Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity in the developed world [1]. Indeed, while many patients are surviving and living with CVD, substantial health risks continue following cardiac events and procedures. The standard of in-patient cardiac care in clinical practice guidelines in many countries [2-5] consists of referral to cardiac rehabilitation (CR) and facilitation of post-discharge primary care provider (PCP) follow-up. Certainly, shared care [6] is particularly important to support risk reduction in the period following cardiac hospitalization, to minimize this risk of recurrent or adverse events. For instance, Ahmed et al. [7] showed that following cardiac hospitalization, shared care between generalists and cardiac specialists resulted in significantly improved left ventricular function evaluation, increased prescription rates for ACE-inhibitors, and lower odds of 90-day readmission (OR = 0.54) for heart failure patients when compared to patients treated ...
Date: September 2004 Page 1 of 6 Inter-facility Patient Transfers Purpose: The purpose of this policy is to establish a uniform procedure for inter-facility transfers. 1. Responsibility: a. Patient transfer
SCHOON, M G. Impact of inter-facility transport on maternal mortality in the Free State Province. SAMJ, S. Afr. med. j. [online]. 2013, vol.103, n.8, pp.534-536. ISSN 2078-5135.. AIM: In December 2011, having identified inter-facility transport as a problem in the maternity service, the Free State Department of Health procured and issued 48 vehicles including 18 dedicated to maternity care. Subsequently, a sustained reduction in mortality was observed. We probed the role of inter-facility transport in effecting this reduction in mortality. METHODS: A before-after analysis was performed of data from 2 separate databases, including the district health information system and the emergency medical and rescue services call-centre database. Data were compared for a 12-month prior- and 10-month post-intervention period using descriptive and correlation statistics. RESULTS: The maternal mortality decreased from 279/100 000 live births during 2011 to 152/100 000 live births during 2012. The mean dispatch ...
Janesville, WI) Nick Crow, Gazette. Blackhawk Technical College and UW-Rock County have reached an agreement allowing students to transfer credits from BTC toward obtaining a bachelors degree at UW-Rock.. The agreement assures the acceptance of any applied associate degree graduate from BTC into the UW Colleges bachelor of applied arts and sciences degree program.. "This agreement continues the longstanding commitment BTC has in partnering with the University of Wisconsin Colleges to increase options for students from all different walks of life and career paths," said Ed Robinson, vice president of student services at BTC. "Transfer students typically have a high graduation rate, so well-crafted articulation agreements often contribute to a students success at the university.". The transfer agreement is open to students who have earned an applied associate degree from BTC with a grade point average of 2.0 or better on a 4.0 scale.. Robinson said the agreement will help ensure students ...
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Raise the Age of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction to 18. Organization Position Statement. We, the National Association of Social Workers in Michigan, strongly support legislation to raise the age of juvenile court jurisdiction to 18. Michigan is one of 5 remaining states automatically prosecuting 17-year-olds as adults for any offense. Most 17-year-olds in the adult system are there for non-violent offenses and never had a juvenile record. This antiquated practice is contrary to research, exceptionally harmful to youth and directly threatens public safety. In order to reduce reoffending rates, reduce corrections costs, and align with national standards, it is imperative that Michigan raise the age of juvenile court jurisdiction to 18.. In nearly all aspects of law, Michigan recognizes 18 as the age of adulthood. Seventeen-year-olds cannot vote[1], legally sign a contract[2], drop out of school[3], rent a hotel room[4] or car[5], or purchase tobacco[6], fireworks[7] or lottery tickets[8] and are still ...
What if it was faster?. History shows that profound scientific discoveries are often found not at the middle point of disciplinary taxonomies but at their interfaces. In the field of astronomy, identifying super nova as "standard candles" to map the cosmos came about in part by identifying super nova as "events" and automating the related scientific workflows via HPC. This is where NERSC and ESnets combined capabilities have much to offer in allowing scientists to rethink time-to-solution in their workflows. NERSC partners with ESnet (also a user facility) to bridge the geography between detector and computer (report). Bandwidth matters because detectors and computers needed to process their data are not always in the same place. NERSCs capabilities are at the leading edge of computing technology. Expanding what is computationally feasible changes what is imaginable within the scope of a research project. Inter-facility science is all about such imagination. NERSCs HPC can speed up facility ...
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This agreement assures that qualified students completing any Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree at CCC will be able to transfer seamlessly to ESC. This agreement also establishes procedures for graduates of CCC to obtain the appropriate bachelors degree (BA, BS, and BPS) at ESC. To be eligible, CCC transfer students must have completed an associate degree within the last 3 years, or be in (or entering) their final semester of completing an associate degree. Please see a Clinton Advisor for details.. ...
