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Breastfeeding Subject Guide


Breastfeeding Books

Breastfeeding a guide for the medical profession
Breastfeeding and human lactation
Breastfeeding management for the clinician using the evidence
Comprehensive lactation consultant exam review
Core curriculum for interdisciplinary lactation care

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Breastfeeding Journals

Breastfeeding Review
Academic Pediatrics
Canadian Journal of Public Health / Revue canadienne de santé publique
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
The Journal of Nutrition

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Resource Spotlight


The Women's Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Medicines Guide (PBMG) is a quick reference guide for healthcare professionals. Access practical, specialised information on medicine use in pregnancy and breastfeeding.


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  • Recommended Practices
  • Evidence Summaries
  • Best Practice Information sheets

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Search 'Breastfeeding' in Lippincott Procedures 

Lippincott Procedures is endorsed by the Australian College of Nursing and the content of each procedure aligns to the National Safety and Quality Health Service (NSQHS) Standards.


Search 'Breastfeeding' or 'Lactation' in ClinicalKey Nursing and refine results to nursing texts, journals, practice guidelines, clinical overviews, drug information, patient handouts and more.

Key Databases for Breastfeeding


Explore key findings on Nutrition and Breastfeeding from the AIHW  'Australia's Children' report

Freely Available on the Web

The LactMed® database contains information on drugs and other chemicals  breastfeeding mothers may be exposed to. Find information about levels of such substances in breast milk and infant blood, and the possible adverse effects in the nursing infant.

Find information for breastfeeding women who may be concerned about the compatibility of some medical prescriptions, herbal substances, environment contaminants or a disease while lactating.