Gagan, Hasan win gold in 50m men’s rifle event

first_imgAce shooter Gagan Narang wins his third gold in men’s pair 50m rifle 3 position, partnering Imran Hasan. This win has taken India’s gold haul to a remarkable 16 in the Commonwealth Games.Narang wins his third gold in men’s pair 50m rifle 3 position, partnering Imran Hasan.He and Imran Hassan Khan score Games record 23-25 points in men’s 50 metre rifle three positions.last_img

3 held for burglaries in high-profile peoples houses in S

first_imgDelhiNew Delhi, Aug 21 (PTI) Three men have been arrested for allegedly burgling houses of high-profile people, including politicians and bureaucrats, in south Delhi, police said today.In the last few months, there was an increase in the incidents of house burglaries in Vasant Kunj area and a police team was formed to identify the burglars.During investigation, the CCTV footages of the area were examined and records of people, who were arrested earlier on similar charges, were scanned, the police said.While searching for some information on the suspects on Google, the team found information about one Siddharth Mehrotra, who was arrested by Noida Police in 2015, the police said.His face and body structure was quite similar with the accused seen in the CCTV footages procured from various houses where he had allegedly committed burglaries, they added.After scanning his Facebook profile and latest pictures, the police found a photograph in which he was seen sitting in a Ford Eco Sport Car during a trip to Leh on July 30.It was found that the ownership of the vehicle was in the name of one Vikas Kumar and after procuring details of the car, the police traced Mehrotra and arrested him on August 15, they said.During interrogation, he revealed that he and his associates used to sell the stolen items to a man, identified as Jitender (29), who was later nabbed from near the Red Fort here.Another accused, Anurag Singh (24), was also arrested and a Chevrolet Cruze car used in crime, 11 stolen gold chains, four rings, eight pairs of earrings, two gold bangles, USD 200, one lakh Indonesian Rupiah, 20 Nepali rupees, one LED TV, Sony Play Station, VR Player, a laptop and Tissot Watch were recovered, the police said.advertisementAfter conducting recce in Vasant Kunj, the accused came to know that in the residential blocks in the area, there is no intercom system between the guards and residents and the vehicles entering the blocks are not checked, said Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Ishwar Singh.Mehrotra, along with his associate Singh, would enter the blocks and park his car in a safe place. They used to target the houses belong to politicians, bureaucrats and senior officers by reading the nameplate on the main door, the DCP said.Mehrotra used to ring the door bell and if people came out, he would say that he had rung the bell by mistake. If there was no response, he would enter the locked house by breaking the door or window and Singh stood outside to keep watch.The police officer said the accused were fond of living a luxurious life and buying branded clothes and also spend the money on high-end gadgets.Mehrotra belongs to a well-educated family and his father is a retired bank official. He holds a diploma in Animation. He had bought a Chevrolet Cruze car from the money earned after disposing the stolen property. PTI SLB KISlast_img read more

SIOUX CITTY POLICE SEARCH FOR STABBING SUSPECT

first_imgSioux City Police are searching for a male suspect they say stabbed four people in an  altercation early Sunday morning in the downtown area.Police responded to the disturbance in the 1000 block of 4th Street around 2:15am.Investigators say an altercation happened between a man and a woman, and the four victims tried to come to her assistance.All four suffered stab wounds from the suspect, who then drove away from the scene.Police say they know who the assailant is, but he had not been located as of Sunday night.The four victims were treated and released from Mercy Medical Center.last_img

