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Neonatal Resources, the Podcast is the brainchild Darla, Michelle, and Rebecca, created to share and explore all things NICU. We combine our 40+ combined years of bedside nursing and a passion for our babies with a little humor to dive deep into the neonatal world. Whether you’re a seasoned NICU nurse, a new grad, or a student hoping to join the ranks, we hope you’ll find some great information…and share some laughs.
 
Having a baby on a neonatal ward is a traumatic experience no matter how well your baby is doing. The wires, the bleeps, the medical terminology can all add up to create an environment that can feel really isolating and worlds away from what you had expected when you first saw your baby on an ultrasound. Through listening to other parents experiences and speaking to doctors, surgeons, mental health workers and everyone in-between, this podcast aims to make you feel less alone and more suppor ...
 
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Cross Section (AAP Neonatal-Perinatal)

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Cross Section (AAP Neonatal-Perinatal)

Podcast from the AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine

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Cross Section is the unofficial podcast for members of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 4,000 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individuals about their work. The views expressed in this podcast are those of the individuals featured and do not necessarily reflect the po ...
 
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Joining Darla to discuss Eat Sleep Console are Lisa a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner in Arizona and Jocelyn a Registered Nurse in Arizona. Lisa and Jocelyn are part of an outreach program which follows substance exposed infants and their families through their abstinence journeys.द्वारा Darla, Michelle, and Rebecca
 
Hosted by Darla, this episode features Sarah Ward Author of "Our NICU Journey" and a NICU mom. Sarah discusses her experiences, her motivation behind writing her book, and some hopes for the future of NICU. Join us on our website, where we have shared some amazing resources for NICU families and professionals! Littlewardbooks.com is where you can f…
 
Episode Notes: TTN vs RDS Neonatal Resources, the Podcast Listen to Michelle and Darla compare and contrast transient tachypnea of the newborn with respiratory distress syndrome. They talk about: Risk factors Who is most likely to be impacted The importance of developmental care Clinical management There is quite a bit of surfactant discussion, and…
 
Perhaps the cutest of the ages, the “almost grown enough to skip the NICU” moderate preterm babies are the topic this week. These babies are 32 and 0/7-weeks to 33 and 6/7-weeks but the discussion extends to the late pretermers who find themselves in a NICU. There has been so much research in the last few years about these babies and the things tha…
 
In this week’s gestational age episode, we talk about late preterm babies…you know, those “not-sure-how-I-am-gonna-act-just-yet” 34-36 weekers (and why they scare Michelle). We explore: · Betamethasone for mom and how recommendations have changed · Cold stress and bathing · How to use your resources (like this podcast!) · Why these babies are never…
 
The second episode in our gestational age series, today we talk about early-term (near-term)/term infants in the NICU. These are babies born between 37 0/7-weeks and 40 6/7-weeks. We talk about: What on Earth brings these babies to the NICU?! Assessment findings and expectations for uncomplicated newborns What findings should make you really suspic…
 
Episode Description: The first in a series of episodes looking at gestational age in the neonatal population. In this episode, we look at late-term and post-term babies, defined as 41+0/7-weeks or greater. Always the dyad expert, (and the only one of us not intimidated by these babies,) Darla helps us break down: What a late-term/post-term pregnanc…
 
Thanks for joining us for our pilot episode of Neonatal Resources, the Podcast! We are so excited to get to share with you our passion for this incredible population. We hope that, as the show grows, we can grow together and share practices, insights, and stories. We are nurses, but this isn't limited to nursing. This podcast is aimed at anyone pra…
 
In this episode we meet Dylan and Vicky whose daughter Ruby was taken to neonatal shortly after she was born and sadly never came home. Dylan and Vicky have shared their story in the hope that it can help others realise they are not alone. There are also some charitable organisations that can offer support including SANDS – Stillborn and neonatal d…
 
After spending time in neonatal it’s common for parents to struggle with their mental health but sometimes that struggle becomes invasive and it can begin to control and dominate your life. This episode looks at some of the more dominating struggles parents can have and at the support that is available There are also some charitable organisations t…
 
This episode looks at how it’s almost expected for parents to struggle with their mental health when they have spent time in neonatal. The unit is traumatic and intense and parents can spend weeks feeling on edge and fearful and that is bound to have an impact. Here we look at some of the common mental health issues parents can have, at why they oc…
 
