Organizations and individuals cooperating together toward a common goal at the local or grassroots level.

A taxonomy of health networks and systems: bringing order out of chaos. (1/754)

OBJECTIVE: To use existing theory and data for empirical development of a taxonomy that identifies clusters of organizations sharing common strategic/structural features. DATA SOURCES: Data from the 1994 and 1995 American Hospital Association Annual Surveys, which provide extensive data on hospital involvement in hospital-led health networks and systems. STUDY DESIGN: Theories of organization behavior and industrial organization economics were used to identify three strategic/structural dimensions: differentiation, which refers to the number of different products/services along a healthcare continuum; integration, which refers to mechanisms used to achieve unity of effort across organizational components; and centralization, which relates to the extent to which activities take place at centralized versus dispersed locations. These dimensions were applied to three components of the health service/product continuum: hospital services, physician arrangements, and provider-based insurance activities. DATA EXTRACTION METHODS: We identified 295 health systems and 274 health networks across the United States in 1994, and 297 health systems and 306 health networks in 1995 using AHA data. Empirical measures aggregated individual hospital data to the health network and system level. PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: We identified a reliable, internally valid, and stable four-cluster solution for health networks and a five-cluster solution for health systems. We found that differentiation and centralization were particularly important in distinguishing unique clusters of organizations. High differentiation typically occurred with low centralization, which suggests that a broader scope of activity is more difficult to centrally coordinate. Integration was also important, but we found that health networks and systems typically engaged in both ownership-based and contractual-based integration or they were not integrated at all. CONCLUSIONS: Overall, we were able to classify approximately 70 percent of hospital-led health networks and 90 percent of hospital-led health systems into well-defined organizational clusters. Given the widespread perception that organizational change in healthcare has been chaotic, our research suggests that important and meaningful similarities exist across many evolving organizations. The resulting taxonomy provides a new lexicon for researchers, policymakers, and healthcare executives for characterizing key strategic and structural features of evolving organizations. The taxonomy also provides a framework for future inquiry about the relationships between organizational strategy, structure, and performance, and for assessing policy issues, such as Medicare Provider Sponsored Organizations, antitrust, and insurance regulation.  (+info)

Latino children's health and the family-community health promotion model. (2/754)

A majority of Latino children in the US live in poverty. However, unlike other poor children, Latino children do not seem to have a consistent association between poverty and poor health. Instead, many poor Latino children have unexpectedly good health outcomes. This has been labeled an epidemiologic paradox. This paper proposes a new model of health, the family-community health promotion model, to account for this paradox. The family-community health promotion model emphasizes the family-community milieu of the child, in contrast to traditional models of health. In addition, the family-community model expands the outcome measures from physical health to functional health status, and underscores the contribution of cultural factors to functional health outcomes. In this paper, we applied the family-community health promotion model to four health outcomes: low birthweight, infant mortality, chronic and acute illness, and perceived health status. The implications of this model for research and policy are discussed.  (+info)

The relationship and tensions between vertical integrated delivery systems and horizontal specialty networks. (3/754)

This activity is designated for physicians, medical directors, and healthcare policy makers. GOAL: To clarify the issues involved with the integration of single-specialty networks into vertical integrated healthcare delivery systems. OBJECTIVES: 1. Recognize the advantages that single-specialty networks offer under capitated medical care. 2. Understand the self-interests and tensions involved in integrating these networks into vertical networks of primary care physicians, hospitals, and associated specialists. 3. Understand the rationale of "stacking" horizontal networks within a vertical system.  (+info)

Hospitals and managed care: catching up with the networks. (4/754)

Although the growth of managed care is having a significant impact on hospitals, organizational response to managed care remains fragmented. We conducted a survey of 83 hospitals nationwide that indicated that most hospitals now have at least one person devoted to managed care initiatives. These individuals, however, often spend most of their time on current issues, such as contracting with managed care organizations and physician relations. Concerns for the future, such as network development and marketing, although important, receive less immediate attention form these individuals. Hospital managed care executives must take a more proactive role in long range managed care planning by collaborating with managed care organizations and pharmaceutical companies.  (+info)

Transformation of ministries of health in the era of health reform: the case of Colombia. (5/754)

Ministries of health are being called upon to lead major health reforms; at the same time they must reform themselves to become more modern institutions and assume new and different functions and roles in the more dynamic reformed system. The literature on public administration and on health reform has recommended many processes of institutional reform and development, building on private sector management techniques, popularized by 'reinventing government' and 'total quality management'. More recently, thoughtful insights have emphasized improving public management through a focus on creating 'public value'; on political, as well as administrative, leadership; improving institutional performance through strengthening the 'task networks' of organizations needed to achieve strategic objectives; and creating a learning culture within the organization. This article applies these recent approaches to the specific needs of ministries of health in order to improve their capacity to lead major health reforms. This combined approach is then used to analyze and make recommendations to the Ministry of Health in Colombia where the authors were providing technical support for a major new health reform.  (+info)

Massachusetts Medicaid and the Community Medical Alliance: a new approach to contracting and care delivery for Medicaid-eligible populations with AIDS and severe physical disability. (6/754)

This paper discusses the origins and experiences of the Community Medical Alliance (CMA), a Boston-based clinical care system that contracts with the Massachusetts Medicaid program on a fully capitated basis to pay for and deliver a comprehensive set of benefits to individuals with advanced AIDS and individuals with severe disability. Since 1992, the program has enrolled 818 individuals with either severe disability, AIDS, mental retardation, or general SSI-qualifying disability. Under a fee-for-service system, these two groups had received fragmented care. The capitated CMA program emphasizes patient education and self-management strategies, social support and mental health services, and a team approach to healthcare delivery that has reoriented care to primary care physicians, homes, and communities.  (+info)

Community education for stroke awareness: An efficacy study. (7/754)

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: This study examined the effectiveness of a slide/audio community education program aimed at increasing knowledge of stroke risk factors, stroke warning signs, and action needed when stroke warning signs occur. The program targets audiences at higher risk for stroke, especially individuals who are black or >50 years of age. METHODS: Subjects were 657 adults living in the community or in senior independent-living settings. The study examined the effectiveness of the program when presented alone and when accompanied by discussion (facilitation) led by a trained individual. Knowledge of stroke risk factors and warning signs was assessed using parallel pretests and posttests developed and validated specifically for the study. RESULTS: ANCOVA indicated that neither pretesting nor facilitation had a significant effect on posttest measures of knowledge. Paired t tests of groups receiving both the pretest and posttest demonstrated significant increase in knowledge (mean increase, 10.87%; P<0.001). ANCOVA indicated that these gains in knowledge were similar across subjects of different sex, race, age, and educational level. No significant differences could be ascribed to facilitation. CONCLUSIONS: The data indicate that the slide/audio program is effective in increasing knowledge of stroke risk factors, warning signs, and necessary action in subjects of varying ages, races, and education. Pretesting and facilitation did not significantly affect the short-term acquisition of information. The slide/audio program appears to offer a short, easily used educational experience for diverse communities, whether as a stand-alone program or with facilitated discussion.  (+info)

Outcome of long stay psychiatric patients resettled in the community: prospective cohort study. (8/754)

OBJECTIVE: To examine the outcome of a population of long stay psychiatric patients resettled in the community. DESIGN: Prospective study with 5 year follow up. SETTING: Over 140 residential settings in north London. SUBJECTS: 670 long stay patients from two London hospitals (Friern and Claybury) discharged to the community from 1985 to 1993. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Continuity and quality of residential care, readmission to hospital, mortality, crime, and vagrancy. RESULTS: Of the 523 patients who survived the 5 year follow up period, 469 (89.6%) were living in the community by the end of follow up, 310 (59.2%) in their original community placement. A third (210) of all patients were readmitted at least once. Crime and homelessness presented few problems. Standardised mortality ratios for the group were comparable with those reported for similar populations. CONCLUSIONS: When carefully planned and adequately resourced, community care for long stay psychiatric patients is beneficial to most individuals and has minimal detrimental effects on society.  (+info)