Dr. Feldings patented discoveries include the enhancement of NAD+ metabolism through treatment with NAD+ precursors to potentiate the effects of endocrine therapy in breast cancer, inhibit resistance of breast cancer cells to endocrine therapy, and re-instate sensitivity in breast cancer cells that are unresponsive to endocrine treatments such as Tamoxifen. The research agreement will build upon the previous material transfer agreement, and if successful, will yield the data and tools required for the development of a clinical trial evaluating a novel combination therapy consisting of nicotinamide riboside (NR) and endocrine therapy in the treatment of breast cancer.. This acquisition brings the total number of patents and patents pending relating to nicotinamide riboside, owned or exclusively licensed by ChromaDex, to 16.. ChromaDex Founder and CEO, Frank Jaksch, stated, "TSRI was one of the first institutions we signed a material transfer agreement with on NR back in 2013. Its great to see ...
Headquartered in Beverly, Massachusetts, Cellceutix is a publicly traded company under the symbol "CTIX". Cellceutix is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing innovative therapies in oncology, dermatology and antibiotic applications. Cellceutix believes it has a world-class portfolio of compounds and is now engaged in advancing its compounds and seeking strategic partnerships. Cellceutixs anti-cancer drug Kevetrin is currently in a Phase 1 clinical trial at Harvard Cancer Centers Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In the laboratory Kevetrin has shown to induce activation of p53, often referred to as the "Guardian Angel Gene" due to its crucial role in controlling cell mutations. Cellceutix is planning a Phase 2 clinical trial with its novel compound Brilacidin-OM for the prevention and treatment of Oral Mucositis. Brilacidin-OM, a defensin mimetic compound, has shown in the laboratory to reduce the occurrence of severe ulcerative oral ...
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This study will examine the effects of having a case manager help PHAs access and use health, social services and practical resources that are helpful to their needs as compared to the usual more PHA self-managed approach of deciding and using services as they see necessary. New and existing users of HIV/AIDS services in Wellington-Dufferin, Waterloo and Grey-Bruce Regions who consent to this study will be randomized to receive their usual self-directed supportive, educational, medical and medical care services when they seek assistance according to their needs or these usual services augmented by case management services. They will be measured before randomization and at 3, 6 and 12 months following service use for their satisfaction with HIV/AIDS services, compliance with HIV/AIDS medication, improvement in quality of life, psychological distress, risk behaviours and expenditures for the use of a range of publicly funded services ...
While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advises that all Americans be screened for HIV as a routine part of medical care1, many Americans have never been tested or are not being tested as often as recommended, according to national surveys by the Kaiser Family Foundation. Of the more than 1.2 million people living with HIV in the U.S., an estimated one in seven do not know that they are infected and only three in 10 are in ongoing care and treatment.2. "Walgreens is committed to being a part of the solution to end AIDS, and National HIV Testing Day provides a great opportunity to help share critical health information and encourage HIV testing," said Glen Pietrandoni, senior director of virology, specialty products and services at Walgreens. "Working in collaboration with Greater Than AIDS and various community partners during the past four years, we have helped nearly 20,000 people access free testing. We are pleased to be able to continue to help make it easier for those in ...
This study was undertaken to address Iowas inability to classify juveniles at risk of recidivism uniformly across the state by creating and testing a proposed risk assessment instrument. It was anticipated that the risk assessment instrument would be useful in not only providing the juvenile court officers with a tool to appropriately assess the risk of recidivism, but also in providing "common ground" to treatment staff and other relevant officials to determine whether certain interventions worked better with certain levels of risk than others, and whether limited resources were being appropriately utilized in providing appropriate interventions to juveniles with specific risk scores. To develop the Proposed Iowa Juvenile Court Intake Risk Assessment, a team of juvenile court representatives from all eight judicial districts in Iowa, consisting of juvenile court officers, intake officers, and supervisors, designed a risk assessment test instrument to assess a group of juveniles at intake ...
They have barely begun their investigation of how the Juvenile Court system failed 3-year-old Joseph Wallace, but the three attorneys appointed to sit on the special panel say they already know of
Little is known about the clinical outcomes of neonates who are transported from one health facility to another in resource-poor settings. In resource-rich settings dedicated retrieval teams undertake most, if not all, of the neonatal transfers between different health institutions. Outcomes are often closely monitored and improvements made on a regular basis. The aim of this study was to ascertain the clinical physiological stability of sick neonates on arrival at the receiving hospital following transport from another health facility, as a measure of the quality of transport facilities available to sick infants within the Johannesburg Metropolitan region. Infants aged less than 28 days at the time of enrolment and referred to any of the three University of Witwatersrand academic complex paediatric hospitals were studied from October to December 2007. They were transported by either a private or public medical transport unit. Clinical physiological parameters such as oxygen saturation, heart ...
