- Barriers to breastfeeding in a resident clinicAmy M Johnson
University of Connecticut School of Medicine, Hartford, CT 06106, USA
Breastfeed Med 8:273-6. 2013..In conclusion, the survey indicated that planned exclusive breastfeeding rates are low among this inner-city resident clinic and interventions should include involvement of the partners/spouses and access to lactational support...
- Reported experiences with prenatal care: is there a difference in patient satisfaction based on racial and ethnic background?Amy M Johnson
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Hartford Hospital, University of Connecticut School of Medcine, USA
Conn Med 76:581-4. 2012..001) and language (24.9% clinic vs 4.9% private, P = 0.004). Race andlanguagewere morelikelyto influence clinic patients' perceptions of the prenatal care received as compared to those seeking care in private practices...