The ONE Conference is coming soon to San Diego and … Read more
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In this recently published article, a NICU research team from Maine Medical Center in the US interviewed 30 parents and grandparents of infants who had received cooling for HIE within the last 24 months.
These parents candidly share their stories … Read more
The 2nd month of the developmental care book club was held on May 29th.
We reviewed our first two chapters from the Developmental Care Text Book (NANN, 2009). Chapter 2 and Chapter 7.
Chapter 2 focused on … Read more
As a new mom, the NICU is a spectacular place in theory, especially if it isn’t necessary for my baby. We are grateful for its existence as a precaution, but obviously don’t want to face the reality of needing what … Read more
The trend of NeuroNICU is popping up all over the globe, but there is no standard definition of what makes a NICU a NeuroNICU.
What is a NeuroNICU
A NeuroNICU, or Neuro-Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, is a specialized unit within … Read more
Michelle Waddell has been working within the realm of NICU nursing for 33 years. Currently working as a neonatal clinical consultant, Michelle partners with developers like Slater Labs to create better products that serve NICU babies. She specifically focuses on … Read more
As I try and inspire myself to complete various tasks (work out, meal plan, homework, etc.) I usually have to find a motivator to help me get these jobs done and check them off my list. For many people not … Read more
I can’t think of a better place to have my morning cup of coffee then on a balcony overlooking a private beach and harbor. The smell and sounds of the ocean are the perfect way to start to my morning, … Read more