Program puts providers in the shoes of preterm babies

03/3/2011 | Daily News Journal (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), The

Doctors, nurses and other staff at the neonatal intensive care unit in Baptist Hospital and Middle Tennessee Medical Center, in a program called "Preemie for a Day," took part in multisensory sessions that allowed them to act and mimic the experience of preterm infants from birth to NICU stay. The three four-hour sessions also included lessons on positioning and handling of preemies as well as supportive care, feeding methods and communication between families and providers.

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