CALGARY – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was upstaged by his eight-year-old daughter Ella Grace as the CP Canada 150 train chugged into Calgary Sunday afternoon.Prior to Trudeau speaking, CP Rail President Keith Creel told the audience that the railway had created a special train horn 50 years ago to celebrate Canada’s centennial.The whistle was dragged out of storage and Creel invited the prime minister’s daughter to push the button.“I’d like to now welcome Miss Ella Grace Trudeau onto the stage to help us blow this whistle.”“Hi,” said the PM’s daughter.But when she pushed the button nothing happened.“We didn’t test the whistle,” admitted Creel.“It is a bit old. No whistle? Now you have to sing it Ella-Grace,” he added.“No, no,” she replied.Creel joked he would see Ella-Grace again in 50 years.“I’m sorry Ella broke the whistle,” said the prime minister as he addressed the crowd.After Trudeau’s speech the whistle problems were dealt with and Ella-Grace was able to blow it successfully twice.The prime minister noted that when he wasn’t much older than his daughter he crossed the country with his father by train and saw how the railroad was able to bring families and Canada together.
DEVON MICHAEL BROWN, ACTOR AND DANCERAnyone who saw Donna Feore’s exuberant Stratford Festival production of The Music Man came away asking, “Who was that guy?” We all knew the lead, Daren A. Herbert, who was predictably excellent. The artist we were Googling was Brown, who not only brought passion and ardour to his acting as rebel/young lover Tommy, but also, in the ensemble numbers, kicked higher, leaped more gracefully and twirled with the kind of focus and commitment that only the best artists possess. Those years of training (he began at three) and experience on the hit TV show The Next Step obviously paid off. Forget Gaga. This year, a star was born at Stratford. BREANNA DILLON, ACTOROne of the most harrowing experiences of the year was watching Dillon late in What Happened Was… deliver a monologue that gradually revealed her character’s complex psychological baggage. The actor, who up until that moment had presented a character who seemed relatable and even ordinary, nailed this difficult scene. Later, she brought that same intensity to her role as a woman who meets up with her ex in Wes Berger’s First Dates. Dillon has the ability to suggest layers of emotion and contradictions beneath a placid surface. Let’s hope we don’t have to wait too long for another theatrical date. Advertisement BRANDON ASH-MOHAMMED, COMICAfter taking an extended hiatus from comedy in 2015, this Humber College alum came back renewed and reinvigorated, and he seemed to be everywhere in 2018. He taped a JFL set opening for Julio Torres, and we saw him slay with his self-assured routine at the Bitch Salad finale. While he’s waiting for the audience to catch its breath, he’ll roguishly vogue to build momentum before moving on. Devon Michael Brown in The Music Man (centre, top, defying gravity) What does he have left to try in 2019? Recording his debut album. Advertisement As well as stand-up, Ash-Mohammed excels at sketch and improv (he won a Bob Curry Fellowship at Second City Toronto, and subbed in on their current mainstage revue The Best Is Yet To Come Undone), and he made memorable appearances on Sketchfest’s Rapp Battlez and Improv Karaokeat Comedy Bar.He’s been a commendable host, too, helping sell out multiple editions of The Ebony Tide in February (the show is now a monthly), and The Ethnic Rainbow, Canada’s first and only comedy show for LGBTQ+ people of colour. Advertisement Login/Register With: Facebook Some have been working for years, some have been in hit TV shows, while others recently graduated from theatre school. Whatever their journey, here are the artists (in alphabetical order) who made us check their program bios during intermission.LOVELL ADAMS-GRAY, ACTORJudging from his packed IMDb page, Adams-Gray is busy doing TV. But let’s hope he finds more stage work like his peacock-like Levee in Soulpepper’s burnished production of August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. As a strutting trumpet player whose songwriting aspirations are thwarted, Adams-Gray was electric, his emotional outpourings – in his music, his speechifying and his pursuit of one of the play’s women – were all extensions of his character’s soul. The performance rightly earned him recognition by the Toronto Theatre Critics Association and no doubt will be acknowledged come Dora time. Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment
IDAHO NATIONAL LABORATORY, Idaho — A nuclear test reactor that can melt uranium fuel rods in seconds is running again after a near quarter-century shutdown as U.S. officials try to revamp a fading nuclear power industry with safer fuel designs and a new generation of power plants.Officials say 10 nuclear fuel tests have gone smoothly at the Transient Reactor Test Facility at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Idaho National Laboratory in eastern Idaho since its restart late last year.It’s part of a strategy to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by increasing nuclear power initiated under the Obama administration and continuing under the Trump administration.Officials say the Idaho test reactor could help develop accident-tolerant fuels and more efficient nuclear plants needed to replace aging plants that produce 20 per cent of the nation’s energy.Keith Ridler, The Associated Press
Spring is finally here, and what better way to rid those winter blues by getting out of the house to mingle and socialize? There are several Brock Alumni Network events planned this April and May in Burlington, Toronto and Ottawa. Open to all Brock graduates and their guests.Tuesday, April 12, 2011Burlington Brock Alumni Network Etiquette DinnerPaletta Mansion, 4250 Lakeshore Rd., BurlingtonCocktails 6 p.m., dinner 6:30 p.m.Join Terry Cockerline (BA ’97), a trained facilitator in business dining etiquette for a fun and informative evening at Burlington’s beautiful Paletta Mansion. You’ll learn the ins and outs of business dining, such as how to professionally host a meal, how to be a good guest and how to make the right impression every time.Tickets are $20 (a $65 value) and include a three-course meal, etiquette instruction and an invaluable networking opportunity with fellow Brock grads in the Burlington area.Register online or email firstname.lastname@example.orgThursday, May 5, 2011Toronto Brock Alumni Network Pub NightThe Labatt Pub, 207 Queen’s Quay, Toronto6 to 9 p.m.With more than 12,000 Brock grads living in the Greater Toronto area, the Toronto Brock Alumni Network is Brock University’s largest alumni network.On Thursday, May 5, the Toronto Brock Alumni Network Committee is hosting a pub night at one of Toronto’s most secretive watering holes, The Labatt Pub. Enjoy comfortable seating overlooking the Toronto harbour front, hors d’oeuvres, prizes, and a full bar featuring a host of Labatt products.Tickets are $15 in advance, $25 week of the event and at the door, or buy five tickets for $50.Register online or email email@example.com Tuesday, May 8, 2011An evening with Kenneth KernaghanRideau Club, 99 Bank St., 15th floor, Ottawa5:30 to 8 p.m.Kenneth Kernaghan, professor emeritus at Brock University and Ontario member of the Order of Canada, will speak on the topic of “Public Servants: bashable bureaucrats or citizen servers?” Tickets are $15 per person.For more information and to register online, visit brockpeople.ca
POPE BENEDICT XVI defrocked nearly 400 priests over just two years for molesting children according to new documents.The statistics for 2011-12 show a dramatic increase over the 171 priests removed in 2008 and 2009, when the Vatican first provided details on the number of priests who have been defrocked. Prior to that, it had only publicly revealed the number of alleged cases of sexual abuse it had received.The document was prepared from data the Vatican had been collecting to help the Holy See defend itself before a UN committee this week in Geneva.Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, the Vatican’s UN ambassador in Geneva, referred to just one of the statistics in the course of eight hours of oftentimes pointed criticism and questioning from the UN human rights committee.The statistics were compiled from the Vatican’s own annual reports about the activities of its various offices, including the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which handles sex abuse cases. Although public, the annual reports are not readily available or sold outside Rome and are usually found in Vatican offices or Catholic university libraries.An AP review of the reference books shows a remarkable evolution in the Holy See’s in-house procedures to discipline pedophiles since 2001, when the Vatican ordered bishops to send cases of all credibly accused priests to Rome for review.Then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger took action after determining that bishops around the world weren’t following church law to put accused clerics on trial in church tribunals. Bishops routinely moved problem priests from parish to parish rather than subject them to canonical trials or turn them into police.A copy of an internal Vatican document used by Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, the Vatican’s U.N. ambassador