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Julia Woodward

Associate Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences, Behavioral Medicine
School of Medicine

Associate Professor in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Obstetrics and Gynecology, Reproductive Endocrinology & Fertility
School of Medicine
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5704 Fayetteville Road, Durham, NC 27713

Box 3143 DUMC, Durham, NC 27710

(919) 572-8853 julia.woodward@duke.edu

Dr. Woodward is integrated into the multidisciplinary team at the Duke Fertility Center.  She specializes in working with patients coping with infertility, pregnancy loss, and perinatal mood disorders and offers third-party reproduction evaluation and consultation.  Her research focuses on family and child outcomes for first-time parents in their forties and fifties as well as enhancing adaptation to the stress of infertility.


Education & Training

B.A. 1995

University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill

M.A. 2000

University of Kansas

Ph.D. 2004

University of Kansas

Intern, Medical Psychologoy

Duke University

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Pain Prevention and Treatment Research Program, Psychiatry

Duke University School of Medicine

Grants

Decision Making by Patients Seeking Care for Fertility Problems

National Institutes of Health

Publications

Surrogacy Laws in the United States: What Obstetrician-Gynecologists Need to Know.

PMID 32028508
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Is it time to establish age restrictions in ART?

PMID 31848898
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Donor-conceived children: the view ahead.

PMID 28541418
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Third-party reproduction in the Internet Age: the new, patient-centered landscape.

PMID 26070518
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Infertility

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Dyadic goal appraisal during treatment for infertility: how do different perspectives relate to partners' adjustment?

PMID 21706362
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Moving forward during major goal blockage: situational goal adjustment in women facing infertility.

PMID 21222027
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DYADIC GOAL APPRAISAL DURING TREATMENT FOR INFERTILITY

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GOAL ADJUSTMENT DURING INFERTILITY

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What do I have to lose? Effects of a psycho-educational intervention on cancer patient preference for resuscitation.

PMID 17712617
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Hope in cognitive psychotherapies: On working with client strengths

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Hope against the cold: individual differences in trait hope and acute pain tolerance on the cold pressor task.

PMID 15745432
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Acceptance and Regoaling in the Context of Infertility: How Do We Move Forward During Blockage of a Major Life Goal?

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"False" hope.

PMID 12209861
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The roles of hopeful thinking in preventing problems and enhancing strengths

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Hope theory and cognitive-behavioral therapies

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Hope as a common factor across psychotherapy approaches: A lesson from the Dodo’s verdict

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Hope theory as applied to brief treatments: Problem-solving and solution-focused therapies

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Confronting breast cancer: Hopes for health.

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Cognitive-behavioral therapy for pain in older adults

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Individual and family outcomes of first-time parents over 40: Implications of later-life parenting

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The cost-effectiveness of remote sensing and repair in reducing motor vehicle nitrogen oxide emissions

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HIV prevention behaviors among adolescent women: The role of hope and coping strategies

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Interactions of high- and low-hope individuals: A look at interpersonal theory

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Meeting breast cancer patients’ psychosocial needs: Relationship of preferences and practices of physicians and patients to patient satisfaction with care

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Acceptance and regoaling in the context of infertility: How do we move forward during blockage of a major life goal?

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Treatment of Depression with Cognitive and Self-System Therapies: Methods, Outcome, and Adherence.

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Fertility patients’ preferences and attitudes about gamete donation: What kind of donor and donor program do they want?

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Goal Adjustment During Infertility

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Dyadic goal appraisal during treatment for infertility

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How old is too old?: The rise of parenting at advanced reproductive age.

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