Klopp defends Liverpool’s rotation policy

first_imgLiverpool Klopp defends Liverpool rotation policy after back-to-back draws Russell Greaves 09:33 12/16/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(1) Jurgen Klopp - cropped Getty Images Liverpool Jürgen Klopp Premier League AFC Bournemouth v Liverpool AFC Bournemouth The Reds dropped four points in as many days at Anfield, but the manager has no regrets over his team selections Jurgen Klopp has defended his rotation policy after making changes for Liverpool’s back-to-back home draws in the Premier League this month.The Reds were held by Merseyside rivals Everton last weekend and laboured to a goalless draw when West Brom visited Anfield on Wednesday.Having beaten Spartak Moscow 7-0 in the Champions League, Klopp rested the hat-trick hero from that game against the Toffees, as Brazilian star Philippe Coutinho joined compatriot Roberto Firmino – who also scored against the Russians – on the bench. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player They started against the Baggies, but Klopp felt he was justified in affording his leading talents a rest from time to time.”We have to make sure we have as fit as possible players for the specific game,” the Liverpool boss said ahead of Sunday’s trip to Bournemouth.  “We thought and we still think the squad gives us that opportunity. I can understand after two draws at home there is criticism – but they were two completely different games. Against Everton we were unlucky and against West Brom it was not a good game.Klopp on @officialAL20 : “Adam is back in full and normal training. If nothing changed since yesterday then he will be ready for the squad at least.” pic.twitter.com/mBTSWv1yvN — Liverpool FC (@LFC) December 15, 2017 “Even the players I rotate still have two games per week, rather than three games per week.”We had a very important game against Moscow and couldn’t think about anything else. Other teams could rest players for that last round.”The German confirmed goalkeeper Simon Mignolet was set to come back into the starting line-up after a minor ankle problem.He also offered an update on the other fitness concerns in his squad, adding: “Joel Matip is in a good way, running outside, but not available for the weekend. Same for Nathaniel Clyne. Daniel Sturridge we have to wait. Adam Lallana is back in full and normal training. If nothing changed since yesterday then he will be ready for the squad at least.” Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the weblast_img read more

James Wans next to be horror film

first_imgLos Angeles: James Wan is returning to his horror roots with an untitled secret film. Sources tell Variety, the movie will be a project for New Line Cinema, the plot of which is currently under wraps. Wan and Ingrid Bisu came up with the story for the film and the Aquaman director will also produce through the Atomic Monster banner with Michael Clear. The search for a scriptwriter is still on. It is said the filmmaker wants to shoot the movie in late 2019 in Los Angeles and then move into pre-production on the Aquaman sequel next year. The horror project is being independently financed via Starlight Media and Midas Innovation, who will retain distribution rights in China. Wan and New Line have previously collaborated on The Conjuring universe, The Curse of La Llorona and Lights Out. He is also producing the upcoming Mortal Kombat.last_img read more

