Eleanor Stevenson

DNP Alumna Curry, Derouin, Thompson, Stevenson and Colleagues Publish Article in Women's Healthcare

Rachel Curry, DNP '19; Anne Derouin, associate professor; Julie Thompson, research and statistical associate; and Eleanor Stevenson, associate professor; recently published an article entitled "A QI project to assess the feasibility of using One Key Question® in retail health clinics" in Women's Healthcare. Co-authors include Katherine Kenny and Debra Goulding.

This article was featured in the DNP Projects: Spotlight on Practice section of the journal. 

Stevenson Presents at European Society for Human Reproduction and Endocrinology Annual Meeting

Eleanor Stevenson, associate professor, recently delivered a presentation entitled " Through women’s eyes: The female experience of infertility following a recent diagnosis of severe male factor infertility" at the European Society for Human Reproduction and Endocrinology Annual Meeting in Vienna, Austria.

Message from the Dean: Stevenson Appointed Chair of the Women, Children and Families Divison

I am pleased to announce that Eleanor Stevenson has been appointed Chair of the Women, Children and Families Division effective July 1, 2019.  Stevenson joined DUSON in 2009 as a clinical instructor and is currently an associate professor. She will be the second Division Chair for Division I, following Barbara Turner, professor.

Stevenson and ABSN Alumni Gispanski, Fields, Cappadora and Hurt Publish Article in Human Fertility

Eleanor Stevenson, associate professor; Lauren Gispanski, ABSN '16; Kristin Fields, ABSN '16; Maria Cappadora, ABSN '16; and Melissa Hurt, ABSN '15; recently published an article entitled "Knowledge and decision making about future fertility and oocyte cryopreservation among young women" in Human Fertility. 

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DNP Alumna Moore, Edie and Stevenson Publish Article in the Journal of American College Health

DNP alumna Crystal Moore and faculty members Alison Edie and Eleanor Stevenson recently published an article entitled "Long-acting reversible contraception: Assessment of knowledge and interest among college females" in the Journal of American College Health. Jennifer Johnson is a co-author of this article.

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