Northwestern Survey, App Tackle Post-NICU Stress

Northwestern University clinicians are tackling the stress felt by parents of medically vulnerable infants with tools including a smartphone app that manages infants’ health data, educates on common neonatal ICU issues, and supports mothers’ and fathers’ mental health.

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I am the mother of an almost 14 yr-old who was born at 27 weeks, 1 lb. 8 oz, 12 inches. In my opinion this is one of the best things I've heard about for parents with premature babies. I certainly would have benefited from this type of information especially to have it at my finger tips. Of course then I didn't have a smartphone, but even a website to log onto to access this information would have been a great help.
Posted by Cindy P | Tuesday, September 02 2014 at 8:38AM ET
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