Shaker publications

Shaker, CS (2013) Cue-based feeding in the NICU: Using the infant’s communication as a guide. Neonatal Network 32(6): 404-408. DOI:

Shaker, CS (2013) Neonates with trachs: use of the Passy-Muir Valve (PMV) in the NICU. Neonatal Intensive Care 26(7): 19-20.

Shaker, C.S. (2013) Cue-Based Co-Regulated Feeding in the NICU: Supporting Parents in Learning to Feed Their Preterm Infant. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 13 (1): 51-55

Shaker, C.S. (2013) Reading the Feeding. The ASHA Leader – American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Shaker Shaker Reading the Feeding

Shaker, C.S. (2012) Cue-Based Feeding: Food for Thought. National Association of Neonatal Nurses E-News, Volume 4, issue 6, November.

Shaker, C.S. (2012) Feed Me Only When I’m Cueing: Moving Away from a Volume Driven Culture in the NICU. Neonatal Intensive Care, Journal of Perinatology-Neonatology, 25 (3) May-June, 27-32.

Shaker, C.S. & Mutnick, C.L. (2012) Use of the Passy-Muir Valve in the NICU. Live webinar on-line. Passy-Muir Inc. Continuing Education at

Shaker, C.S. (2010) Improving Feeding Outcomes in the NICU: Moving from a Volume-Driven to an Infant-Driven Approach. American Speech, Language, Hearing Association Swallowing Disorders Division 13 Perspectives – Oct

Shaker, C.S. (2009) Supporting Better Feeding Outcomes in the NICU: Critical Perspectives on Co-Regulated Feeding in the NICU. Abbott Nutrition, Columbus, OH.

Shaker, C.S. & Woida, A.M. (2007) An evidence-based approach to nipple feeding in a level III NICU: Nurse autonomy, developmental support and teamwork. Neonatal Network, 26:2, 77-83. DOI:
Shaker, C.S. (1999) Nipple feeding preterm infants: An individualized, developmentally supportive approach. Neonatal Network, 18(3) 15-22. DOI:

Shaker, C.S. (1990) Nipple feeding premature infants: A different perspective. Neonatal Network, 8(5), 9-16.

Thoyre, S.M., Shaker, C.S. & Pridham, K.F. (2005) The early feeding skills assessment for preterm Infants. Neonatal Network, 24, 3: 7-16. DOI:

You can find some of these articles via Google Scholar or other search engines.
Your hospital librarian can retrieve a copy for you as well.
If there is a hyperlink after the article, it allows you to click on it and view an abstract.

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