Local political leaders are supporting a Brant County proposal for a new Highway 403 interchange at Bishopsgate Road.Ava Hill, chief of the Six Nations elected council, Brantford-Brant MPP Will Bouma and Haldimand-Norfolk MPP Toby Barrett all have written letters in support of the proposal to Ontario Transportation Minister Jeff Yurek.“As a neighbouring community to the County of Brant, we are all interconnected in the challenges as well as the solutions that we can come up with – and this interchange is certainly one of them,” Hill said in her letter sent on behalf of the elected council.“Adding to the government’s mandate “Ontario is Open for Business,’ this new interchange would better enable residents and businesses not only of the County of Brant but also The Six Nations of the Grand River Territory, better and safer access to Highway 403.”Brant officials have been working for several years to get approval for the interchange project, which is included in its transportation master plan. The estimated cost of the project is about $14 million.The county says the new interchange is needed to handle an increase in traffic from aggregate operations, as well as residential development in the Burford area. It also would help alleviate traffic pressure from Rest Acres Road.“This new interchange will also reduce the space between interchanges along Highway 403 since the closest interchange west of Rest Acres Road is over 11 kilometres away – which is not ideal,” Bouma said in his letter of support.Bouma said the new interchange also would make it easier for first responders to access the 403.He noted that the county has obtained full environmental assessment approvals from the province.Barrett, meanwhile, said he has constituents who travel to and from Highway 403 daily using Highway 24.“However, there are congestion issues on Rest Acres Road at that interchange,” Barrett said. “Diverting traffic to Bishopsgate Road would alleviate this congestion.”The letters of support were accepted as information by county councillors at this week’s county council meeting.Vball@postmedia.com
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As part of the commemorative events, the agency will launch a new report in Geneva entitled, “Helping Hands or Shackled Lives? Understanding Child Domestic Labour and Responses to It.”The ILO says that most children employed in other people’s homes are “grossly exploited and abused.” While the practice is sometimes rationalized as a “better” alternative for children from poor families, the study recommends feasible and realistic action to help these youngsters. “It is vital that child domestic labour, so often neglected because exploitation and abuse takes place behind closed doors, receives attention,” said June Kane, the report’s author. “We have to remind ourselves that children are not just doing ‘odd jobs;’ they are in a workplace – even if it is someone else’s home.”Among the global activities planned to mark the Day are a rap music performance by children in Niger as well as a special march in Brazil, the ILO said. Nepal will use the occasion to launch a major social mobilization campaign to change general perceptions about child labour.
In a briefing to reporters in New York, the Executive Secretary of the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (CTBTO), Lassina Zerbo, underlined that countries who have not ratified the treaty should realize the treaty is in their national security interests as well being a vital part of achieving international peace.“We are indeed working hard day in and day out to try to secure their ratification by building the framework that will give the trust necessary for these countries to understand that the ratification of this treaty is part of their own national security as well as the international peace and security,” Mr. Zerbo said.Adopted by the General Assembly in 1996, the CTBT is the only treaty to ban all nuclear tests in all environments, for military or civilian purposes. It also has a unique global alarm system to detect nuclear explosions. While the treaty has been adopted, it has not yet entered into force.The CTBTO is an independent international organization with its own membership and budget, but it has had a Relationship Agreement with the UN since 2000.Out of a total listed number of 195 States, 183 have so far signed the CTBT and 159 have ratified it. For the treaty to enter into force, ratification is required from the so-called “Annex 2 States”. Of these, China, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Egypt, India, Iran, Israel, Pakistan and the United States, have yet to ratify it.The CTBTO is tasked with building up the treaty’s verification regime so that it is fully operational when the treaty enters into force, and with promoting signatures and ratifications.Mr. Zerbo said the CTBTO is working with officials at various levels in the countries that have yet to ratify the treaty to ensure they find the treaty verifiable, and find the technical and political means for ratification.Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has repeatedly called on States to ratify the CTBT stressing there are “no justifiable grounds for further delay in” preventing the treaty’s entry into force.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. A man has been charged with murder after an ex-Royal Navy officer was run down and killed by car thieves.Mike Samwell, 35, from Chorlton, Manchester, died in the early hours of Sunday April 23.Ryan Gibbons, 29, of Steven Court, Egerton Road South, Chorlton, has been charged with murder and has been remanded in custody to appear before Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Saturday, Greater Manchester Police (GMP) said.Gibbons has also been charged with burglary and aggravated vehicle-taking.At around 3am on Sunday, police were called to an address on Cranbourne Road to reports that Mr Samwell had been hit by his own car as he tried to stop thieves from stealing it.Mr Samwell, who served 12 years in the Royal Navy, was taken to hospital for treatment but died a short time later.A 15-year-old boy from south Manchester previously arrested on suspicion of murder and burglary has been bailed pending further inquiries.Two men aged 20 and 21 who were arrested on suspicion of murder and burglary have also been bailed pending further inquiries.