Susan Denman, Associate Clinical Professor in the School of Nursing and Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies
- Contact Info:
|PhD||University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Nursing||1996|
|MS||State University of New York, Stony Brook||1979|
|BS||State University of New York||1972|
Family Nurse Practitioner
- Research Interests:
Current research interests are access and utilization of primary health care, especially by Latino populations. Particular interests are maternal/child health access and utilization by vulnerable populations and the effect of demographics, barriers, satisfaction and information on use of primary care.
- Transients and Migrants • Primary Health Care • Clinical Competence • Cultural Characteristics
- Representative Publications
- Pollak, K. I. and Denman, S. and Gordon, K. C. and Lyna, P. and Rocha, P. and Brouwer, R. N. and Fish, L. and Baucom, D. H., Is pregnancy a teachable moment for smoking cessation among US Latino expectant fathers? A pilot study.,
Ethnicity & health, vol. 15 no. 1
pp. 1-13, ISSN 1465-3419 [doi] [abs]
- Hunter, A. and Denman-Vitale, S. and Garzon, L. and Allen, P. J. and Schumann, L., Global infections: recognition, management, and prevention.,
The Nurse practitioner, vol. 32 no. 2
pp. 34-41; quiz 41-2, ISSN 0361-1817  [abs]
- Denman, S., Education: an essential key for the improvement of public health in developing countries.,
in 2ème Réunion du Comité Scientifique IAP-WHEP
(October, 2006), French National Academy of Sciences, Inter Academy Panel, Scientific Committee of the Women's Health Education Program (WHEP). [html]
- Green-Hernandez, C. and Quinn, A. A. and Denman-Vitale, S. and Falkenstern, S. K. and Judge-Ellis, T., Making primary care culturally competent.,
The Nurse practitioner, vol. 29 no. 6
pp. 49-55, ISSN 0361-1817
- Denman-Vitale, S. and Murillo, E. K., Effective promotion of breastfeeding among Latin American women newly immigrated to the United States.,
Holistic nursing practice, vol. 13 no. 4
pp. 51-60, ISSN 0887-9311 [abs]
- Denman, S. and Stern, E. and Parra, I. and Lopez, C. and Gilbertson, S. and Quibrera, M., Latino Access to Care Survey: Report to The Duke Endowment.
(1999), Duke University School of Nursing, Durham, NC
- Selected Grant Support
- Enhanced Geriatric Content for Family Nurse Practitioners, Health Resources and Service Administration.
- En Pareja: A Latino Couples Intervention to Help Expectant Fathers Quit Smoking, National Institutes of Health, 5R01-CA127307-02.
- Assessing Risk Factors for Obesity in Young Children in Northern Mexico.
- Health of Latino Infants: Interventions to Assure Care, National Institutes of Health, 1R15-NR008701-01A2.
- Award for partial funding of three conference presenters - Video project, Duke Center for Instructional Technology Jump Start grant.
- Adult Physical Exam Video Project, Duke Center for Instructional Technology Jump Start grant.
- Initiate Use of Audio/Video iPODS in selected DUSON courses, Duke Center for Instructional Technology Digital Initiative grant.
- LEE (Lograremos el Ejercer Enfermeria), Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
- Evidence-Based Nursing in Geriatric Care Settings, Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA), 1D62 HP01909-01.
- El Centro Hispano Latino Health Fair support, Duke University Latino/a Studies.
- Hispanic Nurses Advancement Project Meeting Support, Duke University Latino/a Studies.
- Latino Nurses Project, Johnson & Johnson.
- Pink Ribbon Project, DUSON/El Centro Hispano. FDA Program Grant..
- LATCH (Latino Access to Coordinated Health Care), Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA).
- Hablamos de Nuestra Salud,, Glaxo Program Grant to DUMC.
- PDA Project for ABSN and Medical Spanish Students, Center for Instructional Technology, Duke University.
- Educating Health Care Students and Health Care Professionals: Spanish Language and Cultural Competency, a Modular Approach to Building Skill., The Duke Endowment.
- Latino Access to Health Care (Survey), Duke Endowment.