Charlene Cannon-Heinrich

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BACKGROUND Parents need compassionate care when an infant dies. Nurses can provide such care and possibly facilitate grieving, yet often have inadequate preparation in bereavement/end-of-life care. OBJECTIVE To describe neonatal nurses' perceptions of bereavement/end-of-life care of families of critically ill and/or dying infants. METHODS A(More)
AIM To design and implement an intervention to reduce ear drainage and subsequent sepsis evaluation and treatment in the neonatal intensive care unit. METHODS From 2008 to 2011, we observed an increase in the rates of ear drainage warranting investigation. Data collection was performed from 1991 to 2013 on 50 cases. Preliminary analysis revealed an(More)
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