Neonatal transitional care should become a ‘must-have’ service
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Neonatal transitional care should become a ‘must-have’ service

Nick Evans Health writer

Draft British Association of Perinatal Medicine guidance sets out how transitional care should be provided in the future

Neonatal transitional care has been around for decades. The idea of providing halfway houses for mothers and babies who need support from neonatal staff was formed in the 1980s.

Nursing Children and Young People. 29, 7, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.29.7.8.s8

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