Publications

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Articles

JOURNAL ARTICLES

2015      Early localized prostate cancer: Helping patients understand diagnosis and treatment options (CE)

American Journal of Nursing (in press)

2013       The more things change, the more they stay the same – or do they? Oncology Nursing Forum, 40 (1), 12 -13.

2012        Sex, health and aging: What women need to know. Nursing for Women’s Health, 15 (6), 519 – 521.

2011        “Doc, please don’t tell my wife.” Journal of Clinical Oncology, 29, 4839 – 4840.

2011        Krychman, M. & Katz, A. Breast cancer and sexuality: A multi-modal approach to treatment. Journal of Sexual Medicine. Article first published online: 7 DEC 2011 | DOI: 10.1111/j.1743-6109.2011.02566.x

2011         Adolescent pregnancy. Nursing for Women’s Health, 15 (2), 149 – 152.

2011         Not getting any closer (letter). Canadian Family Physician, 57, 416

2010        Katz, A. & Katz, A. Erectile Dysfunction. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 182 (4), 381 – 382.

2009       My body my self: Body image and sexuality in women with cancer. On-line only access at http://www.cano-    acio.ca/en/files/journal/CONJ%20-%20Winter%20Spring%202009%20ONLINE.pdf

2009       Interventions for Sexuality after Pelvic Radiation Therapy and Gynecological Cancer. The Cancer Journal: The Journal of Principles & Practice of Oncology, 15 (1), 45 – 47.

2009      It’s Getting Better All The Time: Gays and Lesbians in Cancer Care. Oncology Nursing Forum, 36 (2), 203 – 207.

2008     Katz, A. & Katz, A. The Top Thirteen: What Family Physicians Should Know About Prostate Cancer. Canadian Family Physician , 54, 198 – 203.

2007       Katz, A., Katz, A, & Burchill, C. Androgen therapy: Indications for Prescription and Measures of Clinical Monitoring. Canadian Family Physician, 53,1936-1942.

2007      Quality of Life for Men with Prostate Cancer. Cancer Nursing, 30 (4), 302 – 308.

2006      Lessick, M. & Katz, A. (2006). A genetics perspective on prostate cancer. Urologic Nursing, 26 (6), 454-460.

2006     Emergency contraception: Controversy remains. AWHONN Lifelines,10(4), 287-288.

2006     Testosterone for women: necessary or noxious? AWHONN Lifelines,10(3), 208-209.

2006      My Big, Fat, Fruitful Nursing Career: Equal doses of mind and spirit. American Journal of Nursing, 106 Suppl 1, 31.

2005     What happened? Sexual consequences of prostate cancer and its treatment. Canadian Family Physician, 51, 977-     982.

2004    The sounds of silence: sexuality information for cancer patients. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 23(1), 238-241

2004    Androgen Replacement Therapy for Aging Men. The Nurse Practitioner, 29 (10, 58-64

2004    Neonatal HIV Infection. Journal of Neonatal Nursing, 23 (1), 15 – 20.

2003   The problem is in the definition (letter). British Medical Journal, August 29, 2003. (http://www.bmj.bmjjournals.com/cgi/eletters/327/7412/426#36098)

2003    Observations and Advertising: Controversies in the Prescribing of Hormone Replacement Therapy. Health Care for Women International, 24, 927 – 939.

2003    “Where I come from, we don’t talk about that”: Exploring sexuality and culture among Blacks, Asians and Hispanics. AWHONN Lifelines, 6 (6), 533 – 536.

2003     Sexuality after Hysterectomy: a Review of the Literature and Discussion of Nurses’ Roles. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 42 (3), 297-304.

2003      HIV Update (editorial). JOGNN, 32 (1), 86.

2003     The State of the Evolving Art of Caring for Pregnant Women with HIV Infection. JOGNN, 32 (1), 102 – 108.

2002     Sexuality After Hysterectomy. JOGNN, 31 (3), 256 – 262.

2002      HIV Screening in Pregnancy: What Women Think (abstract).  Canadian Journal of Infectious Diseases, 13, Supplement A, 58A.

2002     Katz, A., Davis, P., & Scott-Findlay, S. Ask and ye shall plan: A health needs assessment of a university population. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 93, 1, 63 – 66.

