NICU discharge planning and beyond: recommendations for parent psychosocial support

@inproceedings{Purdy2015NICUDP,
  title={NICU discharge planning and beyond: recommendations for parent psychosocial support},
  author={Isabell B Purdy and John W. Craig and Paula Zeanah},
  booktitle={Journal of Perinatology},
  year={2015}
}
Parents will interact with a multitude of teams from various disciplines during their child’s admission to the neonatal intensive care unit. Recognition of the emotional stressors experienced by these parents is a first step in working to provide the crucial support and parenting skills needed for bonding and caring for their infant from admission through discharge and beyond. Family-centered care involves time-sensitive two-way communication between parents and the multidisciplinary team… CONTINUE READING
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