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Camden County Launches Housing First Initiative to End Homelessness

The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs, New Jersey Department of Human Services, Camden County Board of Freeholders, local hospitals, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers, Southern NJ Continuum of Care and local housing providers announced the launch of a collaborative effort to reduce

Cooper Learning Center Offers Second Annual Facets of Dyslexia Conference

Dyslexia is a learning disability that causes difficulties with reading, writing and spelling. Students with dyslexia can effectively learn with appropriate educational interventions and teaching methods tailored to their specific learning disability. According to some experts, up to 15 percent of

Cooper Names Cardiac Nurse as First DAISY Award Winner

Cooper University Health Care has named Chris Thaler, RN, of Gloucester Township, NJ, as its first DAISY Award winner. The DAISY Award, established by The DAISY Foundation, is an international program that rewards and celebrates the extraordinary clinical skill and compassionate care given by nurses

Free Colon Cancer Prevention and Detection Webinar

The team at the Cooper Digestive Health Institute and their colleagues at MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper are using Colon Cancer Awareness Month as a springboard to promote colon health. Christopher W. Deitch, MD, gastroenterologist, will be interviewed during a live online program in

"Helping Our Heroes" Team Visits Collingswood Fire Department

Pictured, right to left: Lorraine Sweeney; Bilal Fawaz; Edith Trinidad-Medina; Keith Davis; Terri Yeager; Lynn Rosner; and Max Kursh.

The Helping Our Heroes program was at Collingswood Fire Department yesterday morning offering preventative screening and educating first responders about

"Stop the Bleed" Training Offered at Cooper

Would you know how to "Stop the Bleed" if your loved one had a deep laceration causing severe bleeding? The Cooper University Health Care Department of Trauma is offering free "Stop the Bleed" training as part of a national initiative aimed at putting knowledge gained by first responders and the

#ILookLikeASurgeon

Who do you picture when you think of a surgeon? Cooper surgeons recently spoke to the Courier Post about women in surgery and the viral hashtag #ILookLikeASurgeon. Watch the video and read the article by clicking here. Pictured above: