NewsOn 1 Apr 2001 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. Comments are closed. This months news Breathe easy The British Lung Foundation has launched two leaflets to promote the work ofits Breathe Easy Club, which provides support and information for people withlung disease. Breathe Easy For HealthProfessionals and Breathe Easy are available from 78 Hatton Garden, London,EC1N 8LD, or via [email protected] killing Company bosses are worried their directors will quit if the Government goesahead with plans to introduce a “corporate killing” law. A study bythe British Safety Council found 40 per cent of those interviewed said theyfeared directors would leave rather than risk heavy fines or imprisonment.Under the Home Office plan named directors should be held responsible forhealth and safety and be made criminally liable for deaths caused throughneglect. Improved conditions for pregnant women The DfEE has joined four other organisations to be awarded entry to thePregnancy Accreditation Programme of children’s charity Tommy’s Campaign. Theprogramme aims to improve conditions for pregnant women in the workplace. Theother three firms were Adams Childrenswear, City firm Merrill Lynch, lawyerLinklaters & Alliance and advertising agency HHCL. Previous Article Next Article
BriefingOn 1 Apr 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos. A round-up of news from the professional journalsCNO demoted England’s chief nursing officer Sarah Mullally is being demoted by theGovernment. Under a move planned by NHS chief executive Nigel Crisp, the CNOwill no longer sit on the Department of Health’s board. Crisp wants to replaceits current 15 members with five directors – all believed to be men andincluding chief medical officer Professor Sir Liam Donaldson – leaving nursingwithout a voice at the department’s top table. Nursing Times, 21 February Agency shake-up The NHS in-house staff agency is to have a new national management structurein the wake of concerns over its ability to compete with private sectorcompanies. NHS Professionals will now be run by a special health authority. Thenew authority will be in place before the end of the year and will provide anational service to the NHS. Nursing Times, 28 February Cleaner hospitals Hospital cleanliness and the quality of food offered to patients havesignificantly improved, the Government has claimed. The first set of resultsfrom NHS Food Inspections, and the latest ratings from the national hospitalclean-up campaign, show that nearly 60 per cent of hospitals now have”good” standards of cleanliness and have been graded”green” under the latest traffic light ratings issued as part of theclean-up campaign. Nursing Times, 26 February Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed.
Tags: BYU Football FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCHARLESTON, S.C.-Per an announcement released Tuesday, BYU quarterback Zach Wilson and tailback Tyler Allgeier were named to the College Performance Awards Watch List for November 2020 for the CFPA National Performer of the Year trophy.Wilson, a decorated junior signal-caller out of Draper’s Corner Canyon High School, is among the national leaders in various statistical categories.Wilson ranks second nationally with 2,512 yards and leads the nation in points responsible for (184).He is tied for the national lead in touchdown passes (22) with Texas senior signal-caller Sam Ehlinger, Florida senior quarterback Kyle Trask and Memphis senior quarterback Brady White.His eight rushing touchdowns lead the nation for quarterbacks as well.He ranks fourth nationally in completion percentage (166-221, .751 percent) and fifth in passing efficiency.Allgeier, a sophomore, leads the Cougars with 710 rushing yards (12th nationally) and nine rushing scores, (tied for 13th nationally with West Virginia junior tailback Leddie Brown and Marshall junior tailback Brenden Knox).Allgeier ranks 14th nationally in rushing yards per carry (6.7 yards) and is tied for 15th in total touchdowns (9).Allgeier shares the latter distinction presently with Cincinnati senior tailback Gerrid Doaks, South Carolina sophomore tailback Kevin Harris, LSU junior receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. and Alabama senior receiver DeVonta Smith.Additionally, BYU senior defensive lineman Bracken El-Bakri is on the nomination list for the Wuerffel Trophy.This honor awards those who serve others and celebrates their positive impact on society while also inspiring greater service in the world among FBS student-athletes.El-Bakri has 34 net tackles this season and adding 2.5 sacks for the Cougars defensively.BYU returns to action November 21 as they host the North Alabama Lions. November 11, 2020 /Sports News – Local Wilson, Allgeier Named To CFPA National Performer Of the Year Watch List Written by Brad James
Date Posted01/27/2020 Position NumberF41240 Tenure StatusNon-Tenure Eligible Chief purpose of this position in support of above mission orgoal RankAssistant Professor School/UnitSchool of Medicine Posting DetailsEmployees hired into Administrative and Professional positionsposted on or after July 1, 2017, will be governed by and, ifemployed on July 1, 2018 will move into the new University HumanResources System. For additional information, go tohttp://greatplace.vcu.edu. Ability and credentials to perform procedures in a cardiaccatheterization laboratory and cardiac interventionalprogram. DepartmentInternal Medicine We are seeking a faculty member to provide interventionalcardiology clinical care along with supporting the academic missionin research and education. The successful candidate will beexpected to participate in teaching and educational programs.Academic rank and compensation are dependent upon qualifications.The successful candidate will join an established group ofphysicians and surgeons in one of the top Heart Centers in theUnited States. We are dedicated to building a preeminent programfor academic discovery and are committed to excellent clinical carefor our patients. * Are you clinically oriented and do you possess sufficientresearch and teaching experience to be eligible for an academicappointment?YesNo To practice the highest quality, safe