Caring for premature babies

How healthcare workers support their youngest patients.

When a baby is born early, this can come with several complications and fears, for both parents and clinicians. To celebrate World Premature Day on 17 November, this episode looks at this important topic.

Inci Candemir is a premature baby parent educator and the author of several books on the subject. She speaks to us about what both parents and clinicians need to know, and how to best handle all the difficulties and uncertainties that may come with a premature birth.

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The show is presented by Elna Schütz and recorded by Solid Gold Podcast Studios.
17 Nov 2023 English South Africa Health & Fitness · Personal Journals

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