PM to visit northern BC as cabinet holds retreat amid wildfire crisis

first_imgNANAIMO, B.C. – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his newly shuffled cabinet gathered Tuesday for a retreat on Vancouver Island, under smoke-filled skies amid a province-wide wildfire emergency.Ministers are to discuss plans for the fall sitting of Parliament, including proposals to beef up measures aimed at protecting Canadian elections from foreign interference.But Trudeau’s first order of business was to meet with British Columbia Premier John Horgan, who had toured one of the hardest hit areas in the northern part of the province earlier in the day with federal Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan.“I want to start by saying, obviously, our thoughts are with all the first responders, the firefighters and the residents who are struggling through the wildfires that are raging across the province,” Trudeau said during a brief photo op at the start of his meeting with the premier.Trudeau is planning to take time out from the cabinet retreat on Thursday morning to personally meet with firefighters and evacuees in Prince George.“As a born and raised Vancouver Islander, I was racking my brain trying to think of the last time a federal cabinet would have come to hold a meeting here and I can’t remember it ever happening,” Horgan said.“So, it’s a delight to have the prime minister and his team here.”Horgan also praised the federal government’s response to the wildfires. Seeing different levels of government working together on the crisis, “I think gives comfort to the public that federal, provincial, municipal, Indigenous leaders all coming together, speaking with one voice about the courage of our first responders and the tragedy that’s hitting families and people throughout British Columbia.”He noted that this is the second consecutive summer that B.C. has declared a state of emergency, an unprecedented situation that “speaks to the challenges of climate change, which again are values that we share” with the federal government.Multiple federal departments and agencies, from Environment Canada to the armed forces, are involved in helping B.C. cope with the crisis. And Trudeau has now created a special ad hoc committee of cabinet to ensure that all federal actors are pulling together in the same direction, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said.Trudeau said he and Horgan would also discuss how their two governments are working together on infrastructure projects, housing and protecting wild salmon, “something that is iconic and essential to B.C.’s culture and to B.C.’s economy.”Neither he nor Horgan mentioned the one big issue on which their governments vehemently disagree — the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project to carry Alberta bitumen to tidewater in Burnaby, B.C.The Trudeau government has decided to purchase the pipeline from Kinder Morgan, which backed out last spring, citing continued uncertainty that the project would ever go ahead given the B.C. government’s determination to use every avenue possible to stop it.Dominic LeBlanc, appointed last month to the newly created portfolio of intergovernmental affairs, said the two leaders briefly discussed the pipeline during their private meeting. But he said they concentrated on issues on which the two governments are in agreement.The pipeline dispute could still come up Wednesday, when Horgan is to attend part of the cabinet retreat.Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould, meanwhile, confirmed that cabinet will consider proposals to strengthen Bill C-76, omnibus legislation governing election rules that was introduced last spring. In particular, she said the government is contemplating ways to ensure foreign money is not involved in trying to influence how Canadians vote.“We have to look very carefully at C-76,” Gould said in an interview.“We’re certainly thinking about is C-76 robust enough to deal with the issues that are confronting us. I would say that in many ways it is but there are some things that have been pointed out, that’s what we’re looking at.During the retreat, ministers are to hear from a number of experts in cyberthreats to elections.Ahead of the retreat, Conservative MP Ed Fast issued a statement accusing the Trudeau cabinet of ignoring the most pressing issues facing the country, focusing instead on “how they can further manipulate election rules to benefit the Liberal Party of Canada in the next election.”But Gould noted that the Conservatives themselves have criticized C-76 for failing to do enough to cut off the use of foreign money in elections.“In direct response to some of the things the Conservatives have been talking about with regards to foreign funding in elections, we’re taking a closer look at that to see if there are indeed any loopholes and what we could do to close those,” she said.Gould dismissed Fast’s contention that the Liberals are trying to rig the rules in their favour for next year’s election.“I think all that you can say is that protecting our democracy is a non-partisan issue and that we should all be focused on making sure that we’re doing what we can to ensure the integrity of the process and the integrity of the outcome,” she said.Goodale indicated the government may also beef up Bill C-71, which would tighten Canada’s firearms law with more stringent background checks and new mandatory record-keeping practices for vendors.Toronto city council has passed a motion calling for a ban on handgun sales in the city and Montreal’s council has passed a motion calling for a nationwide ban on the possession of handguns and assault weapons.“We will examine that proposition very carefully, both in terms of effectiveness and fairness,” Goodale said.last_img read more

UN agency unveils new online tool to reduce risks to aircraft in

“The new repository is accessible via ICAO’s public website homepage for representatives from States, airlines and the general public,” the agency said in a press release. “As it becomes populated with submissions, it will provide up-to-date information on potential risks to civil aviation arising from armed conflict.”The move comes in direct response to recommendations made in February by Member States at ICAO’s 2015 High-Level Safety Conference in Montreal, Canada.Under the Chicago Convention, each State is responsible for assessing civil aviation conflict zone risks in their territories, and for making that information promptly available to other States and airlines.“Only authorized State officials will have the right to submit risk information under the procedures agreed to by the ICAO Council,” according to the press release. “In all cases, the identity of the State submitting information to the repository will be clearly indicated, and States being referenced in a risk submission will also have the opportunity to review and approve the related information prior to public posting.”ICAO, a specialized UN agency tasked with coordinating and regulating international air travel, sets rules of airspace, aircraft registration and safety, and undertakes compliance audits, performs studies and analyses.At its February High-Level Conference, ICAO’s member States Member States recommended the adoption of a 15-minute aircraft tracking standard that the agency applauded at the time as an important first step in providing a foundation for global flight tracking.” Concerns over aircraft tracking and risks to civil aviation arising from conflict zones were brought to the fore in the wake of the 2014 downing of a Malaysia Airlines flight MH17over eastern Ukraine, and the disappearance of another Malaysian Airlines flight upon take off from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. read more

