The pain of an ill-informed choice.
Learning a diagnosis and searching for connection.
Having agency and the importance of the patient/doctor relationship
Doctor appointments offer pregnancy information — but sometimes the news can be devastating.
The importance of communication between doctor and patient.
The pregnancy journey is unique for those facing prenatal diagnosis of a life-limiting condition. To care well for these families, it can help to think through each step from their perspective.
More than any other of your patients, families facing a prenatal diagnosis of a life-limiting condition need consistency during their prenatal care.
To care well for families facing a prenatal diagnosis of a life-limiting condition, carefully consider your communications impact, approach and tone.
If you’re seeking a way to transform loss into a lasting tribute to life, neonatal donation for research may be an option.
Learn about the important role prenatal vitamins play before and during pregnancy, the must-have nutrients that should be in them, and how to choose a product wisely.
As a medical professional, delivering a prenatal diagnosis of a life-limiting condition can be an emotional experience.
Perinatal social worker Kenna Hamm, LMSW, shares how a palliative care birth plan can help ensure that your wishes for your baby are honored.