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedMan stabbed to death in nightclub brawlFebruary 6, 2017In “Crime”Timehri man clings to life after being stabbed by girlfriend’s uncle April 9, 2019In “Crime”Woman stabbed to death by obsessed manFebruary 28, 2019In “Crime” A man, Stephen McLeud, is now in a critical condition at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) after he was attacked and stabbed about his body on Sunday afternoon.The 29-year-old was stabbed at around 03:30hrs.According to reports received, the man was standing in front of the Blue Martini nightclub and bar located at Lamaha and De Abreu Streets in Newtown, Kitty, Georgetown when he was approached by an unknown man who was reportedly under the influence of alcohol.The suspect began to verbally abuse McLeud and a scuffle reportedly ensued.During the scuffle, the man reportedly pulled out a knife and dealt McLeud three stabs to his body. He was stabbed to his right shoulder, the right side of his upper back and one to the left side of his chest.McLeud fell to the ground but was quickly picked up by public spirited persons and rushed to GPHC’s Emergency Unit where he remains as a patient.The suspect who escaped the scene is currently being sought by police.This publication was informed that the knife which he used to commit the act in now lodged at the Alberttown Police Station. (Kizzy Coleman)
Short URL http://jrnl.ie/4082918 Jun 21st 2018, 7:55 AM Image: Dominic Lipinski/PA Images Thursday 21 Jun 2018, 7:55 AM By AFP 16,241 Views Share37 Tweet Email Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Families gather outside at the publication of the report yesterday. Families gather outside at the publication of the report yesterday. Image: Dominic Lipinski/PA Images Accountability must take precedence here. These horrifying, shameful, unforgivable actions need to be disclosed in a criminal court for a jury to decide and only then can we put our loved ones to rest.With reporting from Sean Murray© – AFP 2018 MORE THAN 450 patients died at a hospital in England after being given strong painkillers without “medical justification”, a report has found.An independent panel led the investigation into the deaths between 1989 and 2000 at the Gosport War Memorial Hospital in the southern city of Gosport.“The hospital records to which the panel has had privileged access demonstrate that 456 patients died through prescribing and administering opioids without medical justification,” the commission, led by former Liverpool bishop James Jones, said in a statement.It added that, taking into account missing records, another 200 patients may have died as a direct result of the “institutionalised practice” of administering powerful drugs.The report said that Dr Jane Barton had been “responsible for the practice of prescribing which prevailed on the wards”.The documents showed that several nurses raised concerns about the prescribing of diamorphine in the early 1990s, but their warnings “went unheeded”, according to the panel.“The opportunity to rectify the practice was lost, deaths resulted and 22 years later it became necessary to establish the panel in order to discover the truth of what happened,” it said.Furthermore, it said that the hospital played host to an “institutionalised practice of shortening lives” under the direction of Dr Barton.British Prime Minister Theresa May called the findings “deeply troubling”, saying the deaths had “brought unimaginable heartache to the families concerned”.Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the report had identified a “catalogue of failings” by the authorities and apologised to relatives of the victims.“The police… will now carefully examine the new material in the report before determining their next steps and in particular whether criminal charges should now be brought,” he said.In a statement on behalf of families who were affected, Bridget Reeves – whose grandmother Elsie Devine was a patient at the hospital – said: “This has been sinister, calculated and those implicated must now face the rigour of the criminal justice system. 7 Comments ‘Horrifying, shameful, unforgivable’: UK families call for criminal charges over hospital deaths An independent inquiry looked into deaths at Gosport War Memorial Hospital.
MasterChef judge George Calombaris and his partner of three and a half years Natalie Tricarico, have just announced they are expecting their first child in July. Following the recent Junior MasterChef series many were speculating that Calombaris wasn’t too far off becoming a father. Responding to the news the TV persona said “Natalie and I are absolutely thrilled. I love being an uncle, and now I’m going to be a dad! It’s a true blessing”. Family has always been a big part of Calombaris’ life, he said. “I love the idea of loads of kids running around; I am Greek after all!” Mum-to-be Tricarico is over the moon. “It’s amazing,” she said, adding “George is going to be a fantastic father. He is a big kid at heart and children just adore him.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Tabagisme passif : la fumée favoriserait le risque de cancer pour le bébéMonde – Le journal Open Pediatric Medecine vient de publier une étude qui démontre la mutation d’un gène favorisant le cancer chez les fœtus exposés à la fumée de cigarette via leur mère.Soutenue par le National Institute of Health, l’étude a été réalisée aux États-Unis sur des femmes enceintes fumeuses, d’autres exposées au tabagisme passif et d’autres encore ayant arrêté de fumer au cours de leur grossesse. Et les résultats sont sans appel : les fœtus exposés à la fumée de cigarette, que ce soit de manière active ou passive pour la mère, développent une mutation génétique qui a la faculté de transformer une cellule saine en cellule tumorale.À lire aussiToxoplasmose : symptômes, traitement, grossesse, quels sont les risques ?Cette mutation serait susceptible d’influer sur la santé de l’enfant puis de l’adulte sur le long terme, et favoriserait le développement de cancers.L’étude n’a pas montré de différence entre les fœtus nés de mères fumeuses et ceux dont la génitrice avait seulement subi un tabagisme passif. Elle conclut donc en recommandant aux femmes enceintes d’éviter tout contact avec la fumée de cigarette.Le 14 août 2010 à 09:58 • Emmanuel Perrin
