Research published by Healthy Children Project, Inc. faculty in leading industry publications continue to be popular reads for 2019. Five articles are still among the top downloaded on these sites:
- Medical Hypotheses: “A plausible causal relationship between the increased use of fentanyl as an obstetric analgesic and the current opioid epidemic in the US,” written by Kajsa Brimdyr and Karin Cadwell.
- Maternal Child Nutrition: “An implementation algorithm to improve skin-to-skin practice in the first hour after birth,” published by Kajsa Brimdyr, Karin Cadwell, Jeni Stevens, and Yuki Takahashi.
- Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine: “Mapping, Measuring, and Analyzing the Process of Skin-to-Skin Contact and Early Breastfeeding in the First Hour After Birth,” authored by Karin Cadwell, Kajsa Brimdyr and Raylene Phillips.
- Early Human Development: “The effect of labor medications on normal newborn behaviour in the first hour after birth: A prospective cohort study,” written by Kajsa Brimdyr, Karin Cadwell, Ann-Marie Widström, Kristin Svensson and Rayle Phillips
- Birth Issues in Perinatal Care: “The Association Between Common Labor Drugs and Suckling When Skin-to-Skin During the First Hour After Birth,” authored by Kajsa Brimdyr, Karin Cadwell, Ann-Marie Widström, Kristin Svensson, Monica Neumann, Elaine Hart, Sarah Harrington, and Raylene Phillips.
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