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Preemies: Post-Discharge Developmental Catch-Up

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    Much is invested to bring premature infants to the point of hospital discharge. However, there is an extreme drop-off in services after the infant is released from the hospital. This is a very important area for preventative healthcares and should be conceptualized as a chronic condition says our guest, Dr. Heidi Feldman, professor of developmental and behavioral medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine Lucile Packard Children's Hospital.  She and host Dr. Bill Rutenberg discuss interventions often required to help a pre-mature infant to reach its developmental age. How much intervention is necessary?  Do socioeconomics play a role in which children are most likely to catch up sooner? Why do kids who get the most services often have the greatest delay? Join us to learn more.

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    Much is invested to bring premature infants to the point of hospital discharge. However, there is an extreme drop-off in services after the infant is released from the hospital. This is a very important area for preventative healthcares and should be conceptualized as a chronic condition says our guest, Dr. Heidi Feldman, professor of developmental and behavioral medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine Lucile Packard Children's Hospital.  She and host Dr. Bill Rutenberg discuss interventions often required to help a pre-mature infant to reach its developmental age. How much intervention is necessary?  Do socioeconomics play a role in which children are most likely to catch up sooner? Why do kids who get the most services often have the greatest delay? Join us to learn more.

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