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Dr. Fatin Tamim Lactation and Nutrition

Fatin Tamim is a wife and mother of three children, who spent life hard-working, studying, and participating in raising community health awareness and related activities.  She is a Ph.D. candidate, nutritionist, public health specialist, and maternal and child health specialist. She is the first specialized  Lactation Consultant working in a private lactation consultation clinic in Jordan. Most of her clinical experience (1991-2007) was at Ministry of Health, Jordan, as a trainer and coordinator of breastfeeding counseling & management program as well as in Baby Friendly Hospital Initiation program and accreditation at a pediatric hospital, medical educator and coordinator, nurse-midwife supervisor, nurse-midwife of a primary health care centers, and nurse-midwife  in  emergency,  medical,  surgical,  neonatal, labor  and  delivery  units  in 
governmental hospitals. Interested in and assisted in several research studies done by researchers at Jordan University of Science & Technology. She was a research assistant in a randomized clinical trial study titled by "Maternal Nutrition during Labor", published in Jordan  Medical Journal, 2007. Additional to research experiences, she had performed a case-control study titled by “A comparison between the effects of different patterns of maternal nutrition during labor on labor and birth outcomes”.  She loves babies and interested in supporting mamas, helping them, managing their health issues step by step, considering the members of her family

Articles By Dr. Fatin Tamim:

13 Special Health Conditions that Affect Breastfeeding
Some babies are born with a special health situation that may interfere with or make breastfeeding more difficult. However, in some situations, breastfeeding is still the...
8 Things will Help you Succeed in Breastfeeding
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How to Track the Success of Breastfeeding?
The desire to breastfeed is instinctive as the baby seeking to be breastfed; however, breastfeeding itself is not instinctive, it only needs patience and resilience. The...
Most Asked Questions About Breastfeeding Multiples Answered!
Congratulations mom! You are one of the lucky ones to have double (or triple) blessings. We know that at some point it can be overwhelming...
Is Breastfeeding The Same As Formula Feeding?
Breastfeeding is widely acknowledged as the ideal method of providing optimal infant nutrition. Breastmilk is the most complete food for babies and, it provides them...
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