Moshe Cohn practices palliative medicine for children and adults, as well as pediatric critical care. He is dual fellowship-trained, and triple board-certified in hospice and palliative medicine, pediatric critical care medicine, and general pediatrics. Dr. Cohn is also a trained and certified healthcare ethics consultant, with expertise in complex medical decision-making. He specializes in navigating the ethical and moral challenges of modern medicine, including issues with complex chronic conditions in children, terminal illness and end-of-life care, and has a particular interest in the interface of secular and religious medical ethics. Dr. Cohn sits on multiple working groups and advisory boards, consulting on issues such as “brain death”, organ donation, xenotransplants (animal-to-human organ transplants), and pediatric gene therapy for rare diseases.
06/09: [CONFERENCE] A Cardiologist’s Practical Tips to Reduce Your Cardiovascular Risk
Join Dr Nicole Harkin, MD, FACC in a discussion about evidence-based, practical lifestyle tips that you can implement to optimize your heart health. Go beyond the basics and learn what the latest research has to say about heart healthy nutrition!