Twenty-four community organizations and groups are receiving grants to prevent domestic violence. “Domestic violence is a complex issue that affects too many Nova Scotians,” said Kelly Regan, Minister responsible for the Advisory Council on the Status of Women, today, April 29. “What we learn from these projects, along with the deep expertise in our communities, will help build the best plan for addressing and preventing domestic violence.” The grants, totalling $912,000, are part of the work to develop Standing Together, a provincial plan to prevent domestic violence and support victims and their families. A wide range of projects are receiving grants. They include ones focused on addressing domestic violence in specific communities, including African Nova Scotian and Mi’kmaw communities, as well as projects focused on engaging and developing supports for groups such as children and youth, men and boys, girls and young women and women with disabilities. “We welcome the support of the province for our project, Not Just Victims of Family Violence: Our Children, Our Future,” said Shiva Nourpanah, provincial co-ordinator of the Transition House Association of Nova Scotia. “We developed this two-year project in partnership with SeaStar Child and Youth Advocacy Centre at the IWK Health Centre. It will deliver expert, trauma-informed training on working with children who have experienced domestic and family violence to the staff of our member organizations, and put standardized, consistent practices in place across the province.” Eleven of the 24 grant recipients received Standing Together Shift grants, which provide up to $75,000 to help organizations explore, develop and test new ideas for preventing domestic violence and providing support to victims and their families. Thirteen projects received Standing Together Prevention grants. These grants provide up to $10,000 for projects that raise awareness of domestic violence and encourage people and communities to get involved and take action. Research Nova Scotia is administering the grants. The recipients were selected by an independent review committee. For a list of projects receiving grants, please see www.novascotia.ca/standingtogether .
MONTREAL – Four members of the same Quebec family were among the people injured in a recent boating crash in Puerto Rico, a relative said Monday.Vincent Boileau said his father-in-law suffered broken bones and lacerations while his mother-in-law dislocated her shoulder and received a severe concussion after a motorboat struck the family as they were on a night boat tour.Boileau was also vacationing with his wife, his son and his wife’s daughter.His wife and stepdaughter were also injured, but less seriously than his in-laws.“The motorboat was clearly going too fast,” he told The Canadian Press from Puerto Rico. “The boat that hit us jumped onto the deck. The propellers of the motor struck my wife’s daughter, my mother-in-law, and the most damage was done to my father-in-law.”The crash occurred around 9:45 p.m. on July 25, a few minutes after the family, along with other tourists, boarded a tour boat headed towards Isla Magueyes, in Puerto Rico.Boileau’s in-laws were transported to a local hospital by helicopter.While his mother-in-law was treated and released, his father-in-law had to be taken to another hospital to be seen by a surgeon.Boileau said the family waited more than 24 hours for his father-in-law to be seen by a doctor and that he was only treated after they called the Canadian Embassy for help.“Only after the consular official showed up at the hospital did things start to move and they start to take care of him,” he said.Boileau said his family is considering suing the operator of the motorboat and the agency that organized the night tour.He said his stepdaughter has returned to Quebec but that the rest of the family is still in Puerto Rico because his father-in-law is waiting to be cleared by a doctor to travel.
The nation’s top therapy dog, a pit bull named Elle (pronounced Ellie) from Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina who helps teach children about dog safety, reading, and overcoming prejudice and stereotypes – something a pit bull knows too much about – has been named this year’s “American Hero Dog” at the 2013 American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards.Congratulations to Elle the pit bull, winner of the 2013 American Humane Association Hero Dog AwardsElle and her human companion Leah Brewer were presented with the nation’s top honors last night at the star-studded Hero Dog Awards gala at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. The awards are presented by the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation, Inc., broadcast nationally on Hallmark Channel, and produced by Emmy award-winning MRB Productions.Elle is saving lives by teaching children dog safety (more than 2 million children are bitten by dogs each year) and making positive life changes for people by helping them