In the Media
The Baltimore Sun
NDMU President Marylou Yam, a nurse and expert in the treatment and prevention of domestic violence, weighs in on the NFL's Mueller Report, urging that its important recommendations not be overlooked.
The Catholic Review
Raising awareness: Notre Dame’s new president aids archdiocesan response to domestic violence.
President Yam and Melissa Lees, director of Campus Ministry and Community Service, are featured in this article about NDMU's efforts to educate on the issue of domestic violence.
Yam wants the university’s students to be able to recognize relationship “red flags” and know where to get help. She also wants to correct common misperceptions, including the ideas that domestic violence only affects women of low socioeconomic status or always involves substance abuse. 'We know this is a worldwide health problem,' she said. 'It cuts across all socioeconomic and racial, cultural lines.'
Seen but not heard: battered women's perceptions of the ED experience. The Journal of Emergency Nursing, 2000 Oct;26(5):464-70.
Domestic violence. The pregnant battered women. Noel NL, Yam M. Nursing Clinics of North America. 1992 Dec;27(4):871-84.
Wife abuse: strategies for a therapeutic response. Yam M. Scholarly Inquiry for Nursing Practice. 1995 Summer;9(2):147-58.
Teaching nursing students to critique research for gender bias. Yam M. West J Nursing Research 1994 Dec;16(6):724-7.
Using feminist pedagogical strategies in the research classroom. Yam M. Nurse Educator. 1999 Mar-Apr;24(2):10, 19, 28 passim.
Work performance by persons with multiple sclerosis: conditions that impede or enable the performance of work. Gulick EE, Yam M, Touw MM. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 1989;26(4):301-11.
Emerging trends in nursing research: the shift from nurses to nursing. Yam M, Rosenfeld P. NLN Publ. 1987 Nov;(18-2196):107-10.
Nurse case managers' perceptions of advocacy: a phenomenological inquiry. Hellwig SD, Yam M, DiGiulio M. Lippincott's Case Management. 2003 Mar-Apr;8(2):53-63; quiz 64-5.