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.
Morine Cebert, PhD student; Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda, associate professor; and Eleanor Stevenson, associate professor; recently published an article entitled "Growing on (in)fertile ground: an evolutionary concept analysis of Black female fertility" in Human Fertility.
Eleanor Stevenson, associate professor, recently presented "Female-Facing Healthcare Delivery: Where Are The Men?" to RTI International.
RTI International is an independent, nonprofit research institute dedicated to improving the human condition.
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.
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.
Eleanor Stevenson recently gave a roundtable presentation "What do female graduate students know about Fertility and Fertility Preservation?" at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) 2018 Scientific Congress in Denver, CO.
The Scientific Congress is the premier education and research meeting for reproductive medicine.
Eleanor Stevenson was recently appointed chair of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine - Nurse Professional Group (ASRM-NPG).
The Nurses' Professional Group is composed of nurse members of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Their purpose is to foster the Society's goals within the practice of professional nursing. They are committed to improving patient care and providing a forum for networking and exchanging information among nurses.
Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON) welcomes international students from Barbados, China, Japan, Oman, Philippines, Taiwan and the United States. The students are joining the Duke community for a two-week course, Exploring Global Patterns of Health and Illness. International participants are joined by ABSN student, Rebecca Berk.