1- NIDCAP certification: NIDCAP benefits any infant admitted to the NICU in addition to his/her parents; this approach promotes parental bonding and involvement and ultimately improves infants’ outcome.
2-Weekly developmental care round in NICU
3-Medical and nursing staff education about developmental care practices.
4- Quality improvement (QI) projects:infant positioning, implementation of Kangaroo care, promotion of breastfeeding in the NICU, implementation of quiet time and improving admission temperature of preterm infants.
Validation of the Arabic Version of the Parental Stressor Scale:Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (PSS: NICU)
Targeted educational program improves infant positioning practice in the NICU
Structured educational intervention leads to better infant positioning in the NICU
Sensorimotor therapy and time to full oral feeding in 33 weeks infants
Implementing NIDCAP training in a low-middle-income country: Comparing nurses and physicians' attitudes