2001     Waiting for something to happen : The experience of hospitalization with placenta previa.. Birth, 28 (3), 186 – 191.

2001     Katz, A. & Katz, A. Midwifery: What Nurses Know and Think. The Canadian Nurse, 97 (5), 23 – 27.

2001      HIV Screening in Pregnancy: What women think. JOGNN, 30 (4), 184 – 191.

2000     Birds Do It, Bees Do It , Why Can’t We Talk about It : The Nurses Role in Sexuality Counseling. AWHONN Lifelines, 4 (5), 40 – 41.

2000    Pregnant women and HIV infection, Part II: Nursing Care for HIV infected woman in the Perinatal Period. Mother Baby Journal, 5 (4), 5 – 9.

2000     Pregnant women and HIV infection, Part I : A review of the literature.

Mother Baby Journal, 5 (3), 5 – 10.

1999       Review of AWHONN’s High Risk and Critical Care Intrapartum Nursing. Mother Baby Journal, 4(5), 1.

1998       Maternal Serum Screening. Canadian Nurse, 94 (9), 35 – 39.

1998       Experiences of Volunteer Care Givers of People with AIDS. Journal of Volunteer Administration, 16 (3), 12 – 18.

1997        Issues in Prenatal Screening for HIV Infection. Contemporary Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1 (4), 5 -7.

1997       HIV Screening in Pregnancy : Informed or Imposed Choice  Prairie Medical Journal, 67 (1), 21 – 22.

1997        “Mom, I have something to tell you “: disclosing HIV infection. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 25, 139 – 143.

1996        Gaining a New Perspective on Life as a Consequence of Uncertainty in HIV Infection. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care,7, (4) 51 – 60.

