With only one physician in Malawi trained to perform the surgical procedure required to treat cervical cancer - radical hysterectomy - women died in large numbers from the disease. Our UNC OB-GYNs came up with a way to change that.
Dr. Doll studies quality-of-life changes after cancer surgery and outcomes of gynecologic oncology patients on a population level.
The award comes with $7,500 for research to be conducted in 2016.
This award was established in 1990 by the School of Medicine to express the faculty's respect and appreciation for nurses whose personal contributions have made a significant difference.
UNC Midwives welcomed Maaske in November.
The findings highlight the potential impact of exposure to toxic metals such as cadmium on adverse pregnancy outcomes.
The American College of Nurse-Midwives has released a series of videos on the midwifery model of care.
Dr. Matthew Zerden, of UNC OB-GYN and WakeMed Health and Hospitals, and his colleagues analyzed responses from 324 women who completed a survey about contraception approximately six weeks after giving birth.
This is the third year for the program, which helps clients and their families make meaningful holiday memories.
In 2013, Debbi and Walt Clarke experienced the unimaginable loss of their third child, Eason, who was stillborn at 37 weeks. To honor Eason, the Clarkes recently donated two CuddleCots to the North Carolina Women’s Hospital to help families who suffer similar losses, making the hospital the first in North Carolina to offer them to families.