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vCreate Let’s Talk

vCreate Let’s Talk

By vCreate
vCreate Let's Talk is a podcast series aimed at the neonatal and paediatric hospitals community, both parents and staff, where experts are brought together to discuss a wide range of relevant topics. The series is produced by vCreate, Secure Video Technology connecting patients, families and clinical teams for improved diagnostic management and enhanced family-focused care.
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vCreate Let’s Talk… Mental Health in the Neonatal Unit

vCreate Let’s Talk

vCreate Let’s Talk… Siblings
In this episode, we explore how families and units can support older siblings during the neonatal journey. Sharing their expertise and experiences with host and vCreate Founder, Ben Moore, are Maggie Hunt, Senior Neonatal Nurse at Brighton’s Trevor Mann Baby Unit, and Hannah Webb, mother of premature twins and two older children and the genius behind our Best Buddy Siblings Award. This 20 minute chat is full of advice, support and ideas for neonatal parents with children at home and professionals who are looking to integrate older children in the neonatal journey. #neonatal #NICU #babies #family #healthcare
June 19, 2021
vCreate Let’s Talk… Mental Health in the Neonatal Unit
The latest UK national lockdown has hit parents and healthcare staff in neonatal units hard. To discuss how the pandemic has affected life on the unit and explore how we can support those struggling, vCreate Founder, Ben Moore, speaks to psychologists, parents and charity founders. This episode’s expert guests include Dr. Rebecca Chilvers, Neonatal Clinical Psychology Lead at St Thomas’ Hospital, Evelina London; Dr. Jacinta Cordwell, Neonatal Clinical Psychology Lead, John Radcliffe Hospital’s Newborn Care Unit, Oxford; and Lottie King, Founder of Leo’s Neonatal – the UK charity that cares for neonatal families during their hospital stay and after discharge. If you work in a neonatal unit or are a parent whose baby has or is currently staying in one, this 45 minute episode of practical advice and expert insight could really help during this challenging time. Please note, this podcast contains discussions that some may find distressing. #neonatal #NICU #mentalhealth #babies #healthcare
February 08, 2021