The most important part is
Skin-to-skin contact is the RIGHT PLACE for care.
Skin-to-skin contact must begin immediately after birth.
Physiological cord clamping helps and adds life-saving support.
Skin-to-skin contact should be continuous day and night, extra family members may be needed.
Safe technique is important.
Even the smallest and sickest are encouraged to suckle, and given expressed colostrum.
CARE DOES NOT CHANGE!
However all care is provided in skin-to-skin contact, with brief separation only for bigger or difficult procedures.
Skin-to-skin contact with zero separation leads to RESILIENCE.