MGOL Goslings – Publications


Cao T, Shanty S, Diamant-Cohen B, Henschel B, & Hussey-Gardner, B. The Impact of Goslings-II on NICU Parent-Infant Interactions. The poster won second place at the University of Maryland School of Medicine’s Medical Student Research Day. Congratulations, Tiffany!

Diamant-Cohen B, Sonnenschein S, Dowling R, Shanty L, Hoge P, Henschel B, & Hussey-Gardner B. Make Way for Goslings: The Importance of Collaboration. Children’s VOICE. 2020, 29(2); 24-27. 

Dowling R, Shanty L, Sonnenschein S, & Hussey-Gardner B. Talking, Reading Singing, and Rhyming: Tips for fostering literacy in infancy. Young Children. 2020, 75(3): 80-83. Click here for PDF

Shanty L, Dowling R, Sonnenschein S, & Hussey-Gardner B. Evaluation of an Early Language and Literacy Program for Parents of Infants in the NICU. Neonatal Network. 2019; 38(4):206-216.  Click here for PDF

Diamant-Cohen B, Sonnenschein S, Sacks D, Rosswog S, Hussey-Gardner B. Mother Goose in the NICU: Support for the neediest infants and their families. Children and Libraries. 2018; 16(1):3-7.  Click here to view PDF

Hussey-Gardner B, Sonnenschein, S, Shanty L, Dowling R, Sacks D,  Diamant-Cohen B. “Goslings: An early language & literacy program for families with infants in the neonatal intensive care unit.” Pediatrics. May 2018; 142 (1 MeetingAbstract) 176; DOI:  Click here for PDF.

Hussey-Gardner B, Sonnenschein S. Reading and singing to preemies helps parents feel comfortable with their fragile babies. The Conversation. May 2018.  Click here for PDF

Mother Goose with goslings on her wings and below her.

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