Research snapshot of review of fidelity of infant feeding interventions

Our review of fidelity of trials of infant feeding interventions was published in February in Annals of Behavioral Medicine – available here.

Our study found that the moderate use and/or reporting of strategies to improve and assess fidelity within trials of infant feeding interventions suggests that previous findings of inconsistent effectiveness may not fully reflect the intended interventions.

This research snapshot was created by Rebekah Roy, a HRB Trials Methodology Research Network summer student working with Dr Elaine Toomey over the summer, in an attempt to make our study more accessible and informative!

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