysis strategy 24
3.6 Ethic issues 27
3.7 Chapter summary 27
Chapter 4. Results 28
4.1 Introduction 28
4.2 Demographic of demographic characteristics 28
4.3 Description of depression status in postnatal mothers 33
4.4 Description of satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 35
4.5 Relationship between demographic characteristics and depression status in postnatal mothers 42
4.6 Relationship between demographic characteristics and satisfaction
of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 47
4.7 Relationship between depression and satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 53
4.8 Chapter summary 54
Chapter 5. Discussion and conclusion 55
5.1 Introduction 55
5.2 Discussing the significance results of findings 55
5.3 The principal research findings 60
5.4 Contributions and Implications65
5.5 Limitations 68
5.6 Recommendation for further research 68
5.7 Conclusion 68
References 70
Appendixes
Appendix I Inform consent
Appendix II Questionnaire…
List of figures
Page
Figure 3.1 Research framework 22
List of tables
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Table 2.1 World studies on postnatal depression (PPD) 10
Table 2.2 World studies on satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 16
Table 4.1 Description of demographic characteristics 30
Table 4.2 Description of depression status in postnatal mothers 33
Table 4.3 Description of depression status in postnatal mothers at the time of discharge 34
Table 4.4 Description of depression status in postnatal mothers at 6 weeks after birth34
Table 4.5 Description of satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 36
Table 4.6 Description of satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers at the time of discharge 37
Table 4.7 Description of satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers at 6 weeks after birth 40
Table 4.8 Relationship between demographic characteristics and depression status in postnatal mothers44
Table 4.9 Relationship between demographic characteristics and satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 50
Table 4.10 Relationship between depression and satisfaction of postpartum breastfeeding mothers 53
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