Sophie-Claude MillerAPTN NewsMost children of Eeyou Istchee – James Bay learn to call geese at a young age.They even compete at it during celebrations.That’s because In James Bay, the Cree Nation still survives from hunting harvests as much as they can.Spring is the season for goose hunting break and it’s not only a few weeks off in the school calendar, it’s also the celebration of a spring tradition for Crees.Many say the hunting seasons are more important than Christmas to them.(Winnie Gull Saganash with her grandsons at the end of the goose break. Photo courtesy: Don Saganash)Most families will leave the community to go hunt at their cabin in the bush on their hunting grounds.Don Saganash says with a lot of pride, ‘’everybody goes to their camps [during the goose break], they go hunting and the community of Waswanipi is going to look like a ghost town,” he said.Johnny Cooper is an Elder from Waswanipi.He was the official translator for the Peace of the Brave negotiations.Cooper spends 240 days a year at his camp located 60km north of Waswanipi, and on the trap line he is responsible for.He said it wasn’t always about hunting geese.Spending time with relatives and showing the cultural Cree way of life to descendants is just as important for most.‘’ To have my grandchildren around with me, take them and show them how to hunt for goose break, show them everything, what I can do, go for boat rides and kills some ducks too, ‘’ mentions Don Saganash when asked what his favorite part of goose break is.(Victor Saganash with the geese taken during the break. Photo courtesy: Don Saganash)If the Goose break is very significant today, it wasn’t always the case in Eeyou Istchee.‘’The main activity was any fur bearing animal. Because at that time Hudson Bay and the different associations that were buying furs were after, so that was the main activity of the Crees at that time, ‘’ said Cooper.The Elder also explained that goose break was not a set date.It’s used to be whenever people saw them – that’s when they went hunting.But children started going to school and the goose break was born.“Goose break was initiated in the calendar of the Crees when they began to have their own schools, that’s how goose break came about, ’’ said Cooper.Traditionally, in the Cree lifestyle, the ladies cook and the men start to hunt at quite a young age.(Goose is cooked slowly over an open for hours. Photo courtesy: Stanley Saganash)It isn’t rare to see elderly women that never shot a gun and men that have started to shoot since 9 years old.In 2019, the roles can change.Don Saganash wanted to show his daughter to be autonomous in the bush.‘’My daughter, she really likes to hunt, anything, when she kills something she’s, she’s going to butch it. Once I show her how to do it, she is going to do it.“She doesn’t need a man, ‘’ he said laughing.Goose meat is cooked slowly over an open fire with the sigabon traditional technique for at least six hours.“By the fire, rope and around the stove like, we twist it around like that, because we didn’t have no oven stove, we had to cook them around the fire, ‘’ said Winnie Gull Saganash.The goose and moose hunting, as well as fishing are not close to go extinct according to the community members.“We still hunt and trap a lot, for those who say that’s dying off, I don’t think it’s dying, I don’t think people are just going to stop fishing one day and not eat fish, ’’ said Cooper with a big firstname.lastname@example.org@sophieclaude read more
Rabat – Morocco’s consumer price index (CPI) recorded an increase of 0.1 percent in January 2018 compared to the previous month, with the highest increases in CPI recorded in Rabat at 0.8 percent, according to a note published by the High Commission for Planning (HCP).The rise in the national consumer price index results from the 0.5 percent increase in the non-food products index and the 0.5 percent drop in the food products.The decline in food product index observed between December 2017 and January 2018 mainly concerns vegetables, which experienced a 4.5 percent price drop, fruits at 2.0 percent, meat at 0.6 percent and fisheries at 0.3 percent, according to the same source.Meanwhile, prices increased by 0.4 percent for coffee, tea, and cocoa and by 0.2 percent for milk, cheese, and eggs. For non-food products, the increase mainly concerned the prices of tobacco, witha rise of 10.7 percent; fuel, which recorded an increase of 0.6 percent; and miscellaneous services at 21.8 percent.The increase in cigarettes and cigar prices precedes a rise in the VAT imposed by the government, in accordance with the provisions of the 2018 Finance Act.While the prices of fuel increased in January, their prices have declined this month. Diesel dropped approximately MAD 0.17 and MAD 0.15 for gasoline.Rabat recorded the largest increase at 0.8 percent, followed by Laayoune and Safi at 0.5 percent, Fez at 0.4 percent and Casablanca at 0.2 percent.On the other hand, decreases were recorded in Dakhla at 1.2 percent, in Guelmim at 0.5 percent and in Agadir, Oujda, Settat, Beni-Mellal and Al-Hoceima at 0.3 percent.Compared to January 2017, the consumer price index has risen by 1.8 percent in January 2018. This is the result of 2 percent increases of the food index ofand non-food product increases at 1.3 percent. read more
