Despite worldwide efforts to promote safe sleep over the
years, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) continues to be the leading cause of
post-neonatal infant mortality in every advanced country in the world. More
infants die from unexplained infant deaths each year than children zero through
18 die from cancer.
Why should I listen to you, an American, Harvard psychologist? What do you know about war and hunger? Why should I trust that you’re here to help? What makes you different than all the other researchers who come to Jordan just to collect data and leave?
All good questions; hard ones, yes, but critical to answer
if I wanted to be of any support to Jordanian healthcare systems in improving
quality of care for Syrian refugee youth and families seeking refuge in the