Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Exclusive breastfeeding and informative learning media


Development of Informative Learning Media About Exclusive Breastfeeding

Siti Sa’adah Mardiah; Nunung Mulyani; Endang Nurrochmi; Nurasih .; Wawan Rismawan

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5051-5058

The number of breastfeeding mothers in the Kahuripan Tasikmalaya Puskesmas area was 897, 41% had entered the target for achieving exclusive breastfeeding, the realization of the achievement in 2017 was 85.6% and in 2018 92.4%. The research objective was to develop an informative learning media about exclusive breastfeeding that can be conveyed to pregnant and breastfeeding mothers so that it can effectively increase the knowledge, attitudes and behavior of breastfeeding mothers in exclusive breastfeeding. This study uses a quasi-experimental method. This research was conducted in March-July 2019 in the Kahuripan Community Health Center, Tasikmalaya City. The population in this study were all pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers who had babies aged 0-6 months and were in the Kahuripan City Tasikmalaya Community Health Center in 2019 as many as 54 respondents consisting of 20 pregnant women and 34 breastfeeding mothers. After the informative learning media for exclusive breastfeeding is made (in the form of video) it is used as an intervention tool, between pre and post intervention using the Wilxocon test, the significance value for the knowledge level is 0.001 and the attitude is 0.046 which means that there are differences in knowledge and attitudes before and after the intervention, while the behavior is 1,000 which means no there are differences before and after the intervention. The information media that is made should be an attraction for breastfeeding exclusively.