Rosemary Theroux, PhD, WHNP-BC, is an associate professor in the Graduate School of Nursing. She is certified as a women’s health nurse practitioner with extensive clinical background as a nurse and nurse practitioner in maternal, child health, gynecological and prenatal education. She maintains a current practice in a women’s health private practice.
Not just another annual exam: thoughts on the nurse-patient relationship, Nursing for women's health (2011)
Well-woman check-ups, also known as annual examinations, offer advance practice nurses an opportunity to assess...
Media as a source of information on pregnancy and childbirth, Nursing for women's health (2011)
Media can have a powerful eff ect on women’s knowledge, beliefs and expectations about pregnancy...
Women's decision making during the menopausal transition, Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (2010)
PURPOSE: To describe women's experiences during decision making about hormonal and nonhormonal therapies during the...
Women's self-diagnostic skills: developing the science, Nursing for women's health (2010)
Examines two articles that studied the accuracy of women’s self-testing for diagnosis of vaginal conditions.