Planet of the Apes: Visionaries is Unpredictable, Stunning and WildVariant Covers to Grab This Week (8/29/18) Stay on target A beautiful descent into hell. That is how I like to describe The Unsound to curious readers. I knew nothing going in, and came out the other side instantly wanting more! Hitting comic store shelves this week, writer Cullen Bunn and artist Jack T. Cole weave a simply horrifying tale that’ll make you want to take an extra shower tonight.The story follows Ashli Granger; a young nurse who is looking to do some good in the world. Living in a large and overpopulated city, Ashli looks to have seen it all. There are disturbing walks of life around every street corner; yet nobody cares to help these poor lost souls. Her home life is a bit drab and getting away is just what she needs. Or so she thought.Welcome to Saint Cascia Psychiatric Hospital. A slightly dilapidated structure founded in 1816 where Ashli has excepted a full-time role as a nurse. This is finally her chance to do some good and help others who need it most. Only today; something is off. Things at the hospital are overly hectic, and the head nurse on staff is not much for introductions, as she is sure Ashli will probably quit after her first day dealing with all the insanity going on.The Unsound does not take too long letting all the creeps crawl in. “Did you say something?” Ashli mutters as a faint voice comes from under a ruffled sheet in the back office. She sees movement and quickly runs over to uncover the prankster, who is possibly looking to pull one over on her first day. What is uncovered is not what she expects. All this, and she hasn’t even dealt with a single patient yet.We are introduced to many interesting characters within the padded walls of Saint Cascia. Some genuinely looking for help; while others desperately need it. The Unsound reads like a very well written slow burning horror film. One thing I loved was that the writer lets the art take over when needed. I found myself just sitting and admiring the attention to detail around Ashli in each panel. Her character is a go-getter who doesn’t speak much and is always listening. This is perfect for the reader entering this world. Later in issue one, quick and important shots are strewn throughout the pages that almost play out how one’s mind slipping deeper into insanity would possibly envision them.I recommend all horror readers add this book to their pull list this week! To simply state, it is as if Silent Hill, Jacobs Ladder and House of the Devil all had a baby in comic form. Just don’t be surprised when visions of these pages slowly slip into your psyche late at night while trying to sleep. Xerxes has been waiting for you.Issue one is available now at Comixology. Issue Two is due for July 5th and you can pre-order.View as: One Page Slides1. 2. 3. 4.
Kolkata: Unidentified miscreants hurled bombs at the office of Trinamool Congress at Galsi in East Burdwan on Thursday morning. Police came to know after preliminary investigation that some miscreants had come at around 2 am in the area and started ransacking valuables in the party office. Soon after, they started hurling petrol bombs outside the office. However, no one was injured in the incident. But it created panic among the people in the area. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeA programme was going on in the vicinity, where a large number of people had gathered. They went towards the party office, hearing loud noises. Seeing the people approaching the party office, the miscreants attempted to flee. But local people reached the spot before the miscreants could leave the place. The situation turned worse when they started hurling bricks at each other, following which the miscreants managed to flee from the area in a car. Police went to the spot and spoke to local people to know about the entire incident. Subsequently, they initiated a probe and conducted raids at different places in search of the people involved. On Thursday morning, police found the car of the miscreants in front of a building a few kilometers away from the spot. They also found some plastic containers of petrol in the car. They are continuing with the probe to nab the miscreants.
Hurricanes hitting the coast of the United States have been a constant reminder of how powerful nature can really be, but when it comes to man-made counter-measures, our means are quite limited. Thus, people of various backgrounds ― scientists included ― have long debated the prospects of using nuclear bombs in order to deter or destroy hurricanes before they can reach the shore and cause mayhem. Even though this debate was much more popular during the 1950s and early 1960s, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the number of letters received from people who still advocate such measures whenever a hurricane is inbound is still very high.Water crashing over bridge during Hurricane Harvey in Kemah TexasDue to the fact that the “nuke the hurricane” myth had become so widely expanded among the general population, the NOAA remains constantly devoted to debunking this misconception.But how did such a crazy idea become so popular?Origins of the notion of nuclear weapons being used in battling the elements date from the time when it was believed that nuclear power was a force we could harmlessly harness. Instead of using it for leveling cities, it could be used as a powerful tool ― one that could dig a 320 feet (100 m) deep crater, create a second Panama Canal, or make an instant harbor in Alaska by blowing up a portion of the coast.Panama canal-March 11,2016: three-Chamber gateway “Gatun”. From the Atlantic ocean, the first on the canal route is a three-chamber gateway “Gatun”, which connects the Lemon Bay with lake Gatun. Here locks lift vessels on 26 m to the level of the lake of the same name. Wiring of large ships through the locks is provided by a special small train locomotives on electric traction.This surge of interest in the use of nuclear weapons appeared after the United States first full scale test of a thermonuclear “hydrogen bomb” on November 1, 1952. With an explosive force of 10.4 megatons, the bomb, codenamed Ivy Mike, was a thousand times more powerful than the devastating “destroyer of worlds” dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.However, testing of nuclear weapons was just too expensive for the government, not to mention the risk of contaminating entire parcels of land with radiation and possibly costing hundreds or thousands of human lives.Ivy Mike (yield 10.4 mt) – an atmospheric nuclear test conducted by the U.S. at Enewetak Atoll on 1 November 1952. It was the world’s first successful hydrogen bombWhen it was revealed that the U.S. Army indeed possesses the hydrogen bomb, a meteorologist called Jack W. Reed managed to gain access to data and conduct research on the atmospheric effects that the bomb had during its first testing. The Mike detonation reportedly lifted a massive column of air more than 20 miles into the sky.In 1958, he was determined to convince both the government and the public that such a weapon could be used to save lives, instead of taking them. He developed a theory by which a 20 