14 August 2007Lebanon’s people cannot afford the “fractious political atmosphere” that has emerged during the past year to continue, a senior United Nations official warned today, urging the country’s leaders to prove that they can overcome their differences and serve national interests rather than the agenda of the parties. Geir Pedersen, the UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon, used the first anniversary of the end of the war between Hizbollah and the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) to caution that the country’s future economic and social progress was being jeopardized by the political deadlock. In a statement which appeared in several Lebanese papers, Mr. Pedersen said “this stalemate has given rise to new dangers. The atmosphere of political division quickly gave way to clashes in January of this year, which turned deadly. More worrying has been the resurgence of sectarian language in many circles.” A new president will have to be elected in the coming weeks and Mr. Pedersen said “this event represents an opportunity” for the leaders of the country’s ruling majority and opposition to rise above their recent disputes. “It is high time that discussions focus on programmes and ideas that address issues of national interest, rather than narrow party agendas,” he said. The Special Coordinator stressed that the responsibility lies with the Lebanese themselves to sort out their differences and determine the path ahead. “There are a number of initiatives to assist the various parties to come together in dialogue and reach mutually acceptable solutions, both on the presidency and the composition of the government. “These efforts will continue, and will be supported to the utmost extent possible by the Secretary-General of the United Nations. In all cases, the emergence of two competing governments must be avoided.” Mr. Pedersen also said that Lebanon has made positive but incomplete progress in its reconstruction since the war ended, and that much more work is needed, as well as to ensure a sustainable ceasefire and not just a cessation of hostilities. “Israeli overflights into Lebanese territory will have to stop and Lebanese borders properly secured to prevent arms smuggling. The issue of the Shaba’a Farms is under close study and solid progress has been made towards a provisional determination of the geographical extent of the area.” “Similarly, negotiations to bring about the release of the two Israeli soldiers [captured just before the war began], as well as of Lebanese prisoners, are ongoing, and will hopefully bear results in the near future.” Mr. Pedersen’s comments were echoed by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who told reporters today at UN Headquarters that it was vital to restore Lebanon’s political and social stability so that its people could enjoy greater economic prosperity. He called on Lebanese political leaders to ensure that their dialogue with others is as inclusive as possible to promote reconciliation between the country’s different groups. read more
The Duke of Sussex’s tour of Australia reached new heights on Friday as he and three Invictus Games competitors climbed the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.Under sunny skies, Harry swapped the New South Wales standard for the Invictus flag at the top of the bridge, which sits 134 metres above the water.After a morning in which he and his wife, the Duchess of Sussex, went barefoot on Bondi Beach, the Duke took 13 minutes to ascend the 464 steps to the top of the bridge along the east side, before crossing the central walkway to raise the flag.Among those joining the Duke and Prime Minister Scott Morrison at the summit of the bridge were three Australians who will be showing what they are made of at the Games, which open on Saturday.The replacing of the New South Wales flag is a rare event on the Harbour Bridge – the Aboriginal flag is flown on Australia Day and occasionally other sporting achievements or terror attacks are commemorated in this way. “She said a really beautiful quote. She said ‘flattery and criticism run through the same filter’.”She said it was very freeing that she no longer has social media.”Meghan ‘loving’ first experience of AustraliaChatting with another group of surfers, the Duke said he had never waxed a board before, so he and Meghan both had a go.Grant Trebilco, who founded the One Wave group, said the couple had been ‘so nice, so friendly’.He said: “They were so open. Harry said asking for help was not a sign of weakness but a sign of strength. We need to talk about this stuff. No matter what you are going through you don’t have to do it alone.”As she left, Meghan told the group that she was ‘loving’ her first experience of Australia. “It is so great to be here,” she said. The couple nodded as Tahlia added: “The younger you get your children educated on things like this, the easier it is for them to grow up and be aware of it and make a difference.”“Kindness and empathy lacks big time in the world,” Harry said. “It’s so great you are passionate about all of this.“You realise this is the generation that’s going to make all the difference?”Later in the morning, the Duke and Duchess were introduced to teenage boys and girls from the In League In Harmony project from the NRL, which aims to unite young people from diverse communities to be “advocates for positive change in their communities”. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex on Bondi Beach during their visit to Sydney on the fourth day of the royal couple’s visit to AustraliaCredit:Dominic Lipinski/Reuters The Duchess of Sussex talks to students on a visit to Macarthur Girls High School Credit:Phil Noble/Getty The Duke of Sussex gives a thumbs-up as he climbs Sydney Harbour BridgeCredit:RICK STEVENS /Reuters The Duke of Sussex hugs fellow climber Gwen Cherne Credit:Dominic Lipinski/Getty Charlotte, 35, said: “Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag. She said she was up at 4.30am this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn’t sleep. It’s a bit of a double whammy for her, she said, as she has both the baby and jet lag to contend with.” pic.twitter.com/HMaOLtXdOz— Hannah Furness (@Hannah_Furness) October 18, 2018 The Duke was not alone on the climb – although his pregnant wife did not make the engagement – with three representatives from Team Australia and an ambassador Gwen Cherne ascending to the summit. The couple spent around ten minutes listening to the experiences of other members of the group and sharing their own, laughing and putting their arms around each other. Dabriella Quayle, 37, said afterwards: “Oh my goodness, they were just so real, so relatable. They shared their own experiences, which was amazing. Mr Rudland said: “It wasn’t the one Harry gave me, so I mentioned it to him. I said ‘Well dude, I actually lost it’, and he was like ‘Really?’ So we had a laugh about that.”Royals pay surprise visit to schoolIt followed a morning in which the Royal couple spent time barefoot on Bondi Beach and paid a surprise visit to Macarthur Girls School. During the visit to the school on the fourth day of their visit to Australia, the Duchess of Sussex told how her upbringing at an all-girls school and her first job of “taking out the trash” made her the person she is today.The royal couple, who visited Macarthur Girls School , spoke to teenagers about equality with the Duchess saying she felt “emotional” hearing their passionate views.The Duke, who is now said to identify as a feminist, told the girls he wants men to add their voices to the fight for equality.“Men can help as well by getting involved, we have to,” he said. “We need to get men’s voices involved as soon as possible.” As one young man told the Duchess about his part-time job, she said: “My first job when I was 14, I remember taking out the trash, all sorts. It gives you a good work ethic, right?”The Duchess did not specify which job she was talking about, but she is known to have worked in Humphrey Yogart, a frozen yoghurt store in her native California, at that age.She joined groups of students from across different schools in Sydney who have been introduced via the programme, which teaches them: “Everybody belongs.”“It’s so important,” said the Duchess. “All these people you know of in your neighbourhood, now you know them and you’re united.“You’re proud of where you’re from, you can champion where you’re from and make people see it for what it is.” Sitting separately, with a mixed-sex group each, the couple listened to young people’s experiences growing up in Australia, and day to day lives. Ms Oakes also spoke to Meghan about the dangers of social media, and its effect on young people’s self image. “You guys all remind me so much of myself when I was growing up,” the Duchess, who has been a long-term advocate for women’s rights, told 14-year-old girls. “I went to an all girls school which was incredibly diverse as well.“I think being around such empowered young women, it becomes something that you all just grasp onto to understand your world.“It’s made you confident, well-spoken. You have an intention set to really do something to change the world, and you have to keep it up.“It makes me so emotional. You’re doing really, really good work and I’m so happy that we’re here. We give you our full support.”“Don’t stop,” the Duke reiterated. “Get more people involved, guys as well.” Mrs Cherne, whose husband served in Cambodia, Afghanistan and Iraq and took his own life in February this year, shared a hug with Harry after the climb was completed.She said: “I think they (Harry and Meghan) provide this beacon of hope and light for so many. They’re touching, they’re shining that interest on the Games, and that shines light their service and that shines light on the sacrifices their families make. The Duke, sitting with a second group of youngsters, joked that he was “clinging onto my youth at the age of 34,” saying he now looked to the younger generation for inspiration.“We’re so lucky that wherever we go in the world, we’re finding young people like you guys. This sweeping wave of kindness and optimism and empathy that seems to be lacking in some of the previous generation. You guys get a kick out of that, right?” The Duke, right, on Sydney Harbour Bridge Credit:Phil Noble/Reuters His wife, wearing a blue Roksanda outfit after changing out of her long, casual Martin Grant dress that she had worn to Bondi Beach earlier, told students that their projects, including making boxes of supplies for women in need, made her proud. “It was purely a joke and then I put it in my bag, we went on with the festivities and it went missing.”The Invictus Foundation sent another medal to replace the lost one. She has long been known as a fan of yoga, regularly attending classes while working as an actress in Toronto. Her mother, Doria, is a trained teacher.Charlotte Connell, 35, who is 23 weeks pregnant, is the mother of Finn Little, two, who gave the box of leis to the couple. The Royal couple arrived at Macarthur Girls School on Friday morning, where their “surprise” appearances turned out to be the worst-kept secret on campus.As Gladys Berejiklian, the Premier of New South Wales, teased them about being overexcited to see her, the teenagers fizzed with anticipation until the Duke and Duchess were finally introduced.Then, cheers and excited screams filled the air as they walked outside to meet the well-behaved girls, who had been sitting neatly for assembly.Invited to sit on a park bench in the centre, the couple watched a ballet-inspired dance performance from students to the song “Power of Love” before heading inside for the workshops.Before they left, students from the In League In Harmony group gave Harry and Meghan an NRL Indigenous All Stars team shirt each, and a 2019 official game ball for the Sussex baby. Duchess talks of getting up at 4.30am to do yogaThe royal couple visited the school after spending some time on Bondi Beach, where the Duchess of Sussex revealed she had been getting up at 4.30am on her royal tour to do yoga, telling fellow aficionados it is “so good for healing your mind”. The Duchess, who is pregnant with her first child, joined surfers and yogis for a session focused on improving mental health through outdoor exercise. “I was humbled by the opportunity to spend that time with him and grateful for all he his doing given his place in the world.”Peter Rudland, who deployed to Cambodia, twice to Iraq, twice to Timor Leste and Afghanistan, and will compete in the cycling and wheelchair rugby, shared a joke with the Duke during the climb.“I was the Australian co-captain last year so we had a chat about that.“Harry gave the captains an Invictus coin and at the time he gave it, I made a joke saying ‘I’m going to love this but knowing me I’ll probably lose it’.” The colourful event, known as ‘Fluro Fridays’, is run by a surfing group called One Wave and is intended to foster an atmosphere where others can open up about their own mental health issues. