J Caring Sci. 2015;4(3): 207-216. doi: 10.15171/jcs.2015.021
PMID: 26464837        PMCID: PMC4591613

Original Research

The Obstacles against Nurse-Family Communication in Family-Centered Care in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: a Qualitative Study

Zahra Hadian Shirazi 1, Farkhondeh Sharif 2 * , Mahnaz Rakhshan 3, Narjes Pishva 4, Faezeh Jahanpour 5

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