Comforting Your Baby In Intensive Care by Professor Linda Franck: Now Available Free-of-Charge

 

Now Available New Multimedia Edition free-of-charge (iBook* and pdf formats**)

 

  • A booklet written for parents to help them learn about infant pain and the important role parents can play, in partnership with the health care team, to keep their baby comfortable during intensive care 
  • The evidence-based information can also be useful to health care professionals as a teaching aid to promote parent engagement and family-centered care

 

  • This booklet helps parents learn about:
    • How babies feel pain and how it affects them
    • How to tell if your baby is in pain
    • How to help make a more comfortable environment for your baby
    • Things that you can do to comfort your baby

 

*iBook Versions – English and Spanish: Open iBooks app on the iPad, tap Store, search title (Comforting your baby in intensive care), download the desired language edition. Note: not yet available for iPhone or other tablet devices       
 

**PDF Versions

Download PDF of Comforting Your Baby In Intensive Care by Linda Franck in English                        

Download PDF of Comforting Your Baby In Intensive Care by Linda Franck in Spanish

**Poster
Poster of Comforting Your Baby In Intensive Care by Linda Franck

For more information about any of these resources, please email Professor Franck: [email protected]
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