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex make friends on Bondi Beach in SydneyCredit:Samir Hussein /Wireimage Teachers explained that the girls have been taking an “integrated course” on top of their usual studies, to give them “21st century capabilities” including creativity and critical thinking, with “a core focus on making a change in local communities”.One project saw them make boxes of supplies to donate to vulnerable women via police stations and refuge centres, while another saw them create notebooks to pass forward for students to write about the women who have inspired them. “Harry said seeking help was the best thing he had ever done. He was really open and honest. He said it doesn’t matter who you open up to, they don’t have to be professional. Anyone can be there for you. It could be your best mate or a stranger. You just need to open up to them.”Duchess discusses dangers of social mediaThe Duchess also spoke of how “freeing” it has been to leave social media behind for royal life.Jessina Oakes, 26, who lives near Bondi Beach, said she had raised the topic of self image online with Meghan during a discussion following the yoga session.”She mentioned that she practises yoga,” she said.”She said it helps ground her and she tries to find the time to make it part of her daily routine.’ The Duchess of Sussex waxes a surfboard as she joins participants of Fluro FridayCredit:Paul Edwards/Reuters The Duchess of Sussex reacts during her visit to Macarthur Girls High SchoolCredit:Phil Noble/Getty The Duke and Duchess of Sussex watch a performance during their visit to Macarthur Girls High School Credit:Phil Noble/Getty The royal couple meet a local surfing community group, known as OneWave, raising awareness for mental health and wellbeing on Bondi Beach Credit:Dominic Lipinski /PA After watching the “Fluro Friday” session, the couple went on a public walkabout on South Bondi Beach.Lifeguard Jake Nolan, who has previously met Harry on Bondi Beach, said: “He said that he’d met us before – he came by the tower. “We had a bit of a laugh because last time he was here, he was out for a run and he said ‘Last time I was a bit sweaty when I met you’. “We got them a little lifeguard uniform, mini shorts, mini shirt.”Keep up to date with all that’s happening in the Royal family by signing up to our weekly newsletter, Your Royal Appointment Discussing mental health with the royal couple, she disclosed they had shared their hopes that their baby “will be growing up in a world where it is OK to talk about mental health, and it is OK not to be OK”.“He [Harry] said everyone has experienced mental health, it is not just the guy in the straitjacket on the edge of society,” she said.She added that she and the Duchess had shared their experiences of being pregnant.”Meghan told me that pregnancy was like having jet lag. She said she was up at 4.30am this morning doing yoga in her room as she couldn’t sleep. It’s a bit of a double whammy for her, she said, as she has both the baby and jet lag to contend with.” Coincidentally, one pupil had written about the Duchess long before the royal visit had been announced.Tahlia Ohenhen, 15, told the Duke and Duchess how another group had created picture books to teach younger children about poverty and encourage them to treat those less fortunate with kindness and empathy.Describing how they had written and illustrated it, she told the couple: “We were able to put the book together, create it, get it finalised and get it published… I mean printed, sorry.”“That [getting it published] is the next step,” the Duchess told her, as the girls laughed. “It’s very clever.” read more
Voters on International Handball Federation website (www.ihf.info) decided that Svetlana Ceca Kitic and Ivano Balic are the Best handball players ever! In ladies competition, former Yugoslav captain, Svetlana Kitic (50), who is now living in Belgrade, where she managing famous HC Radnicki, beated other candidate very convincingly with 84% of all votes. Behind her was Anja Andersen (Denmark) with 14% and less had Waltraud Kretzchmar (Germany) and Sinaida Turtschina (USSR – Ukraine).In Male competition 11.000 voters gives honour to fantastic Croatian, Ivano Balic (31), who got 48,7% of all votes. Behind him is placed French Superstar, Nikola Karabatic (26) with 33,7% votes, in front of Talant Dushejbaew with 16% of votes.Congratulations for the Winners. ← Previous Story Velimir Kljajic died at 65 Next Story → Petar Metlicic two seasons in Celje PL! read more
SERIOUS CONCERN HAS been expressed over staff shortages in Emergency Departments, following a survey that suggests the problem will worsen after July.A recent medical staff survey by the Irish Association for Emergency Medicine (IAEM) confirms ongoing shortages of medical staff in the country’s Emergency Departments (EDs), the association has said.It said that the worst shortages are at the middle grade level (senior doctors at a grade below Consultant), while the experience of departments in attempting to recruit medical staff for July 2013 to January 2014 (the next contract period for NCHDs [non-consultant hospital doctors]) suggests that the problem will “greatly worsen” after July. There is a genuine risk that EDs will not be able to fill enough of their posts to continue to provide current levels of service. There is a real prospect therefore of certain EDs being obliged to reduce their hours of service.The IAEM said that for many EDs there is a likelihood of fewer doctors on duty, which could lead to increases in waiting times and increased risk for patients. It is not just EDs in smaller hospitals that are at risk, as it is likely to significantly affect many larger hospitals, it added.There are also increasing difficulties recruiting Consultants in Emergency Medicine (EM) around the country. “At the same time as new entrant Consultant salaries in Ireland are cut, other countries are offering very heavily incentivised packages to attract suitably qualified Irish doctors to staff their EDs,” said the IAEM.The association said that unless the problems that make a career in EM in Ireland “so unattractive” are addressed, the staffing shortage will inevitably worsen. They warn this may lead to a downward spiral where current Consultants in EM consider relocating to other countries.Read: New ‘Ward Watch’ figures show increase in patients placed in wards> read more
The Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and Industry (HACCI) hosted a luncheon on Tuesday 31 July at the Press Club in Melbourne in honour of the Hon Mr Simon Crean MP, Minister for Regional Australia, Regional Development and Local Government and Minister for the Arts, in appreciation for his support of the Greek Australian community over many years. Attending the HACCI Luncheon were Consul General for Greece in Melbourne, Ms Eleni Liainidou; Mr Nicholas Mylonas, President, HACCI; Mr Bill Papastergiadis, President, Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria; Mr Harry Stamoulis, Chairman, Hellenic Museum; Ms Helen O’Neil, Advisor to the Minister for the Arts; HACCI Board members and members of Greek Australian business and community organisations. Mr Mylonas thanked Mr Crean for being a “great Philhellene” over the years and for supporting the Greek Australian community. Mr Papastergiadis also thanked Mr Crean for his, and the Federal Goverment’s, financial support for the construction of the Antipodes Centre for Greek Culture, Heritage and Language in Melbourne, which is to commence later this year and presented Mr Crean with a commemorative plaque. Mr Crean appreciated the recognition bestowed upon him and acknowledged that the current bilateral trade between Australia and Greece is comparatively low with other countries. He added that there are real opportunities for Australia to increase trading opportunities with Greece for the betterment of both economies and in particular the Greek economy. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram read more
Dans l’urgence, l’homme recourt aux mêmes stratégies cérébrales que le singePubliés récemment dans PNAS, les résultats de tests menés par des spécialistes du cerveau du CNRS montrent que l’humain et le macaque, confrontés à des images ultra-rapides, utilisent les mêmes processus neurosensoriels et comportementaux, héritage partagé de leur évolution en grande partie commune.D’un côté, 11 volontaires humains, de l’autre, 2 macaques entraînés. L’épreuve : relever, sur des images n’apparaissant que 5 centièmes de seconde, la présence – ou l’absence – d’un animal quelconque, et ce dans un décor naturel (forêt…) ou bien incongru (bureau…). Logiquement, les premiers devraient afficher presque 100% de réussite – en faisant appel à leur capacité d’abstraction et de catégorisation supérieure –, loin devant les seconds. Il n’en est rien.À lire aussiMini-cerveaux, “gène homosexuel” et allergie, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 31 aoûtDenis Fize, Maxime Cauchoix et Michèle Fabre-Thorpe, du Centre de Recherche ‘Cerveau et Cognition’ (CerCo) du CNRS/Université de Toulouse, qui ont conduit cette expérience, ont constaté que les deux espèces avaient des scores très proches : 80% pour les hommes, 70% pour les singes. Avec, pour tous, la même baisse de performance lorsque le contexte de l’image n’était pas cohérent avec son sujet central.C’est qu’hommes et macaques, dans ce contexte d’urgence, font appel à la même stratégie cognitive : la “catégorisation visuelle super-ordonnée”. Cette capacité à généraliser et abstraire les données visuelles, éloignée des stratégies ‘simplistes’ telles que la ‘statistique générale’ des images, est vraisemblablement permise par des réseaux neuronaux similaires. Un nouveau point commun que possèdent les deux espèces, qui partagent une large partie de leur patrimoine génétique. Le 15 mai 2011 à 19:32 • Emmanuel Perrin read more
1. Summit has a fairly large data division that collects all the information related to benefits, insurance plans, various kinds of investment activities. I’ve been looking into ways we can not only federate the audience data across all the brands that Summit has, but I’ve been looking at how the data can be appended into the audience database that we’re building to enhance the value not only from an audience/marketing perspective, but back to the data product guys to enhance the value of their offerings. 2. On the audience/marketing side are ways Summit can create aggregations in key audience markets to cut across brands. The brands here have strong identities, which serves them very well from sales and edit perspectives; but that’s meant that how they’ve gone to market from an audience perspective has been a little siloed. We’ve been thinking about ways we can attack the market in a more unified way.3. I’ve been looking at infrastructure. Does the email marketing campaign structure support what we’re going to be trying to do in business? Do we have the tools in place to intake the store, manipulate the data in the ways we need to? In places where we don’t need to make big tech investments, how can we drive revenue in a relatively short time by being smarter about how we use the data we already have? FOLIO: Did Summit have any similar positions in place before you joined the company? PW: There have been very senior database marketing people in the company, but previously, there wasn’t a position that had a charter as broad as this, thinking across all the divisions of the company. FOLIO: What’s the strategy behind the creation of the new database? How will it be organized? In the changing scape of b-to-b media, publishers are stepping back to better assess business models and weighing sorely needed updates to strategies, tools and internal teams. In some cases, companies are bringing in new talent to do so. Peter Westerman, formerly SVP of audience marketing with Ziff Davis Enterprise [ZDE], joins former ZDE CEO Steve Weitzner at Summit Business Media in the new role of chief audience officer. Here, FOLIO: speaks with Westerman about his new position, how his experience is informing it and what surprised him the most upon beginning with Summit.FOLIO: When you started with the company, what did you need to take