Here are some articles related to Neonatal Nursing that you might find of interest.
The Human Incubator -
An interesting article by Tina Rosenberg
Council of International Neonatal Nurses (COINN) on the Move!
Journal of Neonatal Nursing (2010) 16, 190e191
Maternal Deaths Decline Sharply Across the Globe
For the first time in decades, researchers are reporting a significant drop worldwide in the number of women dying each year from pregnancy and childbirth, to about 342,900 in 2008 from 526,300 in 1980.
Improving the Profession of Nursing in Slovenia
Nursing Science Quarterly, 11/03/2009
Hyperthyroidism during pregnancy
Treating Depression During Pregnancy: Update on Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors The Female Patient, 07/08/09
Reasons Why Women Do Not Initiate Breastfeeding: A Southeastern State Study
Women's Health Issues 07/13/09
Study: Bacteria may be link in sudden baby deaths
A baffling phenomenon known as sudden infant death syndrome is one of the leading causes of death for children under 1. Now, British researchers say they may have found a contributing factor: bacteria.
They found potentially dangerous bacteria such as Staphylococcus aureus and E. coli in nearly half of all babies who died suddenly and without explanation over a decade at a London hospital. Their findings are in Friday's Lancet medical journal.