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Clinical Skills Laboratory Breastfeeding counseling

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General Information
1. Year Academic

: 2015 - 2016

2.

Semester

: Genap

3.

System

: RPS

Learning Guide
1.
General Objective
:After
fnishing
skill
practice
of
Breastfeeding Councelling, the student will be able to perform
their skill, so they could help the mothers in sustaining breastfeeding
by motivating the moher to give breastfeeding for her baby, assessing
a breastfeed and help mother
who needed, and teaching how to
express breastmilk manually.
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Specifc Objective :
At the end of skill practices, the student will be able to
perform breastfeeding councelling correctly.
Syllabus Description:
a. Sub Module Objective
After fnishing skill practice of examination of acute abdomen,
the student will be able to perform breastfeeding councelling, so
they could help the mother to give breastfeeding for her baby
correctly.
b. Expected Competencies

Students perform motivating the mother to give


breastfeeding for her baby

Students perform assesing breastfeed and help


mother who needed

Students perform teaching how to express


breastmilk manually
c. Topics

Preparation: train the students to perform the informed


consent and getting
information about the mothers breastfeeding proccess

Give the practical help by explain the


correct way of
Body position of the mother, the babys head and body
should be, how
to support the breast, and how stimulate
rooting reflex.
Attachment of the baby at the breast and the efective
suckling

Give relevant information about the advantages of


breastfeeding, dangers of
artificial feeding, recommendation of infant feeding
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Methods

Presentation

Demonstration


Coaching
Self practices: role
- play
C.

Attachment
1. Instrument, substances and material needed
Presentation :
Audiovisual : Slides presentations on LCD
projector. Demonstration and coaching :

a. Table
b. Chairs
c. Examination
couch d. Baby
manequin
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Speciment Handling
Standardized patient& Preparation for the Patient
This skills not need standardized patient.
Venue
Skills Laboratory, C5 building fl.1, Faculty of Medicine Universitas
Padjadjaran
Reference
Resource Person
Department

Learning Guide Breastfeeding Counseling


No.

Procedu
res

A.GREETING
1.
Greet the `mother', introduce yourself,and ask her name and
her baby's
name. INFORMATION
B. GETTING
2.

Use non verbal communication; ask her how she is and ask one
or two open
questions about how breastfeedingis going.
Show interest, empathize, avoid words which sound judging,
recognize
and praise
what
a mother
and baby are doing
Ask the mother
if she
like
to be help

3.
C. GIVE PRACTICAL HELP BY EXPLAIN THE CORRECT WAY
C.1. BODY POSITION
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Mother: Relaxed and comfortable
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Baby
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The baby's head and body should be in a straight line
His face should face the breast, with his nose opposite
the nipple
His mother should hold his body close to hers
If her baby is newborn, she should support his
bottom,
and not
just
his head and shoulders
C.2. HOW TO
SUPPORT
HER
BREAST

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Place four fngers under the breast, and the tumb above the
areola
C.3. HOW
TO STIMULATE ROOTING REFLEX
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Point the nose using the nipple, until the baby facing the breast.
Then, touch
the upper lip using the nipple until the babys mouth is open,
and insert the breast.
C.4. ATTACHMENT
You can see more of the areola above his mouth and less
below
His mouth is wide open
His lower lip is turned outwards
The baby's chin touches the breast
Ask the mother
how she feel[Use
now simple language]
D. GIVE RELEVANT
INFORMATION
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Advantages of breastfeeding and dangers of artifcial
feeding
Recommendations of infant feeding
Explain to express breastmilk (when it is useful,
stimulate oxytocin reflex and the technique)
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