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MDRCs Chicago Community Networks Study explores ways to consider power in networks of neighborhood organizations, how power is configured differently in different Chicago neighborhoods, and how these patterns can help communities respond to local challenges.
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Congratulations to UNC resident-turned-faculty-member Dr. Nate Sheets for his receipt of a pilot grant from the Carolina Community Network. The grant will support his research on Disparity in receipt of multidisciplinary consultation and perceptions regarding treatment options among African American and Caucasian prostate cancer patients. Well done!. ...
Community Networks first emerged in the late 1970s, as an outgrowth of the periods alternative computing initiatives in the San Francisco Bay area, excitement about the new ARPANet, and concurrent development of the first personal computers. Most community networks, as we now know them, emerged since the early 1990s, as personal computers proliferated, as the Internet and the Web reached into the public sphere, and as it became clear that to benefit, localities would have to become involved in shaping their corner of our tele- networked society.. Many early community networks have not survived the rapid evolution of technology; social and economic reorganization; marketplace competition; non-profit volunteer burnout; and other human-scale effects of entropy. Like many of their boom-bust .com counterparts, they have important lessons to teach us. More resourceful community networks have and will continue to reinvent themselves, leveraging their technical, social or economic strengths, while ...
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One of the reasons that we are proposing an initial project of three or four community network sites (instead of investing more resources in a single community network) is to begin to lay the foundation for a community of individuals and initiatives involved in Russian community networking. There is little or no tradition for such in Russia. By helping create several community networks simultaneously, we can take advantage of a wider body of experience which should prove useful for subsequent effort. Of course, this creates additional challenges for project management. To help make it manageable, we will encourage the use of identical hardware and software platforms; will provide some good software tools for Web authoring and management, other tools for listserver management (and other communication services such as chat rooms and bulletin board systems) and will provide a web site and communications services to support the network of community networks- with specific services for system ...
Connecting Michigans Unserved Rural Communities. Fiber-optic broadband infrastructure is critical to a communitys ability to thrive in the modern world. Access to robust fiber infrastructure isnt universal, unfortunately. This digital divide leaves the needs of many rural schools and libraries, rural for-profit businesses and rural households unmet.. Barriers to broadband network deployment in rural communities could be reduced through a combination of techniques. The granting of one-time funds to supplement network construction costs, through governmental or philanthropic programs, would help jumpstart network expansion. The creation of community connectivity task force teams would accelerate broadband expansion by helping local communities that dont have all the expertise they desperately need for these complex projects. Sharing information and success stories from community connectivity experts broadly would also facilitate efforts across the state. Michigan has wonderful talent, but it ...
This resource documents jobs created in Chanute, Kansas; Chattanooga and Tullahoma, Tennessee; Lafayette, Louisiana; Bristol, Martinsville, and Danville, Virginia; and Springfield, Missouri. Use the fact sheet to share relevant information with people in the community, business and economic development leaders, lawmakers, or with anyone investigating the possibility of a community owned network in their region. Distribute it freely and often.. Read ongoing coverage related to these networks at ILSRs site devoted to Community Broadband Networks. You can also subscribe to a once-per-week email with stories about community broadband networks.. ...
Organised by Inspiring healthy lifestyles the evening comprised of awards, motivational stories and a catwalk showcasing the past years achievements of the Lose Weight Feel Great programmes across Wigan Borough.. Over the past 12 months an impressive 155 stone has been collectively lost by all of Friday nights participants.. The Lose Weight Feel Great weight management programmes are a collaborative approach to tackling weight loss in the borough. Led by Wigan Council the programmes are delivered by numerous partners including Inspiring healthy lifestyles, Healthy Routes, Slimming World, Wigan Warriors Community Foundation, Wigan Athletic Community Trust and Aintree NHS.. They offer residents bespoke physical activity sessions alongside healthy eating advice within a community settings.. The event compered by journalist and reporter Dave Guest celebrated the amazing achievements of all participants on the child and adult weight management programmes over the past 12 months.. Special guests ...
Organiser: Community. A social club for retired and semi-retired men with a business or professional background. We enjoy listening to a wide variety of speakers and on the fourth Wednesday there is an optional lunch, to which partners are invited, at a local restaurant or inn. Our social programme includes visits to places of interest and entertainment, and occasional gatherings at lunchtime and in the evening. We have an interesting variety of speakers at our bi-monthly meetings. We also arrange outings and meals with partners. We only meet once in December and this at a different venue with partners when we have mince pies and sing carols.. ...
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Many operators 5G network plans are heavily influenced by sports. More than a quarter expect to introduce 5G service tied to the Olympics starting next July.
But wait, theres more. Each of those functions may be invoking external services or loading externally sourced components. Thats nearly a given because modern applications leverage open source components on average for about 80% of the total functionality of an app. That means your responsibility is not only to secure the code your developers write, but other developers as well. Thats no small ask. Studies show (through scans and analysis of those components) that there has been an 88% growth rate in app vulnerabilities in such packages over the past two years. (Source: Snyk, 2019 State of Open Source Security) The increase in dependency on externally sourced components combined with the broadening of the attack surface thanks to decomposition means that securing serverless apps must focus on the code itself. This requires a shift away from after delivery, network-deployed services and into the CI/CD pipeline. It means continuous security scans - static and dynamic. It means code reviews. It ...
School District 64 is hosting a developmental screening for children from Birth to age 3 years at Jefferson School on Tuesday October 1, 2014, from 9am - 12pm. -- CALL (847) 318-5360 FOR FREE APPOINTMENT with the Early Childhood Diagnostic Team and find out how your childs early cognitive, social-emotional, communication, and motor skills are developing and get answers about any concerns you have about your childs development. ...
NICVA is holding three online consultation events on the Manifesto for Change each focussing on one of the three key themes (Keys) identified in the document and to create space and opportunity for participants to share feedback ...
FCN is honoured to have HRH The Prince of Wales as our patron. The founder of FCN, Christopher Jones, is also our honorary president and the charity is governed by a board of trustees, led by chairman Mark Suthern.. ...
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Esta beca se usó para organizar foros para los candidatos dentro del área oeste inferior y el área de San Andrés y crear una campaña de visibilidad en español para que gente habla hispana voten.. Restorative Community Network with Comin Together SB / Racial Bias Awareness Implicit Bias Training and Small Group Discussions - $2,800 ...
Dr Nick Acheson of the University of Ulster will present a paper on the concept of independence as it applies for voluntary and community organisations in contemporary democracies and why those seeking to defend it consider it a defining principle, as well as looking at the current challenges to the voluntary and community sector in Northern Ireland.. This will be followed by a panel discussion with NICVAs Seamus McAleavey, Bernadette McAliskey from STEP, John McMullan from the Bryson Charitable Group and the Rural Community Networks Aidan Campbell, who will give their thoughts on Nicks work and engage in discussion with the audience.. Nicks essay considers what is currently happening to voluntary action in Northern Ireland, first discussing the concept of independence as it applies for voluntary and community organisations in contemporary democracies and why those seeking to defend it consider it a defining principle.. The essay then discusses the current challenges to the voluntary and ...
Of the more than 400 communities around the country that have built and benefitted from community networks, the town of The Dalles in Oregon may have a case for the title of most bang for the buck. Their commitment of $10,000 12 years ago to leverage a $1.8 million QLife fiber optic network has lead to a massive, $1.2 billion dollar investment from Google in the form of a huge data center, employing nearly 200 people and generating millions in tax revenues for the local community. And at the end of September, the QLife board of directors announced that they had paid off the loans used for network construction more than three years ahead of schedule. We covered part of The Dalles network story two years ago: a small city of just 13,000 was told by Sprint in 2000 that it would have to wait 5 to 10 years for broadband Internet access. Meanwhile, local manufacturing was declining and employers were overlooking the town due to its outdated infrastructure. Before building the QLife network, The ...
Of the more than 400 communities around the country that have built and benefitted from community networks, the town of The Dalles in Oregon may have a case for the title of most bang for the buck. Their commitment of $10,000 12 years ago to leverage a $1.8 million QLife fiber optic network has lead to a massive, $1.2 billion dollar investment from Google in the form of a huge data center, employing nearly 200 people and generating millions in tax revenues for the local community. And at the end of September, the QLife board of directors announced that they had paid off the loans used for network construction more than three years ahead of schedule. We covered part of The Dalles network story two years ago: a small city of just 13,000 was told by Sprint in 2000 that it would have to wait 5 to 10 years for broadband Internet access. Meanwhile, local manufacturing was declining and employers were overlooking the town due to its outdated infrastructure. Before building the QLife network, The ...
CSUN Valley Nonprofit Resources supports the nonprofit sector in both Reseda and Canoga Park, working in collaboration with CSUNs Institute for Community Health and Well-Being and Child Development Institute. CSUN is a member of both Neighborhood Partners in Action (ICHWs program in Canoga Park), and Reseda Community Network - both are groups that bring together their respective communities, including nonprofits. VNR also partners with the Office of LA City Councilmember Bob Blumenfield, who represents both communities.. With input from all the above organizations as well as Child Care Resource Center, VNR has created Case Statements for both communities. These provide for each community a summary of statistics ranging from crime to employment to housing, which can be used to back up funding requests and inform people or organizations wanting to know about these communities. The Case Statements are Word documents so they can be attached to another document (such as a funding proposal), or ...
English-speaking minorities experience a limitation in their access to English health and social services due to prevalent language barriers within the province of Quebec. Given this reality, REISAs role in the Diaologue McGill Program is to promote and support the retention of health and social service professionals in the East and North of Montreal and to ensure the English-speaking minority communities have access to services in their own language.. We seek to create and support partnerships with English-speaking community networks and educational institutions to promote internship opportunities in the East and North for students at various levels of study who are pursuing careers in health and social services.. Get involved and find out more from our Dialogue McGill Project Coordinator!. The East Island Network for English Language Services-REISA ...
The aim of this community network is to ensure that your own relationship with The Ladies College endures. We offer opportunities to keep in touch with each other and the College through events, reunions, sports and other social activities. Many of these are organised by The Ladies College Guild and the Development office. In addition we provide services for offering careers advice and work experience through our network connections.. Join the TLCGSY Community online today!. ...
Damp, cold indoor environments are bad for the health of people who live in them, particularly if they have respiratory problems or are vulnerable, such as the young or the very old. This is a community based study designed to test the hypothesis that insulating domestic houses will make them warmer and that this increase in indoor temperature will improve their health and wellbeing.. Following two pilot studies, the first among older people in city council flats and the second among home owners in Waitara. We have followed the Waitara model where community networks will be mobilised to identify households in each community where there is someone with a on going respiratory problem. Seven communities have been selected to help test these hypotheses and have agreed to participate Otara, Gisborne, Mahia/Nuhaka, Taranaki, Porirua, West Coast and Christchurch. Low income areas with high Maori populations have been deliberately selected to maximise the potential health gains.. Two hundred houses in ...
Stephen Goldsmith’s new book, The Power of Social Innovation: How Civic Entrepreneurs Ignite Community Networks for Good, written with Gigi Georges and Tim Glynn Burke, offers tools for innovative government and nonprofit professionals to develop and scale their new solutions to public problems. The book is based on Goldsmith’s experience as chair of the Corporation for National and Community Service for nine years under Presidents Bush and Obama, mayor of Indianapolis, and Professor of Government at Harvard Kennedy School. Relying also on interviews with more than 100 top leaders from the public, private and nonprofit sectors, The Power of Social Innovation features illustrative case studies of civic leaders and entrepreneurs and the catalyzing role each plays in transforming a community’s social service delivery systems. The excerpt belowâ€taken from Chapter 5 “Animating and Trusting the Citizen†â€highlights innovative ways that private citizens, ...
Papers published in Health Promotion International highlight innovations from various sectors including education, health services, employment, legislation, the media, industry and community networks. Articles describe not only theories and concepts, research projects and policy formulation, but also planned and spontaneous activities, organizational change, and social development.. ...
You can raise awareness about the nature of FA and the work FARA is doing to raise funds for research by speaking about it in your community (school, church, library, place of employment). Such speaking engagements can also create opportunities to grow the FA communitys network of support. Much of FARAs success and speed of research is credited to collaboration and networking in the scientific and patient communities as well as with related disease groups. If youd like to speak with someone in the FARA office about how best to prepare for a speaking engagement, please contact [email protected] ...
One of the cities where the Citywide Development Program (CDA) is being piloted is Valenzuela, a smallish industrial city in Metro Manila with a population of 600,000, of whom more than half live in informal settlements scattered throughout the city. The city has had two progressive mayors (brothers) who have partnered with the Valponet community network, the Homeless Peoples Federation and the NGO FDUP to expand savings, develop on-site housing upgrading projects and support a people-driven barangay-wide mapping and planning process in Valenzuela. During a big ACCA-supported regional Community Architects Network (CAN) workshop that was held in June 2013, the architects helped several communities Valenzuela and Caloocan to map their settlements and develop alternative upgrading plans. This workshop gave a big push to the citywide process, and helped turn new concepts into actual projects which are now being implemented, with finance support from SHFC and ACCA. After the CAN workshop, five ...
The two defining themes of the New Internet will be Pervasive Connectedness and Real-Time Infrastructure. The Internet will be like an envelope around us, creating an always-on, always-connected world. It will also provide us - at home, at work, and everywhere else - with information and services on demand and in real-time. In doing so, the Internet becomes invisible and yet provides visibility across the value chain.. Pervasive Connectedness: Broadband IP-based networks built using a mix of optics for the backbone and wireless for the last mile will ensure that there is ubiquitous connectivity. Todays cellular networks ensure reach through in most parts of the world. Tomorrow, a combination of the high-speed cellular networks like 2.5G and 3G, and community networks using technologies like 802.11b (Wi-Fi, which uses the free 2.4 Ghz spectrum) will provide high-speed connectivity everywhere.. Real-Time Infrastructure: When software and data moves into the network cloud, it becomes possible to ...
Shared Lives is a care and support service which is for people aged 16+ who want to live independently in their community, with the support of a family and community network. Its an alternative to supported living or residential care.. Over 10,000 Shared Lives carers use their own home and family life to share it with someone who needs support around the UK. Working at home, you can earn between £350 - £650 a week with tax relief, training, regular breaks and a UK support network. And you get to see the amazing difference in someones life - its the ultimate lockdown job!. Shared Lives care is based on shared interests, lifestyles and sense of humour. Its a bit like fostering - for adults. It feels like an ordinary life for someone who needs support - and doesnt feel like a job for you!. Apply today and help us build kinder, stronger communities ...
Projet lauréat du concours subventions programmatiques (automne 2017) du Réseau ISSPLI (IRSC).. Responsables : Catherine Hudon, Shirley Bighead, Cameron J. Campbell, Lynn H. Edwards, Geneviève Landry, Véronique Sabourin, Tara Sampalli, Mike Warren, Joanne Young, F. Kris Aubrey-Bassler, Frederick I. Burge, Maud-Christine Chouinard, Shelley A. Doucet, Vivian R. Ramsden.. A common reason for frequent use of health care services is the complex health care needs of individuals suffering from multiple chronic conditions, often together with mental health comorbidities and/or social vulnerability. Individuals with such complex health care needs require a variety of services from various systems and community networks. This often leads to difficulties with the integration of care. Currently, case management (CM) is the most promising intervention to improve care integration and reduce inappropriate health care use and costs for this population. Our overarching goal is to inform policy makers, ...
The asset-based approach sees citizens and communities as co-producers of health and wellbeing; promotes community networks, relationships and friendships as a way of providing mutual help and support; and, most importantly, empowers communities to control their futures and create tangible resources for themselves.
Newsletters for the Aras Community Network on the enterprise open source software solutions for Product Life Cycle Management [PLM], Advanced Product Quality Planning [APQP], and Global Supplier Management.
Monday -9.30am - 11.30 - Drop-in (term time only) ADDvanced Solutions Community Network encourages, equips and empowers children, young people and their families living with neurodevelopmental conditions, learning difficulties and associated mental health needs. Our engaging, community-based, learning, coaching and mentoring programmes will help you and your family to… ...
The biomedical challenges of the 21st Century will be solved by scientific communities - networks of scientists with common interests but diverse skills and expertise.. In order to align our research enterprise with this scientific landscape, The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA has established six Unified Research Themes to stimulate interaction between UCLAs top scientists and clinicians. These outstanding researchers are dedicating their careers to the same problems but have historically had little interaction due to relics of 20th century University organizational structure.. Under the umbrella of the Unified Research Themes, UCLA scientists and clinicians are doing pioneering research for the benefit of humanity.. ...
Words conveyed by wisdom and truth influence inevitable change, Las palabras que contienen sabiduria y verdad influyen inevitablemente al cambio, H. Nelson Goodson said. Goodson is well known in the local organizing community network. Nationally, Goodson is one of the foremost respected immigration rights and reform journalist. He is also one of Americas foremost Latino civil libertarian. The Badger Blogger 2008, Patrick wrote: Mr. H. Nelson Goodson, You have covered things that the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper wont and you cover it in a way they fear. Posted on Badger Blogger on August 17th, 2007 at 6:39 p.m. Goodson was instrumental in helping to coordinate the national Immigration movement early in 2006, which drew millions of supporters for immigration rights and reform. Goodson further encouraged numerous members of the Latino entertainment world to endorse and support immigration reform throughout the nation in 2006, published in El Conquistador Newspaper issue on November ...
Words conveyed by wisdom and truth influence inevitable change, Las palabras que contienen sabiduria y verdad influyen inevitablemente al cambio, H. Nelson Goodson said. Goodson is well known in the local organizing community network. Nationally, Goodson is one of the foremost respected immigration rights and reform journalist. He is also one of Americas foremost Latino civil libertarian. The Badger Blogger 2008, Patrick wrote: Mr. H. Nelson Goodson, You have covered things that the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper wont and you cover it in a way they fear. Posted on Badger Blogger on August 17th, 2007 at 6:39 p.m. Goodson was instrumental in helping to coordinate the national Immigration movement early in 2006, which drew millions of supporters for immigration rights and reform. Goodson further encouraged numerous members of the Latino entertainment world to endorse and support immigration reform throughout the nation in 2006, published in El Conquistador Newspaper issue on November ...
