New Resource: Voices from the Field: COVID-19 & Infant Feeding

The U.S. Breastfeeding Committee has published a synthesis document titled "Voices from the Field: COVID-19 & Infant Feeding." As communities around the nation respond to the global coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, the infant feeding landscape has rapidly shifted. The USBC is collecting stories from families, clinicians, and allied health workers to create a public record of the lived experiences of families and providers. The stories demonstrate the impact of the virus, as well as the policy responses that are shaping the lives of families and communities. This document is a synthesis of 55 stories that were shared with the USBC from March 20 through April 9. Synthesis documents will be published on an ongoing basis. Individuals are encouraged to continue sharing stories via USBC's online tool titled "How is the COVID-19 Pandemic Impacting Infant Feeding?".

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