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Lisa Goldberg

Nursing

Experience in LGBT2SQ research

Feminist and queer phenomenology; Diversity and health inequities in women’s health; Perinatal nursing;

Interest in LGBT2SQ research

Feminist and queer phenomenology; Diversity and health inequities in women’s health; Perinatal nursing;

Published Work

  • Dean, M., Heyes, C., & Goldberg, L. (in press). Queer phenomenology, sexual orientation and health care spaces: Learning from the narratives of queer women and nurses in primary health care. Journal of Homosexuality.
  • Harbin, A., Beagan, B., & Goldberg, L. (2012). Discomfort, judgment, and health care for queers. Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, 9(2), 149-160.
  • Goldberg, L., Harbin, A., & Campbell, S. (2011). Queering the birthing space: Phenomenological interpretations of the relationships between lesbian couples and perinatal nurses in the context of birthing care.Sexualities,14, 173-192.
  • Goldberg, L., Ryan, A., & Sawchyn, J. (2009). Feminist and queer phenomenology: A framework for perinatal nursing practice, research, and education for advancing lesbian health.Healthcare for Women International,30(6), 536-549.
  • Goldberg, L. (2005/2006). Understanding lesbian experience: What perinatal nurses should know to promote women's health.Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, & Neonatal Nurses Lifelines, 9(6), 463-467.