Academic Staff
Anne Katz, RN, PhD
Adjunct Professor

E: Anne_Katz@umanitoba.ca
P: 204.787.4495
F: 204.786.0637

 

 

 Education
 
PhD, University of Manitoba
MN, University of Manitoba
BN, University of Manitoba
HIV Nurse Clinician Course, University of Southern California
Registered Nurse and Midwife, Groote Schuur School of Nursing, Cape Town, South Africa
 
 Specialty/Clinical/Teaching Areas

 
Clinical Interests: Cancer and Sexuality; men's health; women's health; human sexuality

Teaching Areas: Women's health; men's health
 

 Recent Publications
 
Books:
Katz, A. (2009). Woman Cancer Sex. Oncology Nursing Society: Pittsburgh, PA.

Katz, A. (2009). Sex When You’re Sick: Reclaiming Sexual Health after Illness or Injury. Praeger: New York, NY.

Katz, A. (2007) Breaking the Silence on Cancer and Sexuality: A Handbook for Health Care Professionals. Oncology Nursing Society: Pittsburgh, PA.

Book Chapters: Katz, A. (2008). Sexuality. In Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Guidelines and Recommendations for Practice, Third Edition. Oncology Nursing Society: Pittsburgh, PA.

Katz, A. (2008). Reproductive Issues. In Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Guidelines and Recommendations for Practice, Third Edition. Oncology Nursing Society: Pittsburgh, PA. Katz, A. (2007). Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual And Transgender Clients in Lynnette Stamler and Lucia Yiu (Eds)

Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective 2nd Ed. Pearson Education Canada: Toronto, Ont.

Journal Articles:
Katz, A. & Katz, A. (2007). The Top Thirteen: What Family Physicians Should Know About Prostate Cancer. Canadian Family Physician (in press).

Katz, A. & Katz, A. (2007). Androgen therapy: Indications for Prescription and Measures of Clinical Monitoring. Canadian Family Physician (in press).

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

Lessick, M. & Katz, A. (2006). A genetics perspective on prostate cancer. Urologic Nursing, 26 (6), 454-460. Katz, A. (2006). Emergency contraception: Controversy remains. AWHONN Lifelines,10(4),287-288.

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

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

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

Columns:
Katz, A. (2007). Not tonight dear: The elusive female libido. American Journal of Nursing (in press)

Katz, A. (2007). When sex hurts: Menopause-related dyspareunia. American Journal of Nursing, 107, 34 – 39.

Katz, A (2007). Sexuality and myocardial infarction. American Journal of Nursing, 107, 49 – 52. Katz, A. (2006). Erectile dysfunction and its discontents. American Journal of Nursing, 106, 70 –72.

Katz, A. (2006). What have my kidneys got to do with my sex life?: The impact of late-stage chronic kidney disease on sexual function. American Journal of Nursing, 106(9), 81-3.

Katz, A. (2005). Sexuality and hysterectomy: finding the right words: responding to patients' concerns about the potential effects of surgery. American Journal of Nursing, 105(12), 65-8.

Katz, A. (2005). Do ask, do tell: why do so many nurses avoid the topic of sexuality? American Journal of Nursing, 105(7), 66-8.