stock of? What do you see as your top priorities with Summit?Peter Westerman [PW]: There were three things that I started focusing on; the headline over them all is identifying opportunities across the company in a relatively short period of time. I thought by better leveraging audience/marketing activities across the company, we could drive incremental revenue growth. The three are: PW: We’ll be building more than one. Based on my takeaways from how the markets are structured that Summit serves, likely we’ll have at least two, and possibly a third.The key is not so much segmentation by brand in the databases; there’s a very clear station between the kinds of activities that require us to have deep data on an individual person vs. data on a firm or organization. One of the fundamental ways the Summit databases will be different then the ones we built at ZDE is we’re spending a lot more time understanding the organization-wide information we need to maintain in the database. We have specific things that we want to know about the way large, mid-size and small companies engage with financial companies, insurance companies, etc.FOLIO: ZDE was very tech-focused, supplying staff with ample opportunities for utilizing update information. Is there this type of opportunity at Summit?PW: When you look at the relationship of financial advisors and insurance agents to the companies that produce insurance products, annuity products or 401k products, it’s actually very similar to the way technology companies sell technology through the reseller channel. The suppliers are needing to recruit resellers, the resellers need continuous training in new products; these are regulated markets, so there’s constant changes: healthcare regulation change, a lot of change regulated to financial services as a result of Wall Street events. Summit is a company that is a little bit of a wolf in sheep’s clothing. From the outside, it looks like a very traditional trade publishing shop; but because it has such deep assets in its data division, in many ways it’s an information company. There’s tremendous opportunity to bring the branded media assets with the data products and do some interesting things. read more
News | June 17, 2008 Medline Launches Hand Hygiene Compliance Program for Healthcare Facilities June 18, 2008 – In an effort to spark a change in healthcare professional hand hygiene practices, Medline Industries Inc. launched its Hand Hygiene Compliance Program (HHCP) to hospitals and healthcare facilities at the 35th Annual Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology Educational Conference in Denver.”Most healthcare-associated infection (HAI) is spread by direct contact, especially via the hands of health workers, and data continues to support hand hygiene as the single most important way of reducing such infections,” said Infection Prevention Advisory Board member Linda S. Johnson, MS N, RN, CIC, infection control manager for the University of Missouri. “This program will be an important part of a healthcare provider’s strategy to improve patient outcomes and reduce hospital costs related to HAI.”As the number one defense against healthcare-acquired conditions, it is estimated hand washing alone could prevent 20,000 patient deaths per year. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are more than 2 million HAIs annually in the U.S., resulting in an estimated $30.5 billion in additional healthcare costs and more than 100,000 inpatient deaths. The federal Medicare program recently announced that beginning in October 2008 it will no longer reimburse for extra costs associated with certain types of HAIs acquired while the patient was receiving care, giving hospitals and healthcare facilities even more incentive to implement prevention measures such as hand hygiene compliance.Studies have shown, however, that despite being a proven effective practice, hand hygiene compliance among healthcare workers is poor, with the World Health Organization reporting an average compliance rate of 40 percent. Skin irritation and dryness caused by frequent hand washing with soap and water, as well as inadequate understanding of hand hygiene guidelines or protocols, is the most often cited reasons for noncompliance. Medline said its HHCP addresses these issues by combining its best-in-class products for improving skin condition and clinician-reviewed education to improve hand hygiene compliance while dramatically improving the skin condition of healthcare workers.The regular use of products that help prevent skin irritation appreciably increases compliance to hand hygiene standards, which in turn contributes to lowering the nosocomial infection rate, the company said. All three Medline products in its HHCP product bundle are clinically proven to nourish dry skin, including Sterillium Comfort Gel hand antiseptic with moisturizing technology, which delivers an alcohol level of 85 percent. Medline Remedy Products are moisturizers, cleansers, protectants and antifungals that all contain Olivamine, a blend of ingredients that deliver essential nutrients necessary for optimal skin health, including amino acids, vitamins, antioxidants and MSM. AloeTouch Exam Gloves are available in latex, vinyl, and nitrile, which all contain a special polymer inner coating that softens skin with freeze-dried aloe vera.In addition to the product bundle, the HHCP includes an intensive educational module developed by an expert panel of infection control professionals.”The training is particularly useful because it focuses on translating research into practical guidance and tips for clinicians,” said Elaine Larson, RN, Ph.D, currently the associate dean for research and professor of pharmaceutical and therapeutic research at Columbia University School of Nursing, and editor of the American Journal of Infection Control.Healthcare workers can earn up to four continuing education credits by completing the training program. Additional components include testing for skill and competency validation through the use of Visirub and a UV light box. Patient education pamphlets, facility posters and a rewards program are also included to reinforce positive behavior change.For more information: www.medline.com/handhygiene FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 read more
