The Breastfeeding Registry Study is a multi-site study that examines the documentation of RDNs who are providing breastfeeding or lactation support to their clients. The project will investigate the nutrition terminology currently being used in this area of care and the quality of the documentation, as well as the impact of nutrition care on problem resolution and nutrition-related outcomes in this population. The Academy Data Science Center (DSC) is collaborating with the University of North Florida (UNF) to lead this project. This project is also being conducted with the help of the Academy Foundation and funding from the Pediatric Nutrition Practice Group (PNPG) and Women's Health Dietetic Practice Group (WH).
This project is ongoing. Stay tuned for updates.
Dietitians providing breastfeeding and lactation support to either infants or individuals providing human milk to infants from a variety of settings can participate in this project. This includes dietitians in inpatient, outpatient, community programs, or private practice.
Required tasks for study participation:
Patients who are eligible to enter into ANDHII:
Please contact us to inquire about next steps to participate. This includes:
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