overcome their fear of dogs. Since becoming a volunteer, Elle started a therapy dog reading program called “Tail Wagging Tales,” helping children enjoy books and improve their reading skills. Elle is also making a difference by creating happiness all around while visiting her friends at an elementary school, a middle school, and a retirement home. Elle also reaches out to educate families about being responsible pet parents, sharing stories about her job as a therapy dog, and spreading positive awareness about dogs that are misunderstood, including pit bulls. This year’s therapy dog category sponsor, as well as the online sponsor, is the leading animal health company, Zoetis. Elle’s charity partner, which will receive $6,500 in financial support from the Hero Dog Awards, is the nonprofit organization, Hand in Paw.The sold-out, star-studded awards honoring America’s most courageous canines were hosted at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday by television and movie star Joey Lawrence, accompanied by a galaxy of stars and presenters including Betty White, Jennifer Coolidge, Esai Morales, Ryan O’Neal, Naomi Judd, Pauley Perrette, Lisa Vanderpump, Emmanuelle Vaugier, Bailee Madison, Rico Rodriguez, Brian Baumgartner, Megan Blake, Max Carver, Torrey DeVitto, Matt Leinart, Lauren Potter, Eric Christian Olsen, Ben Savage, Austin Stowell, Chef Michael Voltaggio, Danielle Fishell, Lori Loughlin, Daphne Zuniga, Victoria Stillwell and many more. Popular TV stars Jenni Pulos and Lisa Vanderpump served as Red Carpet hosts. The phenomenally talented Frankie Moreno, who in addition to his many hit records and accolades was named Las Vegas’ Headliner of the Year, provided the lead musical performances with striking and original songs written especially for the awards that brought down the house. Before the show, singer and Billboard recording artist Shara Strand turned in a stirring performance of “I Will Carry You,” which she wrote for American Humane Association, and guitarist Tom Caufield set a sensitive and lyrical tone during the Red Carpet, silent auction and gala dinner.The Hero Dog Awards were created to celebrate the powerful relationship between dogs and people and recognize extraordinary acts of heroism performed by ordinary dogs. The event will be broadcast nationwide by Hallmark Channel on October 30 at 8 pm/7 Central. The 90-minute program will air as part of Hallmark Channel’s Pet Project, the network’s cross-platform advocacy campaign designed to celebrate the joy and enrichment animals bring to our lives.During a nationwide search over the course of six months, 141 dogs from all across the country were nominated and more than a million votes were cast by the American public, culminating in the selection of eight extraordinary canine finalists.“The American Humane Association Hero Dog Awards were created to honor some of the most extraordinary heroes the world has ever known, the very best of our ‘best friends’ – ordinary dogs who do extraordinary things,” said Dr. Robin Ganzert, President and CEO of American Humane Association. “These courageous canines have gone above and beyond the call of duty, saving lives on the battlefield, comforting the ill, aged and afflicted, bringing hope to those who have lost it and reminding us of the powerful, age-old bond between animals and people. Choosing a top dog is difficult because they are all so terrific, but we are proud to announce Elle as the top American Hero Dog for 2013. As an organization that for years has fought breed-specific legislation (BSL), we are also pleased to honor a breed that has been often been unjustly maligned. We hope that Elle’s story will help to underscore the many tremendously positive qualities of this breed.”The winner is chosen through a combination of public votes and voting by a panel of animal advocates and celebrity judges including Victoria Stilwell, Kristin Chenoweth, Candy Spelling, Miranda Lambert, Dr. Marty Becker, Michelle Forbes, Megyn Price, Prince Lorenzo Borghese, Blake Koch, Tara Harper, Jerry Means, Nancy Otte, Michael Hingson, Shara Strand, Maria Milito, and Ashley Rhodes-Courter.Country star Miranda Lambert was awarded the National Humanitarian Medal for her longtime dedication to helping animals in need. In 2011 she and her MuttNation Foundation worked with American Humane Association to get relief to the animals affected by the Japanese earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster. In 2012 she and her foundation sponsored the winning Military Dog category of the Hero Dog Awards. And this year, following the EF-5 tornado that devastated Moore, Oklahoma, she, her foundation, and her family all worked to help our Red Star rescue team save animals in the disaster zone.Source:PR Newswire
President Maithripala Sirisena has appointed a one–man Presidential Committee to investigate the causes that led to the Meethotamulla tragedy.The President has appointed retired High Court judge Chandradasa Nanayakkara to the Committee.