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Well, obviously, if the answer to this was Yes, of course, it wouldnt be a very interesting case to write about. So the fact that the Judge in this case said no to a 16 year old giving evidence, twice, is worth reading about. Its quite long, Im afraid, but theres some good stuff in…
A study that looked exclusively at juveniles 16-17 years old who were directly filed to criminal court (i.e. transferred by prosecutorial discretion) found no significant differences in competence between these youth and older criminal defendants.[15] Regarding juveniles knowledge about criminal court, it has been found that most adolescent offenders are ignorant of the transfer laws that may force them to be tried and sentenced as an adult, and it is suggested that a previous knowledge of these laws might have deterred them from committing their crime.[16] It has been shown that most mid-to-late adolescents are close to adults in cognitive abilities; however, they are less likely to use their abilities because of several reasons. First, juveniles have less experience in life. They are less likely to perceive risks and less likely to contemplate how present actions might affect their future situations.[17][18] The teenage environment also poses several risks to vulnerable individuals. These ...
A criminal court jury of seven men and five women handed down a guilty verdict Friday afternoon against two men charged with initiation of a process to manufacture methamphetamine and reckless endangerment. 30 year old Scott B. Carroll, Jr. and 20 year old Francisco Bustamonte stood trial on the charges in DeKalb County Criminal Court. Judge David Patterson presided. The two men were accused of engaging in a process to make methamphetamine at a residence at 200 the Loop Circle in the Midway Community on January 23, 2011. The reason for the reckless endangerment charges was because the men were allegedly cooking meth in the presence of Carrolls sixteen year old sister-in-law, a juvenile, placing her in danger of serious bodily injury from the chemicals which produce a strong odor that is toxic. Another man, 19 year old Wesley J. Hayes, is also charged in the case but he did not stand trial Friday. His case remains pending in court. After two hours of jury selection, the trial got underway shortly after
Ray) had fetchd his Wife away in a Chair to her House in Eagle-street; so I went to see her there. She was lying upon the Bed in a loose Gown. She had a terrible black Eye, and as I kneeld by the Bed-side, she said, as plain as she could speak - I am killd - I am murderd! This was all I could understand, for she had got a great faultring in her Speech by the Hurt she had receivd. The Prisoner coming into the Room I held her up and beggd her to kiss him; she kissd me, but she slid her Head away from him - Three Weeks before this I saw her at the Shop, and the Prisoner was there too. I askd her how she did. Do? says she, bad enough - See how this Rogue kills me and cuts me to Pieces - See how he has cut my Gown - and see what a Condition my Arms are in. And indeed her Arms were black and blue. So I spent 6 Pence to make them Friends again, by the same Token that I scord it up, and have not paid it yet -. * Stephen Farmer . These two Men were committed to Newgate, on the Oath of the ...
Sarah Whitehead . I was coming by on Monday, and I went in for a Farthings worth of small Beer; and while I was there, the Prisoner came in and tappd her in the Face; she said Will, dont beat me, and then he gave her a Punch in the Eye: I believe the Blow might do her a Prejudice.. Q. Was the tap in the Face given with Violence?. Whitehead. I cant say that; but a Mans Hand is heavy, I can tell that my self. Then he said, Kate come go to bed; says I, do Kate, go up with him, and the Woman in the Shop, said fye upon you, to stand by and see a Woman beat; why says I; if we say any Thing hell beat us. She went up with him, and the next Morning she told me she was killd Will. Stevens had killd her; he had laid her down and trampled upon her. On Saturday I heard she was dead, and was so surprizd that I have never been myself since. I saw her after she had been dead about an Hour; when she was laid out, and after Mr. Coldham had opened her; her Side very black and bruised, but I cannot tell ...
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One judge lied for her, had sex with her and shared painkillers with her. Another sent her to prison Wednesday. Knox County Criminal Court Judge Mary Beth Leibowitz ordered Deena Castleman, 37, to serve six years for a slew of convictions, including aggravated burglary, theft, DUI and possession of prescription painkillers. Castleman racked up all those charges while engaged in a relationship with former Criminal Court Judge Richard Baumgartner that included sex and both pill-procuring for him and pill-using with him, according to portions of a Tennessee Bureau of Investigation probe made public earlier this month. At least one of ...