Myanmar Displaced Rohingya at risk of revictimization warns UN refugee agency

According to Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) estimates, as of February, some 74,000 Rohingya members were living in camps and makeshift sites in Bangladesh, many in need of adequate shelter before the rainy season starts. “Without proper support, they also face risks such as child labour, gender-based violence and trafficking,” said Shinji Kubo, UNHCR Representative in Bangladesh, in a news release issued by the Office. While Rohingya displacement has persisted for decades, it made headlines last October when attacks on border posts in Myanmar’s northern Rakhine province triggered a security clearance operation that drove an estimated 43,000 civilians into neighbouring Bangladesh by the year’s end. In a report (issued in February) into the violence, the UN human rights wing (OHCHR) had documented mass gang-rape, killings, including that of babies and young children, brutal beatings, disappearances and other serious human rights violations by Myanmar’s security forces. Many witnesses and victims interviewed by OHCHR had also described being taunted while they were being beaten, raped or rounded up, such as being told “you are Bangladeshis and you should go back” or “What can your Allah do for you? See what we can do?” Inter-communal violence, economic hardship driving desperationThe latest findings released by UNHCR in its new report on mixed movements in south-east Asia indicate that more than 168,000 Rohingya members could have fled Myanmar in the last five years. The total number of Rohingya refugees in the region and those internally displaced is estimated at 420,000 and 120,000 respectively. Prior to the recent violence, Malaysia was the preferred destination for many Rohingya. Between 2012 and 2015, an estimated 112,500 of them risked their lives on smuggler’s boats in the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea in the hope of reaching Malaysia, with hopes of finding work in the informal sector. Those who made this difficult sea journey ranged from individuals fleeing the 2012 inter-communal violence in Rakhine to those who grew increasingly desperate amid restrictions back home on their freedom of movement and access to services and livelihoods. However, after regional Governments increased action against maritime smuggling networks in 2015, the route has been disrupted, with no confirmed boat arrivals in Malaysia last year. Furthermore, among those who tried to reach Malaysia overland in 2016, more than 100 – about half of them Rohingya – were reportedly arrested in Myanmar and Thailand. The UNHCR report also explores other routes taken by the Rohingya, including to India via Bangladesh. It notes a steady but slowing stream of arrivals since 2012 numbering at least 13,000 people. “Looking at the declining arrival numbers in India, it is safe to assume that this overland route has not replaced the maritime one,” said Keane Shum of UNHCR’s Regional Mixed Movements Monitoring Unit. “Compared to those who went to Malaysia by sea, the Rohingya in India travelled in larger family units and chose the route as it was cheaper and safer.” A boat off the coast of Myanmar’s Rakhine province. (file) Photo: OCHA VIDEO: Learning to Hope – Virtual reality film in Myanmar (Click and drag within the video to navigate). Credit: OCHAYoung women, girls at particular riskIn addition to analyzing displacement patterns, the report also looked at the situation of Rohingya women and girls in Malaysia, India and Indonesia, using a snapshot of some 85 women and girls. The findings revealed that majority among them were married young (at 16 or 17) and gave birth at an average age of 18. Almost a third of them reported facing domestic violence and many said that while they would like to earn their own income, only a few were doing so despite having skills. Those in India appeared to be more literate and educated, and were more likely to have chosen their own husbands. In contrast, those in Malaysia were more likely to have married someone chosen by their families or by brokers or agents. On its part, the UN agency has been working with host countries on temporary stay and protection of Rohingya refugees, including supporting them to access basic services and legal work to help them become more self-reliant until longer-term solutions are found as well as advocating with the Myanmar authorities for the full resumption of humanitarian access to vulnerable people in northern Rakhine state. “We stand ready to support Government efforts to promote co-existence and address issues related to citizenship,” said UNHCR. read more

Sign in Co Kerry café forbids loud Americans on the premises

first_imgTHE FAMOUS IRISH welcome has finally been worn out, then?The staff of this café in Waterville, Co Kerry are very clear on who they DON’T want on their premises.  Source: Maurice CampbellOh. Well then.Bressie is the latest victim of Ireland’s ‘raucous’ seagulls>Here’s how one Monaghan shop are excellently dealing with useless Garth Brooks merch>last_img