1994         AIDS Dementia Complex – a literature review. The Journal of Palliative Care, 10(1)

1993         A Case Study of Mania in AIDS Dementia Complex. AIDS Patient Care, 8(4).

Editorials

2015       If it walks like a duck and quacks like a duck…. Oncology Nursing Forum, 42 (1),9

2014       The editor who loves to write. Oncology Nursing Forum, 41 (6),573

2014       The last taboo? Oncology Nursing Forum, 41 (5), 455

2014       Invisible minorities. Oncology Nursing Forum, 41 (4), 343

2014       The personification of cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 41 (3),223

2014       The language of cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 41 (2), 111

2014       New Year’s resolutions: Plans or reality? Oncology Nursing Forum, 41(1), 7

2013       How do we define “difficult” patients? Oncology Nursing Forum, 40(6), 531

2013       Behind the scenes. Oncology Nursing Forum, 40 (5), 421

2013       Scar tissue in the heart. Oncology Nursing Forum, 40(4), 307

2013       Telling the tales of young adult survivors. Oncology Nursing Forum, 40(3), 203

2013       Couples and cancer. Oncology Nursing Forum, 40 (2), 105

2012       Change equals opportunity. Oncology Nursing Forum, 39 (6), 523

2012       The impact of the impact factor. Oncology Nursing Forum, 39 (5), 427

2012       Family ties. Oncology Nursing Forum, 39 (4), 331

2012       Old roots and new growth. Oncology Nursing Forum, 39 (3), 235

2011       Forty five isn’t old! Nursing for Women’s Health, 15 (4), 275 – 276.

2011       At thirty. Nursing for Women’s Health, 15 (3), 193 – 194.

2011       Trust. Nursing for Women’s Health, 15 (2), 101- 102.

2011       At 15.  Nursing for Women’s Health, 15 (1), 9 – 10.

2011       Hope. Nursing for Women’s Health, 14 (6),  439 – 440.

2010       Excellence. Nursing for Women’s Health, 14 (5), 357 – 358.

2010       Membership: Priceless. Nursing for Women’s Health, 14 (4), 267 – 268.

2010       Full disclosure. Nursing for Women’s Health, 14 (3), 175 – 176.

2010       Here we go again! Nursing for Women’s Health, 14 (2), 95 – 96.

2010       Of pandemics and risk. Nursing for Women’s Health, 14 (1), 7 – 8.

2010       On dark and light. Nursing for Women’s Health, 13 (6), 455- 456.

2009       Making a difference. Nursing for Women’s Health, 13 (5), 363- 364.

2009       Social Butterfly.  Nursing for Women’s Health, 13 (4), 267-268

2009       Oh Canada. Nursing for Women’s Health, 13 (3), 179-180

2209       A call to convention.  Nursing for Women’s Health, 13 (2), 99-100.

2009       Old Friends.  Nursing for Women’s Health, 13 (1), 9-10

2009       I Say Mentor, You Say Mentee. Nursing for Women’s Health, 12 (6), 453-454

2008       In Appreciation of the Positive.  Nursing for Women’s Health, 12 (5), 369-370

2008       There But For The Grace. Nursing for Women’s Health, 12 (4), 273-274

2008         B if for blog. Nursing for Women’s Health, 12 (3), 185 – 186.

2008       The Booth and I. Nursing for Women’s Health, 12 (2), 99 – 100.

2008       You’re invited: To become a reviewer. Nursing for Women’s Health, 12 (1), 11-12.

2007       New year, new me. Nursing for Women’s Health, 11 (6), 533-534.

2007       Personal Heroes. Nursing for Women’s Health, 11, (5), 441-442.

2007       Tales from the classroom. Nursing for Women’s Health, 11, (4), 353-354.

2007       Birthing the baby: The joys of getting published. Nursing for Women’s Health, 11 (3), 231-232.

2007       We’re going to Disneyworld! Nursing for Women’s Health, 11 (2), 115 – 117.

2007       The spectrum of women’s health. Nursing for Women’s Health, 11 (1), 9 – 10.

2006       Farewell this lifeline. AWHONN Lifelines, 10 (6), 447- 448.

2006       Walking the walk. Do you practice what you preach. AWHONN Lifelines. 10(5), 355-356.

2006       What’s in a name? AWHONN Lifelines, 10(4), 277-278.

2006       Baltimore, here we come! AWHONN Lifelines, 10(3), 191-192.

2006       The moment is now. AWHONN Lifelines, 10(2), 99-100.

2006       On Miles and Memories: Happy Anniversary, Lifelines! AWHONN Lifelines. 10(1), 9-10.

2005       Looking back and looking forward. AWHONN Lifelines, 9(6), 441-442.

2005       Riding the gene train. AWHONN Lifelines, 9(5), 361-2.

2005       Nursing television. Definitely not reality! AWHONN Lifelines, 9(4), 281-282

2005       From paper to practice change. AWHONN Lifelines, 9(3),193-194.

2005       Think before you speak. AWHONN Lifelines, 9(2), 105-106.

2005       Some thoughts on change. AWHONN Lifelines, 9(1), 11-13.

2004       Your country needs you … to vote! AWHONN Lifelines, 8(5), 401-402.

2004       More than “just a nurse”. AWHONN Lifelines, 8(4), 293-294.

2004       An invitation to convention and conversation. . AWHONN Lifelines, 8(3), 185-186.

2004       Choosing nursing. AWHONN Lifelines, 8(2), 97-98.

2004       The business of selling treatments. AWHONN Lifelines, 8(1), 9-11.

2003       Lights! Camera! Expert! AWHONN Lifelines,  7,(6), 489-490.

2003       Battling the HIV/AIDS pandemic. AWHONN Lifelines, 7(5), 393-395.

2003       A new perspective. AWHONN Lifelines,  7(4), 297-299

2003       Words, powerful words. How our communication affects patient wellness & so much more. AWHONN Lifelines, 7(3), 205-207.

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Book chapters

2013   Life, Love and Loss after 50. In Living, Loving & Loss: The Interplay of Intimacy, Sexuality and Grief. Baywood Publishing Company; Amithyville, NY.

2011   Gay and Lesbian Patients with Cancer. In J. Mullhall (Ed). Cancer and Sexual Health. Springer: New York, NY

2010   Interventions for Sexuality after Pelvic Radiation Therapy and Gynecological Cancer in CANCER: Principles & Practice of Oncology. ANNUAL ADVANCES IN ONCOLOGY, Volume I

2009  Sexuality. In Canadian Fundamentals of Nursing 4th edition. Elsevier. (in press)

2008/2010  Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Clients in Lynnette Stamler and Lucia Yiu (Eds.)                     Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective. Pearson Education Canada: Toronto, Ont.