Supporting NICU Families - Shared screen with speaker view
Please hold your questions until after Dr. Tan’s presentation. We will have some time at the end to address your questions. Thank you.
will the slides be available for review after the presentation?
Randy, yes, slides will be available on our website and are also available from the link Anna posted above in chat.
Anna King (she/her)
Slides for today are available at https://drive.google.com/file/d/16Kzx4bm-wbrRDWsCqHN2P-X2CPK1ykeU/view?usp=sharing
Is anyone else experiencing technology difficulties with the video freezing on & off?
Hi Tracee- no problem on my screen-
Tracee, it's playing okay for me. How about the others? Are you able to hear the sound?
I'm not trouble for me
I’m hearing ok
Yes, I can see slides and hear sound : ) thank you
Other triggers for many NICU parents are related to having had a baby in the NICU in the past or even die in the NICU in the past. This can be very hard for them.
Yes, Karen, so true. The traumatic memory of a NICU experience can be a trigger.
we have a support group in our hospital for dads called "DADVICE" to help support dads too
That sounds great Patricia- would you plan to share that DADVICE with us at the Group Office Hours next month?
Great Patricia, I'll follow up!
Feel free to put your questions in the chat or q&a box now
Whatever questions we do not address this month, Dr. Tan will cover next month.
As part of your work in the NICU, do you work with the dyad?
Thank you. This is a great webinar.
At ZSFGH we are doing that work in the NICU.
Sounds great Gloria- can you join us next month to share about that work?
Gloria, would love to hear more about what you are doing at ZSFGH. Come to the office hours in March and share!
we also have NIC-View in our NICU where parents have access to their baby from home
Gottman Scale for Dads
Does the mental health provider charge the parent as an outpatient? How do you capture the revenue