Danielle J. Foy, DNP, CRNP
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Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP)
BSN - Marywood College, Scranton, PA
MSN, Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Program - University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA
Clinical Program Director, Neonatal Follow-up Program
Enlow E, Foy D, Rubinos L, Gray M, Bamat N, Abbasi S, Lorch S. Health Literacy in Parents of Premature Infants: Distribution and Change During NICU Admission. Abstract.
Foy D, Burnham A, Cook N, Ziolkowski K, Colan P, Hurt H. Evaluation of a novel method of communicating outcomes of high-risk infants. Poster Presentation. Presented by NAPNAP, The 31st Annual Conference on Pediatric Health Care in Chicago, IL, April 17, 2010.
Anandalwar S, Brodsky N, Cook N, Burnham A, Foy D, Hurt H. Follow-up of urban ICN graduates (ICN-G): Assessing barriers to care. Poster Presentation. Baltimore, Maryland, E-PAS 2009:5518:346.
Anandalwar S, Brodsky N, Cook N, Burnham A, Foy D, Hurt H. Follow-up of urban ICN graduates (ICN-G): Assessing barriers to care. Poster Session. College of Physicians of Philadelphia Section on Public Health, May 5, 2009
Hurt H, Foy D, Driscoll E, Colan P. Neonatal follow-up: A novel method of communicating outcomes. Poster Session. American Academy of Pediatrics, San Francisco, CA; October 9, 2004.
Foy, DJ. Primary Care Issues for Preterm and Late-preterm infants. Guest speaker for Villanova NP students at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA.
2001-present, National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (NAPNAP)
1994-present, Member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
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