Serie A is harder than Ligue 1 Pastore

first_imgThe new Roma signing spoke after the 3-3 draw between his team and Atalanta on Monday’s Lega Serie A fixtureFor newly signed Javier Pastore, the differences between the Italian Serie A and the French Ligue 1 are big.His Roma team fought back to be able to tie 3-3 against Atalante on Monday’s fixture.But for the former Paris Saint-Germain, this was a very crazy match.“It was a good goal, Cengiz Under gave me a smart cross and the finish went well. Fortunately, we were able to equalize eventually,” Pastore told Sky Sports Italia as reported by Football Italia on Monday night.Rick Karsdorp, Roma, Serie AKarsdorp reveals he had too much stress at Roma Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The Dutch defender has been with the Gialorrossi since 2017, but he has not enjoyed his time in the Italian Lega Serie A.“I think after our goal, we got a bit too relaxed and allowed them to have the ball, but that is something we shouldn’t do.”“We came out for the second half with more intensity and managed to get it back on track. We could even have won it at the end,” he said.“My position is up to the coach, I came here happy to play wide midfield, but well aware that I had often played in a trident attack before.”“It’s certainly harder in Serie A than Ligue 1, the first two games have been such a struggle!” Pastore concluded.last_img read more

3 Strategies for Taking a Bite out of the Booming App Market

first_img Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer 5 min read “There’s an app for that” used to be a tongue-in-cheek slogan in the iPhone’s early days. Now, it’s a fact of life: By 2020, it’s estimated that 6.1 billion people will rely on smartphones. Users will install 210 billion apps between now and then, a trend that will earn developers a collective $57 billion in revenue in 2020 alone.Related: 4 Ways a ‘Data-Driven’ Approach Anticipates Buyer BehaviorApps are quickly becoming a brand imperative. But going after downloads or in-app purchases isn’t enough anymore; those are just the beginning stages of a product’s life cycle. To make apps a part of long-term growth strategies, companies must evolve these products based on users’ behaviors.Every business needs an appThe app industry is big — and getting bigger — but the major proportion of the industry’s usage and revenue are still concentrated among the top 200 apps. Localytics found that 20 percent of apps are used only once. Consumers are far more likely to use Facebook, Twitter and YouTube than spend time exploring more novel smartphone products.A word-of-mouth campaign might draw users to a new app, but what happens when their initial curiosity wears off? If there’s nothing that repeatedly engages their attention, they’ll reopen Instagram or Snapchat, as fresh content from a reliable source will always beat the flashy new thing.Brands can’t rest on their laurels, then. They must constantly iterate on their apps to retain users. But launching occasional updates or announcing minor tweaks once a quarter isn’t enough. “Twenty-five new features” that no one wants won’t have as powerful an impact as the one key upgrade that aligns with users’ expectations and in-app behaviors.People have finite time and energy. They want to know that an app is worth their attention, so companies must make their value propositions clear. Perhaps your company can offer users a coupon for $10 off a new feature as a thank-you for creating their in-app profiles. Such incentives will keep the app top of mind so users return to it often. At that point, brands can track users’ behavioral patterns in order to deliver better customer experiences.Building effective appsCompanies that don’t monitor in-app behavior are taking shots in the dark with their marketing strategies. In contrast, businesses that know how and when customers use their apps can formulate campaigns based on their audiences’ needs. Users will be thrilled by the personalized experiences and become increasingly reliant on the app, as a result.Behavioral data also plays an important role in feature road maps. Your development team might brainstorm 15 cool-sounding functions, but none of those will land effectively if customers aren’t interested in them.Brands can’t know what the best feature set is until they monitor their customers’ patterns. How long do they stay within the homepage feed? How often do they hit “refresh”? Do they go down rabbit holes to discover new features? Or, do they favor the same one or two options over and over again?Here’s how companies can answer those questions and build effective long-term strategies:1. Integrate with an analytics service.Dozens of platforms offer must-have analytics services for any company that’s serious about app monetization. The price points vary from free access to several hundred dollars a month, so there are affordable options for businesses at every level. Choose a solution based on which data types it collects and how deep it can go when gathering insights.Google Analytics, the tried-and-true website standard, works wonderfully with both iOS and Android. It tracks how often users open an app, how long their sessions last and where they are when they’re using it. Google Analytics also records usage flows and button taps. Optimize the customer experience around these insights by creating a more intuitive, customized mobile experience.Related: 3 Mobile Analytics Platforms for Measuring User Engagement2. Transition to feature-rich platforms as the app grows.As the app gains traction, upgrade to more complex services, such as Mixpanel or Flurry. These platforms track in-depth metrics, including the average number of social media friends, frequency of social posts and engagement drop-off points. Deeper analytics go beyond anonymous user data and provide information about behaviors within the app ecosystem.Branch.io enables companies to record the entire customer journey, from the moment users tap an ad in Safari to the time it takes to click download in the App Store. Those data points indicate which marketing campaigns and promotions work.3. Refine the app experience based on user behavior.Behavioral patterns offer raw, real-time customer feedback. Analyze this data to learn which areas draw the most attention and which inspire people to use the app day after day. Invest in the areas that generate the most significant engagement and ROI. People will appreciate the fact that the app both meets their needs in increasingly specific ways and feels customized to their interests.Related: 6 Tips on Getting Customer Feedback and Making It ActionableSuccessful apps depend on great customer experiences. In order to stay competitive in an increasingly saturated world, companies must be ruthless about eliminating unpopular features and responding to user