Wilkerson, Sharon individual record
Professor Emeritus

My current research efforts involve premature infants in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Studies include implementation of kangaroo care with premature infants, development care in the NICU, parenting skills with premature infants and, most recently, hearing development in the premature infant.

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Academic Articles4
  • Wall, B. M., Novak, J. C., & Wilkerson, S. A (2005). Doctor of nursing practice program development: reengineering health care.. J Nurs Educ. 44(9), 396-403.
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  • Perry, D. F., Sherwood-Puzzello, C. M., Hadadian, A., & Wilkerson, S. A (2002). Challenges in infant mental health: Meeting the training needs of parents and professionals in early intervention. International Journal of Special Education. 7(2), 52-58.
  • Sherwood-Puzzello, C. M., Perry, D. F., Wilkerson, S. A., & Hadadian, A (2000). Infant mental health training needs of service providers in early intervention programs. Infant-Toddler Intervention. 10(4), 205-214.
  • Wilkerson, S., Quillin, S. I., & Feetham, S (1994). Contraceptive practices before conception and after the birth of a child with a chronic health problem.. Health Care Women Int. 15(1), 43-51.
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