A Sri Lankan crew member of a foreign airline was arrested at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) with gold bangles smuggled into the country.The crew member had arrived in the country from Qatar when he was arrested. He had in his possession 423 gold bangles worth more than Rs.20 million at the time of arrest. (Colombo Gazette)
With more than 70,000 Brock alumni, it’s no coincidence that there are many for whom Brock is a family affair. Calling Brock home is quite natural for Shannon Gill (BBA ’95, BA ’00), the University’s Annual Fund manager. Nine members of her clan have attended Brock for their post-secondary education, and for some, it’s been a journey of multiple and diverse interests.It started with Jim Lennard (BPhEd ’78), Gill’s cousin, who came to Brock to study physical education in 1978. He chose Brock for reasons that brought many of us to campus: the excellent program, small class sizes and the “family like” environment. After graduation, he successfully applied his degree as a high school physical education teacher. After moving to teach in elementary schools, Lennard discovered his other side of the brain – playwriting. What began as writing for school productions led Lennard to the discovery of a passionate hobby and talent.The next family member to come to Brock was Marlene Burden (BA ’88) – Gill’s aunt. Burden was determined to become a teacher and Brock was a natural choice for her. In 1988, she received her diploma in Psychology and Education.Gill and her sister, Linda Ismailos (BA ’90) were next to attend Brock.“I came here for various events while I was growing up,” said Gill. She frequently participated in dance recitals and theatre productions on campus, performing for elementary and high school productions. It was no surprise when the two sisters came to Brock to pursue their degrees in business administration and psychology.Ismailos met her future husband at Brock — Emmanuel Ismailos (BSc ’88), a computer science major. The two exchanged vows a few years later, becoming one of Brock’s numerous “alumni sweethearts.” Following her sister’s graduation, Gill started her four-year business program with a concentration in human resources.Time passed and both sisters came back to Brock: Ismailos for a bachelor degree and master’s in Education and Gill for a degree that engaged the “other side” of her brain: theatre. This was not at all surprising. As students, Ismailos and Gill were highly involved in various clubs and organizations, which made their University experiences special.While taking special interest courses at Brock, Gill met her spouse, Roy Dallmann, in one of Brock’s small seminars. A graduate of the University of Waterloo in mathematics, Dallmann chose Brock to pursue his second degree because of Brock’s unique program in Bachelor of Arts in History and Great Books/Liberal Studies. Starting this September, Dallmann will pursue his education degree with the goal of becoming a high school math and history teacher.Kimberly Rivers (BA ’98), Gill’s cousin, came to Brock for her philosophy degree in 1994. The younger generation is keeping up with the family tradition as well – Jason and Jacquelynne Lennard, Jim Lennard’s nephew and niece, are currently enrolled at Brock, enjoying campus life and their own experiences.With nine Brock alumni over two generations, Gill’s family reunions are filled with Brock stories.“As the family tradition continues,” said Gill, “I’m sure there will be more of us to call Brock home.”It’s no surprise that generations of families have chosen to come to Brock and we want to get to know them. Does your family have more than three members who’ve attended Brock? Describe your Brock family tree and enter to win a prize package that includes a family portrait on Brock’s campus, VIP tickets to alumni events and a special event on campus for your family. Every member counts, whether it’s your aunt, your cousin or an in-law.For more details on this contest — “The Brock Family Contest” — as well as several others, visit Brock Alumni Relation’s contest web page.
Illicit drugs and crime are roadblocks to the rule of law and democracy, a United Nations official said today, urging countries to collaborate to address this threat to stability and development.“In so many ways, illicit drugs and crime and development are bound to each other. If countries are denied the rule of law and justice, development is jeopardised, and societies weakened by the lack of sustainable development can become the staging areas for the criminal networks,” said the Executive Director of the UN Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC), Yury Fedotov, at the opening of the 56th Session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) in Vienna.During the five-day session, more than 1,000 representatives from Member States and civil society, will discuss issues ranging from international cooperation in combating drugs to public health and safety concerns, including the threat of new psychoactive substances.In the area of international drug control, Mr. Fedotov said, “we must also ask ourselves tough questions about whether we have managed to reduce the global drug threat. There are no easy answers.” Mr. Fedotov noted that, in recent decades, the production and consumption of cocaine has declined and the majority of opium cultivation and production is localized mainly in Afghanistan. However, he added that these trends were offset by the rise of synthetic drugs, as well as new psychoactive substances. “The overall prevalence of drug use is not decreasing. Illicit drugs kill more than 500 men, women and even children every day,” he said, adding that UNODC is working hard to respond to these issues by introducing regional and country programmes that deliver assistance where it is needed, building strong partnerships and promoting political commitment at the highest international levels.Providing alternatives to suppliers is also crucial, Mr. Fedotov said, stressing that there can be no successful eradication without complementary alternative development projects for farmers. The response must also focus on the demand side, he said, calling for a balanced approach to deliver real solutions to those in need and to reduce the health and social consequences of drug abuse. UNODC is working in the spirit of the drug conventions to deliver results in the areas of prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and social reintegration, Mr. Fedotov said.“Building synergies between our approaches to law, health and alternative development is a necessity. All of these activities must also be reinforced by a sense of shared responsibility, which we should never allow to be weakened,” he added.This year’s CND session precedes a high-level review of the implementation of the Political Declaration and Plan of Action on International Cooperation towards an Integrated and Balanced Strategy to Counter the World Drug Problem in 2014, which will be followed by a Special Session of the UN General Assembly on the drug problem in 2016.
