SUPPORTING PRETERM INFANT ATTACHMENT AND SOCIOEMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: STAFF PERCEPTIONS.

@article{Twohig2016SUPPORTINGPI,
  title={SUPPORTING PRETERM INFANT ATTACHMENT AND SOCIOEMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE UNIT: STAFF PERCEPTIONS.},
  author={Aoife Twohig and Udo Reulbach and Ricardo Figuerdo and Anthony J. McCarthy and Fiona Prof. McNicholas and Eleanor J Molloy},
  journal={Infant mental health journal},
  year={2016},
  volume={37 2},
  pages={
          160-71
        }
}
The infant-parent relationship has been shown to be of particular significance to preterm infant socioemotional development. Supporting parents and infants in this process of developing their relationships is an integral part of neonatal intensive care; however, there is limited knowledge of NICU staff perceptions about this aspect of care. To explore NICU staff perceptions about attachment and socioemotional development of preterm infants, experience of training in this area and the emotional… CONTINUE READING
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