Despite the closure of a city hospitals pediatrics unit, area children admitted for treatment could experience improved care, local pediatricians and health experts agree.. Regional Hospital of Scranton stopped admitting children to its pediatrics unit in May, sending any medical or surgical pediatric patients to Moses Taylor Hospital as part of a transfer agreement between the two Commonwealth Health hospitals, officials confirmed Friday.. The move dropped the number of pediatric units at Scranton hospitals to two, but it shouldnt negatively impact the communitys quality of health care, local pediatricians and health experts said on Monday.. I think it will be a big improvement to the quality of child care in the community, said Vincent Ross, M.D., a longtime pediatrician and the former medical director of Community Medical Centers pediatric unit.. The decision to transfer patients stems from Commonwealth Healths development of a Pediatric Center of Excellence at Moses Taylor, which is ...
Structural Genomics Services to the Scientific CommunityAs part of the NIAID contract, SSGCID and CSGID offer a protein gene-to-structure service to the infectious disease scientific community. All materials and information generated from these services will become publicly available. Structures will be deposited with the Protein Data Bank and materials are available on our Available Materials page. Additionally, we submit data about our targets to database resources such as the PSI and TargetTrack. Applicants will be expected to execute Blanket Confidentiality Agreements (CDA) and Material Transfer Agreements (MTA) with SSGCID and CSGID, similar to the documents used in PSI-2 (http://www.nigms.nih.gov/Initiatives/PSI/).
How long is the evaluation process?. The entire review process can range from 2-4 months.. What happens after my proposal is approved?. The NHANES Project Officer will contact you to arrange the transfer of specimens after the Materials Transfer Agreement (MTA) has been signed. An interagency agreement will be developed to transfer funds for federal agencies, or an invoice will be sent for the cost of the specimens for non-federal institutions.. What kind of studies can I do with the NHANES biospecimens?. NHANES is a nationally representative survey and biospecimens are best utilized to determine the prevalence of laboratory markers of public health concern using the survey sample weights. Case-control studies are discouraged.. How much does it cost to use stored biospecimens?. The current cost is $13.00 per vial.. Is there a time limit on how long I can use the serum, plasma, and urine specimens?. The ERB allows the protocol to continue for five years. If additional time is needed to complete ...
About the college Hartnell College, founded in 1920, is one of the oldest educational institutions in California. The college offers transfer classes, associate of arts/science degrees and certificates of proficiency. The college also provides vocational training, work force and community development classes, contract education and numerous cultural and recreational activities. The college has transfer agreements with many California State University and University of California campuses. Sensitive to its diverse community, the college offers modified format courses to meet the needs of students who work or have other outside commitments, such as evening and weekend courses. ...
The HDBR was set up primarily for use by the academic research community in the UK. Recently, this has been extended and applications from abroad are welcomed. For all users, before material can be sent out, a material transfer agreement needs to be in place. The HDBR sites can extend their ethical approval as tissue banks to other projects provided that:. 1. the research is being carried out within the UK 2. the research falls within the project remit of the HDBR (primarily these cover gene expression studies). If these two conditions are met then there is no need to apply for local ethics approval. Projects outside the UK will need to follow their local ethical and other governance regulations for use of embryonic and fetal human tissue.. From February 2004, HDBR has offered an In House Gene Expression Service (IHGES) that carries out gene expression studies at the collection centres on behalf of external registered users.. The HDBR joint steering committee will consider applications by ...
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APTA is asking active physical therapist members to consider serving on a Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) examination committee. Under the 1989 Transfer Agreement of the physical therapy licensing examination and a more recent settlement agreement, APTA is entitled to seat candidates for at least 40% of the positions on the FSBPT Examination Development Committees. This year APTA will be providing 1 nominee for the Examination Development Committee-PT (EDC-PT) and 1 nominee for the Item Bank Review Committee-PTA (IBRC-PTA).. Experience as National Physical Therapy Examinations (NPTE) item writers or American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) writers is desired but not required. For the EDC-PT, the nominee must have expertise in musculoskeletal or acute care. For the IBRC-PTA, the nominee must have expertise in integumentary or cardiovascular/pulmonary.. To be considered for nomination, complete and submit a personal information form and a current résumé/CV by ...
