Neonatal support plans fail the most vulnerable
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Neonatal support plans fail the most vulnerable

Doreen Crawford Nurse adviser, Crawford McKenzie, Nursing Children and Young People

Somewhat lost in the recent Brexit frenzy was an opportunity to participate in a government consultation on extending leave entitlement for the parents of infants admitted to neonatal units. Perhaps money, work and leave are not the first thoughts of parents worried about their premature or sick infant, but the unexpected costs of admission will soon affect these families.

Nursing Children and Young People. 31, 6, 5-5. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.31.6.5.s1

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