megaton hydrogen bomb could be launched underwater into the eye of the hurricane using a submarine.By Reed’s calculation, the explosion would cause the warm air in the eye of the storm to elevate into the stratosphere, just like it did during the 1952 test, significantly reducing the wind speed and thus weakening the storm itself.Weather Map – 3D RenderingAt the same time, the use of nuclear devices for civilian purposes became part of the U.S. government’s Project Plowshare ― a program aimed at the development of techniques which would enable nuclear explosives to find use in construction.Although everything containing the word “nuclear” was hailed as the future during the 1950s, by late 1960s, the effects of radioactivity became wider known to the public and a reverse trend appeared.The government soon abandoned all mention of the use of nuclear explosives in so-called “peaceful” purposes.Project PlowshareWhat Reed failed to predict was the fact that his idea was indeed a double-edged sword ― while theoretically destroying the hurricane, the bomb would unleash radioactive fallout which would quickly reach the coast carried by wind, causing even greater damage than the hurricane itself.Besides, the scientists from NOAA had long concluded that Reed’s calculations were wrong ― the 20 megaton nuclear bomb suggested by the meteorologist wouldn’t be enough to tame an average hurricane. In order to make a dent in Mother Nature’s superweapon, a much more powerful bomb would be needed.Hurricane Lane approaching Hawaii in August 2018. 3D illustration. Elements of this image furnished by NASA. 3D model of planet created and rendered in Cheetah3D software, 24 Aug 2018. URL of the source maps: https://visibleearth.nasa.gov/view.php?id=57752Project Plowshare continued to spread in other fields of interest. In 1973, three 33 kiloton bombs were detonated underground in Rio Blanco, Colorado. This was the third, and final, experiment to determine if controlled nuclear explosions could be used to fracture rocks deep underground, allowing natural gas extraction. However, the gas produced by this “nuclear fracking” method was found to have high levels of radioactivity, and thus was useless.Nevertheless, plans for civilian use of nuclear explosives remained in development as the government and private companies sought out ways to turn the bomb into profit, although far from the public eye.Projects including rock blasting, chemical element manufacture, space travel and ― ironically ― sealing off vast underground stores of nuclear waste were all mentioned in numerous files regarding the Pandora’s Box released by Project Plowshare.Read another story from us:Ancient Aliens – Bizarre Theories and Evidence Throughout HistoryLuckily, barely any of these projects went into the testing phase.In 1990, the Peaceful Nuclear Explosions Treaty was signed by the U.S. government and the U.S.S.R., limiting the use of nuclear weapons for non-military purposes to 150 kilotons. The document was the formal acknowledgment that any irresponsible use of nuclear weapons during peacetime should be strictly prohibited.
JR Smith really out here shirtless celebrating the Browns win LOL 🐐 pic.twitter.com/pzYUfAWxvg— Athlete Tweets 🏈🏀⚾️ (@AthleticDesires) September 21, 2018 Shirtless JR Smith is back 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/PhACsQvn4Q— ☇ASAP Sports News☇ (@ASAP_SportsNews) September 21, 2018 If there’s a party in Cleveland, J.R. Smith is usually there, without a shirt, and Thursday night was no exception.J.R. watched from the stands as the Browns and Baker Mayfield broke their nearly two year winless streak by taking down the Jets, 21-17, and ditched his shirt to celebrate the long awaited W with the locals. J.R. had a rough Finals, but he knew the score last nightHopefully enjoyed it, because he’s about to lose a ton of games once the NBA season kicks off now that LeBron is in L.A.Highlight of the evening was the win. But JR Smith being right next to me and his shirt off in the suite right next to me. pic.twitter.com/tVODJWgHBT— Jason Sunkle (@jsunkle) September 21, 2018 Advertisement
This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 6 min read March 28, 2018 Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now Recent news of a massive data breach has made some Facebook users wonder: What does Facebook know about me, and how can I control it?In 2013, a third-party app developer named Aleksandr Kogan had access to 50 million Facebook users’ data for academic research, and without permission, he distributed it to a consulting firm with ties to the Trump Administration, Cambridge Analytica. The Guardian reported that Cambridge Analytica had possession of the data in 2015, at which time Facebook asked Cambridge Analytica to delete it all. The problem is, now in early 2018, with the 2016 U.S. general election in the rearview mirror, it seems Cambridge Analytica didn’t comply with that request.This problem resulted from old, less strict rules about data collection by developers that Facebook updated in 2014, but Facebook shared the data with Kogan before that. Today, despite the fact that Facebook has promised further crackdowns, many still fear that Facebook and all of the apps connected to it know too much about them. Despite Facebook’s best efforts, some users worry, the company might not be able to secure information they share on the platform or keep it anonymous.Related: 20 Revelations From Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Apology TourLast week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg fielded questions from news outlets about whether he would testify before Congress about Facebook’s collection and distribution of user data. Zuckerberg answered that he would be open to the possibility, and on March 27, CNN and other outlets reported that he is preparing to do so as a result of mounting pressures. These reports followed news that Zuckerberg would send deputies to speak with British lawmakers on behalf of Facebook regarding privacy issues.Also on March 27, a group of Facebook users filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging that the social media giant’s Messenger app collected information about their phone calls and text messages.A range of prominent individuals and brands have hopped on the #DeleteFacebook train since the Cambridge Analytica news broke a week and a half ago, from Elon Musk to WhatsApp co-founder Brian Acton to actor Will Ferrell to Playboy magazine.Amid this controversy, Facebook is reportedly putting the brakes on a smart home speaker it’s been developing — such devices that recorded users’ speech in their homes and send it to cloud servers for processing are often suspect of spying and data misuse.On the other hand, Facebook is ramping up efforts to clarify privacy controls and help users find exactly what information Facebook knows about them. On March 28, Facebook published a blog post titled, “It’s Time to Make Our Privacy Tools Easier to Find,” in which it laid out plans for a new Privacy Shortcuts menu that will allow users to add two-factor authentication, delete records of their past activity, control the ads they see and more. It also explained a new section called Access Your Information, a more user-friendly interface for finding, downloading and deleting personal Facebook data. The platform’s general settings menu will also be streamlined.There are still more changes yet to be announced. “In the coming weeks, we’ll be proposing updates to Facebook’s terms of service that include our commitments to people,” the post’s authors wrote. “We’ll also update our data policy to better spell out what data we collect and how we use it. These updates are about transparency — not about gaining new rights to collect, use, or share data.”For those who don’t want to delete their Facebook accounts, but also don’t want to wait for the new-and-improved menus to become available in app updates, here is a step-by-step guide to finding, downloading and deleting your Facebook data.Your data might include photos about your family, locations you’ve visited, posts that reveal your political ideology, search queries you’ve typed into Facebook and more.To access all of this information and more, log onto Facebook via a web browser — you can’t yet do it via the Facebook app. Under “General Account Settings,” at the bottom of the list, underneath the boxed-in options, you’ll see a link that says, “Download a copy of your Facebook data.” Click that, then click the green button on the next page that says “Download archive.”From there, type in your password (this step is just to verify your identity). Wait a few minutes until you receive an email (at the email address connected to your Facebook account) with a Facebook link to your data.It took 15 minutes for NBC News journalist Jeff Rossen to receive this email. He then downloaded years’ worth of private Facebook messages, records of friends he’d deleted, events he’d attended, photos of his children that he’d forgotten even existed, and even a list of contacts from his phone — including phone numbers of contacts that he is not Facebook friends with or do not have Facebook accounts.Having all of this info in one place, in your possession, is one thing. But if you want to delete it, you can. You can do this in the Facebook app. On the bottom of the screen, you’ll see a row of icons on a white background. Tap the one on the bottom right-hand corner that is three lines stacked vertically. Scroll down and tap Settings, then tap Activity Log from the options that pop up.In your activity log, you can select a year, dating back to the first year you had a Facebook account, then by month. Or you can filter based on the category of activity, including posts, posts you’re tagged in, photos and videos, photos you’re tagged in and others’ posts to your timeline.Tap “clear” to delete things, or tap the down arrow to the right of any post or photo to delete it individually.Just note that once you delete something, it takes 90 days to disappear from Facebook’s servers.Related video: To Avoid Distractions and Stay off Facebook, This Entrepreneur Uses a Special App That Limits His Internet Use Enroll Now for Free
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Related Content News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more As managed care penetrated more fully into the radiology sector in the 1990s, the industry experienced a time in which demand for diagnostic radiology exceeded the supply of radiologists. Studies published in the early part of this decade highlighted a severe radiologist shortage. Change in DemandRecent research, however, suggests a shift. The study “Who’s Underworked and Who’s Overworked Now? An Update on Radiologist Shortage and Surplus,” published in the March 2010 issue of the American Journal of Roentgenology, indicates the radiology shortage may have abated. Researchers found the overall balance of radiologists shifted toward a slight surplus between 2003 and 2007. “The employment market seems generally, but not universally, to self-correct relative shortages and surpluses in individual geographic areas and subspecialties within a few years,” the authors concluded.The impact of technology on trends in radiologist supply and demand is an important factor. The adoption of picture archive and communication systems (PACS), voice recognition, and teleradiology solutions has dramatically increased radiologist productivity. With advances in digital imaging technology, increasing numbers of radiologists are moving into subspecialty areas.As consumers age, the radiology sector is feeling another shift. Utilization data concludes older adults use imaging services three times more often than younger people. By 2020, the national population is projected to be 325 million, with a 50 percent increase of people age 65 and older. Based on these trends and on the ever-changing reimbursement landscape, radiology practices must maintain focus on recruitment and retention. Recruitment and Retention StrategiesRecruiting excellent radiologists may be the most vital component to a successful radiology practice, but it is not the only one. Front and back office staff, technologists and administrators all play key roles in making or breaking an organization. Replacing staff due to turnover can be difficult and is often is costly and disruptive. Today’s organizations use various recruitment and retention strategies. As the CIO of a multisite, outpatient imaging center, I was recently challenged to explore how information technology (IT) could be used to support recruitment and retention. Our organization has grown steadily since 1953. Today, we provide x-ray, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), nuclear medicine, ultrasound, mammography, and dual energy x-ray absorptiometry bone densitometry. RIS/PACS IntegrationIT played a critical role in helping us optimize efficiency to support growth. In 1993, we were an early adopter of radiology information systems (RIS), and one year later we added a PACS. Initially, each of our offices had its own server and database. Soon, this model presented challenges, and we moved to a fully integrated RIS/PACS.In 2004, we adopted the Fusion RIS/PACS from