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Parental presence on neonatal intensive care unit clinical bedside rounds: randomised trial and focus group discussion
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    Missed opportunties for qualitative insight

    I read this Randomised controlled trial with great interest. I applaud the authors for including focus group discussions in the study.

    A study that simply tells us 'whether' parental presence on a bedside round is appropriate is of limited value and so deeper qualitative discourse is needed. This can consider more meaningful questions such as 'how', 'why' and 'when' such parental presence impacts the neonatal j...

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