in Geneva. (Pic: AP)For centuries, the church has had its own in-house procedures to deal with priests who sexually abuse children. One of the chief accusations from victims is that bishops put the church’s own procedures ahead of civil law enforcement by often suggesting victims not go to police and keep accusations quiet while they are dealt with internally.The maximum penalty for a priest convicted by a church tribunal is essentially losing his job, being defrocked, or removed from the clerical state. There are no jail terms and nothing to prevent an offender from offending again.According to the 2001 norms Ratzinger pushed through, the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith reviews each case sent to Rome and then instructs bishops how to proceed, either by launching an administrative process against the priest if the evidence is overwhelming or a church trial. At every step of the way the priest is allowed to defend himself.The Congregation started reporting numbers only in 2005, which is where Tomasi’s spreadsheet starts off. U.N. officials said Friday that the committee has not received the document.Read: Vatican questioned by UN watchdog on child abuse record >Read: Pope Francis forms commission to advise on sex abuse >
The footage shows a large crowd of horrified bystanders looking on, some warning police they were being filmed. “Hey! Hey! Why are you hitting him?” one person in the crowd can be heard shouting in Zulu.Macia, lying on his back, can be seen kicking and struggling to avoid the tarmac.In an interview with AFP, Phiyega, who has been in the job for less than a year, rejected suggestions that the police force under her watch was lurching from crisis to crisis.She insisted the force was regionally respected, but that abuses were bound to happen with over 200,000 officers in its ranks. “It’s a monstrous organisation, so to have these types of incidents, it’s not untoward, you will always have them,” she said.As and when they happen, we shall decisively and unequivocally, without doubt, deal with those.The Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights strongly condemned the incident. “This is clearly an absolutely dreadful case,” OHCHR spokesman Rupert Colville told reporters in Geneva.“I think perhaps encouraging signs are there have been strong statements by the president of South Africa,” he said.The IPID received 720 new cases for investigation of suspicious deaths in custody or in other policing contexts from April 2011 to March 2012, according to rights group Amnesty International.Macia’s death has also prompted a diplomatic incident with neighbouring Mozambique, whose government said it was “outraged by what happened”.Macia had moved to South Africa as 10-year-old boy when his parents travelled to work on the mines, said the Mozambican ambassador to South Africa, Fernando Fazenda, who has appointed a lawyer to represent the family.He came from the town of Macia some 160 kilometres (100 miles) north of the capital Maputo. His wife and son had been on holiday in Mozambique and are returning to South Africa.- © AFP, 2013Read: Horrific and unacceptable’: SA president condemns ‘police dragging’ case> EIGHT POLICE OFFICERS have been arrested in South Africa on suspicion of murder over the death of a Mozambican taxi driver who was dragged through the streets tied to a police van, prompting an international outcry.“Eight policemen have been arrested by IPID at Benoni police station,” Moses Dlamini, spokesman for the Independent Police Investigative Directorate, told AFP.The group will appear in court on Monday. The arrests come just hours after police chief Riah Phiyega announced the eight officers had been disarmed and suspended for “callous and unacceptable behaviour” and the station commander had been removed from his post pending investigation.Mido MaciaMozambican taxi driver Mido Macia (27) was filmed being manhandled, handcuffed to the back of a police van and dragged hundreds of metres to the Daveyton police station, east of Johannesburg, on Tuesday.Just over two hours later he was found dead in custody. A post mortem found he died from head injuries and internal bleeding.South African President Jacob Zuma on Thursday condemned the killing as “horrific, disturbing and unacceptable”.Footage of the incident spread quickly online and sent shockwaves through the country, shining a spotlight yet again on the conduct of South Africa’s much maligned police force.Phiyega insisted the episode was being thoroughly investigated.“Any one death is one too many,” she said, adding that:what is in the video is not how the SAPS (South African Police Service) in a democratic South Africa goes about its work.
