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A delicate subject: The impact of cultural factors on neonatal and perinatal decision making

April 17th 2014 | S. Van McCrary∗, H.C. Green, A. Combs, J.P. Mintzer, J.G. Quirk

Abstract. Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is a high-stress environment for both families and health care providers that can sometimes make appropriate medical decisions challenging. We present a review article of non-medical barriers to effective decision making in the NICU, including: miscommunication,...

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