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Transition to parenthood in the neonatal care unit: a qualitative study and conceptual model designed to illuminate parent and professional views of the impact of webcam technology
Complications during pregnancy, childbirth and/or the postnatal period may result in the admission of a baby to a neonatal unit (NNU). While the survival and long-term prospects of high-risk infants are enhanced by admission, the enforced separation of the parent … Continue reading
People from remote areas in Scotland whose children are born prematurely can find it hard to come and visit them. The Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow, where many of these babies begin their lives, has been trialling the use … Continue reading
Recent experiences of parents with premature babies or sick newborns have been added to the Bliss website. To read more visit their News page.