Caring for Dying Infants: A Systematic Review of Healthcare Providers’ Perspectives of Neonatal Palliative Care

& Marie Nicole Hamel
Objectives:The palliative and hospice care movement has expanded significantly in the United States since the 1960s. Neonatal end of life care, in particular, is a developing area of practice requiring healthcare providers to support terminally ill newborns and their families, to minimize suffering at the end of the neonate’s life. This paper seeks to systematically summarize healthcare providers’ perspectives related to end of life, in order to identify needs and inform future directions.Methods:Informed by the...
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