Educational Series: Multi-sensory stimulation and infant development

The focus of this review is the science of sensory development and stimulation in neonates and infants and, in particular, the importance of multisensory stimulation. The primary senses discussed are touch, hearing, vision, balance, and smell. This review is intended as an educational resource for primary healthcare professionals involved in neonatal and infant care and development, including GPs, paediatric nurses and midwives, as well as pharmacists and pharmacy assistants.

Independent commentary by Dr Jane Williams and Dr Simon Rowley.

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