“The crews have worked together on scene to assess and treat patients approximately 30 people, most of whom have been able to be discharged from scene with advice. Three patients are being taken to hospital for further checks.”Sussex Police supported the paramedics and a spokesman said: “The aircraft was quarantined as a precaution, and all passengers and crew were escorted to a secure location, where they were checked over by the ambulance service.”A Virgin Atlantic spokeswoman said: “A number of customers on board a charter flight from Barbados to London Gatwick this morning reported feeling unwell on board.”The safety and well-being of our customers and crew is always our absolute priority, and local ambulance services attended the aircraft upon landing to provide medical assistance.”We are working closely with London Gatwick Airport and medical teams to offer assistance to customers, and will conduct a full investigation into the circumstances.”A spokesman for Swiss-based cruise line MSC Cruises, which operates MSC Preziosa, said: “We are still investigating what may have caused the illness and we are currently waiting for further updates from Gatwick Airport medical services.”What we do know is that, on MSC Preziosa, no cases of acute gastroenteritis have been reported in the past 14 days.” The passengers are taken to a secure area to be clearedCredit:Phill Brown/Twitter Three people have been taken to hospital after a flight reserved for passengers on a cruise ship from Barbados was quarantined when passengers and crew became unwell. All passengers and crew on a Virgin Atlantic flight were put into quarantine after landing at London Gatwick due to widespread sickness on board.It was a charter flight carrying 448 holidaymakers who were returning home after travelling on the cruise ship MSC Preziosa in the Caribbean.They were taken to a reception centre at the West Sussex airport for medical assessment.Passenger Trevor Wilson wrote on Twitter: “The illness seems to have originated on board ship not the plane. Five members of cabin crew became sick on flight.”He added that the sickness was “mainly a bad chesty cough, possibly chest infection”.The Airbus A330 aircraft was met by the emergency services following an eight-hour flight from Barbados, which landed at 5.25am on Wednesday. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. An ambulance service spokesman told The Telegraph: “South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Trust was called to attend an in-bound flight at Gatwick at shortly before 5am today following reports of a number of passengers and crew feeling unwell and nauseous.”We sent ambulance crews including our Hazardous Area Response Teamand a number of other specialist paramedics to the scene.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedSuspected bandit shot while attempting to disarm PoliceFebruary 6, 2019In “Crime”Parika bed sheet murder: Husband on the run caughtApril 10, 2017In “Crime”Conflicting stories: Crime Chief says Corporal in AK-47 smuggling didn’t escape, ‘on sick leave’March 10, 2017In “Crime” A construction worker who attempted to disarm a Police Officer in his bid to escape was on Saturday shot twice to his body.The 39-year-old man of Back Street Grove, East Bank Demerara who had been on the Police radar for a lengthy period, was reportedly arrested at about 17:30h. At the time, he was found with two unlicensed firearms along with ten live rounds of ammunition hidden at his premises.The gun and ammo found on the suspect’s premisesIn his bid to escape the ranks, the suspect wrestled with officers’ attempting to disarm one of them but was shot in the process.He was taken to the Diamond Diagnostic Centre where he is presently being treated under Police guard.It is also being reported that a female who was present at the time of the arrest was also taken into custody as the Police continue to investigate.
Poland 2016 ← Previous Story POLAND 2016: Denmark and Hungary with “no stress” in Gdansk Next Story → VIDEO: Maqueda knocks out Weinhold Spain and Sweden won the first points in one of two “Groups of Death” at Men’s EHF EURO 2016. Wroclaw has seen two great matches in which Manolo Cadenas and Staffan Olsson together with Ola Lindgren beat two great coaches, Dagur Sigurdsson and Veselin Vujović. Spain outplayed Germany 32:29 (18:15). With stabil Arpad Šterbik (13 saves) between the posts, Spaniards had a good base to build domination in the opening match in Group C.Valero Rivera (7) and Victor Tomas (6) were in the good running and shooting mood while Cristian Dissinger netted six for the Germans, who lost the ground after 28:26 in 51st minute…STATISTICSSweden beat Slovenia 23:21 (16:9) with the last goal by Frederik Petersen who took the advantage of Slovenian pressing in the last 15 seconds of the match. Slovenians began badly, but managed to come back after 18:10 on 20:20 when Dean Bombač put Balkan fans on their feet. However, lack of shooting material in back-line forced Slovenians to manage a lot of technical mistakes in fight with strong Swedish defensive line led by Tobbias Karlsson.This was decisive in the last few minutes of the match. Miha Zarabec had a chance to level result in the last minute, but his weak shot ended on the arm of Mattias Andersson.STATISTICSPHOTO: SLAVKO KOLAR
