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Edited by Victoria Kain, RN, MN, NICC, PhD and Trudi Mannix, RN, RM, NICC, Grad Dip Health Couns, MN (Child Health), PhD, NBO
616 pagesCopyright 2023$72.99, Evolve, Reference
Written by neonatal nurses and midwives for nurses and midwives, the 2nd edition highlights the collaborative nature of neonatal care and the provision of individualised, developmentally and culturally appropriate, family-centred care.
Spanning all neonatal care levels and considerations, across special care baby units (SCBU) and neonatal intensive care units (NICU), the text comprehensively addresses newborn screening, resuscitation, interdisciplinary teamwork, retrievals and transport; stabilisation of the high-risk newborn; legal and ethical issues; care of the normal newborn and end-of-life care in the neonatal unit.
With an increased focus on the role of the midwife within the neonatal environment, the text is ideally suited to undergraduate nursing and midwifery students and as an introductory text for postgraduate neonatal intensive care specialisation.
Additional resources on Evolve:
Extensively revised content on neonatal nutrition and fluid management
Edited by Victoria Kain, RN, MN, NICC, PhD, Director of Undergraduate Programs (Nursing)., School of Nursing and Midwifery, Nathan Campus, Griffith University.
and Trudi Mannix, RN, RM, NICC, Grad Dip Health Couns, MN (Child Health), PhD, NBO
, Assessor (Newborn Behavioural Observations), Lecturer, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Flinders University.