Words conveyed by wisdom and truth influence inevitable change, Las palabras que contienen sabiduria y verdad influyen inevitablemente al cambio, H. Nelson Goodson said. Goodson is well known in the local organizing community network. Nationally, Goodson is one of the foremost respected immigration rights and reform journalist. He is also one of Americas foremost Latino civil libertarian. The Badger Blogger 2008, Patrick wrote: Mr. H. Nelson Goodson, You have covered things that the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel newspaper wont and you cover it in a way they fear. Posted on Badger Blogger on August 17th, 2007 at 6:39 p.m. Goodson was instrumental in helping to coordinate the national Immigration movement early in 2006, which drew millions of supporters for immigration rights and reform. Goodson further encouraged numerous members of the Latino entertainment world to endorse and support immigration reform throughout the nation in 2006, published in El Conquistador Newspaper issue on November ...
This marks the second year for SME to showcase Innovations That Could Change the Way You Manufacture. It is a member-driven initiative that reveals new and emerging technologies that are expected to impact the future of manufacturing.. SME members have steered this program through the Technical Community Network (TCN) and Manufacturing Enterprise Council (MEC). The TCN seeks and reviews nominations. The MEC then narrows the list of nominations to a few that it feels are worthy of recognition.. I believe it is important to recognize innovation, especially good innovation. It acknowledges deserving individuals and organizations, and stimulates others to become involved in idea generation and the technology development process.. What is innovation? Wikipedia says it is a new way of doing something. It refers to incremental, radical, or revolutionary changes in thinking, products, processes, or organizations.. Innovation has set the US apart from most other nations. Americans are born and raised to ...
Reviewer: Anonymous. The paper is very agreeable to read. A good interdisciplinary collaboration, it provides a technical, socio-political/STS and legal analysis of CNs which are a good example of infrastructural alternative internets. I only have minor comments and small suggestions.. p. 3 Im not a sociologist and dont have a recommendation of reference, but I dont think you can write Behind a community network we find, if not a community in a proper sociological sense without providing at least a working definition which would differentiate it from a working group. It seems especially important since the word community is the first of the CN expression.. What does variegate mean in this context and would you like to give a few examples of personal motivations and incentives to participate as described in Antoniadis et al. 2008 ?. Was Snowdens scandal in 2012, not rather in 2013 ?. Would you be able to give a couple of examples of Anonymous cyber-political actions, and perhaps a ...
Following the emergence of swine influenza A(H3N2) variant (v) viruses with sporadic human infections in North America, the Community Network of Reference Laboratories (CNRL) and the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency completed an exercise to assess the CNRLs capability to detect novel reassortant and circulating triple reassortant swine viruses (TRA) in humans. ...
In dealing with infectious diseases, two primary methods of prevention are worthwhile: immunization and avoidance. Avoidance is nearly impossible as valence for various pathogens vary so greatly and community network structure influences (Ciccaroneet al., 2010; Salathé & Jones, 2010). Immunization, on the other hand, allows for proximal contact with a specific pathogen without the likelihood to effective transmission, or active infection. Immunization, or innoculation, is the process of introducing the immune system to potential future pathogens so that it may form lifelong antibodies that can readily attack the pathogen if infected in the future (Centers for Disease Control, 2009). Immunization is gaining stronger support in the face of a growing number of antibiotic-resistant pathogens and pathogens with a propensity for recombination under heavy environmentally selective pressures, and though antibiotic therapy is a reliable and effective secondary prevention method, it seems to be true that ...
Nunavut Independent Television is Canadas first artist-run media centre located in a remote Inuit community. Based in Igloolik, NITV promotes creation and exhibition of Inuit video art linking Nunavut communities through internet television channels on IsumaTV. Local access internet-TV and media training increase production and distribution of Inuktitut and other Aboriginal-language video and media activism. NITV is one of the founding members of IsumaTV, a collective multimedia platform for Inuit and Aboriginal media worldwide.. NITV also is one of the founding partners in Digital Indigenous Democracy, an effort to bring global partners into a working collaboration through new media and socio-political networking.. As a Northern Internet Distributor NITV on IsumaTV is recognized as an Eligible Broadcaster by the Canada Media Fund to trigger financing from the Aboriginal Fund Envelope. More information at [email protected] ...
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With Who: Christina Jervey Jewelry. Location: Mount Pleasant, SC. Dates: Spring 2021 - Summer 2021. Position Summary: (This is a paid internship.) Christina Jervey Jewelry is looking for an intern to help with marketing and daily operations. Ideal candidate is organized, hard working, a fast learner, dependable, and ambitious.. Proficiency of basic computer programs and social media is required. Knowledge in photoshop, graphic design, and photography is a plus.. This is an opportunity to learn all aspects of a fashion business from design to production, to marketing and sales.. The internship is paid. Position start date is immediate. 2-3 days a week for a minimum of 3 months. School credit is available. Please check with your academic department to see if credit is eligible.. Responsibilities include: updating website and inventory, general administrative tasks, managing social media outlets, assisting in production, managing accounts, and developing marketing materials.. Application Deadline: ...
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities (CRCHD) invites you to participate in the Cancer Health Disparities Summit 2008, to be held July 14-16 at the Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, Bethesda, Maryland. The overall theme for this years Summit is Eliminating Cancer Health Disparities Through Science, Training, and Community. Cancer Health Disparities 2008 (Summit 08) will highlight the science of the programs and grantees funded through the CRCHD. The CRCHD is central to NCIs efforts to reduce the unequal burden of cancer in our society and to train the next generation of competitive researchers in cancer and cancer health disparities research. Summit 08 will share evidence-based prevention, screening, treatment, and survivorship interventions from the Community Networks Program (CNP), Minority Institution and Cancer Center Partnerships (MICCP), and Patient Navigation Research Program (PNRP).. Summit 08 is now combined with the ...
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For twenty-five years, the Center for Civic Partnerships (CCP) provided leadership and management support to build healthier communities and more effective nonprofit organizations. CCP provided training, technical assistance, and tools, and was the home of the California Healthy Cities and Communities Network which promoted positive physical, social and economic community environments that supported the well-being of community members. This program ended in 2016.. ...
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Purpose: Disparities in colorectal cancer screening (CRCS) are partially rooted in reduced access to health care and screening tests. One strategy under investigation within the Tampa Bay Community Cancer Network Community Network Program Center is the promotion of the now widely available and evidence-based immunochemical fecal occult blood test (i-FOBT or FIT) in community-based federally qualified health centers (FQHC) using easy-to-understand video and photo-novella materials customized for this setting. The purposes of this qualitative study were to identify key issues from the perspectives of providers regarding common barriers that patients face regarding the i-FOBT screening test, identify successful strategies to prime patients to use the i-FOBT test, and explore the best timing sequence of patient preparatory education about CRCS.. Methods: Two focus groups and three individual interviews were conducted among 17 community health care providers working with medically underserved ...
A second case of measles has been confirmed in Santa Barbara County by the countys Public Health Department (PHD). The first case, a Santa Barbara City man in his twenties, was reported May 28. The infection danger was considered small for the first case because the young man spent most of his contagious period traveling outside of Santa Barbara County. The most recent individual was only identified as an unvaccinated adult to maintain their medical privacy. The second patient was exposed to measles outside of the county and has been in isolation since June 5, reported the PHD. However, individuals who visited the sites below at the times indicated may have been exposed to the virus. Friday, May 31, 2019. Noon-3pm , Norvell Bass Cleaners, 3323 State St., Santa Barbara 2- 5pm , Macys, 3805 State St., Santa Barbara 3-5:30pm , Skin Deep Spa, 3405 State St., Santa Barbara 6-10 pm , Helena Bakery / Les Marchands, 131 Anacapa St., Santa Barbara 8-11pm , Santa Barbara Wine Therapy, 732 State St., ...
Working with the Jewish communitys burial boards, regional Jewish communities and the Jewish Small Communities Network as of the week ending 12th March 2021 there have been 896 Jewish funerals carried out where the deceased contracted Covid-19. This represents an increase of 4 such reported funerals on the previous week.. We wish bereaving families a long life, and pray that the memory of their loved ones should be for a blessing.. The Board of Deputies is liaising with seven of the largest denominational burial boards to collate an indicator of deaths where Covid-19 was a factor. These denominational burial boards are: The Adath Yisroel Burial Society, the Federation of Synagogues Burial Society, the Joint Jewish Burial Board, Liberal Judaism, the Spanish and Portuguese Sephardi Community, the United Synagogue Burial Society and the Western Charitable Foundation. The Board of Deputies has either received reports from the following regional communities, or has accounted for them through the ...
Meet the scientists seeking new insights on COVID-19. Every month, we bring together a group of researchers studying wide-ranging aspects of the current pandemic, to share their research and answer questions from our community. Learn more about their ongoing efforts in the fight against COVID-19, including opportunities for collaboration.. During this event, we will also announce the upcoming COVID Information Commons Student Paper Challenge, an opportunity for students to learn about and contribute their unique insights about COVID-19 research. Tune in to learn about how students can participate and how you can get involved as a mentor or judge.. Join us on Wednesday, December 9th, at 3-4 pm Eastern Time, to hear from the following speakers. Register here to receive Zoom information.. Presenters:. Foad Hamidi, University of Maryland Baltimore County: RAPID: Responding to COVID-19 using High-speed Mesh Wireless Community Network Internet. Funded by NSF Computer and Information Science and ...
Join the Arab Resource and Organizing Center (AROC), the Palestinian Youth Movement(PYM), and the International Jewish anti-Zionist Network (IJAN):. Protest Against the Indictment of Palestinian Activist, Rasmea Odeh. Oscar Grant Plaza, Oakland. Wednesday, November 13th @ 5pm. The United States Palestinian Community Network (USPCN) and Rasmeas supporters and legal team have called for the 13th of this month to be NATIONAL DAYS of ACTION to support Rasmea and demand dropping of the charges now!. If convicted, Rasmea faces up to 10 years in prison, being stripped of her U.S. citizenship, and probable deportation. We cannot allow this to happen. The charges against her are a political attack on her as an individual and on Palestinian, Arab and Muslim communities across the U.S. as a whole. The U.S. government is attacking Rasmea just as they attacked the Holy Land Foundation, the 23 anti-war and international solidarity activists in 2010, Chicano leader, Carlos Montes, and many others who have ...
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Moldova fights traffic in women for sex / Resident of Europes poorest nation helps entrap, jail Turkish pimp who enslaved her Olesea, a redhead with a pixie haircut and catlike, sparkling eyes, then stared silently at a photo of Mehmed Cara, the dark-eyed Turkish pimp who forced her into prostitution in his native land. Oleseas quest for justice began when she returned from Turkey five months ago and sought out the Center for the Prevention of Trafficking in Women, a Moldovan nonprofit legal organization, supported by the U.N. Development Program and the U.S. State Department, that was set up three years ago to help victims of trafficking and build community networks to combat it. Sex traffickers have found fertile ground in Europes poorest nation, where economic collapse is rampant, the average monthly income a mere $56 and the unemployment rate for women ranges as high as 68 percent. Taking advantage of the womens desperate need to make money, the traffickers have since the mid-1990s lured
Santa Barbara, CA (January 2021) - Downtown Santa Barbara, working with the City of Santa Barbaras Community Services Section and the Santa Barbara Youth Council, announces that applications are being accepted for the 2020 Harriet Miller Youth Leadership Award Scholarship.. The Harriet Miller Youth Leadership Award Scholarship is given to one outstanding high school senior in the Santa Barbara area in recognition of their leadership and community service. Downtown Santa Barbara presents the award in honor of former Mayor Harriet Millers contributions to local youth leadership and her encouragement for youths engagement in community service. Applicants must be a student in the Santa Barbara Unified School District or a resident of Santa Barbara with a minimum GPA of 2.5 and have completed a minimum 45 community service hours by the application deadline, which is February 12, 2021. Applicants are required to complete the following questions in a 250-500-word personal essay:. 1. List and ...
The Special Populations Network will develop initiatives that will increase the recognition of special populations of gifted children and promote equitable services to address their diverse needs. The term special populations refers to gifted children who have additional circumstances or characteristics that can interfere with academic achievement, social/emotional growth, and optimal development of their potential ...
COLLABORATIVE NETWORK FOR CLINICAL RESEARCH ON IMMUNE TOLERANCE Release Date: January 22, 1999 RFP AVAILABLE: NIH-NIAID-DAIT-99-30 P.T. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases The Division of Allergy, Immunology and Transplantation of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), NIH, has a requirement for a Contractor having the capabilities and facilities to establish, coordinate and manage a Collaborative Network for Clinical Research on Immune Tolerance. The goals of this Collaborative Network are to: (1) design a long-term research agenda to accelerate the application of tolerogenic approaches for the treatment of multiple immune system diseases, including autoimmune diseases, asthma and allergic diseases, and graft rejection on solid organ, cell and tissue transplantation. Specifically, the Contractor shall design and conduct clinical trials at all phases to evaluate the safety, toxicity and efficacy of promising tolerance induction strategies in these ...
Alyssa Smith. California is number one in STDs, according to a recent study by the Center for Disease Control, California has more reported cases of gonorrhea, chlamydia, and syphilis than any other state.. In Santa Barbara County, STD rates are also at an all time high, according to the County of Santa Barbaras Public Health Department. In a report totaling data from 2011 to 2015, rates of the same three diseases rose steadily each year. However, Santa Barbara County has less per-capita reported STDs than the rest of the state.. College campuses often have a less than flattering reputation for the presence of unsafe sex and diseases that can accompany it. Santa Barbara has two large campuses (SBCC and UCSB), yet compared to California as a whole, the county has lower rates of reported STDs.. Trends for increasing and decreasing cases of certain diseases in Santa Barbara County mirror the statewide trends. Preliminary data from 2016 suggests that trends for rising numbers of STD cases have ...
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Downloadable! The importance of networks supporting collaboration between legally independent business partners is increasing. This is partly due to on specialization focused business strategies and the effects of globalization. Often these collaborative networks are submitted to web-based services linked through service oriented architecture (SOA) to individual firms ERP environment. However, when looking at Western Europe, integration of business activities is still challenged by a blockade of traditional business patterns. Participants in collaborative networks have to cross bridges to break with traditional business patterns. Virtues in business such as: transparency, trustworthiness, and action orientation are considered as constraints. Traditional business cherishes illusion about price, capacity and firms business standards. To implement change and transparent business settings ethical leadership is required.
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Fiesta: Chumash Indians (1mb). The History of Mission Santa Barbara. Mission Santa Barbara was the tenth of the California missions to be founded by the Spanish Franciscans. It was established on the Feast of St. Barbara, Dec 4, 1786. Padre Junipero Serra, who founded the first nine missions, had died 2 years earlier. Serra had planned to build this mission, raising the cross at the presidio of Santa Barbara in 1782. It was Padre Fermin Francisco de Lasuen, his successor, who raised the cross here and placed Padre Antonio Paterna, a companion of Serra, in charge. Paterna put up the first buildings and made the first converts. The original buildings were of adobe and unpretentious. As the years passed, there was progress and development. There were three adobe churches here, each larger than the other, before the present church. The third was destroyed by earthquake in 1812. Thereafter the present church was planned. It was finished and dedicated in 1820. The present friary residence was built ...
Indy Eleven and its Official Merchandise Partner, The Shop Indy, today released a special Eleven Cares tee-shirt, proceeds from which will benefit Community Health Network Foundations Lisa Borinstein Caregiver Assistance Fund.. This limited-edition Eleven Cares shirt is now available online for $25 at When Community Health Network continued their partnership with Indy Eleven last fall as our jersey-back partner, our motto was, We have each others back, said Larry Linde, Indy Eleven Senior Director of Partnerships & Broadcasting. Now we urge the Indy Eleven family to act in that spirit and rally together with us and The Shop Indy on behalf of Community Health Network employees who are on the front lines of this crisis.. The Lisa Borinstein Caregiver Assistance Fund offers financial assistance to Community caregivers - including physicians, nurses, technicians, environmental services providers, security team members and more - who are facing sudden and severe ...
Table 1 describes the measures we used to assess strength of the CMI. Although the BTS-IV included self-reported measures of exposure to, and participation in, the programme, to adequately address our main evaluation question (ie, Did a greater level of community mobilisation lead to improved programme outcomes?), it was important to have an independent measure of strength of the intervention. An independent measure of intervention strength at the community level will allow us to move beyond an individual level only analysis of the effect of self-reported exposure to the intervention on outcomes. We define strength as the type and level of participation of the community in the CMI, and we measured it with the CLCPS, a tool based on a much longer qualitative measure of the nature, scope and character of community mobilisation and organisation.42. The CLCPS provides a profile of community participation in the CMI at a subdistrict level, a geographic area we describe as a cluster. The ...
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Santa Barbara, California - Published 11/2/2017 Santa Barbara News-Press by David Minsky The Santa Barbara area real estate market remained strong going into the third quarter of 2017 with solid commercial sales along the South Coast, although a growing amount of available leasing space and lack of housing could signal a downturn for Californias economy... Read more »
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Joe F.Pancho Limón (Jose Francisco) passed away peacefully at his home in Santa Barbara from heart failure. He was born in Yahualica, Jalisco, México. He was preceded in death by his loving wife, Virginia. Pancho is survived by: his two children, Steven Ybarra and Jennifer (Hector) Valadez of Santa Barbara; grandsons Hector and Jesse Valadez; his parents, José and Maria Guadalupe Limón of Santa Barbara; three brothers, Raudel (Silbia) Limón, Jaime (Liz) Limón, and Javier Limón; and three sisters, Elvia (Francisco) Elias, Lulu (David) Wasserman, and Hortensia (Frank) Cruz. He is also survived by more cousins, nieces, nephews, aunts, and uncles, than is possible to name here ...
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The National Immunization Partnership with the APA (NIPA) is a large-scale, Quality Improvement (QI) Learning Collaborative designed to prioritize HPV vaccination at every adolescent visit. The global aim for this project is to improve HPV vaccine initiation and series completion rates in participating sites by 10% from baseline to the end of the project.. This Virtual Toolkit is a comprehensive resource for participants from the APA Continuity Research Network (CORNET) and the National Improvement Partnership Network (NIPN) enrolled in the Learning Collaborative. Be sure to visit this site throughout the project as it contains up-to-date information related to adolescent health and immunizations, quality improvement strategies, data collection instructions, as well as directions to access live and recorded monthly calls / webinars.. If you have any questions or comments, please reach out to the NIPA QI Project Team Coordinators.. Thank you for participating in this Quality Improvement (QI) ...
ADTRAN provides economical solution to upgrade service speed, expand addressable market and extend GPON assets lifespan. HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(October 29, 2020)-ADTRAN®, Inc., (NASDAQ:ADTN, news, filings), a leading provider of next-generation multi-gigabit, fiber and fiber extension broadband access solutions, today announced that Impulse Advanced Communications is leveraging ADTRANs Total Access 5000 (TA5000) fiber access platform to deploy 10G XGS-PON business services in Santa Barbara Countys south coast region, home to many innovative startups. Impulse is leveraging ADTRANs Combo PON technology to deliver GPON and XGS-PON simultaneously. This solution significantly reduces costs, equipment space and power requirements, while enabling Impulse to improve broadband speeds and broaden addressable markets.. Santa Barbara boasts a long history of innovation in technology with a thriving community that has exponentially increased the regions demand for data in the last decade. Impulses ...
