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ISSN: 2690-5760

Journal of Clinical & Community Medicine

Research Article(ISSN: 2690-5760)

Adoption of the Maternal Role and the First Thousand Days Volume 3 - Issue 5

Dr a Cruz Xiomara Peraza de Aparicio*

  • Docente Carrera Enfermera, Guayaquil, Ecuador

Received:August 25, 2021;   Published: September 16, 2021

Corresponding author:Dr a Cruz Xiomara Peraza de Aparicio, Docente Carrera Enfermera, Guayaquil, Ecuador

DOI: 10.32474/JCCM.2021.03.000171


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Feeding women during pregnancy and the child’s diet in the first two years of life (the first 1000 days) are crucial for development and health at that time and in later stages in this line, the World Health Organization (WHO) points out in its Comprehensive Implementation Plan on Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition, which prioritizes actions to improve the development and health of children in the world by 2025. The objective of this work is to analyze the contributions of breastfeeding from the approach of Ramona Mercer, during the first 1000 days.

Methodology: Documentary research was carried out through a literature review. Optimal nutrition during the first 1000 days, ranging from conception to two years, is key to health throughout life. The review of several indexed articles shows that the first 1000 days are of vital importance for the achievement of the best development and long-term health, and thus constitute a fundamental strategic period for Primary Care and Collective Health, where the nursing professional provides care at the knowledge of his or her specialized knowledge.

Keywords:Role of Maternal Adoption; Nutrition; First 1000 days; Primary Care; Collective Health

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