Assessing the potential of fragile infant support to prevent NICU readmissions

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

Assessing the potential of fragile infant support to prevent NICU readmissions Assessing the potential of fragile infant support to prevent NICU readmissions Title: Assessing the potential of fragile infant support to prevent NICU readmissions Project Dates: January 3rd 2022 Jan 2nd 2023 Literature review on readmissions for NICU infants, readmission reasons and how access to resources help with caregivers mental health and preventing readmissions Prospective research study on the effect of Smooth Way Home (SWH) on readmission rates. Products we aim for are, Development of a database to better show effects on SWH on the families it serves Developing a redcap-based data collection system for tracking service delivery, engagement, and effectiveness for families with fragile infants that will be used by Fragile Infant Specialists Developing partnerships with local NICUs (E.g. Banner Health, Phoenix Childrens Hospital, Valleywise Health Clinics, Abrazo Health, Dignity Health and Honor Health) to obtain data on hospital readmission rates. Compare readmission data to local and national data
StatusActive
Effective start/end date3/1/222/28/23

Funding

  • Southwest Human Development: $20,054.00

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