Moshesh, M, Saldana, T, Deans, E, Cooper, T, and Baird, D. "Factors associated with low-lying intrauterine devices: a cross-sectional ultrasound study in a cohort of African-American women." Contraception 98, no. 1 (July 2018): 25-29.
Elizabeth Innes Deans, MD
I never thought I wanted to be a doctor until I worked at Planned Parenthood after college. As a medical assistant working with patients, I realized my passion for women’s health. I later went to UNC for medical school and decided to pursue Obstetrics and Gynecology due to the importance of women’s healthcare. During residency at UC San Diego, I was fortunate to rotate at the local VA hospital and loved serving our veterans and their families. I knew that I wanted to work at a VA when I completed training. After my fellowship in Family Planning at Emory University, I couldn’t be happier with my current job! I split my time between Duke, mainly focusing on contraception and pregnancy loss care, and the Durham VA, where I can provide gynecology care to our much deserving, women veterans.
Education and Training
- M.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2009
Fager, AM, Deans, E, and James, AH. "Perioperative Management of the Gynecologic Patient on Long-term Anticoagulation." Clinical obstetrics and gynecology 61, no. 2 (June 2018): 278-293.
Deans, EI, and Grimes, DA. "Intrauterine devices for adolescents: a systematic review." Contraception 79, no. 6 (June 2009): 418-423. (Review)