Merge Healthcare. With this blended system, we continued to use our established RIS-driven workflow model, while using our new infrastructure to increase productivity across multiple locations. With our enterprise-class information and image management solution, we fully integrated our workflow across office staff, technologists, clinicians, radiologists, transcriptionists, billing, and referring physicians. We also moved to a distributed model, in which our specialty radiologists could stay in place rather than traveling to various clinics. Radiologists Set up Shop at HomeIn 2007, one of our key radiologists shared plans to resign to stay at home with her children. We explored options for her to continue working and installed an Internet-connected reading station in her home. Establishing a home-based work environment for a radiologist is vastly different from doing so for a transcriptionist. Physicians require more sophisticated hardware and software. Connectivity plays a significant role based upon image size, data volume and speed of transfer. To ensure quality and consistency, this home-based workstation replicates our office-based reading stations. We’ve upgraded our network to accommodate her capacity to read larger studies. She now works for us on a variable schedule and performs reads when our offices are closed. We retained a nuclear medicine scheduler by allowing her to work from home. She can schedule the nuclear exams that are familiar to her as well as other exams. Last summer, one of our neuroradiologists informed us his wife secured a prestigious position on the west coast and he planned to move. He assumed he would need to seek new employment, but we thought otherwise. We organized a home-based office, using an information technology (IT) resource in his city. Today, based upon time zone differences, he readily covers our late hours.Recently, we sought to establish home offices for mammographers in both New York City and in California. Empowering radiologists to read breast studies from home presented additional challenges based upon image size, prior exam access/workflow and workstation certification requirements. We identified solutions and now employ these two home-based mammographers. Our IT-driven recruitment and retention initiatives have required an investment. In the case of radiologists, this can total thousands of dollars per workstation in addition to costs for remote IT support and on-site monitoring of quality assurance. We’ve had to make revisions to our workflow, and we’ve needed to increase network bandwidth to the Internet. But, our investment has paid off. When developing recruitment and retention strategies, home-based officing sweetens the offer when recruiting and retaining top radiologists. The Newly Integrated System Enables Users to: – Centralize scheduling for customer service- Automate tasks to reduce rework and minimize errors- Streamline identification of and attention to stat cases- View images (including priors) and associated documentation, while doing the review- Review and proof reports and provide a digital signature via a to-be-signed screen- Automatically fax reports upon signing and autobatch reports for printing/mailing – Add a Web-based referring practice portal to expedite report delivery- Move data to billing and autorouting to coders for checking- Procure data and display prefetching and autorouting functionsAbout the Author: Matt Dewey is the CIO at Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology, an outpatient medical imaging services provider with more than 40 radiologists in eight locations across Long Island, N.Y. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | August 26, 2010 | Matt Dewey, CIO, Zwanger-Pesiri Radiology Recruit, Retain Radiologists with Remote Offices Creative IT approaches can sweeten the offer for top radiologists
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Tourism Fiji’s excited to announce a revitalised global brand campaign ready to roll-out in 2019. Produced by Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand, the refined campaign builds upon the destination’s current brand messaging – ‘Where Happiness Finds You’, while showcasing the breadth of experiences available to visitors.Independent research undertaken in Tourism Fiji’s key markets revealed that target audiences were aware of Fiji’s natural beauty and environment, however, they were not as aware of the variety and quality of experiences throughout the destination.The campaign assets have been developed to demonstrate that the Fiji brand goes beyond just relaxation by highlighting Fiji’s ‘Bula Spirit,’ and emphasising the range of unique experiences that are offered throughout Fiji’s 333 islands, with powerful imagery designed to evoke an emotive response and create real interest in the destination.The suite of assets developed span TV commercial, out-of-home, digital/online, cinema, social media and variations have been made to appeal to families, couples, adventure and luxury travellers around the world.Matthew Stoeckel, CEO, Tourism Fiji commented, “Fiji is famous for its stunning environment, world-class resorts and of course it’s hospitality. The new creative assets also showcase the wide range of experiences within the destination while continuing to showcase Fiji’s stunning landscapes and sharing the ‘bula spirit’ of Fiji, which makes it the place where happiness truly finds you.”Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand developed multiple versions of the campaign assets to suit each of Tourism Fiji’s global markets including the USA, UK, Europe, China, Japan, Singapore, India, Australia and New Zealand. The assets are currently rolling out on the destination’s social media channels, before launching in paid media activity in Tourism Fiji’s core markets in 2019.“Everyone who comes to Fiji seems to leave happier. The authentic spirit of the people and the place are what makes it such a uniquely happy place in the world right now,” said Toby Talbot, Chief Creative Officer, Saatchi & Saatchi New Zealand. “Everything we have created is grounded in the extraordinary emotive connection that the Fijian people make with visitors. From the incredible singing to the addictive ‘bula!’ of locals that greet you throughout the islands, this campaign is about bottling that happiness and sharing it with the world.”In addition to the revamped global assets, Tourism Fiji is also developing a new website to be launched in 2019 which will share personal stories through video, featured blogs and listicles which highlight the diversity of experiences available throughout Fiji.
