/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Developmental care education in Australian surgical neonatal intensive care units: A cross-sectional study of nurses’ perceptions /manager/Repository/uon:55533 90 %) were reported regarding the benefits of developmental care for parents and infants. Exposure to developmental care education influenced perceptions of its application. Nurses without formal developmental care education were more likely to agree that it was consistently applied [OR:3.3, 95%CI:1.3–8.6], developmental care skills are valued [OR:2.7, 95%CI:1.1–6.8], and that their nursing peers offered support in its application ([OR:2.5, 95%CI:1.1–6.2]. Conclusions: The results from our research suggest sNICU nurses have a high level of awareness of developmental care and its positive impacts. Despite differences between the surveyed units' developmental care education programs, the value of developmental care in reducing stress for infants and supporting families was collectively recognised. Future research in this setting should focus on evaluating the application of developmental care in this setting.]]> Wed 05 Jun 2024 09:24:13 AEST ]]> The effects of nurse-delivered caregiving in the neonatal setting: An integrative review /manager/Repository/uon:49077 Wed 03 May 2023 16:15:19 AEST ]]> The effects of education levels of developmental care in Australia: Perceptions and challenges /manager/Repository/uon:49538 Mon 22 May 2023 08:45:32 AEST ]]>