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Maternal Mental Health in Neonatal Intensive Care

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Promoting Maternal Mental Health and Wellbeing in Neonatal Intensive Care

This small randomized pilot study will evaluate feasibility and preliminary outcomes of an audio-delivered mindfulness program to reduce psychological distress for mothers with an infant in neonatal intensive care, as compared with an active control condition.

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Behavioral - Mindfulness Program

The intervention consists of two brief videos (one introducing the NICU portion of the program and one introducing the portion of the program addressing the transition home), as well as a series of mindfulness practices delivered via audio recordings to assist mothers in managing stress during the NICU stay and another series for the transition home.

Behavioral - Infant Health Education Program

The active control condition consists of two brief videos (one introducing the NICU portion of the program and one introducing the portion of the program addressing the transition home), as well as a series of audio recordings providing information on infant health and development for mothers to use during the NICU stay and another series for the transition home.

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Promoting Maternal Mental Health and Wellbeing in Neonatal Intensive Care

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NCT03942627

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