6:46 left in second quarterAaaand Stanton is picked off by LB Kavell Conner. The defender made a good play, yes, but the throw — which was intended for Troy Niklas — was not a good one. Chargers take over at the Arizona 12 following the return. 14:04 left in third quarterCards defense looks good to start the half as Harold Jones-Quartey picks off Brad Sorensen. Cards take over at the San Diego 29 as Logan Thomas enters the game at QB. 5:51 left in third quarterChargers putting together a nice drive against Arizona’s third-string defense, but now faces a 2nd and 12 from the Cardinals’ 28. Arizona’s linebackers are struggling in coverage, but that’s not surprising. 2:00 left in fourth quarterThe Chargers have moved the ball to their own 41 as pretty much everyone in the press box hopes for a score (a pick-six would suffice). End of third quarterThe Chargers have the ball at the Cardinals’ 24. It’s 2nd and 12, with the visitors doing a solid job of moving down the field against Arizona’s third-string defense. Bad sign? Any sign at all? Hard to say. 12:40 left in first quarterThe drive stalls as Palmer throws out while Ellington breaks in, and then on third down, Bradly Sowell is beaten bad by his man who went on to sack the QB. As good as Arizona’s first drive was last week, this one was as bad — especially in terms of keeping the QB upright. 1:07 left in fourth quarterC.J. Roberts is called for a defensive hold on a 3rd and 10 pass that went incomplete, giving the Chargers a new set of downs at the Arizona 42. Arians was displeased with the call, by the way. 3:16 left in third quarterChargers punch it in from a couple yards out, with the PAT making it 16-9 visitors. Cards had a chance to end that drive early, but Darren Woodard was unable to come up with an interception. 5:32 left in fourth quarterDefense forces a three-and-out. Shipley returns the punt 12 yards and the Cards take over at their own 34. Sims back on the field with his legend beginning to grow (it is against third/fourth stringers, folks, but yes he does look pretty good).Do the Cards have one more TD in them? How about a FG? And if FG, does the NFL go to OT in preseason? These are all important questions. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 6:41 left in fourth quarterArians has been rather upset for much of this drive over the lack of pass interference calls, but in the meantime Sims has led the team to a third and 1 at the San Diego 2. Marion Grice has had some nice runs and catches on this drive, which is nice to see from him after missing much of camp with a hamstring injury. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 14:15 left in fourth quarterDefense holds strong, with Josh Mauro forcing a one-yard loss before the Chargers dropped a third-down pass that probably would not have netted enough yards to move the chain. Lambo’s field goal is good, and the Chargers extend their lead to 19-9.Looks like when the Cards offense gets the ball back, Phillip Sims will be at QB and Bobby Massie will appear at right tackle. 10:29 left in third quarterDrive stalls as Kerwynn Williams finds very little room to run (save for a nice hole on a third-down play). Catanzaro misses from 38 yards out, though, so the score remains 9-9. :52 left in third quarterFormer UA Wildcat Shaq Richardson flagged for a tough pass interference. Cardinals coaches argued the ball was not catchable — and they were probably right — but the call was made and the Chargers got the first down in Arizona territory. 6:10 left in second quarterBranden Oliver takes it into the end zone from three-yards out. Novak’s PAT attempt bounces off the upright and is no good. So that’s a change when it comes to PATs. Cards up 9-0. 3:09 left in third quarterKerwynn Williams takes the kick back tot he Arizona 24 — pretty nice return, actually. Logan Thomas and the offense will start there. Can the QB get things going? He was solid last week and is hoping to build off that performance. 7:33 left in second quarterSecond-team Cards defense holds strong and forces a punt. I’d have more for you but very briefly switched over to Watch ESPN to see the end of the Arizona Rattlers game. Crazy finish, for those of you who are unaware. Oh Arena Football, never change.Back to the Cardinals game, Arizona takes over at their own 33 holding a 9-0 lead. Of course, other things will certainly come up in the game, but those are two areas I will be watching.Game overLambo boots it through the uprights from 47 yards out, and the Chargers win 22-19. The Cardinals drop to 0-2 in the preseason but that of course does not tell the entire story. Time to head downstairs to get some reaction from Arians as well as players. GLENDALE, Ariz. — Preseason game No. 2 is upon us, as the Arizona Cardinals are hosting the San Diego Chargers. Bruce Arians said the plan is for his starters to play most of the first quarter, but we’ll see if that’s really what happens.For the Cardinals, some interesting things to watch will be how the reshuffled offensive line fares with Ted Larsen at left guard and Bradley Sowell at right tackle. On the defensive side of the ball, can Justin Bethel repeat the success he had last week? 14:49 left in second quarterStanton hits John Brown for a nice gain, but he fumbles the ball. Arizona recovered, but Ted Larsen is flagged for a penalty that pushes Arizona back to the San Diego 25. 9:32 left in first quarterCardinals give up a sack on the first play of the drive but then Palmer airs it out to J.J. Nelson, who comes down with the reception for a 57-yard gain. Looked like Palmer just threw it as far as he could and said “go get it, rook.” Puts the Cardinals at the San Diego 31. 1:07 left in second quarterStanton sacked on back-to-back plays — making it six total for the Chargers with four against Stanton. Cards pushed out of field goal range, and the punt — which was a good one — bounced in front of the Arizona gunner and then into the end zone for a touchback. Not an impressive finish to that drive.Chargers take over at their own 20. 