Nese Yuksel

Summary:

My research program can be summarized as follows: 1. To study aspects of women's health, specifically in the areas of reproductive health and menopause to enhance our understanding women's perspectives and improve the quality of care of women. 2. To evaluate interventions to identify patients at high risk for osteoporotic fractures and to enhance the care of patients with osteoporosis. 3. Knowledge translation through the development of evidence based practice tools and resources in the areas of reproductive health, menopause and osteoporosis to support women and health care providers.

Stories this researcher is featured in:

September 17, 2021

Women’s health research spotlight: Nese Yuksel

Women's health researcher is passionate about bringing her clinical experience into her research.

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June 30, 2021

Empowering women with mental health support

Dawn Kingston, Sue Ross and Nese Yuksel are conducting life-changing mental health research that impacts women of all ages, from adolescence to beyond menopause.

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March 8, 2021

U of A researchers push scientific boundaries, overcome stigma so women don’t have to ‘suffer in silence’

In honour of International Women’s Day, we celebrate three research-focused clinicians who are improving women’s health.

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November 7, 2018

Exploring the decision-making process for women in early surgical menopause

Tasneem Siyam studied the decision-making process of women in early surgical menopause and developed a tool to help them choose the right treatment path.

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