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Jackson, Barbara J.

Follow-Up for NICU Graduates

Jackson, Barbara J. - Follow-Up for NICU Graduates, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Introduction

1. Introduction
Howard Needelman

Part II. NICU Background

2. Developmental Care in theNursery
Sandra Willett

3. Utilizing Neonatal Brain Imaging to Predict Neurodevelopmental Outcomes
Eric S. Peeples

4. Social-Emotional Development in Early Childhood: Normative, NICU Considerations, and Application in NICU Follow-Up Programs for At-Risk Infants and Their Families
Robin H. Adair

Part III. Populations at Risk

5. Premature Infants: Issues Associated with Prematurity
Marie A. Clark, Nina Sand-Loud

6. Premature Infants: The Behavioral Phenotype of the Preterm Survivor
Paige Terrien Church, Rudaina Banihani, Maureen Luther, Patricia Maddalena, Elizabeth Asztalos

7. The Late Preterm Infant
Katherine Steingass, Lindsay Bartram, Anita Narayanan

8. Neonatal Encephalopathy
Rudaina Banihani, Paige Terrien Church, Maureen Luther, Patricia Maddalena, Elizabeth Asztalos

9. Genetic Considerations in Infants with Congenital Anomalies
Elizabeth A. Sellars, G. Bradley Schaefer

10. Environmental Risks to NICU Outcomes
Douglas Vanderbilt, Christine Mirzaian, Kelly Schifsky

Part IV. Issues in Clinic Organization

11. HRIF Clinic Organization: A Statewide Approach
Anne DeBattista

12. Personnel in the NICU Follow-Up Clinic
Cheryl A. Milford

13. Financing NICU Follow-Up Programs
Lauren A. Boyd

14. Issues in Neurodevelopmental Testing of Infants Born Prematurely: The Bayley Scales of Infant Development Third Edition and Other Tools
Glen P. Aylward

15. Best Practices in Test Construction for Developmental-Behavioral Measures: Quality Standards for Reviewers and Researchers
Frances Page Glascoe, John Cairney

Part V. Relation to Early Intervention and the Medical Home

16. Primer on Special Education
Holly Roberts, Benjamin Kennert

17. Early Intervention for NICU Graduates
Kerry Miller

18. Quality Coordinated Health Care for the High-Risk Infant: The Evolving Concept of the Medical Home
Linda Copeland, Shalin Parekh

19. The State of Neonatal Follow-Up Programs
Brian Tang

Part VI. Conclusion

20. Concluding Thoughts
Howard Needelman

Keywords: Psychology, Developmental Psychology, Pediatrics, Neurosciences

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2018
Language
en
Edition
1
Category
Psychology
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319732756
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-73274-9

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