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The Seattle Community Network is a prominent example. When one looks at the entries of community network directories or the ... A printed periodic publication is sometimes a service of the community network. Some community networks limit themselves to ... "community network" or "community networking", it is noticeable that a variety of practices exist. This diversity can be seen in ... is a community network started in Manchester, UK in 1998. VillageSoup created the first community network based on a business ...
... website Community Bicycle Network website BikeShare: A Community Bicycle Lending Program - Moving on ... The Community Bicycle Network (CBN) existed to provide a network for bike recycling clubs and other community economic ... Its for-profit operations helped to support other non-profit projects in the community. The main activity of the bike shop was ... It started out as a network of bike recycling clubs and a location to house such organizations as Transportation Options and ...
... provided the LSPs with access to a wider community network and led community development work. Community Empowerment Network v ... In the United Kingdom, community empowerment networks (CENs) are networks of a collection of local community, voluntary and ... Since 2001, £43 million a year has been invested in developing community empowerment networks through the Single Community ... To date, these networks have funded 25,000 community projects, ... Community development, Community empowerment, All stub articles ...
The Community Broadband Network (CBN) is a British social enterprise which supports and develops community-led broadband ... With first generation broadband widely available in the UK, CBN's focus shifted towards the community led higher-speed next- ... Retaining the social enterprise model, CBN now works with community groups, policy makers, and industry to develop thinking on ... In 2009, CBN has been facilitating the creation of the Independent Networks Co-operative Association (INCA) to meet the Digital ...
A community radio network is any network of radio stations set up to serve local communities. Community Radio Network may refer ... a group of community access radio stations in Australia Community Radio Network (New Zealand), a former network of New Zealand ... the Welsh Community Radio Network This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Community Radio Network. If ... a group of community access radio stations in New Zealand In the UK there is the UK Community Radio Network, a group of Ofcom ...
The SAP Community Network (SCN) was created in July 2003 as part of the SAP Developer Network. In 2006, a sub-community for ... The SAP Community Network was then renamed more simply as the SAP Community. In September 2019, the SAP Community website moved ... "SAP Community". Official website SAP Community Getting Started (SAP SE, Software developer communities, ... SAP Community Network (SCN) is the official user community of SAP SE. SAP software users, developers, consultants, mentors and ...
The Shatin Community Network (Chinese: 沙田社區網絡) is a localist political group in Hong Kong. It was formed by a group of Sha Tin ... Kowloon East Community Youngspiration v t e (Articles lacking sources from October 2017, All articles lacking sources, Use Hong ...
... "community network": "Community networks are networks collectively owned and managed by the community for non-profit and ... AWMN Bryggenet Community Broadband Network Computer network DD-WRT List of wireless community networks by region Multiple-input ... Wireless community networks (WCNs) or wireless community projects or simply community networks, are non-centralized, self- ... The network served as example for other urban community wireless networks in Italy. By 2016, similar wireless networks had been ...
Lam Tin Community Network Sha Tin Community Network Tin Shui Wai Community Network Tsuen Wan Community Network (quit in 2018) ... Tsuen Wan Community Network, Lam Tin Community Network and Tin Shui Wai Community Network, in hopes of winning 15 seats in 2019 ... It was formed in August 2017 with six community groups, including Sha Tin Community Network, Tuen Mun Community Network, Kwai ... Tsuen Wan Community Network and Tuen Mun Community Network quit the alliance in February 2018. Kwai Tsing Bonding (quit in 2018 ...
... (CHN) provides primary care, mental health and social services in New York City. All of its ... "Eye Care", Community Healthcare Network, retrieved January 24, 2021 Official website (Articles needing cleanup from May 2011, ... In 2007, Community Healthcare Network received accreditation from The Joint Commission by demonstrating compliance with ... mental health and social services and in 1998 the name was changed to Community Healthcare Network. Catherine M. Abate has been ...
See also: List of third-sector railway lines in Japan Community Rail Network Department for Transport, Community Rail Network ... The Community Rail Network (CRN), formerly known as the Association of Community Rail Partnerships (ACoRP), supports its fifty ... Community rail in Britain is the support of railway lines and stations by local organisations, usually through community rail ... Some routes will only be designated as community rail services (rather than community rail lines) as the infrastructure may be ...
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... is a community facility which serves the St Thomas's parish of Dudley, West Midlands, England. ... The dream of a community centre for one of the most deprived areas of Dudley became reality in 1991, when St Thomas's Community ... The opportunity for a large community centre in the Kates Hill area was on the horizon in October 1988, when Dudley council ... Network opened at Beechwood Road. It offers youth club facilities to children and teenagers, as well as educational support to ...
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The Black Autonomy Network Community Organization (BANCO) is a political and social justice coalition working in Benton Harbor ... BANCO The Black Autonomy Network Community Organization v t e (CS1 maint: archived copy as title, All articles with unsourced ...
"Our Mission". National Network for Safe Communities. Retrieved 2017-06-12. "National Network for Safe Communities: An Overview ... National Network for Safe Communities (2016). Group Violence Intervention: An Implementation Guide. Office of Community ... National Network for Safe Communities. Retrieved 2017-06-12. "The National Initiative for Building Community Trust and Justice ... The National Network for Safe Communities was founded as the Center for Crime Prevention and Control in 2005. In 2009 it was re ...
Community Agroecology Network works alongside communities in Nicaragua, El Salvador, Costa Rica, and Mexico and offers Field ... Community Agroecology Network seeks to maintain rural livelihoods and sustainable food systems using the Freirean approach of ... ASB is an Action Education International Field Course hosted by the Community Agroecology Network (CAN). CAN is a non-profit ... "Programs , Community Agroecology Network". Archived from the original on 2013-07-26. Retrieved 2013-06-04. "Alternative Spring ...
The Detroit Black Community Food Security Network (DBCFSN) is an urban, community-oriented, predominantly black, grassroots ... Detroit Black Community Food Security Network has more than 70 members, of which 80% are women, including individuals, seven ... The newfound Detroit Black Community Food Security Network began gardening on a quarter-acre plot of land in Detroit's east ... Wallace, H. (2016, March 28). Malik Yakini of Detroit's Black Community Food Security Network. Retrieved March 27, 2018, from ...
The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network, or CoCoRaHS, is a network of volunteer weather observers in the United ... "raingaugevolunteers".[permanent dead link] "The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail, and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS ... The network was started in 1997 in Larimer County, Colorado, after a flash flood in Spring Creek killed five people and damaged ... The CoCoRaHS Canada network began in Manitoba in December 2011 following a massive flood in that province. As of 2014, the ...
Mid-City CAN is a community collaborative of over 150 agencies, community residents, parents, youth, businesses, schools, and ... The organization seeks to bring together community partners to coordinate social, health and community services advocate for ... and generally work for greater community involvement and community-based decision making. Mid-City CAN v t e (Articles with ...
"Canadian Jewish community holds anti-Zionist picket" Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine, Crescent International, ... The International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network (IJAN) is a network of anti-Zionist Jews pledged to "Oppose Zionism and the State ... Network International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network web site Charter of the International Jewish anti-Zionist Network. September ... The charter of the organization states "[w]e are an international network of Jews who are uncompromisingly committed to ...
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In the years that followed, "Lift Every Voice and Sing" was sung within Black communities; Johnson wrote that "the school ... Black Information Network. Retrieved 2022-02-06. Castronuovo, Celine (2021-09-11). "Bill Maher criticizes NFL for playing Black ... could incorrectly implicate a desire of separatism by Black communities, that the lyrics of the hymn do not overtly refer to ... was communally sung within Black communities, while the NAACP began to promote the hymn as a "Negro national anthem" in 1917. ...
Hall hosts the FM radio program, "Madness Radio," syndicated on the Pacifica Network, and in 2009, co-founded Portland Hearing ... After graduating from the community studies program at the University of California Santa Cruz in 1986, Hall worked for the ... In 2002, Hall joined activist Ed Russell to initiate a volunteer-run, low-power Pacifica Radio affiliate FM community radio ... an interview format radio show which began on VFR and has been syndicated on the Pacifica Radio Network, including KBOO in ...
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Community - Renewed for a second season on March 5, 2010. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - Renewed for a twelfth season on ... The 2009-10 network television schedule for the five major English-language commercial broadcast networks in the United States ... After three years as a network, MyNetworkTV became a programming service, and therefore not recognized as a network. New series ... Community - picked up for a full 22-episode season on October 23, 2009. An additional 3 episodes were ordered January 20, 2010 ...
To promote community-based public health initiatives on behalf of Sex Workers, which may be used as a model for improving ... In January 2012, the "Someone You Know is a Sex Worker" campaign was nominated by the Global Network of Sex Work Projects (NSWP ... Klausner invited members of the sex worker community for a meeting on the health status of sex industry workers. Before this ... James Infirmary (abbreviated SJI), founded by members of the sex worker activist community in 1999, is a peer-based, full ...
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BSides, community conference that initially started in the US is now global. Blackhoodie, is a series of free, women-only ... NDSS (Network & Distributed System Security Symposium), annual security conference from Internet Society. NSPW (New Security ... "NDSS Network & Distributed System Security Symposium". Internet Society. Retrieved 2013-04-05. "Introduction , New Security ... SIN ACM, or the International Conference on Security of Information and Networks. SOURCE Conference, SOURCE is a computer ...
Some European countries and the European Economic Community endorsed OSI. They founded RARE and associated national network ... The NPL network connected with the European Informatics Network (EIN) by translating between two different host protocols, that ... IDG Network World Inc. 5 (41). Lehtisalo, Kaarina (2005). The history of NORDUnet: twenty-five years of networking cooperation ... He proposed a national commercial data network in the UK and built the local-area NPL network to demonstrate and research his ...
Refusing to take sole credit for the flag, its creators hoped that the Franco-Ontarian community would claim it as their own ... a network of academic institutions of the Canadian Francophonie. Founded as a Roman Catholic institution, the university became ... In 2001, the Ontario Legislature officially recognized the flag as the emblem of the Ontario French-speaking community. Since ... Sacred Heart College played a major role in the development of the Franco-Ontarian community of northeastern Ontario. - http:// ...
The Santa Rosa Community Hospital is the primary public hospital of Santa Rosa. The city also hosts at least seven other ... Globe Telecom, Smart Communications (PLDT), and Dito Telecommunity provide cellular networks in Santa Rosa. Cable and satellite ... and the cellular network in the Philippines, particularly in metropolitan areas, is increasing due to the low cost of calls and ...
Manchester United responded to defeat in the 2007 FA Cup Final by beating Chelsea in the 2007 FA Community Shield the following ... Sky acted as the host broadcaster for UEFA, providing pictures to all other networks covering the final with around 30 cameras ... whose networks in 2005 had won the rights to broadcast UEFA Champions League matches for three seasons from 2006-07 to 2008-09 ... the Football League Cup and the FA Community Shield). Due to various historical restrictions regarding the number of teams from ...
CDX was also a founding member of the online National Community Activists Network (NatCAN) to provide a platform for community ... organisations and networks who work in communities and are involved in community development. CDX worked to influence ... CDX supported the development of Our Society, a community-based network, focusing on the Big Society. ... those working with communities by acting as an information exchange and to articulate the concerns of communities and community ...
In Western New York, she emphasized the church's role as a resource for public dialogue, training, community programs, and the ... "Biography of Juliet Stroh Blanchard," Ohio Library and Information Network. Retrieved September 17, 2020. Poethig, Richard. On ... and bridge-building across different communities. As a church administrator, she served two presbyteries that function as ...
Genera also featured the most extensive networking interoperability software seen to that point. A local area network system ... With the end of open collaboration came the end of the MIT hacker community. As a reaction to this, Stallman initiated the GNU ... The Connection Machine ran a parallel variant of Lisp and, initially, was used primarily by the AI community, so the Symbolics ... One of the first networked multi-player video games, a version of Spacewar, was developed for the Symbolics Lisp Machine in ...
He became a land developer, founding Tamarac Lakes, a new active-adult (which later became all-age) community in 1962. It was ... "united network of charitable organizations" which subsumes the Wheelchair Foundation and is described as "Behring's larger ...
The Greek Community of Albania in terms of historical geography and demography]. In Nikolakopoulos, Ilias; Kouloubis, Theodoros ... in Istanbul for the expansion of the Greek educational network in the Ottoman Empire." Clayer, Nathalie (2007). Aux origines du ... Labovë e Madhe had an Orthodox Albanian population and Aromanians formed a significant community in the village. The Aromanian ...
Cardenas, IC (2019). "On the use of Bayesian networks as a meta-modeling approach to analyse uncertainties in slope stability ... On the other hand, the latter problem is drawing increasing attention in the engineering design community, since uncertainty ... Cardenas, IC (2019). "On the use of Bayesian networks as a meta-modeling approach to analyse uncertainties in slope stability ...
By now, the "Club 14" simulcast was carrying a mix of local personalities and the "Music Of Your Life" radio network. KLBB ... community focused formats. Thereafter, KLBB flipped to a Spanish-language format, while the format on KLBP remained MOR until ... where the two frequencies became part of the commercial Minnesota News Network (MNN). MPR sold off their other station, WMNN, ... the MNN flagship station, along with the network in 2004, but retained KLBB and KLBP. ...
"2016-2018 Community Health Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plan: Take Care New York 2020" (PDF). New York City ... "Staten Island Express Bus Network", Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Retrieved October 13, 2018. "Report: 'Mob cop' with ... "Staten Island Community District 3". Community District Profiles. New York City Department of City Planning. Retrieved March 18 ... The entirety of Community District 3, which comprises Great Kills and other South Shore neighborhoods, had 159,132 inhabitants ...
... has a primary school, community centre, a post office and a public house - The Junction. There is also a linear park, ... Hengoed railway station is part of the Valley Lines network. Around 85 trains call at the station every weekday. From the ...
Now, life in Harney County can begin to return to normal and the community can begin the long process of healing." Walden ... Members of the Pacific Patriots Network had been active in Harney County since November, drawn there by the Hammond arson case ... On November 22, 2017, Wesley Kjar was sentenced to two years of probation with 250 hours of community service. On November 30, ... Ryan Bundy On January 19, Ammon Bundy and several other militant occupiers appeared unannounced at a community meeting in Burns ...
For alternate names and the name debate in the Syriac Christian community, see terms for Syriac Christians Düring 2020, p. 39. ... Among the evidence left from this trade network are large collections of Old Assyrian cuneiform tablets from Assyrian trade ... Temples were typically self-contained communities; they had their own economic resources, chiefly in the form of land holdings ... Radner, Karen (2012). "The King's Road - the imperial communication network". Assyrian empire builders. University College ...
They were broadcast live in their entirety by C-SPAN, with CNN and the network news programs showing segments of the ... Many investors, often living in California retirement communities, lost their life savings, and felt emotional damage for ...
Carr, David (2008-11-09). "How Obama Tapped Into Social Networks' Power". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2019-05 ... "Politics Gets Social: 160 Jaw-Dropping Facts About the 2012 Presidential Election". Business 2 Community. Retrieved 2019-05-16 ... Obama built his own social networking site called or MyBO for short and hired the help of Chris Hughes who ... these tweets didn't fare well with the online community. Which was seen in the way they reacted in the form of tweets, comments ...
He has been a guest on Firing Line, Crossfire, CBS Morning News, Phil Donohue, CNN, and Spanish-language networks Univision, ... Torres has developed policy initiatives that seek to bring doctors from Mexico to serve rural, Spanish-speaking communities, ... Torres assists nonprofit organizations and advocates on behalf of indigent and ethnic minority communities. ... calling for having the United States finance Mexican infrastructure projects which would create jobs in their communities in ...
Mesa Community Action Network (MesaCAN) helps low-income households across Mesa with a variety of services promoting financial ... Mesa Community Action Network (MesaCAN) helps low-income households across the City of Mesa with a host of services that ... Download the Mesa Community Action Network Fact Sheet today to get a summarized version of all the programs and services ... We imagine a community in which households are able to thrive independently, and A New Leaf is here to guide our community ...
Join us to discuss some ideas and experience in community network billing solutions and infrastructure. ... Local Access Networks: Can the unconnected connect themselves? (APC). Community networks page. Summit on Community Networks in ... More about community networks. Community Networks newsletter (APC). Bottom-up Connectivity Strategies: Community-led small- ... community networks. In this session, we discussed some ideas and experience in community network billing solutions and ...
Elizabeth Lambourn Routes Networks and Communities in the medieval Indian Ocean ... A Persian Church in the Land of Pepper - Routes, Networks and Communities in the Medieval Indian Ocean is a research network ... The network has been funded thanks to a Research Network Grant from the UKs Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) whose ... Buddhist, Islamic & Christian Networks Orders and Itineraries: Buddhist, Islamic, and Christian Networks in Southern Asia, c. ...
Indigenous Community Launches First Community Broadband Network in Hawaii - Community Broadband Bits Podcast 385. ... community broadband networks Discover how communities are investing in their own Internet infrastructure to promote economic ... Community Networks Create Competition. Mont Belvieu isnt the only city that has built a broadband network to create options ... Farrell covers communities where networks have been serving the public for years and in places where locals have only recently ...
On Thursday, January 27, members of the NETWORK community joined together for our first Community Conversation of 2022. The ... Colin explained that while NETWORK community conversations usually feature a guest speaker or a presentation from a NETWORK ... Several community members expressed finding Catholic Sisters and the work of groups like NETWORK to be a source of courage and ... NETWORK Executive Director Mary Novak welcomed community members, saying, "This is the time of year to remember and dream. And ...
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Community Transformation Grants (CTG) *CTG Communities *National Dissemination & Support Initiative. *Small Communities Program ... National Networks for Community Change *State and Territorial Health Departments Collaborative *Health Departments Contact List ... Six (6) national networks of community-based organizations received a total of nearly $4 million under two separate categories ... and accelerate the spread of CTG strategies in communities nationwide by utilizing their existing network of 53 state and ...
The Vermont Community Garden Network supports a dynamic network of community, school, and neighborhood gardens in the city of ... Vermont Community Garden Network FBG facilitates the Vermont Community Garden Network by providing information, technical ... Vermont Community Garden Network, Inc.. Board of directors as of 12/18/2017 SOURCE: Self-reported by organization ... Community Teaching Garden The Community Teaching Garden at Ethan Allen Homestead is a 22-week hands-on organic gardening ...
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I have one query how does the backup validation handle the network cards. I am backing up VMWare VMs ... I am backing up VMWare VMs and i am wondering, is the VM that is being validated fully live on the network. . Would duplicate ... I am looking to automate my backup validation, I have one query how does the backup validation handle the network cards. ...
