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Research Faculty

Sue-DutreilSue duTreil, PhD, LCSW
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine

Biography
Dr. du Treil earned her Master of Social Work and PhD from Tulane University School of Social Work where she concentrated in Mental Health Direct Services. Her dissertation was about adherence to medical treatment by the chronically ill. Dr. du Treil has practiced social work for nearly 40 years.

In 1996, she joined Tulane University School of Medicine, Section of Hematology/Oncology as a Hemophilia Social Worker (Senior Counselor) at the Louisiana Center for Bleeding and Clotting Disorders. In 2005, Dr. du Treil was appointed to the part-time faculty of Tulane University School of Medicine, Section of Hematology/Oncology as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Medicine. In June 2012, she was promoted to her current position as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine.

Dr. du Treil was the first recipient of the National Hemophilia Foundation's Social Work Excellence Fellowship.


Selected Publications
Siddiqi A, Oakley M, Kulkarni R, Soucie S, Byams V, du Treil S. Quality of Life in People with Hemophilia. Society for Epidemiological Research (SER). Minneapolis, Minnesota. June 27-30, 2012.

Siddiqi A, Oakley M, Kulkarni R, Soucie S, Byams V, du Treil S. Quality of Life in Men with Hemophilia. Poster Presentation. Society for Epidemiological Research (SER). Minneapolis, Minnesota. June 27-30, 2012

Siddiqi A, Oakley M, Kulkarni R, Soucie S, Byams V, du Treil S. Physical health and quality of life in male UDC enrollees with hemophilia. Abstract and Poster Presentation at the National Hemophilia Foundations 63th Annual Conference. Chicago, Illinois , November, 2011.

du Treil S, Rice J, Merritt D, Kuebler, E. Parents Empowering Parents (PEP) Program: Understanding its Impact on the bleeding disorders community. Haemophilia (2011), 17, e895–e900.

du Treil S, Rice J, Leissinger CA. Letter to the Editor: Maintenance of Treatment Logs by Hemophilia. Patients. Haemophilia 16, (3): 545-547. May, 2010.

du Treil S, Rice J, Leissinger CA. Quantifying adherence to treatment and its relationship to quality of life in a well characterized hemophilia population. Haemophilia.13 (5):493-501. 2007.

Book
Zappa S, Cantini M, du Treil S, Kuebler E, Wulff K. Rafting rescue: An adventure at camp cascade. Created in Region VI through a grant from the National Hemophilia Foundation's Nursing Excellence Fellowship. Printing by: ZLB Behring. 2004 .

 

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