APTA encourages physical therapist members to consider serving on a Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT) examination committee. Under the 1989 Transfer Agreement of the physical therapy licensing examination and a more recent settlement agreement, APTA is entitled to seat candidates for at least 40% of the positions on the FSBPT Examination Development Committees. This year APTA will be providing 1 nominee for the Examination Development Committee-PTA (EDC-PTA), and 1 nominee for the Item Bank Review Committee-PT (IBRC-PT).. APTA nominees to all committees must be physical therapists and active APTA members. Experience as National Physical Therapy Examinations (NPTE) item writers or American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties (ABPTS) writers is desired but not required. For the EDC-PTA, the nominees must have expertise in neuromuscular, cardiovascular/pulmonary, musculoskeletal, or pediatrics; for the IBRC-PT, the nominees must have expertise in pediatrics, musculoskeletal ...
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The purpose of the Alzheimers Disease Genetics Study is to help identify the genes that may be responsible for causing Alzheimers Disease (AD) by collecting genetic material from families with multiple members diagnosed with AD. Qualifying families will have two living blood-related individuals who have been diagnosed with or are showing symptoms of AD or dementia. Local study sites are located all over the United States, and arrangements may be made for eligible families who do not live near a participating site. The biological samples and data from these families will be made available to qualified researchers, who must sign a Materials Transfer Agreement (MTA) in order to protect the privacy rights of study participants before receiving DNA and data ...
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The goal of these activities is to update the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of health providers who care for patients with HIV/AIDS. The activities are also designed for healthcare media, federal and state legislators, AIDS service organization officers, social workers, pharmacists, nurses, peer counselors, church leadership and corrections healthcare personnel. The objectives are to familiarize participants with the epidemiology of HIV in the United States, current guidelines and cutting edge clinical modalities for the management of HIV, current research encompassing drug abuse and its connection to the HIV epidemic, social and psychiatric concerns of the HIV-infected patient, policy initiatives, trends and political issues which impact all HIV-infected patients. ...
Thanks for your post. Finding an expert HIV healthcare provider can be challenging. Before traveling, Id check in with your local AIDS service organization (check out ASOfinder.com)-- they often...
Official site from Gilead Sciences. Includes educational materials, HIV specialist finder, Aids Service Organization (ASO) Finder and links to HIV advocacy organizations. ...
I agree with Steve. There are many legal groups set up to help people living with and affected by HIV with legal questions. Call your local AIDS service organization if you need legal advice on this...
The only problem with that is that in our legal system, civil lawsuits are not allowed for the "punishment" or teaching of the defendant. Its only purpose is to "undo" the damages. If someone did something that was worthy of being "punished" it would have to be tried in a criminal court. The RIAA tried this and got laughed at (because they could not prove damages were done). So now they are abusing the civil court, and are trying to convince judges and jurys that these massive fines are appropriate. What the judges should do is give a fine that the RIAA would be happy with... then stipulate that ALL of the damages go the the artists (not the labels or the RIAA). When the RIAA refuses, that would just go to show what the RIAA is REALLY about ...
A bail hearing is when a judge decides whether you should either be kept in jail or allowed to go back to the community while your case is in criminal court. After a bail hearing, you may get bail, which is a court order that lets you stay in the community while your case is in the court system. Usually, there will be conditions attached to your bail-and these are rules that must be followed exactly or you might be sent back to jail to wait for your next court date.. ...
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Hey popcorn I had a similar experience, placed in a secure mental institution against my will. From my experience it has to be court ordered for any treatment to be administered, UNLESS, the individual is posing a significant threat to themselves or others in which case several orderlies will restrain the individual while a medication is administered and they will be placed in observation. I only witnessed it never experienced it so the medication I assume is a sedative and possible anti psychotic combination. The "patient" has to be in very poor condition for a court to order treatment. From the perspective of criminal court, If you can understand who the judge is and their role in a basic manner (he decides if you win or lose) and if you understand the possible outcomes of trial (I can win or lose, if I lose I might go to jail) you are deemed fit to stand trial. In my opinion even a delusional and paranoid individual in the midst of a psychotic episode can understand this yet be very incapable ...
In fact, the President had offered a detailed five-point plan for closing Guantánamo. Point 1 involved carefully evaluating each case and trying those detainees in federal criminal court who can be safely tried there (as a number of terrorists already have been tried). Point 2 was to try detainees who have violated the laws of war (including those whose public trial might reveal important secrets) in secret military commissions, like those set up by Dubya, but better conforming to our Constitution. Point 3 was to release the few detainees that our own courts already had ordered released. Point 4 involved transferring to other countries those detainees whom other countries will accept and who can safely be transferred there. The fifth and final point addressed those detainees whom military and intelligence experts find too dangerous to release, but whom neither a civilian nor military tribunal could convict, for lack of good evidence. The President proposed to hold them in indefinite detention, ...