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Webinar Series 

Patricia Davidson

September 26 2018 

Join COPE and presenter Patricia Davidson as we kick off our 2018-2019 webinar series!

 

Current research points to a correlation between gut health and diabetes and yet most health professionals are unfamiliar with applications to clinical care. There are a number of dietary and lifestyle factors that can lead to an alteration in gut flora, also known as the microbiome.  Join our webinar to learn about the critical role gut flora plays in affecting insulin sensitivity, insulin resistance, and alterations in the immune response. 

 

Click here for more information and to register! 

 

COPE and FCN team up with Catholic Social Services for its Community Cooks program

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Through this program, FCN faculty, COPE staff and nursing students train "peer mentors" -  chosen from Martha's Choice Maretplace (MCM) food pantry at Catholic Social Services in Montgomery County -  on strategies for improving nutrition at home and teach them recipes featuring fresh produce and other healthful ingredients available through MCM. For more information, contact COPE Director Rebecca Shenkman. 

go further with food

COPE celebrates National Nutrition Month (NNM)! 

Did you know March was National Nutrition Month? This year's theme was Go Further with Food - the focus being how to reduce wasted food, money and nutrients. Read COPE's NNM newsletter (PDF above) which offers quick tips on how to eat sustainably, resources and recipe links for leftover food creations. Also check out the recording from Libby's Luncheonette Radio Show where COPE dietitians discuss what eating sustainably means and how people can make easy and sustainable changes to their eating behaviors.

novafit challenge

Nutrition Counseling for Villanova Employees - earn NovaFit points! 

Take advantage of this exclusive benefit to employees enrolled in VU's health plan. Now you can earn 50 NovaFit points for each visit with our dietitian. Improve your weight, maximize your nutrition, and better manage existing health conditions in a private, convenient setting. Counseling services are available as a 6-session package or can be customized to fit your needs and lifestyle. Don't delay, schedule your first session today with COPE Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Libby Mills, MS, RD, LDN, FAND! 

Contact Libby today or click here to sign-up online!

 

To do list

Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting Course for required health professionals  

 

This course is approved by the Department of Human Services (DHS) and complies with the Pennsylvania Bureau of Professional and Occupational Affairs continuing education requirements for healthcare professionals. Completion of this course will award two contact hours for nurses and two continuing professional education units for dietitians of training in accordance with Act 31 of 2014 entitled “Child Abuse: Recognition and Reporting” that took effect January 1, 2015.

Register now!

 

Giving and Partnership Opportunities

DONATIONS AND GIFTS

The MacDonald Center for Obesity Prvention and Education (COPE) is a non-profit organization. To make a charitable tax-deduction directly to COPE please CLICK HERE TO DONATE ONLINE and follow the directions.

If you prefer to send a check, please contact the College Development Officer - Julie Anne Smith at 610-519-7538 or Steve Grourke at 610-519-3587.

 

PARTNERSHIP

Does your group share COPE's mission? The Center is interested in aligning with organizations having similar visions, such as governmental agencies, corporations, foundations, schools, other colleges and universities, and coalitions.  Start a conversation by contacting Center Director, Rebecca Shenkman MPH, RDN, LDN or 610.519.5931.

Sponsors and Exhibitors

SPONSORSHIP and EXHIBITORS

For details on how you can become a Sponsor or Exhibitor for our upcoming events, please email  Rebecca Shenkman, COPE Director.