Susan Silva, associate professor, received a 2019 Duke Stars Honor from Duke University for her research, mentorship, and teaching in the Schools of Nursing and Medicine and at Duke Clinical Research Institute.
John Barrett (DNP ‘18) published his DNP scholarly project entitled “Clinical Pathways on a Mobile Device.” Co-authors were Susan Silva, associate professor, and Barbara Turner and Michael Zychowicz, professors.
Debra Brandon and Susan Silva, associate professors, published an article entitled "Relationship between the Developmental Trajectory of Sleep-Wake States and Feeding Progression in Preterm Infants" in Nursing Research.
Susan Silva, associate professor, recently published an article entitled “Elevated risk of radiotherapy-associated second malignant neoplasms in young African American women survivors of stage I-IIIA breast cancer” in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology.
Co-authors include Liyi Xie, Xuhui Bao, Tianji Cai, Jinli Ma, Zhen Zhang, Xiaomao Guo and Lawrence Marks.
Morine Cebert, PhD student; Susan Silva, associate professor; and Eleanor Stevenson, associate professor; recently published an article entitled "Are There Differences in Marital-Role Quality between Women and Their Male Partners Who Conceived Vi
Susan Silva, associate professor, was recently awarded The Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty. This award honors nurses internationally in memory of J. Patrick Barnes for the super-human work they do for patients and families every day.
Silva received five amazing nominations! Below are snippets from each nomination to share the essence of what she exemplifies:
Ethan Cicero, PhD '18; Susan Silva, associate professor; and Janice Humphreys, professor; recently published an article entitled "Health Care Experiences of Transgender Adults: An Integrated Mixed Research Literature Review" in Advances in Nursing Science.
Elizabeth Reeves, PhD '18; Susan Silva, associate professor; and Janice Humphreys, professor; recently published an article entitled "Trauma-related symptoms and severity among women in the Pacific Rim" in Health Care for Women International.
Forgive Avorgbedor, PhD '17; Susan Silva, associate professor; Beth Merwin, executive vice dean; and Diane Holditch-Davis, professor emerita; recently published an article entitled "Health, Physical Growth, and Neurodevelopmental Outcomes in Preterm Infants of Women with Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy" in the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing (JOGNN). James Blumenthal is a co-author of this article.