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Many Faces - Many Stories returns to inspire community conversation. White Bear Press, White Bear, MN Sept. 4, 2019 ... Through the broad array of happenings, community members are invited to explore their role in society, learn how to tell their ... National Storytelling Network. Mailing Address:. 7338 Belleview Avenue. Kansas City, MO 64114-1220 ... For the third year, the Many Faces - Many Stories collaboration returns to build community through storytelling. After ...
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This chapter makes it clear that the opportunities and threats presented by networks cannot be ignored. ... Network-based models for business challenge the traditional firm-centric view of competencies and strategies that are the focus ... and other network-based enterprises. In this chapter, the editors of The Network Challenge point out that network-based models ... On the other hand, networks present opportunities for building community, as can be seen in the rapid rise of companies such as ...
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  • Congratulations to Colleen Laeger, Salud Family Health's Board Chair, who was awarded the National Association of Community Health Centers 2022 Outstanding Migrant Health Center Board Member Award, and honored for her outstanding contributions in migrant health! (
  • The Helping to End Addiction Long-term SM Initiative, or NIH HEAL Initiative SM , will support the Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network (JCOIN) to study approaches to increase high-quality care for people with opioid misuse and OUD in justice settings. (
  • Faye Taxman, PhD discusses the Women's Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network. (
  • In this section, "other NCI programs" should be interpreted, in the case of NCI extramural Centers/Divisions/Offices, to mean programs (e.g., research projects, program projects, centers, networks and consortia) funded by the NCI through those Centers/Divisions/Offices. (
  • OnLight Aurora is the nonprofit ISP that leases publicly owned fiber optic infrastructure to serve the city's municipal government, community anchor institutions (CAIs), two data centers (Bytegrid and CyrusOne) and local businesses . (
  • The Colorado Community Health Network (CCHN) represents Colorado's 20 Community Health Centers (CHCs) that together are the backbone of the primary health care safety-net in Colorado. (
  • Licensed practitioners who work at Colorado Community Health Centers might be eligible for student loan repayment. (
  • Colorado Community Health Centers are doing amazing work caring for communities through this public health emergency and beyond. (
  • Colorado Community Health Centers are the future of health care. (
  • DEADLINE EXTENDED: Working at Community Health Centers comes with many perks, both small and big. (
  • Registered Nurses are always in high demand at Community Health Centers across the state, from rural Montrose County to downtown Denver! (
  • The following organizations, networks and centers are important components of the regional ecosystem that supports innovation, entrepreneurship, investment and broad based economic opportunities. (
  • Operating as a public private partnership, the MEP National Network ™ has centers in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. (
  • Community Health Centers offer behavioral health services to ALL, and we would love to meet you. (
  • See the stories of innovation, success, and community as Community Health Centers navigated the COVID-19 pandemic. (
  • Many innovations originated by RHA remain as unique elements in today's health system, including the presence of rural health centers with telemedicine capacity, the widespread availability of free screenings in community settings, and the integral involvement of physician assistants and now nurse practitioners. (
  • The partnership of these two centers is a vision of Dr. Garrett Hinshaw, president of Catawba Valley Community College and Dr. John Hauser, president of Gaston College. (
  • By themselves, the Manufacturing Solutions Center and the Textile Technology Center each lead the way in providing solutions for manufacturing and textile processes and advancement, but by combining these resources, the Manufacturing and Textile Innovation Network allows both Centers to operate in coordination with each other to provide better support to their respective clients, expand services to other related industries and provide more opportunities for research and development. (
  • The operational partnership of the two Centers will benefit the Centers, industry customers, the textile and manufacturing industries, and our respective communities. (
  • Many Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and Primary Care Research Networks (PCRNs) have established trust with the communities they serve and can deliver effective messages during regular provider-patient engagement about the importance of testing, vaccine hesitancy, and other preventative measures, as well as participation in research. (
  • Research institutions in North Carolina and Texas are the latest to join an established, nationwide network of cutting-edge Alzheimer's disease and related dementias centers funded by the National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). (
  • Alzheimer's Disease Research Centers bring together scientists and research participants with a wide range of research focus areas, within each center and across the network," said Nina Silverberg, Ph.D., director of NIA's ADRC program. (
  • The Network is a collaborative initiative among three Trial Innovation Centers (TICs), a Recruitment Innovation Center (RIC), and the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program hubs. (
  • Terrie joined the BC CRN as the Burnaby Community Response Network's (CRN) Coordinator in March 2020. (
  • Norman, November 5, 2019) - The Community Needs Network is conducting research in our community to better understand the hopes and needs of our community as a whole and the individuals who call Norman and southern Cleveland County home. (
  • Support for a municipal network grew throughout 2018 and 2019, culminating in EDIC issuing an RFP for a community network feasibility study in July. (
  • Community Broadband Networks Director Christopher Mitchell travelled to Falmouth in the Fall of 2019 to discuss the community's efforts on local television . (
  • The April 2019 shooting at the Chabad of Poway synagogue was one factor that led to a new report by the Secure Community Network, the Jewish community's umbrella security agency. (
  • Alachua County will receive a certificate for joining the Network and will announce the Initiative on Friday, October 25, 2019, at 10 a.m. at the Gainesville Senior Recreation Center (5701 N.W. 34th Blvd, Gainesville). (
  • In June 2019, as part of an ongoing effort to prevent and respond to childhood lead exposure, the National Center for Healthy Housing (NCHH) awarded grants to applicants from nine localities as part of its Equipping Communities for Action initiative. (
  • The National REACH Coalition , a minority serving organization, is funded $900,000 to reach communities through a national dissemination and intervention project to transform local service paradigms and improve health. (
  • Below are the names of the Community Needs Network members and the community organization they represent. (
  • Community Relief and Voluntary Services Network (CRVSN) is a Non-Governmental Organization which co-ordinate with volunteers and philanthropists in providing social support services to communities in Ghana. (
  • Foundation for Intentional Community (FIC) is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. (
  • He learned there was a huge, welcoming community who shared his experience and that there was an entire organization dedicated to raising awareness about the disease. (
  • Community Mental Health and Wellness Coalition collaborates with 20 different organization to promote behavioral health and wellness through planning, advocacy, and access to effective service delivery for this region. (
  • What does community control of land mean to you and your organization? (
  • Your essays can explore this from one of two angles: either how your community or organization already answers these questions in practice, or how community control of land ought to work, even if you don't have an example yet. (
  • Our Managed Network service is built, operated, secured and managed by our certified network professionals to meet all the network solutions required by your organization. (
  • The Tanzanian Electronic Networking Community (TANZANET) is an organization of regionally and globally separated people, organized through electronic media. (
  • Nowadays the World Health Organization recommends community-based services as a model of mental health treatment. (
  • Each healthcare organization within the community must define its role and understand the roles and limitations of other treatment facilities to develop viable comprehensive plans to address overwhelming numbers of casualties. (
  • Six (6) national networks of community-based organizations received a total of nearly $4 million under two separate categories of funding -Dissemination and Acceleration. (
  • Funded organizations will engage and collaborate with governmental, private, and non-governmental sectors and work to disseminate CTG strategies within their national network of local affiliates, including reaching rural and frontier areas and those experiencing health disparities. (
  • Funded organizations are required to award at least 50% of their funds to local affiliates to support local communities to assess and address CTG health priorities. (
  • The Community Needs Network will be partnered with community organizations to administer brief surveys to collect data over the next couple of months. (
  • Because of these continuing commitments, organizations which have taken a "Limitation Election" are included in the list of OIN community members. (
  • Connect with a network of businesses/organizations to create healthy and safe work environments. (
  • By networking with businesses and organizations to create supportive, safe working environments, you will impact the economy and your workforce by supporting employees affected by substance use disorder. (
  • CONCORD - The Foundation for Healthy Communities has been selected as one of 26 organizations to take part in "Partnership for Patients," a $500 million national program designed to help hospitals reduce preventable injuries and complications from healthcare acquired conditions. (
  • The Foundation for Healthy Communities, a subsidiary of the New Hampshire Hospital Association, is a non-profit partnership involving hospitals, physicians, health plans, home care agencies and other organizations working to improve health in our state. (
  • The mission of Positive Organizations (PO), a GVSU Community of Practice, is to offer unique and enriching opportunities that inspire and support employees in their quest to thrive at Grand Valley State University. (
  • The Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) works with the Appalachian states to support a network of multicounty planning and development organizations, or Local Development Districts (LDDs) , throughout the Region. (
  • So the question is what role will each of us play individually, in our organizations, and as a larger collective to shape our networks into a force for good? (
  • Open Infrastructure Summit videos from past community events, featuring keynotes and sessions from the global network of developers, operators, and supporting organizations. (
  • July 13, 2016 - Open Invention Network (OIN), the largest patent non-aggression community in history, announced today that the number of organizations joining the OIN community by accepting the OIN license has surpassed the 2,000 mark. (
  • CLM is a technique initiated and implemented by local community-based organizations and other civil society groups, networks of key populations (KP), people living with HIV (PLHIV), and other affected groups, or other community entities that gather quantitative and qualitative data about HIV services. (
  • Innovative partnerships span state economic development, workforce development, education agencies, and local workforce investment boards along with their public and private partners including local governments, community colleges and non-profit organizations. (
  • NCPCR, guided by community-engaged researchers and supported by trusted community organizations and messengers, is an NIH-wide effort co-led by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) and the National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD). (
  • While I've met many peers running "Platform/Network/Community/Engagement" at other VC firms over the years, I always love hearing new ideas and connecting (or reconnecting) to other community builders and organizations. (
  • The Heart Truth Healthy Hearts Network is a network of organizations around the country committed to promoting and raising awareness about heart health. (
  • The Heart Truth Community Subcontract Program supports organizations in executing projects that will reduce the burden of heart disease and encourage healthy behavior change to improve heart health. (
  • This grant supports arts service organizations that provide specialized, practical services to working artists, constituent organizations and cultural community. (
  • World Alliance is working with like-minded incubators, accelerators and organizations to create a worldwide network to source 1000 clean, efficient and profitable solutions. (
  • This webpage contains materials for the Superfund Research Program's (SRP's) network of Community Engagement Cores (CEC) and Research Translation Cores (RTC). (
  • The team of interdisciplinary researchers suggest the success story there forms a blueprint for best practice community engagement in disaster risk reduction projects around the world - where more than 600 million people live close to active volcanoes , and around two million have been displaced as a result of volcanic activity over the last 30 years. (
  • Under the initiative, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation with additional support from The New York Community Trust, the grantees each received 18 months of coaching and support including access to national experts, engagement in a peer learning network, a customized analysis calculating the cost of childhood lead exposure and the economic benefits of interventions, and a $25,000 grant. (
  • Specific projects include activities to strengthen local policies and housing codes, increase enforcement of existing lead-safe work practice laws, implement proactive rental inspection requirements, create a local lead-safe housing directory, and intensify community engagement to activate local officials in supporting the development and implementation of proposed policy and systems changes. (
  • Yet, paradoxically, this community has long held a reputation for civic engagement, innovation, and problem solving, giving many residents a quality of life that defies the traditional barriers of low income and rural isolation. (
  • The CP recently updated the Recommendations for Community Engagement in HIV/AIDS Research ( Spanish ). (
  • The recommendations are intended to help community representatives and researchers work together to build and strengthen partnership and community engagement efforts. (
  • To establish a primary care research network within the NIH Community Engagement Alliance (CEAL) that is aligned with CEAL's goals to build short- and long-term community-based partnerships to address health inequities and improve diversity and inclusion in research. (
  • CEAL - NCPCR Teams identify and test effective, community-engagement strategies to increase awareness, education, access, and inclusion of underserved communities in research designed to advance the prevention and treatment of COVID-19 in primary care settings. (
  • For cross-network dissemination, implementation, and research activities, OCHIN and MSM will seek joint engagement, advice, and iterative input on designs as appropriate. (
  • Our portfolio community (now 75+ active companies and 32 Partner Funds ) has grown organically over the past decade with engagement largely driven by the partners at Foundry. (
  • Collectively, these efforts are intended to facilitate meaningful engagement and to address barriers that limit the participation of underrepresented and marginalized persons (including aging, rural, and racial/ethnic minority communities) in clinical studies and trials. (
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  • Flags content for removal as needed per the Network.NAFSA Code of Conduct . (
  • On 14 December 2018, the young and old people of Mamaila Tribal Authority convened at Wholesale Village in the Limpopo Province in South Africa to learn about community networks (CNs). (
  • En español] Materiales del curso de redes comunitarias, Santo Domingo, 26-30 Noviembre 2018. (
  • The question of funding has plagued the community networks movement and the search for financial stability has been an overarching concern for community networks since their inception. (
  • The Search Institute's 'Building Assets-Reducing Risks (BARR) Program: Replication and Expansion of an Effective Strategy to Turn Around Low-Achieving Schools' was the focus of the third Rural School and Community Trust's 2010-2011 Rural School Innovations Webinar Series, held March 16, 2011. (
  • Results of search for 'su:{Community networks. (
  • The National Dissemination and Support Initiative of the Community Transformation Grants (CTG) program will support, disseminate, and amplify the evidence-based strategies of the CTG program in communities nationwide, including rural and frontier areas and in those areas with health disparities. (
  • Community networks, often called "civic networks" or "free-nets," are computer networks that have been developed for public access in broad support of a geographic community. (
  • Many community networks have been kept alive only through long hours of unpaid volunteer labor and intermittent (and insufficient) foundation and government support. (
  • The awards, which total approximately $105.4 million, will support the innovation network over multiple years. (
  • The goal of Phase I is to develop and increase capacity building to support community-based participatory education, research, and training to reduce cancer health disparities. (
  • FRCoP is a professional networking, collaboration and communication platform created by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate's First Responders Group (FRG) to support improved information sharing amongst the nation's first responders and other federal, state, tribal, territorial, local government and private sector stakeholders. (
  • Transition Network is a charity set up to support the Transition movement. (
  • Together, the group has created a new UK wide-funding pool to support individuals and communities working towards racial justice. (
  • Scantron's Women's Network recently conducted a successful clothing drive to support Dress for Success Dallas. (
  • The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. (
  • Donate to support a thriving communities movement and become a FIC Member for a host of special membership benefits. (
  • To support and promote the development of intentional communities as pathways towards a more sustainable and just world. (
  • Tag your tweets with #SuccessTRAIN - Join in, engage, connect, follow, retweet and our 10 year established business community will support you in the same way. (
  • The Education Abroad Knowledge Community (EAKC) supports the efforts of professionals in direct service, management, and strategy positions who create and support education abroad programs and develops resources, tools, and model practices, using the framework of the NAFSA International Education Professional Competencies for education abroad. (
  • Through direct hand-on work at the farm, this community aims to create a space for agroecological crops crossing, plant biodiversity, reintroduction or direct support of native crops, and value of traditional knowledge. (
  • The MCAT test prep support community. (
  • You can now donate directly to Ottawa Community Schools Network through Ottawa County United Way to support our work with schools, students, and the community during COVID-19 and beyond. (
  • However, consider that consumer device makers lag behind network infrastructure makers when it comes to launching units - smartphones, laptops, etc. - that support Wi-Fi 6. (
  • As part of the Campus Compact Affinity Networks, Community Colleges for Democracy will host regular calls to strategize, ask questions, find answers, and receive support. (
  • Please support your local Community Health Center. (
  • In this case, however, and as a result of the shadow networks, there has been increased trust in the authorities and scientists, enabling better communication between the different groups, with ad-hoc support from the military and local government to move people in and out of high-risk areas during periods of heightened volcanic activity. (
  • Members of one such coastal community on the Isle of Arran, were the first to invite FFI to support marine conservation in Scotland. (
  • Bolstered by increased local support, it recently opened up a community marine protected area centre in Lamlash and now employs around five members of staff. (
  • The visible rise in anti-Asian racism over the last two years and tragic incidents like the mass shooting in Atlanta, Georgia, brought about a collective desire for support, connection and community with fellow Asian peers. (
  • For questions regarding the Communities of Support, please contact Lindsey DesArmo at [email protected] or (616) 331-2215. (
  • This is central to the bottom-up strategy of working with local communities to help them meet goals set and achieved locally with support from federal agencies. (
  • Let's support and honor nurses for their steadfast commitment to meeting the needs of patients and their communities every day. (
  • The scheme is focused on making communities and organisations better equipped to support vulnerable residents. (
  • The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation , with additional support from The New York Community Trust . (
  • These awarded projects have worked with the support of NCHH and a network of partners to build local capacity and advanced evidence-based lead poisoning prevention efforts through policy and systems change. (
  • The community struggles with the challenges common to many other rural communities: poverty, isolation, lack of transportation, substance abuse, and sparse resources and services to support healthful lifestyles. (
  • Building the MTIN network partnership is unlimited with opportunities for collaborations on projects, grant funding, referrals, and industry support," said Sam Buff, vice president and general manager of the MSC and TTC. (
  • She plans to research the CaringTV network further in her work at SONIC and investigate the questions of how support is provided and how friendships are developed among clients. (
  • This event is hosted by the Coastal Pathway Coalition, a group of passionate coastal residents and small business people who have formed a coalition to raise community awareness and support for this tremendous regional opportunity. (
  • While peer influence is known to affect health-related outcomes such as exercise, limited work has fully explored how social networks are structured to support (or inhibit) interaction that could lead to positive health behaviors. (
  • By joining the OIN community, Zhanrui demonstrates its strong commitment to innovation and will continue to support patent protection for projects such as Linux. (
  • Let us handle the infrastructure, software and technical support services essential to operate and manage your IP-based communication network. (