needs. After all, every garden must be weeded so the flowers can blossom. October 10, 2016 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 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first_imgVideo Player is loading.Pierre Qian explains radiotherapy to ablate VTPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:34Loaded: 2.19%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:34 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… 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 Videos | AAPM | July 29, 2019 VIDEO: Trends in Medical Physics at the AAPM 2019 meeting … 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. News | February 25, 2010 MITA Advocates “Reference Dose” in CT as New Safeguard Related Content Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more Video Player is loading.Mark Ibrahim explains what EPs need from CT imagingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 5:23Loaded: 3.08%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -5:23 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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February 25, 2010 – As part of its ongoing commitment to ensuring safe, appropriate and effective medical imaging and radiation therapy, the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance (MITA) announced today a new industry-wide commitment to more expansively address patient safety in medical imaging by including new radiation dose safeguards. A new radiation dose check feature, known as a “reference dose,” will provide an alert to CT system operators when recommended radiation dose levels – as determined by hospitals and imaging centers – will be exceeded. The alert is designed to provide a clear indication to health care providers when radiation dose adjustments made for a patient’s exam would result in delivering a dose higher than the facility’s pre-determined dose threshold for routine use. This dose threshold level at which the new alert will appear will be set by clinicians. MITA said its member companies are ready to work with professional organizations, regulatory bodies, and individual clinicians on implementing this feature and to assist in establishing these diagnostic reference dose values.Moreover, manufacturers said today they are also committed to including an additional safeguard that will allow hospitals and imaging facilities to set maximum radiation dose limits that would prevent CT scanning at higher, potentially dangerous radiation levels. This feature is designed to prevent the use of hazardous levels of radiation that could lead to burns, hair loss or other injuries.“The American Society of Radiologic Technologists supports MITA’s efforts to incorporate a radiation dose check feature on all new CT products. Radiologic technologists are equal partners on the medical imaging team, so the ASRT will work with MITA and imaging equipment manufacturers to make sure medical imaging exams remain safe and adhere to as low as reasonably achievable radiation dose guidelines,” said ASRT President Diane Mayo, R.T.(R)(CT).MITA’s announcement was also applauded by the Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging, which leads the Image Gently campaign to reduce radiation dose to children who undergo medical imaging exams. “We need to ensure that all imaging exams that use medical radiation are performed in the safest way possible,” said Marilyn Goske, M.D., chair of the Alliance and professor of Radiology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. “The safeguards proposed by MITA represent a major step forward in managing radiation dose during CT scans performed on children, who are much more sensitive to radiation than adults.”The MITA plan builds upon existing manufacturer safety measures – including equipment safety standards, protocol development, quality and safety checks, provider education programs and physician-developed medical guidelines – to minimize radiation dose as much as possible and to provide even greater degrees of coordination, transparency and reporting in the delivery of medical radiation.Today’s initiative follows MITA’s recent announcement of its eight key principles to reduce unnecessary radiation exposure and medical errors:· Expanding and integrating appropriateness criteria into physician decision-making.· Creating a national dose registry to ensure longitudinal tracking of dose levels for patients across America.· Adopting a standardized storage of diagnostic imaging information within electronic health records.· Expanding mandatory accreditation for advanced imaging facilities.· Establishing minimum standards for hospital and imaging facility personnel who perform medical imaging exams and deliver radiation therapy treatments.· Developing minimum standards for training and education for hospital and imaging facility personnel and checklists to reduce medical errors.· Expanding and standardizing the reporting of medical errors associated with medical radiation across stakeholders in a manner that is transparent for patients, families and physicians.· Working with stakeholders to develop radiation dose reference values to provide a data point to compare the dose level of a specific procedure. MITA commits to working with other stakeholders to develop the most appropriate way to incorporate this information into manufacturers’ technology.“It is critical that patients continue to have access to innovative medical imaging and radiation therapy solutions that save lives, help people avoid unnecessary surgery and reduce overall health care costs,” said David Fisher, executive director of MITA. “To that end, the imaging community is pleased to take the lead on the dose check initiative to provide new industry solutions while enhancing collaboration among all stakeholders to ensure appropriate use of life-saving medical radiation technologies proven to improve health outcomes and quality of life for millions of Americans.”For more information: www.medicalimaging.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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first_img Thursday, July 28, 2016 << Previous PostNext Post >> Travelweek Group Tags: Peru TORONTO — PROMPERU has launched a new sales app for Canadian agents Dubbed the ‘Peru Sales Companion’, the new mobile app from the Peru Export & Tourism Promotion Board is free for agents to download and makes recommending Peru to clients easier thanks to easy access (no WiFi or passwords required) and easy search and sharing functionality, according to PROMPERU.Plenty of tools are available through the app including maps, fast facts and videos.The app is available on iTunes here: PERU AGENT Mobile Sales Companion – Jonathan Cooper.center_img New mobile app aims to boost Peru sales from travel agents Share Posted bylast_img read more

