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Dana Cox, Nursing CEU writer

Dana M. Cox MA, BSN, RN, CIMI

Dana M. Cox


Dana Cox has been an RN since 1983. She has worked as a nurse in prehospital, emergency, critical care, and pediatrics. Dana is also a credentialed ECSE (early childhood special education) teacher in California. She has provided early intervention services to infants and toddlers with special needs, including survivors of pediatric abusive head trauma, and now works in the area of early childhood professional development. Dana has carried multiple certifications, including Certified Emergency Nurse and Critical Care Registered Nurse. She is endorsed in California as an Infant/Family Early Childhood Mental Health Specialist/Reflective Practice Facilitator.


  • University of Massachusetts-Boston, Fellow, Infant Parent Mental Health, Postgraduate Certification Program
  • University of California Santa Cruz—Intensive Spanish
  • Santa Clara University, MA / Credential Early Childhood Special Education
  • San Francisco State University (BSN—Nursing)
  • Skyline Community College (EMT Course)
  • San Diego State University (Pre-Nursing), Grossmont Nursing School (Nurse Aide Course)
  • California Polytechnic State University (SLO)—Biology


  • Blind Babies Newsletter
    • "Finding On-line Support and Information"
  • Exceptional Parent
    • "Identical and Different-Talk about Twins"
  • TWINS Magazine
    • "Finding On-line Support and Information"
    • "Supporting Sibling Interactions"
    • "Positive Effects of Early Intervention"
    • "Play and the Child with Special Needs"
    • "After the Diagnosis: What’s Next?"
  • NOMOTC (National Organization Mothers of Twins) Notebook
    • "When Pregnancy Isn’t Perfect: Having a Twin with Special Needs"
  • CME Resource "Pediatric Trauma"
    Continuing education text and post-test for medical professionals
  • EMERGENCY: The Journal of Emergency Services
    Six feature articles related to trauma and pediatric emergency care
  • Journal of Emergency Nursing
    • "Complete Heart Block in the Pediatric Patient"
    • Abstractor for ENA’s Nursing Scan for Emergency Care

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