Eleanor Stevenson

Stevenson Appointed Chair of ASRM-NPG

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.

Stevenson Presents at American Society of Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting, Receives Award

Faculty member Eleanor Stevenson presented an oral abstract entitled "Predictors of multidimensional stress in pregnancies conceived via in-vitro fertilization" at the annual meeting of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) on October 18 in Orlando, Florida. The oral abstract received an ASRM Nurse Research Award from Merck, Inc.

Stevenson Gives Invited Roundtable, Receives Award for Podium Presentation at American Society of Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting

In Hawaii this past October at the annual meeting of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), Eleanor Stevenson gave an invited roundtable titled "Current and Connected: The Use of Social Media and Other Technologies to Reach Nurses Caring for Those with Fertility Challenges." She also gave a podium presentation titled "Previous Infertility Treatment Associated with Different Levels of Pregnancy Related Anxiety in Pregnancy Conceived via In-Vitro Fertilization," for which she was selected as one of the 2014 ASRM Nurse Research Award winners.

ADAPT Center Awards Stevenson Small Grant Award

The ADAPT Center awarded Eleanor Stevenson a small grant for her study entitled "Understanding Adaptive Challenges Associated with Male-factor Infertility." This study is a new investigation for the principal investigator in an area where little is understood about the adaptive behaviors utilized by men who have recently been diagnosed with male-factor infertility.While there has been a substantial focus on the female experience of infertility by other investigators, ver

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