Plans for US-style project for parents with babies in neonatal intensive care units
Nick Evans Health writer
Applications for the Sweeney Programme are being sought from UK neonatal intensive care units for the first time
Involving patients in the design of care is one of the ambitions of the NHS. But getting parents involved in such a highly-pressurised and fast-paced area as neonatal intensive care is easier said than done. However, the Point of Care Foundation is offering units the chance to do this by introducing its Sweeney Programme to neonatal services in the UK.
Nursing Children and Young People. 32, 3, 14-15. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.32.3.14.s12
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