Lack of a deposit – not interest rate movements – is hurting first homebuyers.A survey by Loan Market has found interest rates were the single least influential factor in whether first homebuyers chose to enter the property market.Saving for a deposit has proven the most common hurdle for first homebuyers. Fifty-two per cent of respondents said a lack of genuine savings is proving the biggest barrier to potential buyers.“While it has been well documented that Australian consumers have been prioritising savings, this has been hard for the first homebuyers,” a Loan Market spokesman said.Source: Broker News Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Des analyses ADN pour lutter contre la pêche illégaleGrâce à des marqueurs génétiques, il devient plus aisé de déterminer d’où proviennent les poissons. Cette méthode permet donc de tracer les poissons et de lutter contre la pêche illégale, comme explique une étude publiée hier dans Nature Communications.Aujourd’hui, la pêche illicite représente jusqu’à 25% des prises de poissons et joue un rôle considérable dans la surexploitation des stocks de poissons mondiaux. Or, si des certificats de capture destinés à réguler cette pêche existent (ils précisent l’espèce et la région d’origine), les moyens de contrôler ces certificats manquent encore. À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?En effet, sans contrôle efficace on se retrouve parfois face à des situations pour le moins suprenantes. Selon Ocean2012, 28% des poissons vendus en Irlande sous l’appellation “morue” sont en réalité du lieu ou du merlan. L’Espagne, quant à elle, n’hésite pas à vendre un tiers de soi-disant “merlu” qui sont en fait une variété de second rang pêchée dans les eaux africaines.Comme l’explique le Pr Gary Carvalho (Université de Bangor, Royaume-Uni), coordinateur du projet FishPopTrace cité par l’AFP, “dans certaines circonstances, en particulier pour les poissons transformés ou cuits, il peut être très difficile d’identifier les espèces, et encore davantage leur origine”. Aussi, avec une équipe de chercheurs internationale, il a développé des outils d’analyse basé sur l’ADN. Grâce à cette méthode, il devient ainsi possible de tracer l’origine du poisson tout au long de son parcours, “du filet de pêche à l’assiette”.D’ailleurs, les scientifiques ont déjà montré l’efficacité de cette méthode sur quatre espèces commerciales européennes menacées par la surpêche : la morue et le hareng de l’Atlantique, la sole commune et le merlu européen. L’origine des poissons a été retrouvée avec une fiabilité allant de 93 à 100%. Au vu des résultats, cette méthode pourrait donc être développée ultérieurement pour les autres espèces de poisson, d’après les chercheurs.Le 24 mai 2012 à 09:37 • Maxime Lambert
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, September 5, 2017 – Providenciales – A change of plans as TCIG today announced that schools will be closed tomorrow and until dangerous Category 5 #HurricaneIrma blows by and the all clear is given. Residents are bracing for the storm which is right now drenching the Lesser Antilles; banks, hardware stores, grocery stores were all buzzing with activity and already merchants were out of items like matches, batteries, lanterns, lumber, sand bags and even water.Once again the forecast track is changed slightly and Irma is projected as of 2pm today to put the Turks and Caicos island chain back into her most ferocious quadrant. The Turks and Caicos was today put on Hurricane Watch by the Bahamas Department of Meteorology and despite the rains and thunderstorms today, these have absolutely nothing to do with Hurricane Irma.The rains, which have been falling sporadically since weekend, will however saturate grounds and make localized and wide spread flooding even more likely.#MagneticMediaNews Related Items:
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#TurksandCaicos, December 12, 201 – Providenciales – The Ministry of Tourism, Environment, Culture, Heritage and Gaming via the Department of Maritime and Shipping, hosted a team from the Maritime and Coastguard Agencies, London, United Kingdom from 4th-8th December 2017. Among the team were Mr. Richard Pellew, External improvement and Assurance, Programme Manager; Graeme Carnegie, External Improvement and Assurance, Programme Manager and Mr. Simon Whitbourn, Solicitor for the MCA United Kingdom.Mr. Whitbourn’s main objective was to meet with representatives from the Attorney General’s Office to gain an understanding of the current state of TCI’s Maritime Laws and also the process for making new legislation. It is the hope that TCIG will benefit from CSSF Maritime Obligation and Contingent Liability Project so that we can draft the necessary legislation that will enable TCI’s maritime laws to be brought up to date and meet our obligations as far as Category 2 Shipping Registry are concerned.The Other team members met with the Department Maritime and Shipping where matters relating to the British Shipping Registry and the enhancement of the department were discussed and reviewed. Further meetings with the Minister and Permanent Secretary responsible for Maritime Affairs were also held. These meetings were fruitful in helping to plot a way forward that would strengthen this sector.On Thursday 7th December and Friday 8th December the team visited the Ministry Office on the island of Grand Turk, the Maritime Grand Turk Division, Parliament members, the Governor’s Office and the Director of Ports Authority to establish agreements with Maritime regulations.The team departed for London on Friday 8th 2017.Press Release: TCIGPhoto caption: (From left to right) Graeme Carnegie, Hon. Ralph Higgs, Hon. Sharlene Cartwright –Robinson, Mr. Richard Pellew and Cherylann Jones Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:
June 7, 2019 California State Senator Brian Jones on revised state budget KUSI Newsroom, 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – In just over a week, Governor Gavin Newsom’s $213 billion budget is due.To discuss the budget as well as his “Are You Kidding Me?” video series is California State Senator Brian Jones.To watch his videos and learn more information, visit jones.cssrc.us. Posted: June 7, 2019 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