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first_imgRelated posts:Black Friday in Costa Rica: Half of Ticos surveyed plan to shop Venezuelan company to furlough workers in Costa Rica UPDATED: Tropical storm causes deaths, flooding in Costa Rica and region Government charters flight to bring Costa Ricans home from Puerto Rico Facebook Comments It seemsRoger Waters is coming to Costa Rica, and now Amazon direct delivery, too? What’s going on this week?The sales giant announced the launch of its new Amazon Shopping platform, which will allow international clients to receive their packages directly, according to the business daily La República. In Costa Rica, Amazon customers have been obliged to receive their items at a U.S. shipping address and then resend them to Costa Rica, generally conducted through third party transfers from Miami.More than 45 million products are available on the platform in 25 currencies, including the Costa Rican colón. La República reported that users must simply download the Amazon Shopping app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store, and selection “International Shipping.”last_img read more

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first_img by The Associated Press Posted Jun 16, 2018 2:01 pm PDT Last Updated Jun 16, 2018 at 2:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email ADRIAN, Mich. – A seven-time “Jeopardy!” winner who taught history at a small Michigan college faces up to five years in prison for sneaking into the email accounts of other professors, administrators and students.Stephanie Jass, who taught at Adrian College in southern Michigan, pleaded guilty Wednesday in Lenawee Circuit Court to a charge of unauthorized computer access. Her sentencing is scheduled for July 20.Authorities say Jass logged into other people’s email accounts without permission over a four-day period last year after the college reset everyone’s passwords and assigned everyone the same temporary password. Another professor learned what Jass had done and told school officials The 48-year-old Jass, of Tecumseh, was later fired.Jass’ seven-episode “Jeopardy!” winning streak in 2012 was a record at the time for a female contestant. It was later broken.___Information from: The Daily Telegram, http://www.lenconnect.com ‘Jeopardy!’ winner could get prison for sneaking into emailscenter_img In this Oct. 2012 photo, Stephanie Jass of Tecumseh, Mich., poses at Adrian College in Adrian, Mich. The former “Jeopardy!” winner has been charged with illegally accessing co-workers’ email accounts at a small Michigan college. (Mike Dickie/The Daily Telegram via AP) last_img read more

