Creation of a Decision Support Tool for Expectant Parents Facing Threatened Periviable Delivery: Application of a User-Centered Design Approach.

Research Jam worked with Dr. Brownsyne Tucker Edmonds and her team to develop a decision-support tool to help mothers, their partners, and medical providers decide the best medical care plan for babies born too early, when survival rates are low. This was a very emotionally challenging project and a difficult subject. We’re very glad to be able to share the results and very grateful to the women and men who shared their stories as a part of this project. Read the paper here.

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  1. judrisco Reply

    Navigating the emotions those kinds of discussions evoke but yet instilling in participants a sense of purpose and contribution must be an incredible tightrope. I sincerely admire your ability to do this and generate a very meaningful impact on the care of future newborn / families.

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