Kathy Trotter, associate professor, published an article entitled "A Tale of Two Sisters: Breast Reconstruction Options for Women With or at High Risk of Breast Cancer" in the Journal of the Advanced Practitioner in Oncology.
Michael Relf, associate dean for Global and Community Health Affairs; Kathy Trotter, associate professor; Anne Derouin, associate professor; and Eleanor Stevenson, professor, traveled to Dublin, Ireland to participate and network with leaders at Trinity College of Nursing and Midwifery.
While there Trotter, Derouin and Stevenson participated in poster and podium presentations:
Kathy Trotter, associate professor, and colleagues recently received the Duke Presidential Award at a ceremony on February 25 in Page Auditorium. According to a write up with Duke Today, the nine women of the Breast Surgical Oncology Team are compassionate guides for patients undergoing care for breast cancer and work to make Duke's care more efficient and effective.
Kathy Trotter, associate professor, recently joined Duke Cancer Center for a Facebook Live Panel Discussion in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. She was joined by Dr. Rachel Blitzblau, breast cancer survivors Tammy James and Barbara Pullen-Smith, and Emily Silva with the American Cancer Society.
MSN student Meagan Minton presented a poster entitled "Intrapartum Antibiotic Prophylaxis in Group B Strep Positive Mothers: How Many Hours?" at the 26th Annual Perinatal Partnership Conference in Concord, North Carolina. Co-authors include MSN student Alyssa Lantiere and Kathy Trotter, associate professor. Both students are part of the Women's Health Nurse Practitoner program.
Kathy Trotter, associate professor, recently presented a poster entitled "Anxiety Scores of Women with an Increased Risk of Breast Cancer Participating in Facilitated Group Visits" at the American Society of Breast Surgeons Annual Meeting in Dallas, Texas.
It comes as no surprise that more than 90 percent of nurses in health care are women. As we celebrate Women’s History Month, we would like to recognize and celebrate the contributions past and current faculty and staff have made to the nursing profession and to the continuous growth of our school, empowering our students to become transformational nursing leaders.
Kathy Trotter, associate professor; and Adrienne Small, clinical nurse educator; recently earned their Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) certification.
Kathy Trotter, associate professor, recently moderated a Duke Cancer Institute Facebook live event on cervical cancer prevention, treatment, research and awareness as part of cervical cancer awareness month.
The discussion included both research and care and, screening and prevention information on cervical cancer.