Learning to breathe again after the deaths of my twins, Nicholas & Sophia, my son, Alexander, and 6 miscarriages... and finding joy on the journey with my sweet preemie twins, Bobby & Maya, and our miracle TAC singletons, Michael, Lucas, and Ana.
Thursday, May 13, 2010
Tips for Medical Professionals
If you havent seen this, I strongly urge you to check it out and to share it with the medical professionals in your life.
What a well written, fantastic resource. I will be working with a friend of mine who is an OBS nurse at my local hospital soon to rework their babyloss materials and this will be a perfect help.
I found you through Tammy's blog. I'm a nurse (cardiac actually) but a dear friend lost her son at 39 weeks while I was a nursing student. This document should be required reading for all health care professionals who work in OB/NICU/PICU/PEDS. --Jules
Thanks for the link. I passed it on to a friend who sent it to the family center at our local hospital. This is too important of a resource to not be shared. Most people mean well, but unless they have experienced this kind of loss, they don't always get it.
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