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  1. Nurturing Families and Ourselves: The Role of a Child Life Specialist in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

    Resource Type: Poster
    Creator: Carrie Myers, MEd, CCLS, Gina Costy, BSN, RN, Stephanie Sigmon, BSN, RN, Heather Stephens, BSN, RNC, and Kim Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC
    Keyword: Social work, Penn State Hershey Nursing, Child life, and Neonatal care
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-01-03T20:28:10Z
  2. Electrical Grounding Is Associated With Decreased Sympathetic Activity In Preterm Neonates

    Resource Type: Poster
    Creator: Richard Jack, MD, Kim Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC, and Charles Palmer, MBChB
    Keyword: Pediatrics, Penn State Hershey Nursing, and Neonatal care
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-01-03T20:21:55Z
  3. Polymorphisms of HTR2C (Serotonin Receptor Gene) are Associated with Differences in Post-handling Cortisols in Preterm Infants

    Resource Type: Poster
    Creator: Kim Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC, Fumiyuki Gardner, MD, Douglas Teti, MD, Charles Palmer, MD, Shigekazu Sugino, MD, and Piotri Janicki, MD
    Keyword: neonatal, Penn State Hershey Nursing, and Case study
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-01-03T20:07:37Z
  4. Quality Improvement (QI) Initiative on Reducing the Incidence of Necrotizing Enterocolitis.

    Resource Type: Poster
    Creator: Mustafa Sulemanji, MD, MPH, Lori Speck, BSN, RN, Natasha Miller, MSN, RN, Natalie Schmidt, RNC, Coleen Greecher, MS, RD, Kim Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC, Mary Lewis, MSN, RNC, and Charles Palmer, MBChB
    Keyword: Penn State Hershey Nursing
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-01-03T19:55:54Z
  5. Stress Behaviors and Heart Rate Variability Measures during the First Week of Life Predict Preterm Infants’ Vulnerability for Later Colic Symptoms

    Resource Type: Poster
    Creator: Kim Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC, Fumiyuki Gardner, MD, and Alberto Travagli, MD
    Keyword: Penn State Hershey Nursing
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-01-03T19:39:20Z
  6. Vagal Tone is a Non-Invasive Predictor of Feeding Intolerance and NEC-risk in Preterm Infants

    Resource Type: Poster
    Creator: Kim Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC, Fumiyuki Gardner, MD, Kirsteen Browning, MD, and Alberto Travagli, MD
    Keyword: Penn State Hershey Nursing
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-01-03T19:36:53Z
  7. Sacred Spaces: Family Functioning and Religious Coping in the NICU

    Resource Type: Poster
    Creator: Gina Brelsford, PhD and Kim Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC
    Keyword: Neonatal, Penn State Hershey Nursing, and Family centered care
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2017-01-03T19:34:44Z
  8. Music and Mother's Voice as a Therapeutic Intervention for Convalescing Preterm Infants in the NICU

    Resource Type: and Poster
    Creator: Christina Myers, MMT, MT-BC, Fumiyuki Chin, PhD, Janice Stouffer, MT-BC, and Kim K Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC
    Keyword: Penn State Hershey Nursing and NICU
    Subject: Music Therapy, Neonatal, NICU, and Mother's Voice
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2014-03-10T16:05:19Z
  9. A Descriptive Study of Neonatal Nurses Perceptions, Knowledge, and Practice on Support of Breastfeeding in the NICU

    Resource Type: and Poster
    Creator: Heather Stephens, BSN, RN, Barbara Shocker, MEd, RN, IBCLC, Karen Campbell, RN, IBCLC, Melissa Koonce, BSN, RN, Lori Berkel, BSN, RNC, Lindsay Zaleski, BSN, RN, Kim K. Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC, and Mary Lewis, MSN, RNC
    Keyword: Neonatal Nursing, Breastfeeding, Penn State Hershey Nursing, and NICU
    Subject: Breastfeeding and Neonatal nursing
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2013-11-21T15:06:13Z
  10. Roar No More: A Quality Assurance Project to Reduce Sound Levels in the NICU

    Resource Type: and Poster
    Creator: Catherine Wenner, BSN, RNC, Maria Medina, RN, Cynthia Marco, RNC, Casey Voelmle, BSN, RN, Marilee Snyder, BS, RNC, Lori Merkel, BSN, RNC, Elizabeth Matteson, MS, NNP-BC, Kim K. Doheny, PhD, NNP-BC, Sandra Shiley, RN, Alissa Bergstresser, BSN, RN, Lynn Freeze, RNC, Cynthia Townsend, RNC, and April Adley, MHA, RN
    Keyword: Sound Levels, Penn State Hershey Nursing, Neonates, Quality, NICU, and Noise
    Subject: Noise Levels, Neonatal nursing, and Neonates
    Object Type: GenericWork
    Date Uploaded: 2013-11-20T15:32:23Z