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In this episode, Dr. Hall:
- Discusses the Interdisciplinary Recommendations for Psychosocial Support of NICU Parents
- Describes why the mental health of families is just as important as the physical health of babies
- Shares how psychosocial issues can affect parents’ ability to bond with baby
- Defines the incidence of anxiety, depression, and PTSD of the NICU parent
- Provides examples of interventions that help alleviate and/or prevent anxiety, depression, and PTSD in NICU parents
- Describes communication best practices between the parents and NICU professionals
- Reviews the importance of peer-to-peer support during the NICU journey
- Defines Family Centered Developmental Care
- Discusses the role of mental health professionals in the NICU
- Describes the concept of "Family Integrated Care"
- Provides and update on Palliative Care in the NICU
The Learning Objectives:
- Identify at least one emotional or psychological distress commonly experienced by parents in the NICU
- Describe the impact of parental mental health on parent-infant bonding and/or long-term outcomes for NICU infants
- Select best practices for supporting families after a loss
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT
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*This course has been approved by CA BRN CE Provider #15417; and credit earned may be eligible for reciprocity in other states and regions, as well as for other disciplines. Please verify eligibility by visiting the website for your state or certifying body.
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