  • The Community-Led Monitoring program is funded through the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) in support of the Ministry of Health's effort to achieve HIV epidemic control through the implementation of evidence-based and client-centered interventions to accelerate progress in HIV prevention, care, and treatment. (
  • With the support of primary care providers, CEAL teams can further promote inclusive participation in research through this broader clinical trial referral network. (
  • Since the creation of the No Take Zone in 2008, COAST started to receive requests for support from other Scottish communities that wanted to protect their coastal areas from dredging, trawling or salmon farming. (
  • COAST started a partnership with Flora and Fauna International in 2014, realising that each community had to lead its own way and needed bespoke support tailored to their own priorities and context. (
  • This is how Kerri Whiteside came on board as Project Manager for the Scotland Marine Community Support Project. (
  • As well as support and sharing of resources between groups, the network has a number of supporting and associated organisations, including most key marine stakeholders in Scotland. (
  • Your generous giving makes possible this work to share the news and to support communities in organizing throughout Virginia. (
  • The awards, which total approximately $141.3 million, will support the innovation network over multiple years. (
  • I have looked all over the support and fing community, but I'm not seeing how to stop fing from scanning new networks I connect to. (
  • Build strong networked partnerships between African, US educational institutions and global eLearning providers that will result in joint education, research and development programs in Sub-Saharan Africa.Extend the MERLOT Community of Practice to immediately serve the goals of providing access and quality eLearning resources and communities of eLearning expertise in Africa. (
  • As 2015 begins, administrators of the over 7,000 communities on First Responder Communities of Practice (FRCoP) are taking stock of their accomplishments in 2014, identifying goals for 2015 and preparing to welcome new members. (
  • Arthur "Greg" Gibson, community administrator for the DHS Emergency Services Sector (ESS) community of practice (CoP), has found FRCoP to be an excellent place for advertising webinars, performing project work online, networking with first responders and storing important information. (
  • As the 43 country reports gathered here show, in practice, "community networks" can be hybrid systems, with different political and practical objectives. (
  • A Community of Practice (CoP) is a group of individuals from all GVSU employee groups who share and implement the best practices in a particular topic area. (
  • The practice of completing undergraduate studies (a bachelor's degree) by attending a community college then transferring to a local college or university to complete the final two years is called the "feeder school trend. (
  • The Rural School Innovation Network (RSIN) is a mutual-aid network for sharing innovations that improve rural education, especially in the poorest rural communities in the United States. (
  • The Rural School Innovation Network (RSIN) is a network of schools and school districts striving for excellence in challenging circumstances. (
  • Through a partnership with Catawba Valley Community College's Manufacturing Solutions Center (MSC) and Gaston College's Textile Technology Center (TTC) comes the birth of the Manufacturing & Textile Innovation Network (MTIN). (
  • To expedite clinical trial processes from start-up to close-out, NCATS established the NCATS Trial Innovation Network (TIN). (
  • What are the components of the Trial Innovation Network and what do they do? (
  • There are three main components of the Trial Innovation Network (TIN). (
  • What services does the Trial Innovation Network offer? (
  • The MERLOT African Network (MAN) is a network of partnerships between African and US educational institutions affiliated with the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT) and leading global eLearning providers with educational programs targeting Sub-Saharan Africa. (
  • Carlos built partnerships in the community beyond PurpleStride sponsorship, too. (
  • Through partnerships that leverage technology, a common vision to plan for the economic futures of communities and provide a seamless array of services is realized. (
  • For the IBE to be the Global Centre of Excellence in curriculum it is essential to strengthen partnerships, enhance collaboration and improve networking opportunities focusing on key actors and strategic partners, particularly curriculum specialists and curriculum development centres. (
  • With an aging network presenting a barrier to flexible learning, Joshua Brueck, director of IT at John Wood Community College, devised a plan for infrastructure modernization. (
  • Discover how communities are investing in their own Internet infrastructure to promote economic prosperity and improve quality of life. (
  • The addition of a "smart park" is another creative way to use the publicly owned infrastructure in ways that serve lifestyles of people in the community. (
  • Mark discusses the community's history and the story of the network, which includes their reasons for investing in the infrastructure. (
  • IT managers looking to benefit from the many advancements offered with Wi-Fi 6 network technology must consider a series of issues that will determine when and how to best implement the next-generation wireless infrastructure. (
  • The wireless industry association Wi-Fi Alliance has begun Wi-Fi certification testing, which covers such staple network infrastructure as access points (AP) and routers. (
  • In the meantime, chip-making giants Qualcomm and Broadcom have been driving Wi-Fi 6 with chipsets and chip-powered network infrastructure since last year. (
  • For enterprise datacenters with investments in Fibre Channel infrastructure, a software upgrade can enable FC-NVMe traffic to be sent alongside FCP traffic (Fibre Channel Protocol, which has its roots in SCSI protocol) on the same network, using the same infrastructure, thus extending the life of those infrastructure investment, and creating an easy path to upgrade backend storage media to NVMe. (
  • Its ability to bring the benefits of flash storage to TCP networks will have huge implications for the adoption of NVMe-oF, and for its use in datacenter scale composed infrastructure systems. (
  • When they invested in the infrastructure, community leaders anticipated that economic development would thrive in communities with ample high-quality connectivity. (
  • The University of Maine at Farmington program for health advocates grew to become Maine's first Community Health Education program, now one of the university's most popular majors and a key supplier of talented young people for Maine's growing community health infrastructure. (
  • Our solutions simplify operations across heterogeneous environments, focusing on infrastructure orchestration, automation, programmability, ease of management, visibility and analytics," says Manoj Leelaniva, executive vice president and chief product officer for Juniper Networks. (
  • The pathway could be a catalyst for cycle tourism and other economic development and jobs on the coast, as well as providing infrastructure that would strengthen coastal communities. (
  • Stay up to date on OpenStack and the Open Infrastructure community. (
  • Our Managed Network service may also provide hardware infrastructure resources such as firewall, routers, and switches, to run and secure the back end infrastructure and the data stored over it. (
  • Beyond the local response to the pandemic, a statewide response (Show-Me ECHO) was initiated by using Missouri Telehealth Network's Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes infrastructure. (
  • These individuals and groups have joined in collaboration to identify the needs and assets in our area to find solutions and opportunities that will help strengthen our community. (
  • We're thrilled to add Trader Link Networks to our growing list of connectivity partners and are excited to deliver our unique soft turret, speech recognition, and voice collaboration offering across the Canadian market. (
  • At Community Health Network, we build teams that deliver exceptional care through empathy, communication and collaboration. (
  • These informal networks see community members working in close collaboration with scientists and government officials on monitoring, communications, training and evacuation processes. (
  • The Asian Faculty and Staff Community Network is made up of faculty and staff who self-identify as Asian (inclusive of all 48 countries on the continent of Asia) and who have come together with shared values of mutual respect, international inclusion, collaboration and community, and advocacy and education. (
  • The Office of HIV/AIDS Network Coordination (HANC) works with NIAID and the HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Networks to facilitate collaboration and coordination on priority areas of research and operations, increase communication, and streamline processes to improve research efficiency. (
  • Telemedicine ECHO is a collaboration of the University of Missouri, Missouri Telehealth Network, and the Heartland Telehealth Resource Center serving Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. (
  • At Blue Jeans Network, our mission is to make video communications as easy and pervasive as audio communications, enabling more effective collaboration at work, at home, and on the road. (
  • All proposals submitted to the Network will receive an Initial Consultation to discuss a collaboration with the TIN. (
  • In 2016, he was named Community Champion by the Florida Panthers Foundation. (
  • The applications were approved at a meeting of the council's Communities, Social Mobility and Inclusion Committee on Thursday 11 November, bringing the total amount of funding from the scheme to £1,955,517 for 91 projects since 2016. (
  • Since launching in 2016, the fund has helped dozens of groups to make a real difference to our communities. (
  • Local solutions provider Qubit Networks, with assistance from the college's IT department, swapped in Juniper Access Points and EX Series switches and let AI-driven networking do the rest. (
  • JCOIN will test strategies to expand effective treatment and care in partnership with local and state justice systems and community-based treatment providers. (
  • The company plans to build its own 12,000 square foot office building and an accompanying warehouse in the community where they will be near a local data center. (
  • Municipal buildings and community anchor institutions in Falmouth already have Internet access through a local open access network operated by nonprofit OpenCape , resulting in significant cost savings . (
  • He also goes on to point out that in the past, local communities asked him to determine if they could take steps to improve Internet access but now they simply ask how they can do it. (
  • The shift exemplifies the growing understanding that local leaders see how high-quality Internet access and fast, affordable, reliable connectivity drive economic development and help preserve their communities. (
  • Doug and Christopher talk about the growing desire to address digital inclusion and how Doug is increasingly helping local communities find ways to shrink the digital divide. (
  • Christopher and Doug also look at reasons why local communities should think twice about investing in publicly owned networks. (
  • The role will include working with the Campus community, local voluntary organisations and the corporate sector in identifying and accessing volunteering opportunities. (
  • Our local partners and regional trainers build the capacity of the whole community to better care for their equids. (
  • Two community Information/Training sessions were organised and we have introduced collection tins in local shops to fund the future replacement of the defibrillator and new pads when used. (
  • Once the issue of a Community Defibrillator was raised it was supported by the local community and still is via the collection tins and donations. (
  • The Ecovillage Impact Assessment is a tool for communities to track and boost regenerative development at the local scale. (
  • In a land, which is marred by crises and is constantly struggling to be food sovereign, Slow Food's initiative of cultivating food gardens offers small-scale farmers and local communities a chance at a sustainable future. (
  • The Jardins Potagers de Agoè-Nyivé community in Togo, for instance, organizes activities such as conferences, debates, film screenings, competitions in schools along with curating projects with producers, chefs to fight the disappearance of local traditions and raise awareness of traditional foods, their origins and preserve biodiversity. (
  • They have preserved and cultivated local corn varieties that fit production systems and the best known is 'AgoèBli' which simply means 'the Agoè-Nyivé corn'," says Atigan Komlan Dovene Fabrice, Slow Food Community Manager of Agoè-Nyivé's vegetable gardens. (
  • In the spirit of dialogue and exchange that emerged during the global gatherings in Turin, the Terra Madre network also works at a local level to promote sustainable food models. (
  • The day highlights our united vision and the diversity we are fighting to preserve, promoting sustainable production and consumption among communities and to local decision-makers. (
  • Schedule an appointment at your local Community Health Center to learn more, get a Pap test, or receive an HPV vaccine. (
  • By 2014, processes between community volunteers, local scientists and authorities had improved with a pan-volcano radio system and significant scientific adaptations including an improved capability to monitor and interpret the volcano's behaviour. (
  • Fuelled by local residents who were witnessing the damage inflicted on inshore habitats - and the consequent deterioration in diversity - within their own lifetime, the Community of Arran Seabed Trust (COAST) was already achieving great things, demonstrating how a concerned community can make a real difference, and wanted to help others do the same. (
  • COAST demonstrated that, as a local community, it has a stake in how adjacent waters are managed. (
  • other coastal communities in Scotland were worried about how their local seas were being managed and were poised to make a difference. (
  • In 2014, working in partnership with COAST, FFI identified a number of such community groups who wanted to take action to protect their local marine environment but were constrained by a lack of resources, links to the right people and access to the appropriate information. (
  • Members of the Community of Arran Seabed Trust, a powerful collective voice for local conservation. (
  • Nevertheless, it was clear that communities felt strongly about the need to protect their local seas. (
  • Policies can be developed 'top down' with, for example, government assuming that they know what people want or they can be developed with citizens and local communities with government recognising that people are experts in their own lives and have the right to have a voice in the decisions that shape the quality of their lives. (
  • Delta Regional Authority (DRA) supports a network of Local Development Districts in its service area, that help to identify effective and impactful economic development projects for consideration for DRA investment. (
  • Local University of California San Diego professor, James Fowler , wrote a book, Connected , and gave a poignant TEDxSanDiego talk on the power of new technology to reform tactile social networks. (
  • If you or someone you love needs mental health services, contact your local Community Health Center to ask questions or set up an appointment. (
  • The fund is currently offering Cultivate grants of £2,000 - £15,000 for initiatives that encourage local networks where people help themselves and each other. (
  • One of four provinces bordering the Gulf of Thailand, Kampot's seven registered fishing communities supply local markets as well as people throughout the country. (
  • Business customers (such as maybe your local coffee shop when you were actually allowed to go inside and sit down for a cup of coffee) can use this provide customers access to the internet (free wi-fi) while maintaining a separate network for their business systems. (
  • Alex and his family moved to the US a number of years ago specifically to help a local church develop mid-sized Missional Communities and the associated structures for leadership. (
  • Based on their scale, networks can be classified as Local Area Network (LAN) , Wide Area Network (WAN) , Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) , Personal Area Network (PAN) ,Virtual Private Network (VPN) etc. (
  • In this project, data from the CoCoRaHS citizen science network will be shared with and utilized by NOAA partners to help monitor drought, to help detect local severe storms, to alert local authorities to developing flash flood situations, to provide 'ground truth' for NOAA and NASA remote sensing technologies, and to provide verification for both local and national weather and climate forecast products. (
  • This newsletter is part of the project titled, "Local Access Networks: Can the unconnected connect themselves? (
  • Explore options and offers to connect with the networking solution you need. (
  • Is it possible the network you are trying to connect to is a 5G network? (
  • I have noticed that, even though most wireless cards are designed to now connect to 5G networks, sometimes it doesn't always show up. (
  • Over the last few years, community networks have emerged as a complementary way to connect people and to allow for low-cost, community-driven solutions to be developed to connect people in underserved locations. (
  • TORONTO and CHICAGO, Feb. 6, 2017 /CNW/ - Following successful customer site deployments of the GreenKey Connect Gateway, GreenKey announces an interconnection partnership with Trader Link Networks. (
  • Keith Bruce , Managing Director of Trader Link Networks said, "Our mission of providing the tools to connect disparate systems within the Canadian Financial community continues with the addition of GreenKey's financial ecosystem. (
  • Eric Detterman , Co-founder and Head of Solution Architecture at GreenKey Technologies added, "With GreenKey's new Connect SIP/TDM Gateway, we're able to integrate with any private or managed network service, allowing customers to communicate to any counterparty regardless of network or end-point on the other side. (
  • Finding this community at work inspired me to also seek it out in Seattle, somewhere I have historically struggled to connect with my culture. (
  • When you engage with our community, the opportunity to connect with industry peers, build a network of like-minded security professionals, and make new friends is endless. (
  • Our community is passionate about building real value through collaborative, open, and innovative peer-to-peer exchanges that enable members to engage and connect. (
  • The Palo Alto Networks Live Community Discussion Forum is a place where you can connect with your peers, ask questions, exchange ideas, and share best practices, experiences and knowledge. (
  • Community Connect - an online networking event! (
  • Welcome to Community Connect - a monthly networking experience all about intentional communities. (
  • Ready to connect and build community? (
  • As an alliance of rural education and community advocates, the RSIN works to connect schools with their communities to improve the outcomes for school-aged children and young adults. (
  • A Parenting Network is where GVSU faculty and staff can connect over the shared experience of being a parent and/or caregiver. (
  • After all, he started the Music Tectonics podcast and conference to connect a community he loved. (
  • It's easy to find other members and connect with them, share posts to other social networks and messaging apps, and get notified when members respond to your posts. (
  • To connect with our LinkedIn network please visit us on . (
  • ETS Community Networking is a space for ETS community partners to connect with others in their region and the overall ETS community. (
  • Join NPIN's new social community to connect, share, and collaborate. (
  • The Foundry Network brings together founders, CEOs, executives, GPs, and LPs, and other members of our ecosystem like Pledge1% and the B Corp community to connect, share, and learn from each other. (
  • The Community-Oriented Connectivity Broadband Grant Program (Community Connect Grant Program) is designed to provide financial assistance to develop broadband service in rural, economically challenged communities where it does not currently exist. (
  • The American Public Health Association is funded $300,000 to disseminate and amplify successful program models and activities in the areas of tobacco-free living, active living and healthy eating, clinical and other preventive services, social and emotional wellness, and healthy and safe physical environments among national partners and members, and accelerate the spread of CTG strategies in communities nationwide by utilizing their existing network of 53 state and regional affiliates. (
  • This is an opportunity for community members to have their voice heard and the Community Needs Network urges individuals to take part in this important assessment. (
  • Every day, members of the DEN Community are having rich discussions, sharing best practices, and connecting with each other. (
  • All Discovery Education educators are members of the DEN Community. (
  • Members of the DEN Leadership Council make up a select group that contributes to the growth of the DEN Community and leads the transformative movement towards purposeful digital integration across instruction. (
  • The vetted community of members focuses on emergency preparedness, response, recovery and other homeland security issues. (
  • Community administrators are responsible for encouraging activity and participation in a CoP, as well as providing guidance to members. (
  • Fivelimes - Allows community members to post about green products and green news. (
  • The OIN license agreement provides for community members to limit the scope of their OIN cross-license commitment by taking a "Limitation Election" as described in Section 2.2. (
  • Members will benefit from the collective experience of our industry experts, as well as our extensive member network. (
  • You'll be joining a network of over 25,000 members that will both challenge your thinking and reward your contributions. (
  • Members in this mutual self-help network share innovations that improve rural education, especially in the poorest rural communities. (
  • Most of the members of the community are engaged in agriculture and are committed to developing agro-ecological educational programs. (
  • In addition, community members began asking to become leads, in effect. (
  • Developing comprehensive programs and programs that can empower more members of a household is much harder in low-income communities. (
  • Putting in action our privilege and power to advocate for members of racialized communities, combat racism and oppression, and educate our community and beyond the university. (
  • Foster community and belonging among those who identify with the diverse Asian communities at the university in order to create opportunities for solidarity, networking and mentoring for our members. (
  • The Grand Valley Lean In Circle meets monthly and is open to all faculty, staff and community members. (
  • Ask your Canvas questions and get help from over a million Community members from around the world. (
  • Marine For Life Network (M4L) connects transitioning Marines and their family members to education resources, employment opportunities, and other Veterans services that aid in their career and life goals outside of military service. (
