Publications

Articles

  1. Thomson G & Balaam M-C. Sharing and modifying stories in neonatal peer support: an international mixed‐methods study. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences doi: 10.1111/scs.12895
  2. Thomson G & Balaam M-C. International insights into peer support in a neonatal context: A mixed-methods study. PLoS ONE 2019;14(7): e0219743.
  3. Liu LX, Mozafarinia SM, Axelin A & Feeley N. Parents’ Experience of Support in the Single-Family Rooms of a Combined Pod and Single-Family Room NICU. Parents’ Experiences of Support in NICU Single-Family Rooms. Neonatal Netw. 2019 Mar 1;38(2):88-97.
  4. Aija A, Toome L, Axelin A, Raiskila S, Lehtonen L. Parents’ presence and participation in medical rounds in 11 European neonatal units, Early Hum Dev. 2019;130:10-16.
  5. Mäkelä H, Axelin A, Feeley N & Niela-Vilén H. Clinging to closeness: The parental view on developing a close bond with their infants in a NICU, Midwifery, 2018;62:183-188.
  6. Bujold M, Feeley N, Axelin A & Cinquino C. Expressing Human Milk in the NICU: Coping Mechanisms and Challenges Shape the Complex Experience of Closeness and Separation, Adv Neonatal Care 2018;18(1):38-48.
  7. Treherne S, Feeley N, Charbonneau L & Axelin A. Closeness and Separation between Parent and Infant in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Parent Perspectives, J Obstet Gynecol Neonatal Nurs. 2017;46(5):737-747
  8. Raiskila S, Axelin A, Toome L, Caballero S, Silness Tandberg B, Montirosso R, Normann E, Hallberg B, Ewald U & Lehtonen L. Parents’ Presence and Parent–Infant Closeness in 11 NICUs in 6 European Countries, Acta Paediatrica 2017;106(6):878-888..
  9. Niela-Vilén H, Feeley N & Axelin A. Hospital routines promote parent-infant closeness and cause separation in the birthing unit in the first two hours after birth – a pilot study, Birth 2017;44(2):167-172.
  10. Raiskila S, Lehtonen L, Silnes Tandberg B, Nordmann E, Ewald U, Caballero S, Varendi H, Toome L, Nordhov M, Hallberg B, Montirosso R, Westrup B & Axelin A. Parent and Nurse Perceptions on the Quality of Family-Centered Care in 11 European NICUs, Australian Critical Care 2016;29(4):201-209. ​
  11. Feeley N, Genest C, Niela-Vilén H, Charbonneau L, Axelin A. Parents and nurses balancing parent-infant closeness and separation: a qualitative study of NICU nurses’ perceptions, BMC Pediatr. 2016;16(1):134.
  12. Flacking R, Thomson G & Axelin A. Pathways to emotional closeness in neonatal units – a cross-national qualitative study, BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2016;19;16(1):170.
  13. Dykes F, Thomson G, Gardner C, Hall Moran V & Flacking R. 2016. Perceptions of European medical staff on the facilitators and barriers to physical closeness between parents and infants in neonatal units, Acta Paediatrica 2016;105(9):1039-46.
  14. Thomson G, Hall-Moran V, Axelin A, Dykes F & Flacking R. Integrating a Sense of Coherence into Neonatal Care, BMC Pediatrics 2013;13(1):84. 
  15. Flacking R, Lehtonen L, Thomson G, Axelin A, Ewald U, Dykes F and SCENE group. Closeness and separation in the neonatal intensive care unit. Review, Acta Paediatrica 2012;101(10), 1032-1037.

PhD thesis

  1. Simo Raiskila, PARENT-INFANT CLOSENESS AND FAMILY-CENTERED CARE IN NEONATAL INTENSIVE CARE, Annales Universitatis Turkuensis, 2018.