Nobody expects perfection when booking a hostel, the cheaper cost means that everyone expects to make some compromises. However, it is good to know exactly what to expect – and the pool at Hostel El Corazon seems to be a cut above the usual hostel offering…Sadly, oyster.com found this hostel in downtown Cancun is playing the old ‘pool crop’ game! Apparently it’s a 24-hour outdoor pool with no alcohol restrictions – but that palm frond is hiding an unsightly wall, which definitely brings the pool right back into hostel territory!Source: oyster.com Fakeout Friday read more
Go back to the enewsletterEmerald Palace Kempinski Dubai will open its doors to guests this week. The Palace lies on the West Crescent of Palm Jumeirah, the world’s largest man-made island and archipelago.Inspired by the palaces of 18th-century Europe, guests can expect discreet service, refined dining and artfully curated experiences catering to the privileged few, setting a new precedent in a city synonymous with pioneering hospitality.Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai © | Outdoor Pool“We are all very proud, celebrating the opening of Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai as part of our growing portfolio of iconic and luxurious hotels in the Middle East & Africa region. This beachfront, palatial resort property confirms our commitment to serving to the top segment of a growing luxury hospitality market. We remain committed to the vision of Dubai as one of the most innovative tourism destinations in the Middle East,” said Henk Meyknecht, Chief Operating Officer – Middle East & Africa Kempinski Hotels.Flanked by a 500-metre private white-sand beach, the Palace is a regal landmark, offering 391 luxurious rooms, suites and villas. During their stay, guests will have remarkable facilities at their disposal, with eight exquisite restaurants and bars, including: miX by Alain Ducasse, the first restaurant in the United Arab Emirates for the three Michelin-starred chef; a 3,000-square-metre Cinq Mondes spa; cutting-edge wellness centre and yoga studio; kids’ and teens’ club; and the largest private cinema on Palm Jumeirah.Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai © | Bluthner Hall Inspired by European palaces of the past, the building has been conceived to stay faithful to neoclassical architecture and design with perfect proportion and symmetry evident throughout. These characteristics are captured in the five striking Palladian domes that form the distinct silhouette of the property, and in the eight marble columns in the grand atrium, intricately pieced together using the finest pink Portuguese marble, Rosa Portogallo.Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai © | Platinum BedroomHighly skilled craftsmen have utilised the finest materials handpicked from Italy, France and across Europe. From the grand atrium that features a striking chandelier made from 40,000 Swarovski crystals, to an ornate ballroom accented with damask silk tapestries, and the Blüthner Supreme Edition Louis XIV grand piano in the spectacular Blüthner Hall, every detail has been custom-designed to deliver authenticity and uncompromising European style.With room sizes starting at 65 square metres, one of the largest lead-in room categories on Palm Jumeirah, all guest rooms deliver stunning regal décor, a lounge area to relax, a polished marble bathroom and expansive balcony with views across the palatial gardens, Arabian Gulf or Palm Lagoon. Visitors residing here can indulge in 24-hour butler service.Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai © | Suite BathroomThe unique Presidential, Royal and Mezzanine Suites showcase stately splendour at its finest with floor-to-ceiling windows, freestanding bathtubs, separate lounge areas and high ceilings. The collection of ten stand-alone four-bedroom Royal and Imperial Villas flank the gardens and adjacent shoreline and feature their own rooftop pool, Jacuzzi, spa room and dedicated butler service.Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai © | Dedicated Butler ServiceEmerald Palace Kempinski Dubai boasts a collection of eight dining offerings. Blüthner Hall offers a carefully crafted High Tea Collection presenting five distinct experiences inspired by iconic 18th-century classical composers. miX by Alain Ducasse, the first restaurant of the three Michelin-starred chef in the United Arab Emirates and the largest in his restaurant group, will welcome its first guests on the 15 December. Paying tribute to local produce with contemporary and classical French influences, guests can enjoy al fresco dining on the sixth-floor rooftop while taking in the sweeping views of Dubai’s skyline. The gastronomic journey continues with European-inspired all-day dining at Le Jardin, stylish Pan-Asian steakhouse Matagi, Italian restaurant All’onda, Mediterranean restaurant Villamoré, relaxed pool and beach bar Sablanc, and nightclub, lounge and live music venue, Skorpeus, which opens on the 10 December 2018.The 3,000-square-metre Cinq Mondes Spa provides 23 treatment rooms, two private spa suites and the city’s largest indoor pool.Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai © | Indoor PoolGuests can partake in a wealth of water sports and recreational activities such as paddleboarding, or take introductory courses in diving. World-class amenities, including an outdoor pool, dedicated children’s pool, kids’ and teens’ club, an 18-hole putting green and private cinema, are at guests’ fingertips, while an expert concierge team is on hand to curate once-in-a-lifetime experiences.Lead image: Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai | SuiteGo back to the enewsletter read more
