Navigating between technological and relational practice in neonatal care
As innovations in neonatal practice require clinicians to engage with increasingly technological medicine, staff must also prioritise family-integrated and relationship-centred care. These two modes of practice can compete for clinicians’ psychological resources. In this article I explore the implications of this dilemma and identify some ideas that might be useful in navigating the intersection of technological and relational practice.
Clinical Psychologist Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust
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