- Breastfeeding and Child Care
- Breastfeeding and Obesity Prevention
- Breastfeeding and Health Disparities
- Prenatal Breastfeeding Education
Tools for Action include an overview with an introduction, descriptive table of contents, and links to the following sections:
I. Background and Research Summary
II. Interventions: Projects, Programs and Policies
III. Tools and Recommendations for Action
IV. Additional Resources and Links
Tools for Action are designed for use by a variety of community and public health professionals. Specific guidelines for use, by type of user, are listed below:
Clinicans: You may find resources for supporting parents, or for counseling and teaching purposes.
Researchers: Tools for Action may include new resources and stimulate ideas for future research.
Public Health Workers: The examples of programs, projects and lessons learned may be used to inform future work.
Community Advocates: Tools for Action include new ideas and possible actions to take to change policy and your community.