COMPARISON OF INTERACTIONAL DEPRIVATION OF THE MOTHER WITH A TRANSPORTED VERSUS NONTRANSPORTED PREMATURE INFANT

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  • Suzanne Hall Johnson R.N., M.N.

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    • Suzanne Hall Johnson, R.N., M.N., is a Neonatal Clinical Nurse Specialist with education from Duke University and UCLA. She specializes in working with families at risk and authored the book, High Risk Parenting, which was awarded an AJN Book of the Year. She has authored numerous articles such as “Communicating with the Parents at Risk” in Issues in Comprehensive Pediatric Nursing and is an Editorial Board Member of JOGN Nursing. Ms. Johnson is in private practice working with families at risk and consulting with health professionals on working with the families at risk.


  • This study was done through combined efforts of the Nursing Department of San Jose State University and the Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery of Stanford University Medical Center.

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