SEE RELATED SLIDESHOW: Inside the 2008 Time 100 PartyTime magazine celebrated its Time 100 issue—like all lists, an arbitrary collection of the “100 most influential people” in the world—with a star-splashed, blingy black-tie ceremony last night in Manhattan.The annual event is always a surreal experience—not just in terms of who shows up (last night roughly 40 members of the 2008 list were in attendance). The sheer volume of celebrities in one room presents bizarre comingling opportunities that would appear, at least on the surface, awkward anywhere else (Herbie Hancock with Robert Downey Jr.; Martha Stewart with Rupert Murdoch; Murdoch’s wife with Arianna Huffington; me with … well, anyone). As Stephen Colbert put it at the event couple years ago: “This is cool … It’s the 100 most influential people hanging out and influencing each other.” Last night’s influentials influencing each other included movie and TV stars (Downey Jr., Tyler Perry, producer Harvey Weinstein, 40-Year-Old Virgin director Judd Apatow, the cast of Saturday Night Live including Amy Poehler, Seth Meyers, Fred Armisen, Jason Sudeikis, Will Forte, Kristen Wiig, executive producer Lorne Michaels as well as alums Chris Rock and Tina Fey), athletes (Lance Armstrong), moguls (Murdoch, Martha, Marc Ecko), musicians (Hancock, Peter Gabriel, Mariah Carey), newsmen (Brian Williams), pundits (Bill O’Reilly, Joe Scarborough), neo-geeks-turned-Web 2.0 millionaires (Craigslist founder Craig Newmark, Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales) bloggers (Williams, TechCrunch’s Michael Arrington) and one presumptive presidential nominee (John McCain, whose security detail swept the bathroom a full 10 minutes before the senator from Arizona even knew he had the urge to relieve himself).The evening was just as notable for who wasn’t there: Obama, Hillary, Bush, Putin, Pitt, Clooney, Oprah, Springsteen, Radiohead, Agassi, Bloomberg—all of the 2008 list—were no-shows, as were Miley Cyrus, Muqtada Al-Sadr (shocker!) and the Dalai Lama.The toasts are usually memorable, and last night’s didn’t disappoint: Armstrong toasted a cancer doctor; Downey Jr. choked and fought back tears while toasting his dad for being there for him at his lowest moment. (Downey Sr. then quipped “You’re not my son!”)There’s truly no event like this, at least, not in New York. I’d imagine pre- and post-Oscar parties have more firepower, but I’d bet the cast of A-list characters there aren’t nearly as approachable.Still, for all of the party’s slick production work and behind-the-scene’s effort (think about the logistics of coordinating all of the handlers—and handlers of handlers), the Time 100 issue itself doesn’t sell extraordinarily well (last year’s sold 124,400 single copies, merely the tenth best seller at the newsstand for Time in 2007.)In the end, the Time 100 party is simply a million-dollar branding device the magazine hopes will pay off in terms of future access to world leaders, politicians and celebrities—and luxury marketers, like, say, Swarovski, who had a case of crystals positioned at the end of the red carpet.It’s a clubby business to be in. I just hope I get a real seat next year.
Stay on target SCUF Prestige Falls Short of Being a Must-Have Premium ControllerOrigin PC Ends Console Wars With PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch Combo Case This generation hasn’t exactly been great for the Xbox One. Right from the start, it has waged a losing battle against its direct competitor: Sony’s PlayStation 4. Now, Microsoft’s console faces a war on two fronts thanks to the Nintendo Switch. With the PS4’s dominance and Switch’s rising popularity, the Xbox One is in true danger of losing its #2 position. In fact, if things continue along their current trajectory, the Xbox One will undoubtedly end up in third place by generation’s end.I realize hearing this isn’t something Xbox fans (and especially fanboys) will take lightly. However, given all of the evidence available, it’s the only logical outcome. Anything can happen in the next few years. However, with the way things are going, there is no scenario where Xbox One can manage to get ahead. This is due to several important factors I’ll outline below.Thanks to a reveal event focusing more on media than games, a draconian DRM policy, and a $500 price tag, Xbox One failed to meet the initial success of its predecessor, the Xbox 360. Things improved for Xbox One over time when Microsoft (wisely) dropped the Kinect peripheral, ditched the DRM, lowered the price, and brought Phil Spencer in to run the Xbox division. Still, this wasn’t enough for Xbox One to close the sizeable gap between it and PlayStation 4. The Xbox One isn’t a bad system. Far from it. Unfortunately, it has never been able to overcome its early blunders. A current lack of big-name first-party titles has only exacerbated the problem.A few weeks ago, it was reported that Xbox One has sold roughly 35 million systems worldwide. This number is an estimate. Unlike Sony or Nintendo, Microsoft doesn’t disclose sales numbers for its console. While 35 million sounds like a large number, it actually isn’t, at least compared to PlayStation 4’s 76 million. Sony sells two PS4s for every Xbox One sold by Microsoft. This 2-to-1 gap has remained consistent throughout the generation and it’s only getting wider. PS4 is absolutely destroying Xbox One. There is no conceivable way it will ever catch up, let alone overcome it.Then there’s Switch. Nintendo’s console/handheld hybrid sold 14 million units in less than a year. If Switch continues selling like this, it will surely move 