1033 E. Third Street
Bloomington, IN 47405
Erin Wyatt has practiced nursing in a variety of areas, including inpatient and outpatient oncology, pediatrics, obstetrics, and lactation services. Additionally, she has worked in the community setting as a patient educator, and also as a nurse in the local public school system. Her research interests include the experiences of transgender people with the healthcare system, and health disparities. She is the mother of 3 young children, and enjoys sewing, crafting, gardening, and reading.
Wyatt, E. (2008). Learn more about triple negative breast cancer. Oncology Nursing Society Breast Care Special Interest Group Newsletter, 4(2).
Wyatt, E. (2008). Reduce breast cancer risk through breastfeeding. Oncology Nursing Society Breast Care Special Interest Group Newsletter, 4(2).
Wyatt, E. (2009). Life after cancer: The importance of survivorship programs for adults. ONS Connect, 24(6), 8-11.
Wyatt, E. (2009). Calling a truce with cancer. Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 13(4), 366.
Wyatt, E. (2009). Health policy advocacy: Oncology nurses making a difference. ONS Connect, 24(6), 10-13.
Wyatt, E. (2009). Breastfeeding: A cancer control strategy. Indiana Cancer Consortium Connection, winter 2009. Article also appeared in the Indiana Perinatal Network’s triannual newsletter in February 2010.