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  • Trout, Kimberly, 2016

    *Trout, K.K., Homko, C., Wetzel-Effinger, L., Mulla, W., Mora, R., McGrath, J., Basel-Brown, L., Arcamone, A., Samii, P., & Makambi, K. (2016) Macronutrient composition or social determinants? Impact on infant outcomes with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM). Diabetes Spectrum, 29 (2), 71-78.

  • Trout, Kimberly, 2015

    Trout, K.K., & Eshkevari, L. (2015). Chapter 28: Support for women in labor and beyond. In T.L. King, M.C. Brucker, J.M. Kriebs, J.O. Fahey, C.L. Gegor, & H. Varney (Eds.), Varney’s midwifery. (5th Ed.)(883-914). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett.

  • Trout, Kimberly, 2014

    Trout, K.K. (2014). Chapter 23: Gestational diabetes. In R.G. Jordan, J. Engstrom, J. Marfel, & C.L. Farley (Eds.), Prenatal and postnatal care: A woman-centered approach. (1st Ed.)(387-396). Ames, IA: Wiley-Blackwell.

  • Trout, Kimberly, 2013

    Eshkevari, L., Trout, K.K., & Damore, J. (2013). Management of postpartum pain. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health , 58(6), 622-631.

  • Trout, Kimberly, 2013
    Trout, K.K., Ellis, K.A., & Bratschie, A. (2013). Prevention of obesity and diabetes in childbearing women. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health , 58(3), 297-302.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2012

    Trout, K.K., Blake, K., & Maroszan, H. (2012). Caring for the pregnant woman with a family history of cognitive/developmental disabilities. In E. Giarelli and M. Gardner (Eds.), Nursing of autism spectrum disorder: Evidence-based integrated care across the lifespan. (81-100). New York: Springer Publications.

  • Trout, Kimberly, 2012
    Trout, K.K., McGrath, J., Flanagan, J., Costello, M., & Frey, J. (2012). A pilot study to increase fruit and vegetable intake in Latina pregnant women. Journal of Primary Care and Community Health, 3(1), 42405.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2011
    Trout, K.K., Averbuch, T., & Barowski, M. (2011). Promoting breastfeeding among obese women and women with gestational diabetes mellitus. Current Diabetes Reports, 11(1), 42563.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2011
    Yehuda, I., Ramos, J.N., & Trout K.K. (2011). Fetal growth scans and amniotic fluid assessment in gestational diabetes. JOGNN, 40, 603-616.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2010
    Trout, K.K. (2010). Human trafficking: The role of nurses in identifying and helping victims. Pennsylvania Nurse, 65(4), 18-20.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2010
    Trout, K.K. (2010). A tale of two births: The healing power of VBAC. Midwifery Today with International Midwife (Midwifery Today Int Midwife), 96, 26-28, 67.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2008
    Trout, K.K., Basel-Brown, L., Rickels, M.R., Schutta, M.H., Petrova, M., Freeman, E.W., Tkacs, N.C., & Teff, K.L. (2008). Insulin sensitivity, food intake, and cravings with premenstrual syndrome: A pilot study. Journal of Women’s Health, 17(4), 657-665.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2008
    Trout, K.K. & Scheiner, G. (2008). Blood glucose control and the menstrual cycle. Review of Endocrinology, 2(10), 27-29.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2007
    Trout, K.K., Homko, C., & Tkacs, N.C. (2007). Methods of measuring insulin sensitivity. Biological Research for Nursing, 8(4), 305-318.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2007
    Trout, K.K., Rickels, M.R., Schutta, M.H., Petrova, M., Freeman, E.W., Tkacs, N.C., & Teff, K.L. (2007). Menstrual cycle effects on insulin sensitivity in women with type 1 diabetes: A pilot study. Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics, 9(2), 176-182.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2006
    Homko, C.J., & Trout, K. (2006). Women and diabetes. Nursing Clinics of North America, 41(4), 549-565.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2004
    Trout, K.K. (2004). The neuromatrix theory of pain: Implications for selected non-pharmacologic methods of pain relief for labor. Journal of Midwifery & Women’s Health , 49(6), 482-488.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2004
    Trout, K.K. & Teff, K.L. (2004). Insulin sensitivity and premenstrual syndrome. Current Diabetes Reports, 4(4), 273-280.
  • Trout, Kimberly, 2000
    Trout, K.K. (2000). Unexpected allies. How a rural hospital medical staff came to the support of midwives. Midwifery Today with International Midwife (Midwifery Today Int Midwife), 56, 18-19.