September 2009 - Volume 109 - Issue 9
pp: 7-80









Original Research: Women's Awareness of Ovarian Cancer Risks and Symptoms

Lockwood-Rayermann, Suzy; Donovan, Heidi S.; Rambo, David; More

AJN, American Journal of Nursing . 109(9):36-45, September 2009.

  • Podcasts

Emergency: Acetaminophen Poisoning

Lopez, Diana Platt

AJN, American Journal of Nursing . 109(9):48-51, September 2009.









Creator: Shawn Kennedy and Christine Moffa
Duration: 6:57
AJN The American Journal of Nursing September 2009, Volume 109, Issue 9;
Editorial director and interim editor-in-chief Shawn Kennedy and clinical editor Christine Moffa present the highlights of the September issue of the American Journal of Nursing. Of special note: Behind the Article podcasts featuring interviews with authors Judith K. Schwarz (“Stopping Eating and Drinking”) and Suzy Lockwood-Rayerman (Original Research: “Women’s Awareness of Ovarian Cancer Risks and Symptoms”).
Creator: Diana Mason
Duration: 9:12
AJN The American Journal of Nursing September 2009, Volume 109, Issue 9;
Editor-in-chief emeritus Diana Mason interviews author Judith K. Schwarz, PhD, RN, about “Stopping Eating and Drinking,” an article in the September issue. Schwarz discusses the ethical and legal implications for nurses when patients ask for information on hastening their dying by voluntarily stopping eating and drinking.
Creator: Jim Stubenrauch
Duration: 15:39
AJN The American Journal of Nursing September 2009, Volume 109, Issue 9;
AJN senior editor James Stubenrauch interviews Suzy Lockwood-Rayermann, PhD, MSN, RN, lead author of “Women’s Awareness of Ovarian Cancer Risks and Symptoms,” original research that appears in the September issue. Lockwood-Rayermann and colleagues analyzed data from an online survey and found that women ages 40 and older had little awareness of the symptoms and risk factors associated with ovarian cancer. In this interview, Lockwood-Rayermann details her findings and discusses nurses’ role in educating patients on ovarian cancer symptoms and risk factors.
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