Drs. Limbo, Wool, and Carter offer] well-articulated definitions, skills, and strategies based on sound evidence for providing this needed support in the perinatal and neonatal setting. . . . I applaud these editors and chapter authors in writing and bringing these materials together such that we are able to continue to change practice, so it is more holistic yet individualized to the unique needs of this baby and this family. -Jacqueline M. McGrath, PhD, RN, FNAP, FAAN Thelma and Joe Crow Endowed Professor Vice Dean for Faculty Excellence, School of Nursing University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio From the Foreword The Handbook of Perinatal and Neonatal Palliative Care is an extraordinarily comprehensive and well-written volume that should be read by every clinician caring for pregnant women and newborns. The case-oriented format of each chapter makes the volume readable and also useful as a resource in complex situations. This book spans all aspects of the clinical and compassionate care of patients, families, and caregivers. Written by experts from all clinical disciplines, including medical and surgical physicians, mental health professionals, nurses, therapists, and chaplains, it also shows great respect for and gives voice to the parents of affected fetuses and neonates. -Alan R. Fleischman, MD Professor of Pediatrics Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health Senior Associate, Center for Bioethics Albert Einstein College of Medicine Children's Hospital at Montefiore Bronx, New York.