Statement of the Problem
Maternal Barriers to Childhood Nutrition
Purpose of the study
The purpose of the study is to demonstrate how mothers can be aware and how best to address childhood nutrition.
What would be the childhood nutritional inequalities and concerns for mothers in Wake County, North Carolina?
A second interest in the study is to analyses Women Infant Child clinics and their clinic management. The examination of possible solutions for improvements in the administration of these clinics where there is an emphasis on education and hands on nutritional classes for the client.
1. What are the effects of nutritional education for Mothers and what would be the barriers for overall good nutrition for the children?
2. What are the responsibilities and responsiveness of a parent to child on the basis of their nutritional education?
3. Do parents play an important part in their children’s eating behaviors mindful of their economic, cultural, racial and ethnic backgrounds?
4. Women Infant Child clinic management in the near future.
The research title is
“Maternal Barriers to Childhood
The investigation will cover Healthcare inequalities. What would be the current health concerns associated with upbringing a child in this modern society.
What socio and economic situations can deter Mothers in offering breast milk instead of infant formula
With the new health care law what changes are expected to occur for childhood nutrition and pregnancy.
The different aspects of the research will demonstrate if there is a possible solution to addressing the complexity of maternal breast feeding v. formula intake.
Women Infant Child clinics, are they aiding in contributing to better health for children?
The format is as follows:
Chapters are as follows:
1. Introduction, Hypothesis
2. Small emphasis on the History of ChildHood Nutrition, age 0-5years. When were the beginnings of studies in the United States in regards to childhood nutrition.
4.Socio/Economic Determinants of Childhood Nutrition
b. Place of Residence
c. Maternal Status
5.Parental education and the new health care reform.
Detail summary to show possible scenarios and solutions for accessible health care for low income mothers.
6.Barriers to the use of Women Infant Child services in Raleigh, North Carolina
a.Clinic Management, b.Funding and c. Statistics of women who are using the services.
Summary of findings and final stand on the study.