Afifah, Banis Rihadatul and Anggorowati, Anggorowati (2019) HUBUNGAN TINGKAT KEPERCAYAAN DIRI IBU DENGAN PEMBERIAN ASI PADA BAYI BERAT LAHIR RENDAH (BBLR). Undergraduate thesis, Faculty of Medicine.

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Department of Nursing Faculty of Medicine Diponegoro University Semarang, May 2019 ABSTRACT Banis Rihadatul Afifah The Correlation between Mother’s Self Efficacy Level and Breastfeeding in Low Birth Weight Baby (LBW) xviii + 85 Pages + 7 Tables + 2 Figures + 13 Appendixes Mother’s self-efficacy is the perception of mothers about her ability to nurse, to recognize, and to understand her baby. The level of self-efficacy plays an important role to mothers who have Low Birth Weight (LBW) babies. The focus of the LBW treatment is to increase the infants’ weights since breast milk is the best food for the LBW to gain weight. Therefore, mothers with LBW must have a high level of self-efficacy in breastfeeding. This study aims to determine the correlation between mother’s self-efficacy level and breastfeeding in LBW. The type of the study is descriptive correlation, and it applies cross-sectional approach. By using consecutive sampling, we obtained 53 samples of mothers who have LBW babies. Data obtained by using the Breasfeding Self Efficacy Scale-BSES and Breasfeeding questionnaire. The results showed that 41 respondents (77.4%) have a high level of self efficacy in breastfeeding and 40 respondents (75.4%) give breast milk to their babies. The Fisher test obtained the p-value = 0,000 (p <0.05) which means that there is a significant relationship between the level of self-efficacy and breastfeeding for mothers with LBW in Ungaran Hospital. Based on the result of this study, mothers with LBW are expected to be aware for any kind of information about the importance of breastfeeding for LBW by sharing experiences with other breastfeeding mothers, avoiding stress and need for family support. More than that, mothers are also had to increase the level of self-efficacy within themselves. Keywords : Self efficacy, Breasfeeding, LBW References : 59 (2000-2018)

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:R Medicine > RT Nursing
R Medicine > RZ Other systems of medicine
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
Faculty of Medicine > Department of Nursing
ID Code:73285
Deposited By:Mr Bekti Iskandar
Deposited On:14 Jun 2019 15:44
Last Modified:14 Jun 2019 15:44

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