How reliable are Extended Midwifery Services (EMS) in tracking morbidity in Late Preterm Infants (born 34 weeks to 36 week 6 days gestation (LPI)), discharged to the community?

Sunday Pam, Kynaston, A, Sive, A, Gwenda Chapman, Nasir, Bushra and Kondalsamy Chennakes, Srinivas (2015). How reliable are Extended Midwifery Services (EMS) in tracking morbidity in Late Preterm Infants (born 34 weeks to 36 week 6 days gestation (LPI)), discharged to the community?. In: 9th Health Services and Policy Research Conference, Melbourne, (). 7-9 December 2015.

Author Sunday Pam
Kynaston, A
Sive, A
Gwenda Chapman
Nasir, Bushra
Kondalsamy Chennakes, Srinivas
Title of paper How reliable are Extended Midwifery Services (EMS) in tracking morbidity in Late Preterm Infants (born 34 weeks to 36 week 6 days gestation (LPI)), discharged to the community?
Conference name 9th Health Services and Policy Research Conference
Conference location Melbourne
Conference dates 7-9 December 2015
Publication Year 2015
Sub-type Oral presentation
Language eng
Keyword Extended Midwifery Services
Late Preterm Infants
Discharge
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Discipline of General Practice Publications
 
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