25 million units (or more) by the end of 2018. New installments of Pokemon and Metroid, and Super Smash Bros., will certainly send units flying off store shelves. Going by current sales, it’s easy to see Switch selling 40, 45, maybe even 50 million units by the end of 2019. It’s possible these projections are actually conservative. If we’ve learned anything, it’s to never underestimate the demand for Switch.It’s also important to keep in mind that Switch is the newer of the two consoles. It certainly doesn’t have the horsepower of PS4 and Xbox One, but those systems are seeing their twilight years. Conversely, the Switch still has many good years in front of it. As amazing as 2017 was for Switch, it has yet to truly hit its stride. Like I said, even stating the system will sell 50 million by next year is playing it safe. Unless Nintendo runs into manufacturing problems like last year, there’s nothing stopping the momentum of the console. It’s off to a nice sprint now, but expect it to transition to a full gallop sooner rather than later.Projecting Xbox One’s numbers is trickier. We know it has sold 35 million units since November 2013. If we round that number out to 36 million, that’s nine million consoles sold per year. Xbox One may sell another nine million in 2018, bringing it up to around 45 million. Console exclusives like Sea of Thieves, Crackdown 3, State of Decay 2, and the annual Forza installment could help bolster this number in 2018. Again, it is hard to say since Microsoft doesn’t give out sales numbers for the system.Discussion when a generation “ends” isn’t exactly easy either. Based on current reports/rumors, Sony will launch PlayStation 5 in late 2019. This would signal the official start of the ninth generation of consoles. However, it would not mean the end of the eight. After all, both Sony and Microsoft continued to produce the PS3 and Xbox 360 well into this generation. Going off how long it took Sony and Microsoft to end production of their last-gen systems, it’s likely we’ll see the end of this gen around 2022-2023.As reported by GamesIndustryBiz, analysis from IHS Markit predicts consumers will spend more on Nintendo services than Microsoft (Xbox One) this year. Consumers spent $10 billion on Xbox services in 2018. They spent $8 billion on Nintendo. Nintendo’s sales include Switch, SNES Classic Edition, 3DS, and games (both physical and digital). IHS Markit predicts spending on Nintendo products and services to go over $11 billion this year, while spending on Xbox’s services will dip to $9 billion. The analysts believe Switch will detract consumers from spending on Xbox One and PS4 since those consoles are nearing their end. Switch’s eventual online service should help bolster money spent on Nintendo. Consumers spent over $20 billion on PlayStation products in 2017. Analysts expect this number to drop in 2018, but not significantly.Given everything I’ve outlined, it’s hard to see Xbox One beating Switch or PS4 in the next four/five years. The PS4 is now the name most think of when it comes to gaming. Its #1 place is all but secure, even after the PlayStation 5 gets announced. Switch will continue selling well. It may not catch up to PS4, which will doubtless sell over 100 million by generation’s end. With that said, Switch could pull off an upset and eventually arrive in first place. Microsoft has the Xbox One X, but by the time the more powerful PlayStation 5 hits, the system’s power advantage will instantly evaporate. With a string of must-have exclusives, Xbox One could make a miraculous resurrection. Unfortunately, it would be too little to late for the system. For better or worse, the system has simply lost the console war.Though Xbox One won’t “win” this generation, it isn’t a complete failure of a system. It certainly pleases its core audience. Those who only play on Xbox One still have access to most of the games found on PS4, in addition to Xbox exclusives. On top of that, there are the upcoming Xbox One exclusives we talked about earlier. Let’s also not forget other great exclusives like Ori and the Blind Forest, Sunset Overdrive, Gears of War 4, Halo 5, and Forza Horizon 3 which are still available. If you’re happy with your Xbox One, then having it “beat” PS4 or Switch is unnecessary for your enjoyment. Don’t worry about sales numbers or what PlayStation fanboys say on Twitter. Just have fun with your console.Xbox One lost this generation, but there’s still hope for the brand during the next generation. With PS5 (possibly) dropping in 2019, it’s a safe bet the Xbox Two (or whatever confusing moniker they’ll give it) won’t be far behind. Microsoft will likely correct the mistakes made with Xbox One and build a system focused primarily on gaming and with a plethora of exclusives. It’s probably best for Microsoft to focus on their next system and let Sony and Nintendo duke it out. If they play their cards right, Microsoft’s next system could very well be as dominant as the Xbox 360. That’s a story for another day, however. