Cogan, R., & Raff, B. (2023, July 30). Winnie-the-Pooh Gun Violence Pamphlet Exploits a cherished character: Opinion. 

Cogan, R. (2023, May 1). Nurses and Gun Violence Prevention: Protecting the Public’s Health. Nursing Economics. 

Combe, L. G., & Cogan, R. (2023). School Nurses Can Reduce Firearm Injuries and Deaths. NASN School Nurse.

Miotto, M. B., & Cogan, R. (May 2023). Empowered or Traumatized? A Call for Evidence-Informed Armed-Assailant Drills in U.S. Schools. New England Journal of Medicine (NJEM). 

Mental Health Crisis Among Teens: Girls Are Especially at Risk. AJN, American Journal of Nursing 123(5):p 12, May 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000933880.48548.f9 

Hassmiller, S., Daniel, G. A., & Cogan, R. (2023). Chapter 10 – Pandemic School Nursing—Another Front Line. In Taking action top 10 Priorities to promote health equity and Well-being in Nursing (pp. 195–197). essay, SIGMA. 

Gavin EM, Cogan R, Galemore CA. The Roses and Thorns of Legislative Advocacy in School Nursing Leadership. NASN School Nurse. 2022;0(0). doi:10.1177/1942602X221137587

Levy, J., Cogan, R., & Choo, E. (2022, November 9). Universal masking in school works. new data shows how well. Time Magazine. Retrieved February 23, 2023, from 

Cogan, R. /. (2022, September 9). Looking Through Lenses of Compassion and Courage. Nursing Economic$. Retrieved September 20, 2022, from 

Cogan, R. (2022, September 15). Four reasons we need school nurses now more than ever. RWJF. Retrieved September 15, 2022, from 

Cogan, R. (2022, August 25). Message from a concerned school nurse – AJN Off the Charts. Retrieved August 25, 2022, from 

Cogan, R. M. (2022, August 10). When the impact of gun violence is personal and professional. BulletPoints Project. Retrieved November 7, 2022, from 

Walsh, / J. H., Walker, D., Cogan, R., Walker, R., & Dillard-Wright, J. (2022, June 13). The point is to change it: Nursing theory and ending gun violence. Nursology. Retrieved January 25, 2023 

Cogan, R., (May 31, 2022) “Exemplar: Social Media as a Format for Nursing Advocacy” OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing Vol. 27, No. 2, Manuscript 5.

Cogan, R. (2022, May 11). School nurses: A ‘hidden health care system’ finds a voice AJN off the charts. Off the Charts. Retrieved May 11, 2022, from 

Cogan, R. (September 2, 2021). School nurses: In the eye of the storm. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services, 59(9), 2–3. 

Sasson, C., & Cogan, R. (2021, August 2). Opinion: Our children will suffer if adults can’t get school Covid Precautions right. CNN Opinion: Our children will suffer if adults can’t get school Covid precautions right. 

Grano, C.A., Gavin, E.M., Cogan, R., (May 31, 2021) “Through the Looking Glass: Reflections from Three School Nurses Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic” OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing Vol. 26, No. 2, Manuscript 4.


Turning Off the ‘School-to-Prison Pipeline’, AJN, American Journal of Nursing: May 2021 – Volume 121 – Issue 5 – p 16 doi: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000751048.18807.73 – Accompanying podcast:

Cogan, R. (2020, August 26). I’m a New Jersey school nurse. ‘Fingers crossed’ is not an acceptable reopening strategy. Retrieved August 31, 2020, from

Cogan, R. (2020, August 12). School Nurses as the New Front Line in the Struggle to Contain COVID. Retrieved August 16, 2020, from

Kass, D., Cogan, R. (2020, August 07). The New COVID-19 First Responders? School Nurses | Opinion. Retrieved September 01, 2020, from

Selekman, J., & Cogan, R. (2020). School Nursing Certification Review [Https://]. Mt. Laurel, New Jersey: NBCSN. 

Cogan, R. (2020). Future of Nursing 2020-2030 Philadelphia Town Hall: Lessons Shared From a Relentless School Nurse. NASN School Nurse. doi: 10.1177/1942602×19896836

Cogan, R. (2017 – present). The Relentless School Nurse [Web log post]. Retrieved August 02, 2020, from

Selekman, J., Shannon, R. A., Yonkaitis, C. F., Conway, S., Cogan, R., & Chewey, L. (2019). School nursing: A comprehensive text (Third, pp. 116–135). essay, F. A. Davis Company. 

Cogan, R., Nickitas, D.M., Mazyck, D. et al. Curr Trauma Rep (2019). Link to open access article: School Nurses Share Their Voices, Trauma, and Solutions by Sounding the Alarm on Gun Violence


Cogan, R., & Kiefner, J. (2019, September 1). COMPLEMENTARY COLLABORATORS: SCHOOL COUNSELORS AND SCHOOL NURSES. Retrieved September 30, 2019, from


Cogan, R. (2019). Creating Partnerships that Reflect the Collective Will of Healthcare Professionals: An Interview with Megan Ranney. Nursing Economics, 37(3), May/June 2019. Retrieved from


Cogan, R. (2018). Guest Editorial, Nursing Economics Journal: NURSING ECONOMIC$/March-April 2018/Vol. 36/No. 2.


Betancourt, J., & Cogan, R. (2019). Sesame Street and School Nurses Join in a “Circle of Care”. NASN School Nurse. doi:10.1177/1942602×18822514

Cogan, R. (2019, April 04). No More Empty Desks. Retrieved August 02, 2020, from

Cogan, R. (2019, October 21). The Impact of Gun Violence Across Three Generations. Retrieved August 02, 2020, from

Cogan, R. (2018, June 1). Promoting Health and Learning School Nursing Practice in New Jersey’s Public Schools Practice Guide [PDF]. Trenton: NJSSNA. (Contributed to publication along with other NJ school nurses)

Kiefner, J., Cogan, R. and Conway, S. (2018). Power of the Past, Celebrate the Present, Force of the Future Part 2: Our Story—NASN’s Second 25 Years. NASN School Nurse, 33(5), pp.299-308.

Cogan, R. (2018, May 22). Trauma-Responsive Schools Must Be the New Gold Standard in Education. Retrieved August 02, 2020, from

Cogan, R., Conway, S., and Atkins, J. (2017). Redesigning School Nursing Education in New Jersey to Address the Challenges and Opportunities of Population Health. NASN School Nurse, 32(2), pp.83-86.