  • The Marine For Life Network offers Marines and family members connections to military-friendly employment, education, and other Veteran and community resources. (
  • According to this definition, analyzing the data by considering successive snapshots induces a significant loss of information: we suggest that it blurs essentially dynamic phe- nomena-such as communities based on repeated inter-temporal interactions, nodes switching from a community to another across time, or the possibility that a community survives while its members are being integrally replaced over a longer time period. (
  • We employ stochastic process models to characterize the empirical network degree distributions in this population of fitness community members. (
  • We encourage the members of Linux Foundation projects, from Automotive Grade Linux to Hyperledger to The LF Networking Fund, that are leveraging the collaborative technology development model of open source, to join the OIN community as an important step for them as it relates to IP management in core Linux and adjacent open source technologies. (
  • The Code is intended to make networking life easier by providing guidelines of what is, and is not, expected of members of Tanzanet. (
  • Pacifica Network offers network members a comprehensive Internet Technology Package for your online presence. (
  • The success of the NMRI, a network that is "owned" by its members and supported by the NIDDK, begins with the dedication of senior investigators who mentor and serve as role models for junior investigators. (
  • In addition, funds referred to as "Pathfinder Grants" are available for peer community members to cover strategic gaps that can affect community network sustainability. (
  • CN APC Labs Technology Development Grants: Members of the peer community will have the opportunity to express specific technical needs which will be reviewed and discussed at the CN APC Labs inception meeting by those leading the development of software and hardware solutions for community networks and small-scale operators. (
  • We acquired funding to set up a community defibrillator in the centre of our town. (
  • Purpose and Objectives The purpose of the Community Networks Program (CNP) is to reduce cancer health disparities by conducting community-based participatory education, training, and research (that is, active community participation in the activities - that are conducted by, for, and with the community) among racial/ethnic minorities (e.g. (
  • Note: Participation in Network Communities should not interfere with regular work responsibilities. (
  • This project will work with communities in Cornwall and South Wales to develop a network of stakeholders to identify barriers to participation in citizen science. (
  • The CoCoRaHS network will be constructing training, data entry and visualization tools utilizing Web 2.0 concepts, cyberlearning tools and hand-held device applications with a goal of increasing participation and expanding the volunteer network into broader, younger, more diverse audiences. (
  • The Association intends to focus this work on communities with less than 500,000 persons. (
  • The research institutions will each work with five or more communities, engaging with justice settings and with service providers in the community. (
  • NIEHS has a goal to ensure job opportunities and career enhancements programs for both our work force and our community. (
  • In 2009 Concord Municipal Light Plant (CMLP) started work on a 100-mile fiber optic and wireless network to provide backhaul for a smart grid. (
  • Consummate networkers "work" their network. (
  • Our work is made possible thanks to community lovers like you! (
  • If you are looking for challenging work and meaningful advancement, then you should consider a career with Community. (
  • A full shutdown of the pc would be required to get the WD19S 's network to be recognised in windows (unplugging/plugging back in the WD19 doesn't work). (
  • Seeing the work that needs to be done in the community keeps me going," he said. (
  • Maybe you want an office 15m from a world-class ski resort, or the chance to work remotely while making a real impact on your community? (
  • In this work, we present a generative model based on an interplay between community and hierarchical structures. (
  • Our work with coastal communities is no exception. (
  • And we're delighted to say that our work with the Coastal Communities Network has recently been nominated for a Nature of Scotland Award. (
  • In 2014, when FFI started to work with individual communities along Scotland's coast, there was no forum for community-led collective action. (
  • To get in touch, get involved and learn more about the Asian Faculty and Staff Community Network and our work, please email [email protected] . (
  • If you are interested in facilitating a Network Community, work life would love to hear from you. (
  • Its just a faff, and i like things to just 'work', but I think i am resigned to the fact windows networking out of a Domain environment is just not very good and a bit buggy. (
  • Knowledge Intensive Work in a Network of Counter-Terrorism Communities. (
  • CTP emulates the work that hard-wired switches perform in TDM networks, allowing data to move over high-performance IP and Ethernet networks. (
  • The partnership exemplifies the future of how community colleges, regions and communities work together to create success," said Gaston College President Dr. John Hauser. (
  • This work by LSE Network Economy Forum is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License . (
  • Community Partners (CP) is a group established to promote effective representation of and timely communication among the many communities, in the United States and internationally, that work with and participate in the National Institutes of Health (NIH)-funded HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials Networks. (
  • This project will work with Asian-background households in Bradford, to discover why people from this community are applying for energy grants in higher numbers and gain insight into designing effective policies for specific social groups. (
  • It's doing it on my work network several times a day and I don't want to get in trouble for scanning their network. (
  • Yes, when I get to work and my laptop hits my work network it automatically starts scanning that network. (
  • The EPINET National Data Coordinating Center extends and supports the regional hubs' work by integrating data from the community-based CSC programs and supporting multi-site research to improve early psychosis care. (
  • In 2017, his deep commitment was honored at PanCAN's annual Community Outreach Leadership Training as he was named Donor & Corporate Ambassador of the Year. (
  • To donate to OCSN, scroll down to direct your funds and click the box that says 'Ottawa Community Schools Network (OCSN). (
  • On October 24, the Aurora, Illinois, City Council Finance Committee approved a $40,000 grant to OnLight Aurora to extend the city's fiber optic network to River Street Plaza area commercial properties. (
  • In addition to being near Cyrus One, Williams told aldermen the company also was lured by OnLight Aurora, the city's fiber optic network. (
  • A new case study recently released by the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University describes how the community of Concord, Massachusetts deployed its extensive municipal fiber-optic network and smart grid. (
  • Pasadena developed its fiber optic network to improve electric utility efficiency but also with an eye toward the future. (
  • In the mid-1990s, the community included construction of a fiber optic network in its strategic plan. (
  • Community networks aggregate a wide variety of information and communication services in a central, though "virtual," location, becoming, in effect a nonprofit "portal. (
  • PreMed Communities Join the nonprofit community for pre-medical students: MD, DO, reapplicants, traditional, and nontraditional students. (
  • Medical Student Communities Join the nonprofit community for medical students currently in MD or DO medical schools in the US and Canada. (
  • The purpose of the CNP is to reduce cancer health disparities by conducting community-based participatory education, training, and research among racial/ethnic minorities (e.g. (
  • The overall goals of this program are to significantly improve access to and utilization of beneficial cancer interventions in communities with cancer health disparities, thereby reducing these disparities. (
  • The redesign and re-issuance of that RFA will focus on closing this gap in the delivery system in those communities with cancer health disparities. (
  • ADDENDUM - COMMUNITY NETWORKS TO REDUCE CANCER HEALTH DISPARITIES RELEASE DATE: May 13, 2004 NOTICE: NOT-CA-04-017 National Cancer Institute (NCI) ( ) This addendum is to inform potential applicants of a change in the request for applications (RFA) CA-05-012 . (
  • The change is as follows: This notice is intended to clarify the National Cancer Institute RFA "Community Networks to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities. (
  • JA Modd comes with special additional pages designed for music, community and social website: video, news, blog. (
  • J. covers our community better than any other source and provides news you can't find elsewhere. (
  • News, blogs, happenings from in and around the network. (
  • Community movement news in your inbox! (
  • Maintains attentiveness to development and implementation of EA programs and trends in the field by observing, prompting, and participating in online discussions in the EAKC Network, and reading (
  • Get the latest news and updates from the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. (
  • The other news is that adding 802.11ax APs into a Wi-Fi network won't deliver the high-efficiency features that comes with the new specification. (
  • Fight Back News Service is circulating the following statement from the US Palestinian Community Network (USPCN). (
  • Keep up-to-date with all news and developments in your community, delivered to your inbox. (
  • They share successes, challenges, and insights in the Community Forum, ask for advice and back up from their Music Tech fam in the Ask & Answer board, and contribute to a curated news feed of what's happening in the epicenter of music and technology in News Articles. (
  • Looking for a heads-up on the latest community-building news and perspective from around the web? (
  • Your source for the latest community association industry news. (
  • Community colleges put educational opportunities, vocational training, and adult literacy within the reach of millions of Americans. (
  • With the pandemic disrupting education for so many, community colleges like Forsyth Tech serve a critical role in helping students get their academic careers on track or pursue lucrative skilled trades. (
  • The Community Colleges Network is a Campus Compact affinity network dedicated to preparing community college students to be informed, active, and mobilized leaders in our democracy. (
  • Community colleges are central to Campus Compact's mission of ensuring that higher education is contributing to the health and strength of our democracy. (
  • Community colleges enroll nearly half of all students and play a disproportionate role in educating students from communities that face exclusion, as well as first-generation students from all backgrounds. (
  • This partnership is a model demonstration of how regional community colleges can leverage their assets to create value within a region's economy," said CVCC President Dr. Garrett Hinshaw. (
  • The investment enhances our relationship with Cobak as a strategic partner and will expand our presence in multiple Asia communities. (
  • STP Network has participated in this strategic investment along with NEO, ONT and GXChain. (
  • As the largest patent non-aggression community in history and a strategic partner for the Linux Foundation, OIN was key in the open source community successfully navigating the patent aggression of the last decade. (
  • The plugin supports the addition of a social networking plugin in the main area of your WordPress site. (
  • This network allows you to grant "Guests" who may be visiting your home access to your wifi network without needing to give them your main Wi-Fi network password (you set a different password on this SSID than for your main network). (
  • Also, some families put the "kids" on this network and don't give them the password to the main wifi network. (
  • Hello Fuse Community, I am Bronisz, I’m the main architect of CityZEN, an investor and a fan of Fuse too! (
  • Peer Community Member Grants: Twelve community network organisations (four in Africa, four in Asia and four in Latin America) will be selected and granted funding towards activities that create and foster a peer learning community. (
  • Over the last five years many organisations have come together, alongside the communities, to launch the Coastal Communities Network . (
  • As a solution-based, multi-stakeholder alliance, GEN provides information, tools, examples, and representation to the expanding global network dedicated to demonstrating principles and practices of sustainability in their lifestyles and communities. (
  • Sustainability Trust has worked in the field of housing and health for many years, investing millions of dollars in our Warm Fuzzies programme, the Wellington Curtain Bank, community education, subsidised insulation, and housing advice. (
  • Indianapolis-based Community Health Network saw revenues decline in the first six months of this year and ended the period with an operating loss, according to recently released financial documents . (
  • SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif.-The Indianapolis-based Community Health Network recently installed an exacqVision-IQinVision video surveillance solution, IQinVision announced Oct. 29. (
  • Though these good, clean and fair gardens have extended their roots across the continent, it is the sub-Saharan countries that boast of the strongest networks - both in terms of numbers as well as the scale of interventions and leadership capacity. (
  • Developing community networks to deliver HIV prevention interventions. (
  • Results have implications in the analysis and the design of health interventions that make use of network relationships in online settings. (
  • Studies have also shown it is possible to implement evidence-based interventions in community treatment settings and maintain high-quality services over time. (
  • The council's Innovate and Cultivate Fund helps voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations to set up special projects. (
  • APC is looking for both individuals and organisations to join the new "Connecting the unconnected: Supporting community networks and other community-based connectivity initiatives" project. (
  • MAN's goal is to facilitate communities of eLearning expertise and capacity building for open education, scholarship, and development in. (
  • The community network was established primarily to facilitate conversations, i.e. two-way dialogs, with these targets. (
  • Thus, network organizers needed a communication vehicle that would address thought leadership topics, as well as facilitate ongoing communication and conversations, while also capturing leads to better harness the community in terms of revenue. (
  • The relationship between information strategies at the household level and programs to facilitate those strategies at the community level needs to be better understood. (
  • Our handheld devices and internet social networks are proving useful tools to facilitate our greater capacity for real social networks. (
  • Protected area networks facilitate community changes in responses to climate warming. (
  • Our primary goal will be to facilitate the deepest and most liquid markets on the Fuse network, incentivizing millions and then billions of TVL. (
  • Investing in Innovation (i3): A Rural School Technical Assistance Initiative was the theme of this webinar from the Rural School and Community Trust. (
  • Alachua County has joined the "Age-Friendly Initiative," a network of more than 847 cities and communities in 41 countries, working to improve their physical and social environments to become better places in which to grow old. (
  • After officially joining the network, the Initiative implemented its next phase with a survey and research phase that will inform on the finalization of an Action Plan for continued Age-Friendly efforts in the County. (
  • Among the many ways that NIH is supporting these efforts is through its Helping to End Addiction Long-Term (HEAL) Initiative , which is directing more than $1.5 billion to researchers and communities across the country. (
  • The Early Psychosis Intervention Network (EPINET) is a broad research initiative. (
  • Through the awards, the initiative established regional scientific hubs connected to multiple community-based CSC programs that endorse measurement-based early psychosis treatment. (
  • In addition to performing the technical duties related to running a networked computer for a large community, community network developers typically engage in a wide range of other related activities including training, social activism, and advocacy. (
  • Technology is allowing people to engage in conversations about our environment, and there are a number of social networking sites were these discussions are taking place. (
  • This relationship is vital to enable a strong response to hazards in the future and is a blueprint for how other communities can engage with authorities and scientists to reduce disaster risk in the longer term. (
  • These groups host meaningful events, engage in mentoring, and foster community among our underrepresented and diverse faculty, staff, and student populations. (
  • The trusted voices of health care providers are enabled as they engage patients within their communities. (
  • This project will engage low-income communities in Plymouth, UK and Cape Town, South Africa on how to structure future energy systems to ensure they are responsive to, and informed by, community needs. (
  • In Citizens Take Charge: Concord, Massachusetts, Builds a Fiber Network , the authors offer history, and describe the benefits to the community from better connectivity and enhanced electric efficiencies. (
  • However, residents also want better connectivity for the rest of the community. (
  • During the program, he spoke with community leaders about the benefits of locally owned connectivity, the examples set by other municipal networks, and the unique opportunities that Falmouth has. (
  • New Haven, CT - Wireless connectivity provider Spot On Networks announced that users with mobile phones or Smartphones can now sign on to its Wi-Fi networks in an easy-to-use format, customized for the screen of each mobile device. (
  • JPL also uses sub-contractors and many of them use dark fiber from the Pasadena network for connectivity. (
  • Learn about upcoming opportunities, events, ways to grow professionally, and inspiring stories from network partners. (
  • Women are attending more networking events all the time, and the number of women-only networking events grows every month. (
  • And because we don't understand what a powerful network can truly do for us , we accept -- and continue giving our time -- to events that may feel good but don't actually get us anywhere. (
  • Our signature PurpleStride run/walk events raise spirits, awareness and funds in communities nationwide. (
  • Create, develop and promote educational tools and events that advance knowledge of lived experiences of Asian communities within and beyond the university. (
  • While holding these successful online events in challenging times, Vietze and his team saw an unfilled need: spaces for Music Tech networking and community that aren't bound by Zoom rooms and time zones. (
  • We are a mesh network where leaders in our portfolio can reach out to each other en masse or individually as well as get together in-person for official or small ad-hoc events and meetups. (
  • This project will build a network of women in energy modelling from different disciplines, establish a platform with open learning resources and host a series of events to establish a supportive peer community. (
  • maximize your networking opportunities and potential for business relations on one of our virtual or in-person events today! (
  • CONNECTpreneur events are cited as "The Best Networking Events in the MidAtlantic" by independent media as well as over 70% of surveyed past attendees. (
  • The purpose of this letter RFA is to enable the NCI Community Network Program (CNP) grantees to submit competitive supplements for pilot projects as part of the Community Network Program RFA-CA-05-012 requirements. (
  • Our Statewide and Regional Networks grantees are just that-a network," said Donn K. Harris, Chair of the California Arts Council. (
  • A complete listing of all Statewide and Regional Network grantees can be viewed at . (
  • Councillor Tom Sanderson, Chair of Cambridgeshire County Council's Communities, Social Mobility and Inclusion Committee, said: "I would like to congratulate the nine groups for their successful applications. (
  • The D&I Expertise Office is in close contact with various student and staff networks regarding diversity and inclusion. (
  • These networks also provide direct feedback on the University's diversity and inclusion policy. (
  • Community networks apply the notions of free and uncensored access for everybody, both as producer and consumer, to the text, graphic, audio, and other resources found in cyberspace. (
  • CFCE programs are locally-based programs in your community that provide child development services and resources to families with young children. (
  • Under each community, we also included relevant links such as to the provider's website, coverage on, and reports or resources about the network. (
  • Treehugger, and it's social networking site Hugg, are tremendous resources and looks at a lot of the science going on in the environmental field, too. (
  • This position serves as the network leader for the EA KC and encourages conversation, resource sharing, and promotes NAFSA resources on the Education Abroad Knowledge Community Network , NAFSA's primary online discussion forum for education abroad. (
  • Collaborates with other KC Network Leaders on cross-network resources & discussions. (
  • NVMe/TCP allows storage to be shared across a TCP network with low latency in a manner that allows for better sharing of storage resources, which can eliminate the issues around stranded storage. (
  • This program means the Foundation for Healthy Communities will be able to make resources available to hospitals in the state to make improvements in 10 specific categories to prevent harm to patients," said Anne Diefendorf, Associate Executive Director/Vice President for Quality & Patient Safety with the FHC. (
  • The comprehensive and better known community-based programs serve households that tend to have higher incomes, more wealth, more education, and the resources and motivation to get computers set up at home. (
  • Over the past few years, we have been investing more time and resources into building and growing our Foundry family and community. (
  • We seek to open source resources to our community and the general public whenever possible. (
  • We commit ourselves to continual improvement and strive to always be thinking of where we can have impact with our voice and resources and that of our network. (
  • This list of resources is not an endorsement by JPS Health Network. (
  • The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) involves thousands of people of all ages in the observation and study of weather, climate and water resources. (
  • This project will launch a network improvement community with Minnesota State University, Mankato, and California State University, Dominguez Hills, that seeks to strengthen teacher education through a shared commitment to racial equity. (