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant Greg Freiherr has reported on developments in radiology since 1983. He runs the consulting service, The Freiherr Group. A Quandary About Data TransferNonetheless, it is possible to get images – and essential patient data – intact from one facility to another. Mayo routinely does so. Over the last several years, Mayo has exchanged images with its “network care partners” using an Ambra Health “gateway.” Not all facilities, however, are network care partners, said Kotsenas, who chairs Mayo’s radiology IT committee.The parent location of the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minn., where Kotsenas works, attracts patients from around the globe. “And they may be coming from sites that don’t use Ambra Health,” she said.These patients must use other options such as patient portals or different networks for electronic transfer. When these are not compatible, she said, “you are back to the relatively old-fashioned way of doing things — burning CDs.”Kotsenas, an associate professor of radiology at Mayo, is adamant that CDs need to be replaced by electronic transfer. Not only is the technology out of date, she said, but CDs can be lost or stolen, putting patient health information (PHI) at risk. To keep PHI safe, the data must be encrypted. “Which means whoever is on the receiving end has to be able to decrypt it,” she said. This adds another issue to the use of CDs.The answer, according to Kotsenas, is a universal architecture that supports the exchange of images. Over such a network, she said, images could be exchanged like currency on ATMs.The tricky part is getting to that point. Sponsored Content | Blog | Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant | Electronic Medical Records (EMR)| August 07, 2019 | Greg Freiherr, Industry Consultant BLOG: Why Interoperability Is Essential When Transferring Patient Images Interoperability is not a barrier to the electronic transfer of medical images. Rather, it is a necessity. The trick is finding an interoperable system. And that can be difficult.Doing so in the past wasn’t an issue because interoperability wasn’t a factor. In the “old days” of radiology, patient images were analog. Film was the only means of storage and image transfer. In some ways, the old days didn’t go away. They just look different.Film as a storage medium has given way to PACS. And CDs have become the medium for transporting images from place to place. The process surrounding CDs is remarkably like that of film.Thirty-four or more years ago, patients who wanted a second opinion or were transferring care from one facility to another, drove to the hospital or clinic where past images had been taken. They asked – and waited – for their films, then physically brought them to the different facility. A similar process is followed today when digital images are shared using CDs. Related ContentBLOG: Why You Should Not Use CDs To Transfer Patient Images#DitchtheDiskWebinar: It’s Time to Ditch the Disk: Improve Patient Care by Eliminating CDsSIIMCAST: Discless Imaging Exchange Editor’s Note: The next blog in this series will focus on the use of patient portals and how they can help in the transfer of medical images. You can read the first blog in this series, BLOG: Why You Should Not Use CDs To Transfer Patient Images, here. News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more Transferring Images ElectronicallyPatients can forego this process if they have access to an electronic network that supports medical image transfer. Some who see Amy L. Kotsenas, M.D., and her colleagues at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., use a proprietary network that links Mayo to the facilities from which they came. Other patients, however, may not be so lucky. They have to use CDs – some of which cannot be read; some that do not contain the needed images; some that are not brought at all.While interpreting a new study, Kotsenas, a neuroradiologist, said “maybe we see something that looks very serious, but we can’t tell if it’s stable or not. Without those prior images, we are missing parts of the information that we need to be able to give an accurate diagnosis.”This problem can be prevented. The technologies currently exist for doing so. They just are not in widespread use. Interoperability is the answer.Radiology arguably is in the best position of all medical specialties to make this happen. It has developed a mainstay standard, called DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine), which governs the production of digital medical images regardless of equipment vendor.Consequently, CDs might be expected to have few interoperability problems, since they store DICOM-based images. Unfortunately, the standard works best when sending images from one device to another, for example a scanner to a PACS. Trying to put images on a CD and then having those CD images ingested and read offsite can produce errors, Kotsenas said: “To expand, some CDs don’t use DICOM format and instead use non-standard formats; others use proprietary viewing software.” Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. 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News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more Greg Freiherr is a contributing editor to Imaging Technology News. Over the past three decades, he has served as business and technology editor for publications in medical imaging, as well as consulted for vendors, professional organizations, academia, and financial institutions. 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Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J The airline’s first bid in foreign counterpart. Korean Air is reportedly in talks to purchase almost half of CSA Czech Airlines as means of strengthening its European presence.According to reports, the carrier is hoping to acquire up to 44 percent stake in the airline, which would give the carrier a minority stake, while leaving the managerial control to its parent company and largest shareholder, Czech Aeroholding, Asia One New reported.The purchase is the airline’s first attempt to purchase in a foreign counterpart and would expand the carrier’s network with additional European routes outside its reach.Korean Air current flies to 12 destinations in Europe, while Czech operate 26 aircraft and flies to 62 European cities in 41 countries.
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