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My NICU Network 17h
staff: do you try to involve parents in shared decision-making? This can even be done with simple matters such as deciding when to give their baby a bath. Think about how you can empower parents in this way.
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Shane Meahan Jan 16
Alright or I need your help. I've been looking for a Calgary based charity that donates to the NICU. I keep coming up empty. Do any of your followers know one?
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GOLD Neonatal 13h
Sucking and expression should start very early. The first hour of expression critically determines milk production. N.Bergman
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Sara Walsh 19h
Honored to host the Super Hero Gala In philly over the wknd, alongside . The goal is to get a camera into every room so parents that can’t be w/their baby 24/7 can see their baby 24/7.
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Gillian Bowker Jan 21
This will be an amazing piece of work PRM have implemented cue based feeding and it has help shift historical practice with positive results. I will be following with excitement 😊
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Fiona Lawson Jan 19
2nd good thing: offing jobs to 4 superb candidates and running the ads again in case there’s more superb candidates waiting in the wings. Recruitment is continuous but so satisfying. Trying to get standards.
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Fiona Lawson Jan 11
Ready! tomorrow 🤞🏻
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NANT Jan 20
Creating useful and needed resources for . Therapists, you inspire us every single day.
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Subpoena Thompson Jan 18
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GE Healthcare Jan 18
Nurses share words of encouragement for parents in the
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Parijat Deshpande Jan 13
You are your best advocate. Don't let doubt silence you. Speak up if something feels wrong.
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BabyFirst 23h
University of Maryland Children's Hospital gives parents tools to interact, bond with babies in the . Read more about the program here:
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SSNAP Jan 18
“There are good days and bad days. It will feel like a roller coaster, and you’ll have to be patient. Ask a lot of questions. If you don’t understand something, ask.” Notes from nurses to parents of babies.
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BROchet 12h
Crochet Fam!! These octopuses are doing wonders for preemies in NICU! It soothes them and the arms remind them of an umbilical cord! My daughter was a preemie so please, if you’re looking for a project! Donate to your local NICU!
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SSM Health 16h
We're so proud of this state-of-the-art so can care for our tiniest patients!
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Afif EL-Khuffash Jan 14
A Nice collaboration between our research conducted and international colleagues. Hopefully a step closer to solving the PDA conundrum in premature infants
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Joey Saxe Jan 21
This week our little 27 week miracle turned one! Being a premie parent is tough but it’s also rewarding. The most important lesson I learned this year is; You’re not born knowing how to quit! You’re born a fighter!
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Ni-Q Jan 13
Love all the professionals working to keep safe, warm, and growing. May 2018 bring you all good things.
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Our Family Code Jan 22
What NICU Nurses Want NICU Parents to Know - Our Family Code - via
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Jackie Jan 16
My friends are raising money for Bolton Neonatal intensive care unit who looked after us and our baby for the last week 💙
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