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When a Baby Is Sent Away: Evidence to Support Best Practice After Neonatal Transport

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Every day neonates are transported from the birth hospital to a tertiary neonatal care center. Separation of mother and neonate in the hours immediately following birth interrupts the bonding process and can have long-term implications for the mother–child relationship. This article synthesizes the literature focused on mothers' experiences with a neonate being transported to a tertiary NICU and identifies evidence-based practices specific to these situations.
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Keywords: BONDING; MOTHER–INFANT; NEONATE; SEPARATION; TRANSPORT

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 01 May 2018

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