Neonatal Nurses NICU Quality Improvement: Embracing EBP Recommendations to Provide Parent Psychosocial Support

@article{Purdy2017NeonatalNN,
  title={Neonatal Nurses NICU Quality Improvement: Embracing EBP Recommendations to Provide Parent Psychosocial Support},
  author={Isabell B. Purdy and Mary Alice Melwak and Joan Renaud Smith and Carole Kenner and Rebecca Chuffo-Siewert and Donna J. Ryan and Pamela A. Geller and S. J. Hall},
  journal={Advances in Neonatal Care},
  year={2017},
  volume={17},
  pages={33–44}
}
  • Isabell B. Purdy, Mary Alice Melwak, +5 authors S. J. Hall
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    Advances in neonatal care…
    2017
  • Medicine
  • Background: The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can be a stressful environment for infants, their families, and the healthcare team. There is an immediate need for neonatal nurses to embrace and translate the new National Perinatal Association recommendations for psychosocial support of NICU parents into clinical practice to demonstrate best practices for infants, their families, and the whole team. Purpose: To summarize the current evidence-based practice recommendations and to provide… CONTINUE READING

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