Erin Moore
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About Me

Erin Moore is the mother of 4 children, ages 5 and under. Her 3 year old son, Drew, has cystic fibrosis. Erin is involved with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation as both a fundraiser and as their state advocacy Chair, sharing the policy agenda of the foundation with key decision makers in government to let them know how the decisions that they make can positively or negatively impact the CF community.  She is the chair of the mission committee for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, acting as the face and voice of the CF Foundation mission by representing local families and care givers from the Cincinnati/Dayton area and supporting the chapter’s fundraising and advocacy needs by sharing her story. Erin also chairs the parent quality improvement team for the pulmonary unit at Cincinnati Children's Hospital and works as a parent TOUCH volunteer in the NICU. She meets with families currently in the NICU as someone who formerly had a child there to share a message of support and hope.


At Medicine X 2015

Friday, September 27 9:05 am (Plenary Hall)
Part 1: The new patient
This session will examine the evolving definition of what it means to be a patient in 2013. We will look at the evolution of the patient relationship (patient-patient, patient-caregiver, and patient-doctor)... Read more
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