14;56 left in first quarterThe Cardinals received the opening kickoff, which Brittan Golden took out to the 19 yard line. That’s where Carson Palmer and the offense will go to work. :02 left in fourth quarterThe Chargers get a first down on a nice pass/catch, and then call a timeout with a couple seconds remaining. They’ll set up a 46-yard field goal attempt which would give them the walk-off win. Can they do it? 6:06 left in fourth quarterSims sneaks for a one-yard first down and then Marion Grice punches the ball in on the following play. The PAT is good, making the score 19-16 Chargers.A solid drive from Sims, who also led the Cardinals to a TD last week. 2:51 left in third quarterCardinals go nowhere with Thomas’ third-down pass to Brittan Golden falling incomplete. The WR got lit up pretty good, though it also looked like he had a chance to make the catch. Bad throw? No. Good throw that put the receiver in a bad spot? Maybe.Butler’s punt is returned to the SD 35. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians, front, talks with San Diego Chargers coach Mike McCoy prior to an NFL preseason football game, Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) 6:30 left in first quarterCardinals get a stop and force a punt. J.J. Nelson was deep to return, but the ball bounces away and a penalty on Patrick Peterson pushes Arizona back to the 19. First-team offense back on the field (with David Johnson at RB), let’s see if they can build off that last drive (or maybe get something going on the ground). 8:32 left in first quarterThe offense seemed to get a jolt, as Palmer then connected with John Brown on a couple of passes. One was for 12 yards, the other a 17-yard TD. The super long extra point goes poorly, though, as the ball was snapped before the Dave Zastudil, the holder, was ready. So, the score is 6-0 Cardinals. :40 left in first quarterCardinals moving down the field with the help of some solid David Johnson runs and then a pass to Larry Fitzgerald. First and 10 at the SD 30. End of first quarterThe quarter ends with the Cardinals facing a 2nd and 7 at the San Diego 16. All in all it was an OK 15 minutes. The defense played well against a backup QB while the offense appeared to find its footing.Cards are still up 6-0. 4:53 left in first quarterJohnson picks up a few yards on a couple of carries, but Palmer’s third-down pass is dropped by John Brown. Drew Butler punts it away, with the ball bouncing out of bounds at the San Diego 27. 2:51 left in fourth quarterGrice drops a pass and a couple other incompletions lead to the Cardinals settling for a 37-yard Catanzaro field goal. Score is now tied at 19-19, which is kind of awful for a preseason game. 7:09 left in first quarterRodney Gunter in the middle of another good defensive play, forcing a third and 16. And wouldn’t you know it, Campbell is back in the game. Shows how much I know (but please keep reading anyway). Chargers take a timeout. 8:10 left in first quarterCardinals stuff the first-down run, actually forcing the Chargers into a two-yard loss. Calais Campbell made the play, but was then slow to get up and left the field with some trainers. Hard to see what exactly happened so absolutely no clue as to how bad it might be. We’ll get an update soon enough, but it’s hard to imagine No .93 coming back into this game regardless of what now ails him. 10:58 left in second quarterInteresting finish to the drive. Veldheer gets beaten badly by Melvin Ingram, who either timed the snap perfectly or was a hair offsides, and an incomplete pass leads to a 28-yard Catanzaro field goal. David Johnson had some real impressive runs during that drive, which was very nice to see.Cards are up 9-0. End of first halfChargers move down the field with some short passes and then Lambo connects on a 53-yard field goal to send the game into halftime tied at 9-9.Interesting half for the Cardinals. First-team defense looked good (against a second-string QB). First-team offense scored a TD, but it wasn’t exactly easy.Offensive line has been a BIG issue, though, and given the turmoil at that spot on the team it is certainly a concern. 5:23 left in fourth quarterCards pick up a HUGE chunk of yards on a deep ball where Ryan Spadola was interfered with. Forty-four yards, to be exact. Cards have it at the San Diego 22. 0 Comments Share Drew Butler gets a solid punt away and the Chargers will take over at their 17. 14:08 left in first quarterFirst play from scrimmage was a pass that Darren Fells could not hang onto. More importantly, the rush got to Palmer a little, as he got pushed to the ground. He got up, so that’s good. Second play was an 11-yard run around the left side by Ellington. Good hole, good read. 2:00 left in second quarterIt’s the David Johnson show in Glendale. The RB has been effective as a runner and a receiver. Cards have it first and 10 at the San Diego 30. Of concern is the amount of hits Stanton (and Palmer before him) has been taking. 10:32 left in first quarterCardinals give up a first down after Justin Bethel misses a tackle but then buckle down after that. An Alex Okafor pressure caused one incomplete pass, and though Tyrann Mathieu missed the QB on a blitz, the pressure led to a short pass that did not move the chains. By the way, the Cards had seven defensive backs in the game for that play. Golden returns the ensuing punt to the Arizona 20, so in terms of field position the Cardinals picked up a yard. Top Stories 2:27 left in second quarterCardinals moving down the field after Jaron Brown makes an outstanding catch on a deep ball in coverage. The ball never should have been thrown by Stanton — who was hit shortly after getting the pass away — but the receiver did a nice job bailing his QB out and making the play.Cards have it at the San Diego 39. 3:15 left in first quarterDefense looks strong again, though a third-down pass that would have gone for a first down bounced right off Keenan Allen’s hands. J.J. Nelson returns the punt 14 yards, and the Cards take over at their own 40. Drew Stanton in the game at QB, by the way. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 12:41 left in fourth quarterMarion Grice is also in the game, by the way. Cards take a shot deep and it looked like Jaxon Shipley was interfered with, but instead no call there and a hold on Cameron Bradfield pushed Arizona back. Sims gets the ball to Grice on a screen that looked a little unconventional.Oh, and Bruce Arians seems to be rather displeased with the officiating.
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