Articles by Carole Kenner

Should Informed Consent be Required for Routine Newborn Screening and for the Storage of Blood Samples?

Beal, Judy; Lewis, Judith; Kenner, Carole

MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 39(5):282-283, September/October 2014.

How much should parents be told about routine newborn screening and their options to decide if their baby is tested? These experts provide a thoughtful discussion on the pros and cons of obtaining parental consent for routine newborn screening and storage of blood samples that should be considered by every nurse caring for newborn babies.

Call For Neonatal Nursing Specialization in Developing Countries

Premji, Shahirose S; Spence, Kaye; Kenner, Carole

MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 38(6):336-342, November/December 2013.

A powerful article which proposes a method of reducing neonatal mortality.

Global Health and Neonatal Nursing: A Personal Journey

Kenner, Carole; Boykova, Marina

MCN: The American Journal of Maternal/Child Nursing. 37(5):317-324, September/October 2012.

This article describes the personal journey of one nurse and her mentee and how a passion for neonates led to global policy work.