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"Zero separation. Together for better care! Infant and family-centered developmental care in times of Covid-19" - has been published by the Global Alliance of Newborn Care (GLANCE). Professor Dieter Wolke is a member of the Chair Committee of GLANCE.

A new report entitled “Zero separation. Together for better care! Infant and family-centred developmental care in times of COVID-19 – A global survey of parents’ experiences” (https://bit.ly/3quUcCI) was published by the Global Alliance of Newborn Care (GLANCE) jointly with other international organisations. The report indicates the large variations in access between neonatal units across the world and the plight of parents to be able to see and hold their babies in neonatal units during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Professor Wolke is a member of the Chair Committee of GLANCE

Thu 11 Nov 2021, 17:57 | Tags: EDandI