Foundations of developmental care.

@article{Browne2011FoundationsOD,
  title={Foundations of developmental care.},
  author={Joy V. Browne and Robert D White},
  journal={Clinics in perinatology},
  year={2011},
  volume={38 4},
  pages={xv-xvii}
}
Advances in neonatal care have led to better survival for high-risk newborns, but serious questions remain regarding neurodevelopmental outcomes. The impact on the developing brain of the physical, care-giving, and family environments has received growing attention. In large part, the catalyst for bringing these research findings into clinical practice came from national meetings and study groups of scientists, clinicians, administrators, and architects headed by Dr Stanley Graven. This volume… CONTINUE READING

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