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About the Infant journal

Infant journal covers a wide range of subjects that reflects the varied roles of the professionals working in this area. Practical and clinically based, Infant supports neonatal and infant paediatric nursing and medical practice and develops professional education and health promotion skills.

You can browse the issues or search for key topics online.

Infant provides a valuable resource for everyone involved in caring for premature babies and critically ill infants. Technological developments and their impact on care are discussed, as well as the social and psychological issues relating to family support and child development.

Infant has a board of distinguished advisors whose experience and knowledge ensures that articles carried in the journal are factually correct, topical and relevant for all readers. All articles published in Infant are subject to peer review in order to guarantee that all content meets the highest standards.

Planned articles

May 2014
  • Vaccinating preterm infants
  • Nutritional management in NEC
  • Case report: Emanuel syndrome
  • Confidence among health professionals attending newborn deliveries
  • Development of an ANNP team
  July 2014
  • Infants of epileptic mothers
  • BOOST II study
  • Practical management of the neonatal surgical patient
  • Case report: congenital hypothyroidism
  • Neonatal outreach
  • Role of neonatal neuroprotection nurse
  September 2014
  • Impact of IVF on the NICU
  • Pros and cons of skin-to-skin care
  • Fat necrosis in cooled neonates
  • Donor breast milk banks
  • Transfusion-associated NEC
  • Gut flora probiotics
November 2014
  • Enteral feeding guideline
  • Breast milk fortification
  • Fathers in the NICU
  • Transitional care wards
  • Surfactant: how it works and what it does
  • Implementing the NEC care bundle breastfeeding behaviour
Regular features
  • Editorial
  • Case reports
  • Review articles
  • Clinical practice articles

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