and cost effectivecardiovascular care in a comprehensive, innovative environmentwhich is individualized and sensitive to a diverse population;science: to enhance scientific knowledge and care through creativeand pioneering investigation; education: to provide comprehensiveeducation and training to students and all professionals withenthusiasm and respect. Open Until FilledYes Proposed Hire Date07/01/2020 Diversity Statement Information Preferred Qualifications Is this employee on a H1B Visa? Mission or Goal of Unit Position TypeTeaching and Research Faculty Grant funded position?No Required Qualifications Interested candidates should apply online athttps://www.vcujobs.comFor additional information, please contact Clare Greene, DivisionAdministrator – [email protected] Number of Months12 Application Deadline Date 1. TeachingTo support teaching directly via interactions with Fellows,Housestaff and non-physician professionals. Periodically will beexpected to present appropriate reviews in patient managementdiscussions at Cardiology and Department of Internal Medicineconferences. In addition, will be expected to participate inUniversity Continuing Medical Education programs for practicingphysicians which is important to enhancing patient referrals.2. ResearchTo support clinical research protocols in cardiac catheterizationand cardiac intervention.3. ServiceWill be expected to network to build referral base and participatein outreach.4. ClinicalInterventional cath procedures to include diagnostic and coronaryinterventions and peripheral interventions. Expanding clinical andinvestigative Invasive Cardiology. Will provide cross coverage inother cardiology modalities and outreach sites. Duties will includelimited attending in the Coronary Intensive Care Unit and/orGeneral Cardiology Inpatient Service; will provide emergencycoverage on a rotating call basis; will also have clinicaccessibility.5. OtherSubmit billing and document care as required by the organization.Abide by all medical staff requirements. Participate in qualityinitiatives. Type of SearchNational Application Process/Additional Information Working TitleInterventional Cardiologist Posted Salary Quick Linkhttps://www.vcujobs.com/postings/96823 Position Responsibilities Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). • BC/BE interventional cardiologist, with demonstrated skills inthe areas of coronary artery disease and peripheral vasculardisease.• Clinically oriented and possess sufficient research and teachingexperience to be eligible for academic appointment.• Able to communicate effectively and work with a largemultidisciplinary program.• Eligible for medical licensure in state of Virginia.• Demonstrated experience working in and fostering a diversefaculty, staff, and student environment or commitment to do so as afaculty member at VCU . * Are you a BC/BE Interventional Cardiologist with demonstratedskills in the areas of Coronary Artery Disease and PeripheralVascular Disease?YesNo Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsCurriculum Vitae (CV)Optional DocumentsCover Letter/Letter of ApplicationOther DocumentReference Letter – 1Reference Letter – 2Reference Letter – 3
In an email sent round the JCR, President Alex Bartram explained why the rules were being clarified. He said, “Basically, the point isn’t that trashing is banned: it’s perfectly allowed. However, doing stuff that will damage college property and mean that some poor soul will have to spend an hour or two hours cleaning up after you when it’s not their job is bad, as you might expect. So far, the system’s worked very well, and all parties seem to be satisfied, but we’ll have to wait and see.” This year the University has asked all colleges to try and encourage students to trash friends on college property rather than on public streets. However, this has contributed to trashing debris being left around Balliol, leaving college staff having to clean up the mess. Balliol, as well as providing trashing equipment, has clarified its rules on trashing in an effort to encourage students not to break University regulations. The new guidance have been seen as a reaction to some students being fined for ‘illegal’ trashing. A Balliol student, who wished to remain anonymous, told Cherwell that some of her friends had been fined £80 each for throwing an allegedly small amount flour over a finished finalist. “My friends were grabbed by a security guard and actually treated quite badly, and then had to pay the fine (we all split it) in 48 hours or they faced rustication.” Balliol is to provide its students with water pistols in an effort to prevent mess from post-exam trashings. Other Balliol students have also responded positively to the changes. Alex Robertson, a first year, said “I’ve no real idea what the rules are but if it helps to keep people out of trouble then I guess it’s a good thing.” The student further commented, “We broke the rules and were punished very annoyingly, but very fairly.” Despite this she agreed with Balliol’s trashing rules, telling Cherwell, “The Balliol changes ensure that college doesn’t get messed up with confetti etc. and the porters don’t have to spend their time cleaning up, but that we can still have fun trashing.” The new kit comes as part of an effort to combat the amount of cleaning required after more traditional trashings involving flour and confetti. Balliol Dean, Douglas Dupree, said, “We decided to bring together an informal committee of JCR members and College Officers to try and solve the problem of trashing in a way that allows people to celebrate post-Exams without making a mess that is difficult to clean up.” College staff and the JCR committee have arranged for a trashing kit to be available to students for rent. The kit includes four Supersoakers. Other trashing materials encouraged are: shaving foam, champagne and grass clippings and flower petals. Entz Rep Josh Jones said ‘I think the new rules are a good idea. Trashings have the potential to get out of hand and really ruin things so setting down what’s ok, but not banning it entirely, can only benefit everyone. Water is harmless and good fun, and so far I’ve seen a lot of people enjoying the supersoakers.”
