More about Preemie Voices

For those of you who might be interested in buying the book that I blogged about a few days ago, please note that you can get the book at a big discount, by contacting Saroj directly, using the link on her website.

Also, now I have had the chance to look at the book a bit more, there are sections after the former preterm babies stories that are very interesting, including several chapters written by Saroj about outcomes of very preterm babies, about how her ideas of quality of life etc have developed, and about impacts of prematurity on families. Also there is a great chapter by her long time collaborator Peter Rosenbaum. He reflects on views of disability and how our appreciation of impairments and the way they impact on individuals have changed over the last half century. Well worth reading, in addition to the ‘preemies’ voices’ stories and Saroj’s chapters.

About keithbarrington

I am a neonatologist and clinical researcher at Sainte Justine University Health Center in Montréal
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