EFCNI guest article by Mandy Daly, Irish Neonatal Health Alliance: We all benefit from high-quality follow-up programmes
13 April 2017
As part of EFCNI’s series of guest articles, Mandy Daly from INHA (the Irish Neonatal Health Alliance) shares her view on the importance of research on existing follow-up programmes for preterm infants. She stresses the importance of families to participate in research, being the key for evaluating these programmes and essentially for improving outcomes for preterm infants. SHIPS “provides the ideal platform for families to shape the neonatal landscape of the future”.
Read the full article here.