2017 The birth of a new Paphos

first_imgAs the European Capital of Culture, Paphos enjoyed a great year in the cultural spotlight, says Bejay Browne THIS year I have been overwhelmed by the support from Cyprus and Sunday Mail readers and their readiness to reach out and help those in need.Stories I’ve covered, including homeless people and struggling families, resulted in a huge response from the public.Promoting a culture of caring, inclusiveness and volunteering were of particular importance this year because Paphos held the title of European Capital of Culture, an honour shared with Aarhauus in Denmark.The rainbow flag was raised during Cyprus Pride week at Paphos town hall for the first time, in support of LGBTI rights in Cyprus and was a poignant achievement for equal rights activist Zac Theophanous.It was also in keeping with Paphos’ mission as European Capital of Culture: to send out the message that the values of humanism and culture must prevail in Europe and the Middle East, mayor Phedonas Phedonos said in January.The municipality said it hoped the legacy would be lasting and signify a new era for the town.Paphos has the reputation of being a sleepy town where nothing much ever happens but 2017 was very different. Pafos2017 Open Air Factory presented a programme of more than 300 cultural events and supported a ‘side-line’ of hundreds of others during the year.But has Paphos achieved the heady predictions made ahead of the town’s stint in the cultural sun? Have we created a legacy to leave behind?There will always be detractors and Pafos2017 had its fair share of critics. However, overall, we did really well. There are a number of events that stand out in particular and I will always remember with pride for Paphos.Eternal Voyages with Paphos castle as the backdrop was a major highlightThe opening celebrations in January included a top-notch performance by the Aarhus Jazz Orchestra at Kennedy Square.The evening’s event outside Paphos town hall was spectacular, and held in cooperation with British outdoor specialist event company ‘Walk the Plank.’ The main summer event ‘Eternal Voyages’ at Paphos harbour, was the second collaboration between the two, and was also hugely successful.The event explored the world travellers’ theme and used the castle and harbour as a backdrop to project digital animation and mapping and an impressive fireworks display.Second Nature at the Paphos municipal garden was a popular free offering and saw architects and artists create joint installations which used natural vegetation and architectural structure.Renowned Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota, created a mesmerising installation using red string at the archaeological site of Fabrica Cave at Fabrica Hill, and a successful exhibition of the work of Stass Paraskos, was held at the municipal gallery.Another project, ‘Common Ground’ brought together Greek and Turkish Cypriot school children and the Berlin Philharmonics’ performance at Paphos castle square, which the Pafos2017 chairman Christos Patsalides described as a “great honour”, was hailed as superb.Danse des Cariatides staged by the Compagnie Retouramont, offered an aerial dance recital against a backdrop of Paphos castle, and an outstanding performance by Yamato Taiko Drum Ensemble – Chousousha created a magical atmosphere at Paphos town hall square in one of my favourite events of the year.Another highlight was the true story of how art can trump politics in a bicommunal exhibition at Palia Ilektriki. As one of the main events of Pafos2017, ‘Risky Travels’ highlighted the extraordinary tale of how Turkish Cypriot architect and sculptor, Baki Bogac, found, saved and finally returned the works of a Greek Cypriot artist, Andy Adamos, who had left them behind in Famagusta after 1974.The consensus is that Paphos got it right. In November, the city was hailed as a good example of a European Capital of Culture, by European Union Culture Commissioner Tibor Navracsics at the official opening ceremony of the Cultural Capital of Europe and East Asia Forum in Shanghai.Paphos will now be invited to Brussels to present the city’s good example to new capitals of cultures.The downside was the upgrading works around the town which disrupted traffic and pedestrians for much of the year. Most are now finished and the benefits of the finished project are clear.This facelift, along with the input of Pafos2017 staff, now trained and experienced in planning and executing events, must now be exploited. We need to build speedily on the foundations of our brief moment in the European spotlight.No more excuses, Paphos must prove the cynics wrong. We must shake off an unwarranted mantle of unsophistication create a lasting legacy of which Paphos can be proud of for generations to come.   You May LikeSolar SolutionsCalifornia – New Program Giving Solar Panels to Homeowners With Electricity Bills Over $100/mthSolar SolutionsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoCrossovers | Search AdsBest New Compact Crossovers for Under 20kCrossovers | Search AdsUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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