Why is it relevant to consider families as primary caregivers of their baby? What are the effects of mother-infant separations and what are the four C’s of closeness?
Among others, those were the questions addressed by the webinar of the British Association for Perinatal Medicine (BAPM) – a partner of the FiCare research group. A set of excellent international speakers gave presentations all under the heading of “Getting to Zero Separation: Prioritising Family Integrated Care for our new normal” and thus underlined the importance of family-centred care. EFCNI Chairwoman and founder of GLANCE, Silke Mader was one of them and highlighted “The need of a global voice for preterm and sick newborns and their families”. She talked about GLANCE and its campaign Zero separation. Together for better care! and underlined the importance of giving parents the chance to become their child’s voice and enable them to care for their baby together with the NICU staff.
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