GRANT PROPOSAL: OBSTETRICAL BRACHIAL PLEXUS INJURY CLOSE ACQUAINTANCES
Dr . S. Letica
BUS510 –Grants Management and Proposal Writing
Summer time 2009
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STATEMENT OF NEED??
Staffing and Administration
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Statement of Need
Brachial plexus injuries that happen during birth will be known as obstetrical brachial plexus injuries (OBPI). The birth injury occurs as a result of birthing emergency named shoulder dystocia which is when the baby's shoulder becomes stuck under the single mother's pelvic bone tissue. Three in 1000 births suffer this kind of injury. Sometimes, there are life-long challenges for babies born with this injury which include, but are not really limited to physical inabilities (i. e. unable to use a arm or leg partially or perhaps fully), emotional feelings of inadequacy, and surgeries. Additionally , the parents are faced with medical bills, lost...