European cheap flights carrier Wizz Air will introduce new flights to Oslo Torp, Turku and London Luton from Riga in the spring.The three new routes from the Latvian capital will commence on March 28th, and according to Jozsef Varadi, Wizz Air’s chief executive officer, they represent the next step in the airline’s expansion in central and eastern Europe.”We continue our dynamic development to reinforce our leadership position in the region to the benefit of the ever growing number of people who can now afford to fly,” he commented.Riga International Airport has welcomed the announcement of the new routes, highlighting the Latvian city’s “advantageous geographical position” as a reason for their predicted success.Three flights to Oslo and London per week will initially be operated alongside two weekly flights to Turku in Finland.Wizz Air also confirmed its intention to launch new flights to the city from Budapest and a new route to Bari from the Czech capital, Prague.Last month, the carrier launched its web check-in service in Budapest, with it due to extend to all of Wizz Air’s airports by next spring.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedWizz Air implements web check-in at European airportsWizz Air implements web check-in at European airportsWizz Air to launch two new flights to Liverpool and OsloHungarian cheap flights carrier Wizz Air will launch two new flights to Liverpool John Lennon and Oslo Torp.Cheap flights to Split to be launched by Wizz AirWizz Air will commence cheap flights to Split from London Luton read more
Rain and the first snow on Troodos fell on Wednesday morning, but the rainy weather will not last, the met office announced in the early afternoon.“There have been five centimetres of snow in Troodos, but not much more is expected. The weather will slowly clear in the afternoon, with only a little rain expected in the evening,” met officer Michalis Mouskos said. “During the next four days, from Thursday until Sunday, there will be no rain at all. The strong northerly winds don’t help.”He said that on Wednesday and Thursday, temperatures are forecast to be five degrees lower than usual, reaching 14C inland and 16C at the coast.On Friday and Saturday it will gradually get warmer. You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
A cement block was pulled from the toxic lake in Mitsero on Tuesday where crews continued to search for another victim of self-confessed serial killer Nicos Metaxas.A diver brought the block to the surface at approximately 5:30pm after starting a search in the area at around 4pm.Police said that the chief ordered members of the CID to head to the scene.Meanwhile, a post-mortem examination finished on the body of the victim found in the suitcase pulled from the lake on May 5, believed to belong to Elena Natalia Bunea, 8, the daughter of Livia Florentina, 36, one of Metaxas’ victims.Deputy police spokesman Stelios Stylianou said the post-mortem was completed at approximately 5pm and the samples were taken from the body for further testing.“Yesterday and today, approximately 100 vials of samples were taken during the post-mortem, which will be sent for histopathological and other specialised testing,” he said.The autopsy was conducted by UK-based Cypriot state pathologist Andreas Marnerides with the help of state pathologist Angeliki Papetta. Marnerides will be leaving Cyprus on Thursday.Of the seven murders of female foreign nationals – five women and two children aged 6 and 8 – that 35-year-old Metaxas confessed to the police to have murdered, five bodies have so far been found, with police still searching for six-year-old Sierra Graze Seucalliuc and one more body, probably that of Marricar Valdez Arguiola, 30.Arguiola is believed to be located in a third suitcase dumped in the red lake in Mitsero. Two of the suitcases containing victims Metaxas had dumped in the red lake were retrieved by the authorities, the first on April 28 and the second on May 5.Earlier, Fire chief Marcos Trangolas rejected suggestions to empty the lake, as well as that of Memi, not far away, where the body of another victim, a child, had been dumped.Speaking on Active radio, Trangolas said a sonar system that helped crews recover two bodies from the toxic lake was scheduled to be withdrawn after mapping the red and Memi lakes in the past couple of weeks.Crews will continue to review its data in the hope of finding and recovering a suitcase with the body of one of seven victims claimed by Metaxas, who said he had dumped the body of a six-year-old girl, the daughter of one of his victims, in Memi.Trangolas said they were experiencing difficulties mainly because of the vast amount of mud covering the lake.Officials believe the mud could be over four metres deep, making it hard for the sonar to detect objects that may lie underneath.“Our concern is that this suitcase has been covered by mud and is lying flat,” Trangolas said.Some areas were explored by divers but so far, they have found nothing relating to the crime.“In the past few days the divers operate in areas we have indicated,” the fire chief said. “Corridors were created in important sites using ropes to check and liminate certain areas.”Experts from the UK’s National Crime Agency whose assistance had been sought suggested using ground penetrating radar but that too appears to be a no-go at least for the red lake.“We exchanged views with the radar operator… we sent him the lake’s data, the water quality, and the underwater terrain. The reply we received yesterday (Monday) was that there are many difficulties and the radar will not have the desired results,” Trangolas said.He added that they were now awaiting his view of using the equipment at the Memi lake where the water is clear.Trangolas also ruled out emptying the lake, formed at the bottom of a huge crater created by quarrying, since no one really knew how much water it contained, on top of the water being toxic, which would necessitate special permission from the environment department.But even if the water was extracted, there was no way of dealing with the mud.You May LikeSUVs | Search AdsThese SUVs Will Take Your Breath Away. Research 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsSUVs | Search AdsUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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