St. Vincent Evansville and Tri-State Orthopaedic Surgeons will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for the highly-anticipated Ascension St. Vincent Orthopedic Hospital, on Thursday, June 27. Media are invited to join for a private tour of the facility beginning at 2:00 p.m. on June 27. Representatives from Ascension St. Vincent and Tri-State Orthopaedic Surgeons will share remarks at 3:15 p.m. followed by a ribbon cutting.The public is invited to attend a Community Open House event on Saturday, June 29 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Attendees will be able to tour the hospital, learn more about services from clinical experts and enter into prize drawings.The $95 million, 135,000-square-foot, four-story Ascension St. Vincent Orthopedic Hospital is located at the northeast corner of Warrick Wellness Trail and Epworth Road. In the area, the facility joins the Ascension St. Vincent Cancer Center/Ascension Medical Group Oncology Hematology and St. Vincent Epworth Crossing all located within steps of the Warrick Wellness Trail.The Ascension St. Vincent Orthopedic Hospital will officially open for patients on July 8, 2019. The facility has been designed with significant input from trusted clinical experts at Tri-State Orthopaedic Surgeons. Patients can expect the highest quality and a superior patient experience with highly coordinated care from pre-procedure testing all the way through surgery to therapy and other needs post-surgery. The hospital includes 24 inpatient rooms (with room for expansion), 10 operating suites (with room for expansion), and two procedure rooms. Services provided will include:Elective orthopedic and spine surgeries (inpatient and outpatient)Pre-procedure educationImaging services (CT, X-Ray, Ultrasound, MRI)LaboratoryPhysical TherapyRespiratory TherapyDurable Medical EquipmentPastoral Care & ChapelHospitalistsDining ServicesCommunity Meeting SpaceFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail
More than 400 bakers and food-to-go retailers from all over the country travelled from as far afield as Devon to the Bakers’ Fair North West on October 14.The show, held at Bolton Arena in the shadow of Bolton Wanderers’ stadium, kicked off at 9am on Sunday morning. And the queue of visitors waiting outside for the doors to open already suggested it was going to be a successful day.The one-day event, sponsored by Norbake, brought together specialist bakery exhibitors, millers, ingredients manufacturers, machinery suppliers, wholesalers and drinks companies, attracting names such as Coca-Cola, Unifine Food & Bake, British Bakels, Aga Foodservice, Christian Salvesen and Rank Hovis.Many of the visitors who poured through the door were carrying large cake boxes or trays of baked goods. It was not a case of coals to Newcastle, though; these were entries into the prestigious Richemont Club of Great Britain annual competition, which was being judged live at the show.In all, some of the UK’s finest bakers and confectioners tested their skills across 19 categories, ranging from fresh creams to Christmas novelties. There were also newly introduced competition classes for young bakers, with an exceptionally high standard of entries, according to judges.The Richemont Club, which has a membership of top craft bakers and confectioners, also hosted a live cake-decorating demonstration and competition at the show, with five stunningly talented teams put through their paces for two-and-a-half hours in front of eager crowds.Around the show, visitors were also checking out the exhibitors’ wares, or even tasting the evidence. Greenhalgh’s, which exhibited alongside Eurobake, did a roaring trade in hot sausage rolls, with wholesale sales manager Garry Thew taking the opportunity to tell visitors about the wholesale side of the business.Jus-Rol also had tempting savouries on offer to an eager reception and both Puratos’ and Bakels’ samples proved more than a little popular. Coca-Cola also did its bit in keeping visitors’ strength up; it was offering free drinks through a promotion in British Baker. On its stand, a specially made video demonstrated a makeover at Sparks bakery and it also showcased automatically energy-efficient open chillers, which adjusted their temperature.Rob Ledwith, regional sales manager at distribution firm Christian Salvesen, another exhibitor at the show, explained that the company was building its name in the baking industry and was very impressed with the show as a means to do that.richemont crowdsRichard Lyons, UK manager of equipment supplier Koma, had