The importance of studying follow-up of very preterm infants – parent’s statements about participating in the SHIPS study
9 May 2017
EFCNI, the European Foundation for the Care of Newborn Infants, is an important partner of the SHIPS project, providing a link between researchers and parents. The SHIPS Parent Advisory Board, constituted by EFCNI, involves parent representatives from all over Europe, who add valuable patient perspectives and personal experiences to the project. We have asked members of the SHIPS parental advisory board – who are all affected with preterm birth – why they think the SHIPS project is important. Have a view on their perspectives below (click for a bigger picture)!