You can download the Interdisciplinary Recommendations for Psychosocial Support of NICU Parents here without the supporting narrative and references, or go to the Table of Contents for the full set of articles in the Supplement of Journal of Perinatology, published online in December, 2015.
Introduction: Psychosocial program standards for NICU parents M T Hynan and S L Hall
Recommendations for involving the family in developmental care of the NICU baby J W Craig, C Glick, R Phillips, S L Hall, J Smith and J Browne
Recommendations for peer-to-peer support for NICU parents S L Hall, D J Ryan, J Beatty and L Grubbs
Recommendations for mental health professionals in the NICU M T Hynan, Z Steinberg, L Baker, R Cicco, P A Geller, S Lassen, C Milford, K O Mounts, C Patterson, S Saxton, L Segre and A Stuebe
Recommendations for palliative and bereavement care in the NICU: a family-centered integrative approach C Kenner, J Press and D Ryan
NICU discharge planning and beyond: recommendations for parent psychosocial support I B Purdy, J W Craig and P Zeanah
Recommendations for enhancing psychosocial support of NICU parents through staff education and support S L Hall, J Cross, N W Selix, C Patterson, L Segre, R Chuffo-Siewert, P A Geller and M L Martin