just one complaint: his stand was too busy at times! He was located in front of the live Richemont competition, which attracted crowds of five rows deep. Show sponsor Norbake also had a suc—-=== Richemont winners ===Section OneClass 1: Three Sausage Rolls – Charles Bamford,Peter Herd of WilmslowClass 2: Three Meat Pasties – Eric CranClass 3: One Vegetarian Product – Rob Simms, P&A DaviesClass 4: One Quiche Lorraine – Rachel Wilkinson, Arthur ChatwinMilling & Baking Trophy -P & A DaviesSection TwoClass 5: One Brown Tin loaf – Andrew Parkinson, Glovers BakeryClass 6: One Multigrain Cob – Martin Ormisher, Glovers BakeryClass 7: One White Plaited Loaf – Richard Griffiths, Glovers BakeryRank Hovis Trophy – Glovers BakerySection ThreeClass 8: Four Fresh Creams – Kelvin Davies, P&A DaviesClass 9: Four Danish Pastries – Kelvin Davies, P&A DaviesClass 10: Four Christmas Fancies – Jeanette Ramsden, Slattery’sClass 11: Four Puff Pastries – Steven Barnes, SlatterysBakeMark Trophy – P&A DaviesSection FourClass 12: One Novelty Celebration Cake – Tracy Jones, Arthur ChatwinClass 13: One Sugar Paste/Marzipan Model – Marianne Stockton, Arthur ChatwinClass 14: One Character Biscuit – Margaret Ellis, P&A DaviesClass 15: Three Almond Goods – Michael Wilde, Slattery’sRenshaw Trophy – Arthur ChatwinSection Five (Open)Class 16: Four Fruit Scones – Gabrielle Baxter, Tameside CollegeClass 17: One Oven Bottom Loaf – Monique Spivey, Tameside CollegeClass 18: One Round Pizza – Monique Spivey, Tameside CollegeBritish Baker Trophy – Monique SpiveySection Six (by invitation)President’s Challenge Cup (sponsored by British Sugar) – Elaine Hamey and Lisa Smith, Peter HerdsBest in Show (sponsored by Smilde Bakery Group) – Martin Ormisher, Glovers BakeryRichemont Trophy 2007 – P&A Davies
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In 1997, Dark Star Orchestra came together to celebrate the music of The Grateful Dead. Now, Dark Star Orchestra, which was initially imagined as only a four-week experiment, is celebrating its own twentieth year. Even close to twenty years later, their momentum continues, with the band playing to over 120,000 people in the last year alone. To celebrate this special anniversary and their own long strange trip, the band is rolling out a special VIP package for fans.For most shows this year, the band will be offering twenty-five VIP packages per show. Each VIP package will contain pre-show access to the venue; behind-the-scenes soundcheck access; a 20th-anniversary commemorative poster, sticker, and laminate; and a poster signing with the band. This will start on March 30th for the band’s spring tour, and will also be limited to 25 tickets per show.Tickets for the VIP experience are sold separately and exclusively through DSO’s fan club ticketing via the band’s website.
MGN Stock Image.ALBANY – Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Tuesday two additional states meet the metrics to qualify for New York State’s COVID-19 travel advisory.He says both Alaska and Montana were added. The advisory requires individuals who have traveled to New York from areas with significant community spread to quarantine for 14 days.“As we continue to pursue a phased, data driven reopening, the number of areas that remain on New York’s travel advisory is a stark reminder of the continued extent of the COVID-19 crisis throughout the nation,” Governor Cuomo said. “Our ability to protect our state and fight the virus begins with what we do here at home, and that’s why it’s so important that New Yorkers wear masks, socially distance and wash their hands, and why local governments need to enforce state guidance. Everyone stay safe and be New York Tough, and we will get through this together.”The quarantine applies to any person arriving from an area with a positive test rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents over a 7-day rolling average or an area with a 10 percent or higher positivity rate over a 7-day rolling average. New York State’s infection rate has been below 1 percent for 25 straight days, with the number of patients in ICUs remained at 109, the lowest number since March 15.The full, updated travel advisory list is below:AlaskaAlabamaArkansasCaliforniaFloridaGeorgiaGuamHawaiiIowaIdahoIllinoisIndianaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMinnesotaMissouriMississippiMontanaNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaNebraskaNevadaOklahomaPuerto RicoSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVirginiaVirgin IslandsWisconsin Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)