School of Nursing
University at Buffalo
317 B Wende Hall
Buffalo, NY 14214-3079
Working with families experiencing a perinatal loss is heartbreaking – but as a nurse, it has also been my greatest privilege.
Meg Doerzbacher is a clinical instructor at the UB SON, as well as a PhD student. She received her BS in Nursing, MSN, and post-master's certificate from the University of Cincinnati. Doerzbacher is a neonatal nurse practitioner and her research focuses within the neonatal field. Her specific areas of research include breastfeeding for women treated for substance use disorders and perinatal bereavement.
Doerzbacher, M., Sperlich, M., Hequembourg, A., Chang, Y. P. (2021). Scoping review of barriers and facilitators of breastfeeding in women on opioid maintenance therapy. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 50(6). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jogn.2021.09.004
Doerzbacher, M., & Chang, Y.-P. (2019). Supporting breastfeeding for women on opioid maintenance therapy: A systematic review. Journal of Perinatology, 39(9), 1159-1164.