Going home is everyone’s goal and there is a sense of relief that theterrifying part of your baby’s life is over but often it’s not that simple and parents can find being out of a clinical environment challenging. In this episode we look at some of those challenges and how to tackle them There are some charitable organisations that can be really he…
 
This episode is about settling into neonatal. Everyone’s journey is different both in terms of the time a baby might spend in the unit and the obstacles they might face. Despite this there are a lot of common thoughts and feelings that parents share and we look at some of these in this episode There are also some charitable organisations that can b…
 
In this episode we meet Michelle and Tim whose daughter Freya was born at 25 weeks and at 26 weeks was diagnosed with necrotising enterocolitis (NEC). This episode looks at Freya’s surgery and the neonatal experience that went with it. You can find out more about NEC here There are also some charitable organisations that can be really helpful inclu…
 
This episode looks at how hard it can be when you have children at home as well as in the neonatal unit. How can you even begin to include them? Should you include them? How can you split your time so that everyone feels loved and supported? There are also some charitable organisations that can be really helpful including Bliss – they offer advice …
 
This episode looks at practical ways of helping you to bond with your baby whilst remembering that it is hard on neonatal and it is common for things to feel difficult. There aresome charitable organisations that can be really helpful including Bliss – they offer advice for parents of premature and sick babies Mind – for better mental health Views …
 
This episode looks at how common it is to find it difficult to bond with your baby especially when your baby is on a neonatal unit. It looks at different parents experiences and the scientific and biological reasons why bonding can be hard. More information on this topic can be found here: There are also some charitable organisations that can be re…
 
This episode looks at what it’s like meeting your baby for the first time when your baby has had to be taken to neonatal. They could be premature or fullterm and often don’t look how you imagined whether that’s because of their size, development or the wires and medical equipment they’re attached to. More information on the issues raised in this ep…
 
Having a baby who has to go to neonatal can be scary. Whether your baby is premature or full term, it's not something we hope for and often can happen unexpectedly or with little notice. This episode looks at what the neonatal unit is, who it's for and what you can expect. More information on the issues raised in this episode can be found by follow…
 
This podcast looks at the highs and the lows of life on the neonatal unit. Recorded with Leeds Children's Hospital and funded by Leeds Hospitals Charity, this podcast is hosted by Caroline Verdon and Kerry Bickerdike . They have both had babies on the neonatal unit and know first hand how hard it can be. The hope is that by sharing their stories an…
 
In this episode of Neonatal Conversations Associate Professor Kath Carmo sits down to chat with Paediatric Intensivist Dr Elena Cavazzoni to demystify ECMO. They discuss when and why we might institute ECMO in the newborn, the risks and benefits and how we might all collaborate better to ensure the best outcomes for our tiniest patients…
 
Cross Section - Jan 2021 Advocacy Round-up (Baumberger, Johnson, Shah, Lucke, Lou) by Podcast from the AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicineद्वारा Podcast from the AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
 
In this neonatal conversation I talk with Nadine Griffiths - clinical nurse consultant and PhD candidate, about caring for the whole baby as a developing person, in the NICU and in the retrieval context.द्वारा Kathryn Browning Carmo
 
Cross Section - Taking Donor Milk to the State House (Canvasser, Shah, Patel) by Podcast from the AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicineद्वारा Podcast from the AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
 
Joining neonatal conversations today is Dr Yishay Orr - Australia's only female paediatric cardiac surgeon. We discuss in depth the preoperative care of the baby with hypoplastic left heart syndrome among other aspects of life as a surgeon for small babies.द्वारा Kathryn Browning Carmo
 
Cross Section - Why the Census Matters to Neonatologists (William O'Hare) by Podcast from the AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicineद्वारा Podcast from the AAP Section on Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
 
Cross Section is the official podcast of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 3,500 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individua…
 
Cross Section is the official podcast of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 3,500 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individua…
 
Cross Section is the official podcast of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 3,500 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individua…
 
Cross Section is the official podcast of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 3,500 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individua…
 
Cross Section is the official podcast of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 3,500 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individua…
 
Cross Section is the official podcast of the Section on Neonatal Perinatal Medicine of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Neonatal Section represents more than 3,500 neonatologists and clinicians who are committed to caring for the nation’s smallest and most vulnerable patients. In Cross Section, we hear first-hand from some of those individua…
 
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