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DISTINGUISHING PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND MANAGEMENT OF BRACHIAL PLEXUS INJURIES - Video 1


Published on: 04.21.2009
Associated with: October 2005, Volume 5, Issue 5;

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Creator: Jennifer Canvasser, MSW
NEC Society
Duration: 2:21
Jennifer Canvasser, founder and director of the NEC Society, discusses the critical importance of communication with parents of babies impacted by necrotizing enterocolitis. Jennifer’s son Micah died of complications related to necrotizing enterocolitis a month before his first birthday. The patient-family advocates within the NEC Society have emphasized that they were desperate for more information during their child’s hospitalization. Parents want to be part of their child’s care team, but they are reliant upon the providers to inform, engage and empower them to take on this active role.
Creator: Alain Cuna and Lindy Winter
Duration: 2:44
Video abstract for the article “Quality Improvement Project to Reduce Delayed Vaccinations in Preterm Infants” in Advances in Neonatal Care, Volume 17, Issue 4.
Creator: Jacqueline McGrath
Duration: 2:05
This video provides an example for creating a video abstract with an i-phone in a quiet environment without an external microphone. Video abstracts should be designed to be inviting, engaging and informative.



Creator: Jennifer Canvasser, MSW
NEC Society
Duration: 2:21
Jennifer Canvasser, founder and director of the NEC Society, discusses the critical importance of communication with parents of babies impacted by necrotizing enterocolitis. Jennifer’s son Micah died of complications related to necrotizing enterocolitis a month before his first birthday. The patient-family advocates within the NEC Society have emphasized that they were desperate for more information during their child’s hospitalization. Parents want to be part of their child’s care team, but they are reliant upon the providers to inform, engage and empower them to take on this active role.
Creator: Alain Cuna and Lindy Winter
Duration: 2:44
Video abstract for the article “Quality Improvement Project to Reduce Delayed Vaccinations in Preterm Infants” in Advances in Neonatal Care, Volume 17, Issue 4.