  • University of Virginia's Latino Student Alliance serves as the representative voice of the Hispanic/Latino community inside and outside the University as well as to strengthen and empower this community to advance socially, politically, culturally, and academically. (
  • Catawba Valley Community College and Gaston College are creating additional partnership opportunities for the future that will strengthen the workforce and provide a solid foundation for regional economic development. (
  • Missional Communities create a wonderful context in church life that will really strengthen our ability to raise children who want to follow Jesus all their lives. (
  • In 1999, the National Cancer Institute (NCI) decided to replace the National Leadership Initiatives on Cancer Awareness with the Special Populations Networks (SPNs) for Cancer Awareness, Research, and Training. (
  • We are now supercharging these initiatives into what we're branding The Foundry Network . (
  • We are amplifiers that seek to extend the reach and collaborate on initiatives with our network to have a larger impact than we could have alone. (
  • We believe that by becoming an Open Invention Network licensee, we encourage Linux development and foster innovation in a technical community that benefits everyone. (
  • Hear from Juniper Networks CEO Rami Rahim as he visits the lab to hear about the powerful performance of the 400G-capable PTX10008 router. (
  • The Intelligence Community is confronting many of the same challenges other federal agencies face in needing to rationalize their applications and decide where the cloud makes sense," says Hank O'Rourke, director of Juniper Networks' National Security Group. (
  • The report gives a checklist of expert-recommended capabilities agencies should look for with CTP solutions that Juniper Networks has helped pioneer over the past 15 years. (
  • This article was produced by FedScoop and sponsored by Juniper Networks . (
  • Juniper EX Series Switches provide reliable, scalable campus and data center networking. (
  • These SPNs have developed community- based infrastructures that provide expertise in culturally competent cancer awareness activities in racial/ethnic minority and underserved populations, as well as training researchers from racial/ethnic minority and underserved populations to conduct community-based participatory research. (
  • Our mission is to provide high-quality, personal Internet services to our school district, our customers, and the communities that we serve. (
  • Christopher, who's had Doug on the show several times in the past, asked him to provide some general advice to communities interested in improving broadband. (
  • This partnership will provide GreenKey users with access to Trader Link Networks' SIP based private wire network, spanning the Canadian Financial markets from coast to coast. (
  • In low-income communities, programs that provide access or training in a community center more often address the needs of individuals who have time and motivation to come to the center. (
  • Our primary goal when developing this social networking plugin for WordPress was to provide those who wanted to create a community with WordPress an alternative to the existing solutions, with a modern look and feel, lots of great features and scalability. (
  • Other Age-Friendly Communities have successfully researched, designated and implemented intergenerational approaches to make life better for their residents, including enhancements like additional seating for older riders on public transit, housing for older residents located in close proximity to services and amenities, using younger residents to provide technology training sessions for seniors, and training for family caregivers. (
  • New evidence from the Aarogyasri Programme in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh, suggests that community networks may provide an important channel to disseminate information and encourage take up of public health insurance. (
  • They also provide Networking opportunities. (
  • Community guides take tourists to see these natural attractions and provide visitors with fresh seafood, including crabs, shrimp, squid. (
  • This project aims to provide insights into the impact of dirty energy on mothers' and their children's physical and mental wellbeing in communities in Nigeria. (
  • We provide you with the Gambling advertisement network platform for Gambling apps or Websites. (
  • The purpose of this article is to present an evaluation framework and analyze the current status of such Electronic Communities of Wireless Networks (ECWNs) in four continents: Africa, America, Europe and Oceania. (
  • Regional coordination: The project will be primarily implemented through a peer community composed of community networks from three regions: Africa, Asia and Latin America. (
  • The system secures Community Health Network's data center through constant video monitoring. (
  • Rebecca Plant has joined the team as Marine Project Officer, and is the one behind the network's website Communities for the Seas and newsletters that bring relevant and timely information to our groups, most of them volunteer-based. (
  • Also, as is discussed below, access to computer networks has become much more widespread and there are many web-sites offering free e-mail and other services that compete with community networks. (
  • Solve network and security management challenges with a Secure Access Service Edge architecture. (
  • DE educators can access the DEN Community right from the DE platform under Educator Supports. (
  • Action Network partners get access to our full range of tools, including the ability to upload activists and subscribe them to your list, create custom-branded email and page wrappers, and more. (
  • But, perhaps even more critical is having access to a community of smart, collaborative IT and security pros, all working together to address similar challenges. (
  • You can enable/disable this network based on if you have Guests in your home who you want to give access to. (
  • this network to turn access on/off to the Internet during certain hours (such as until homework is done or late at night when they should be in bed). (
  • Register for a free account to gain full access to the VGChartz Network and join our thriving community. (
  • It would be more correct to call them access routers, where the router at the top is a distribution router that connects to the Internet and academic networks' customer access routers. (
  • The conference featured several sessions on internet access and three specifically on community networks. (
  • Community Health Network ended the first two quarters of this year with an operating loss of $39.7 million, compared to operating income of $74.4 million in the same period last year. (
  • BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (WNDU) - InterCare Community Health Network will host a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic this upcoming weekend in Benton Harbor. (
  • COVID-19 vaccines are also available during weekday business hours at all InterCare Community Health Network clinics (Benton Harbor, Bangor, Eau Claire, Holland and Pullman). (
  • Community Health Network has an excellent opportunity available within our Respiratory Therapy Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) team. (
  • You will have the opportunity to grow your career thanks to scholarships and tuition reimbursement from the Community Health Network Foundation, and receive recognition for your achievements. (
  • Franklin Community Health Network (FCHN) is the sole hospital network serving the rural community of Greater Franklin County, Maine, population 40,000. (
  • That reputation underlies the heritage and culture of Franklin Community Health Network (FCHN) and its flagship hospital, Franklin Memorial Hospital, enabling the Network to overcome the extraordinary obstacles inherent in serving this geographically and economically challenged service area. (
  • As Tarrant County's publicly supported healthcare system, JPS Health Network is concerned about your care. (
  • All rights reserved JPS Health Network. (
  • The company will build its new headquarters near CyrusOne, a data center that connects to the fiber network. (
  • JomSocial is a powerful Joomla extension to build community and social website. (
  • I share these stories to emphasize how employee networks create a safe space for the Black and Latinx communities in workplaces to go to for professional development, to build a sense of community, and to be their true and authentic selves. (
  • Join us as we explore how to build a Recovery Friendly Workplace in your community. (
  • Want to build safer, stronger and more active communities in which people can thrive? (
  • The Policy and Research team in Rural Community Network works with policy makers and rural communities to build up the evidence around the key issues impacting on rural communities and to ensure that the issues that matter to rural people are taken into account by decision makers. (
  • In the early 2000s Detroit began to build out a trail network with the River Walk and Dequindre Cut. (
  • The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley ADRC will harness its unique geographic location in South Texas - a region of approximately 5 million underserved Mexican Americans - to build connections with the community and enhance the diversity of data and biosamples available through the national network of ADRCs. (
  • There is a wealth of research suggesting that despite our efforts, networking continues to pose serious challenges for women. (
  • The purpose of this letter RFA is to solicit competitive supplements from the NCI Community Network Program (CNP) awardees for pilot projects in community based participatory research to reduce health disparities as part of the Community Network Program RFA-CA-05-012 requirement. (
  • Read the conversation we had over twitter during the two-day event, which gathered around 80 researchers and delegates from companies participating in the network to discuss current and prospect research projects. (
  • Network for Community-Engaged Primary Care Research (NCPCR) supports the CEAL mission by leveraging community-engaged research in primary care settings to address health inequities. (
  • Much like the CEAL research teams, primary care providers can use community-engaged research as an effective and sustainable strategy for delivering community-focused, collaborative, and equitable primary care in underserved communities. (
  • Additionally, this research can apply to other health issues within these communities including maternal health, pediatrics, and chronic disease management. (
  • What Exactly is a Market Research Community Platform? (
  • The SLC will be responsible for PATC 3 H-IN governance, oversight, and coordination, and will develop and implement the network research agenda. (
  • However, these community-led solutions face a number of challenges that require policymakers and regulators consideration so that they may flourish. (
  • I absolutely loved the community of communities sharing their diverse locales, challenges and successes. (
  • Early implementors face choices and challenges with next-gen wireless networks. (
  • The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail and Snow Network (CoCoRaHS) is a citizen science program where thousands of volunteers across the country measure and report the amount of precipitation that falls each day in their own neighborhood. (
  • The summit was a one-day program covering a range of topical issues related to community networks and their future in the Asia-Pacific region. (
  • We are very pleased to have Erica Grigg, Director for the State Bar of Texas Lawyers' Assistance Program, join us today to talk about suicide prevention in the legal community. (
  • Have questions about the student loan repayment program for Community Health Center staff? (
  • High performance is achieved by dynamically linking highly optimized C functions to the Cytoscape JAVA program, which makes GLay especially suitable for decomposition, display and exploratory analysis of large biological networks. (
  • The Manufacturing USA network is administered by the interagency Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office, headquartered at NIST. (
  • Weavers Way Community Programs - the non-profit arm of Weavers Way Co-op - is hiring a PT Development Director who has experience with building an individual giving program, particularly major gifts. (
  • While FFI currently supports the network by providing a coordination role, the aim is for it to become self-sufficient and independent in the coming years. (
  • Roberta and Adrienne Zeigler, a mom and daughter who volunteer with PanCAN, raising awareness about pancreatic cancer among the Black community in the Detroit area. (
  • These networks contribute to community building and raising awareness about specific topics. (
  • The Global Ecovillage Network envisions a world of empowered people and communities, designing pathways to a sustainable future, while building bridges of hope and international solidarity. (
  • On the key CLM activities is facility and community-based data collection which will be done on a quarterly basis and the CLM findings will be shared with all relevant stakeholders. (
  • There are over 90 CFCE programs across the state, and in total, the CFCE network provides services to 350 cities and towns in Massachusetts. (
  • Our mission is to empower IT solution providers with unmatched software, services, and community to achieve their most ambitious vision of success. (
  • In the latest installment of our series, Partners Saving the World, we want to highlight Greg Zolkos, President and CEO of Atlas Professional Services, for his contributions to the Tampa Bay community. (
  • Further it advertises itself on the network via UPnP - the services it offers are advertised too. (
  • The nine awardees are Central Maine Community Health/Healthy Androscoggin , the Childhood Lead Action Project , the City of Buffalo , the City of Paterson (Division of Health) , Environmental Health Watch , the Healthy Homes Coalition of West Michigan , Legal Services of Central New York , Southern United Neighborhoods , and the Virginia Poverty Law Center . (
  • Government agencies, especially within the Intelligence Community, may have transitioned many of their systems to cloud computing services. (
  • As a beneficiary of the enormous contributions made by the open source software community, we believe making a contribution to innovation in the world by publishing technology accumulated through the development and operation of our services, such as Mercari and Merpay, as open source is the right choice. (
  • Assessing drug abuse within and across communities : community epidemiology surveillance networks on drug abuse / Department of Health and Human Services, National Insitutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse. (
  • The Municipal Health Department promoted the transformation of the mental health services in the studied period: from assistance provided exclusively at asylums to a network of mental health services whose model was based on the community, focusing on the psychosocial aspect of the disease and with multi-professional teams. (
  • Neustar acquires assets from Transaction Network Services Inc. (
  • As excitement grows around new monetization opportunities for data and services in business networks, we are pleased to present an expert panel for discussion on the topic. (
  • This panel will explore opportunities to monetize data and services within consortium networks. (
  • Expect to leave the event with a clearer picture of the possible ledger based business models for mobility, permissioned data, the "trusted trip", and how the core network services of governance, authority, identity, and assurance (GAIA) can accelerate monetization. (
  • In addition, the Community Service and Learning Center organizes the annual Make a Difference Day, a national day of service that encourages students to volunteer in their community. (
  • As Wi-Fi became a necessity, the college's IT leadership wanted a network that would serve as a long-lasting foundation with the agility to address the unanticipated ways education might evolve. (
  • The focus again is to enhance education in deprived communities. (
  • In New York City, for example, one group tailored its outreach and education programs on breast and cervical cancer by determining how differing cultural perspectives affected social networks. (
  • The National Informal STEM Education Network (NISE Network) is a community of informal educators and scientists dedicated to supporting learning about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) across the United States. (
  • A good standard of education is required as is experience of working in the voluntary and community sector. (
  • As an open community, anyone with an interest in learning or sharing information or experiences about protecting our nation and improving emergency response is welcome to join," Gibson said. (
  • I would first suggest that you join a Ning community and learn the ropes before creating one. (
  • Learn how to join and start intentional communities - Courses starting soon . (
  • Join us for a fun and informative virtual gathering for people interested in intentional community. (
  • Join the community of premedical students re-applying to medical school. (
  • Join a Network Community! (
  • They were attending most recent Broadband Communities event, a place where experts and community leaders gather to talk about latest developments and opportunities in broadband and economic development. (
  • 2007), for example, found "clusters" of obesity within a network of people studied over time. (
  • Mark also discusses the funding mechanism that Concord used to pay for the project and shares a few of the many benefits that the network has brought to Concord and its people. (
  • Many people communicate among themselves using wireless networks. (
  • It also supports a creative and diverse community of over 3,500 people of colour and people from other underrepresented backgrounds. (
  • Being with all the people from intentional communities was amazing. (
  • Volunteering supports the network while forming valuable connections, meeting incredible people, and contributing to a positive future. (
  • On an average, each garden, which extends roughly over 1,266 m2, involves 25 people and in most community gardens, women farmers take the lead. (
  • Lead author Dr Teresa Armijos, from UEA's School of International Development, said: "We argue that the shadow network around Tungurahua volcano has played a key role in improving collective responses to volcanic risk, allowing people to continue farming and maintain their livelihoods in relative safety during heightened volcanic activity, and minimising the need for forced evacuations, which are highly disruptive. (
  • The team conducted 130 interviews with government officials, scientists, community leaders and people living close to the Tungurahua volcano. (
  • The Chicago Coalition for Justice in Palestine led a crowd of close to 1000 people, mostly youth from the Palestinian community in the Chicago area, to protest the attacks on the Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, April 18. (
  • This fund is focused on developing strong and sustainable communities by creating new opportunities for people. (
  • The community of approximately 140,000 people was one of the first incorporated in what is now Los Angeles County and considered a cultural hub. (
  • Reaching out, scaling up : eight case studies of home and community care for and by people with HIV/AIDS. (
  • A critical first step in engaging communities is identifying networks, such as faith communities, whose "social capital" can be employed in collective approaches to improving community health. (
  • That's why in our latest installment to our Partners Saving the World series, we'd like to highlight Nick Orme of ITEC for bringing technology to a community in need. (
  • In the latest installment of our new series, Partners Saving the World, we want to highlight Jack Smith, President and CEO of initial.IT, for his contributions to the Denver community. (
  • Blue Jeans Network extends high quality video communications beyond the traditional boundaries of specialized conference rooms and into the mainstream, allowing individuals and employees throughout an enterprise to interact more effectively with each other, and with their customers, partners, suppliers, family, and friends. (
  • New MySpace: Justin Timberlake relaunches social network as 'artist community. (
  • The world's leading social network becomes littered with ads and marred by spam and privacy intrusions, eventually giving way to a cleaner, simpler, more aesthetically appealing alternative. (
  • OK, MySpace isn't actually going to be challenging Facebook for social-network supremacy anytime soon. (
  • Its new incarnation moves a step further away from its roots as a one-stop social network for the masses. (
  • Music, community, social network Joomla template - JA Mood fully supports JomSocial and EasySocial component. (
  • It is an open list, so if you have a favorite sports-themed social network that isn't featured, enter it below to make sure it's included on the list. (
  • Runator - The Social Network for runners. (
  • Sites like enable you to set up a branded social network at no cost and in only a few minutes. (
  • Its SAP Community Network (SCN) is the social network for the more than two million SAP professionals. (
  • PeepSo is a super-light, free, user profile and social network plugin for WordPress that allows you to quickly and effortlessly add a social network or an online community, similar to Facebook right inside your WordPress site. (
  • Social network for WordPress - in just a few clicks! (
  • PeepSo works right out of the box and within seconds, you can start a social network , right inside your WordPress site. (
  • This new social network data, coupled with the public health evidence, makes it remarkably clear that our reconnected community networks are the new technology shaping future development towards more intimate neighborhoods. (
  • We are interested in all aspects of real world networks and their models, from internet measurements to random graphs, from social network analysis to spreading phenomena, and from graph algorithms to biological networks. (
  • Catholic Community, Forum, Chat and Social Network for everyone of all religions and faiths. (
  • They have developed e-communities in order to discuss issues about their network development, problems, opportunities, and wireless technology advances among others. (
  • There will be opportunities for you to meet new friends and staff in the FIC, share about your project, and network in breakout sessions. (
  • We are committed to strengthening our region and this is one of the many opportunities for Gaston College and Catawba Valley Community College. (
  • In the future, Cobak will cooperate with the 4 top blockchain projects and bring new development and profitable opportunities to the holders of CBK, the Cobak community token and STPT. (
  • In addition to these weekly sessions, COVID-19-related topics were incorporated into other regular ECHO sessions, such as asthma, kidney disease, autism, and oral health, thereby substantially expanding the learning and networking opportunities among health care providers. (
  • The researchers examined how the official disaster risk management system, scientific monitoring and community knowledge have adapted and evolved over 15 years to be able to cope with long-term volcanic activity. (
  • Two residents count and bank the money in a Community Defibrillator Fund. (
  • They allocated $1.8 million from the general fund to pay for network construction. (
  • Summary Machinist will be developed with a single goal in mind - to fund the development of new and exciting community-centric blockchain projects on the FUSE Network. (
  • We are delighted to announce the details of the successful projects awarded through our Whole Systems Networking Fund. (