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Patient Couns Health Educ. 1980 2d Quart;2(2):84-6.

Teaching parents with high-risk infants in the home.


Forty families evaluated the effectiveness of the newborn intensive care coordinator's teaching in helping them to adjust to caring for their high-risk infants after discharge from a newborn intensive care center. The families described the coordinator as an effective teacher and a trusted person who was available, gave emotional support, and made them feel competent as parents. The families recommended that the newborn intensive care coordinator work with other families with similar problems.

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