Rachel E. Cohen, MSN, MFT, CRNP
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Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner (PPCNP-BC)
BSN - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
BA - University of Rochester, Rochester, NY
MSN - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
MFT MCP - Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA
Morrison, J. Cianni, A., Cohen, R., Davis, R., Fairfax, T., London, K., Newman, A., Randel, K., Schucker, M., Waters, K., Williamson, T., Williams, L., Deatrick, J.A. (2009). The epidemic of pediatric obesity: Nurse practitioner students and high school students collaborate to educate the community about the importance of healthy eating and activity. Program and Abstracts of the 25th National Pediatric Nursing Conference.
Cohen, R.E. (2009, April) An Intervention to Decrease Diabetes Risk Factors in the Community: A Partnership between Nurse Practitioner and High School Students . Poster presented at “Academically Based Community Service Summit”, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.
Cohen, R.E. (2009, April) Panelist, Student Leadership at Penn and in West Philadelphia. Presented at “Academically Based Community Service Summit”, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.
2009, Mayoral Proclamation honoring the University of Pennsylvania Pediatric Acute/ Chronic and Pediatric Oncology Nurse Practitioner Students and Sayre High School Students for Academically Based Community Service
2009, Citation from Philadelphia City Council honoring Rachel Cohen for loyal dedication to the Penn/ Sayre Partnership
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