Women’s health expert Susan Wysocki on whether Plan B for girls without Rx is a good idea
About Susan Wysocki, WHNP, FAANP
Susan Wysocki is the President at iWoman's Health, which highlights insight, information and interconnections about health issues for women. iWomansHealth will be launched on the web in the near future, stay tuned for updates.
Susan is continuing as the Editor in Chief of Women's Health Care: A practical journal for nurse practitioners that reaches over 35,000 NPs practicing in women's health with each issue.
Susan was formerly the President and CEO of the National Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health (N-P-W-H). She is a woman’s health nurse practitioner certified by the National Certification Corporation (NCC) and a national recognized speaker and opinion leader in the field of women’s health.
Ms. Wysocki is the editor of Clinical Challenges in Women’s Health: A Handbook for Nurse Practitioners. She is the editor of multiple publications including: Contemporary Nurse Practitioners, Conversations in Counseling, and Transitions: Menopause News for NPs and PAs, Further, she is a contributing Editor and Washington, DC Bureau Chief for Nurse Practitioner World News. Ms. Wysocki also serves on the editorial boards of the American Journal for Nurse Practitioners, Patient Care for the Nurse Practitioner, and Contraceptive Technology Update. She is also the author of Family Planning at Your Fingertips and has authored numerous articles in nursing publications.
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Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 7:30 pm EST chat live with Pres and CEO of the Nat’l Association of Nurse Practitioners in Women’s Health
Get Your Daily Dose of Love From Life’s Best Experts. Today’s tips are from Susan Wysocki, RNC: “Great sex should not put someone at risk for an unintended pregnancy or a sexually transmitted disease, including HIV. Great sex is not so great if it creates worry and health problems later.” “Great sex has many variations. [...]