Image: Jeremy Kyle Show/screengrab Image: Jeremy Kyle Show/screengrab By Conor McCrave Share1 Tweet Email 20,766 Views Wednesday 15 May 2019, 3:34 PM Short URL https://jrnl.ie/4636007 27 Comments Reality TV regulations to be investigated by UK committee following Jeremy Kyle show death The Jeremy Kyle show ran for 14 years before being cancelled by ITV this week. A COMMITTEE IN the UK is to launch an inquiry into how reality TV programmes are regulated following the death of a participant on the Jeremy Kyle Show. Chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, Damian Collins MP, said an independent review was required and the committee will be holding an inquiry this summer. It was announced this morning that the Jeremy Kyle Show has been cancelled by ITV after filming and broadcasting of the show was suspended on Monday. It came following the death of a participant on the show last week. Collins said there was a duty of care by broadcasters who air reality TV shows, particularly when it comes to vulnerable individuals. “ITV has made the right decision to cancel the Jeremy Kyle Show,” Collins said, adding “that should not be the end of the matter”. “There needs to be an independent review of the duty of care TV companies have to participants in reality TV shows.“Programmes like the Jeremy Kyle Show risk putting people who might be vulnerable on to a public stage at a point in their lives when they are unable to foresee the consequences,” he added. “The broadcasters must demonstrate their duty of care to the people whose personal lives are being exposed.”A spokesperson for Downing Street yesterday said it was “deeply concerning” while British media reports suggested the participants death related to a failed lie-detector test.The Jeremy Kyle show had been running for 14 years after first airing in 2005.“Given the gravity of recent events we have decided to end production of The Jeremy Kyle Show,” ITV’s CEO Carolyn McCall said in a statement. “ITV will continue to work with Jeremy Kyle on other projects,” she said. Reality TV shows have been a hit in recent years with shows like Geordie Shore and Love Island regularly drawing in hundreds of thousands of viewers when they air. May 15th 2019, 3:34 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Spending more than half a million dollars to send your child through school is the reality many parents are facing in 2014. For the Greek Australian community, many parents are forgoing the public school option and seeking denominational or private schooling to offer their children, as they say, more opportunities. For mother of two Anna Pirdas-Zivcic, she says her decision to send her daughters through private school was based on making sure they received an education tailored to their needs. Her daughter Natalia, now entering university, started at The Knox School in Wantirna South in pre-prep after Mrs Pirdas-Zivcic scoured Melbourne to find a school that would nurture her daughter’s gifted mind. “When she started and because she was a kid that did not fit the normal square, they kept nurturing that imagination, she was an avid reader from an early age and Knox kept encouraging her,” Mrs Pirdas-Zivcic tells Neos Kosmos. But, that choice ended up costing the family close to $250,000, an investment that not many parents can afford. Her youngest daughter Alessia is in year nine at the same school, and despite most schools offering a discounted rate for siblings, Mrs Pirdas-Zivcic is still paying close to $20,000 a year. Regardless of the money, the family believes had they not invested in their children, their daughters wouldn’t have had the same opportunities to thrive and develop their interests. “In all honesty, had I put her [Natalia] in a public system, knowing the numbers that go through per grade, I think she would have been lost in the system and I don’t think she would have flourished as much as she has,” she says. A study conducted by the Australian Scholarships Group (ASG) has seen a 1.4 rise in the cost of sending a child through school. The survey revealed that for a child born in 2014 the forecast cost of a private education in Sydney is $543,334. Melbourne parents considering a private education for their children are estimated to pay more than half a million dollars ($504,742) per child-$45,747 above the national metro average, followed by Canberra ($422,635), Hobart ($383,320), Darwin ($373,421), Perth ($369,492) and Brisbane ($361,911) for pre-school through to Year 12. Adelaide is the most cost effective city for a private school education at $339,954. The cost also takes into account school fees, uniforms, computers, excursions and transport. Year 12 is also the most expensive year for a child in school, with many parents spending upwards of $60,000 to see their child finish their High School certificate. CEO of the ASG, John Velegrinis says the survey demonstrates planning for an education can be a 20 year journey. He’s not surprised that many families are debating if they can afford to send their children to the school they want. Making a conscientious decision early will be a big help to parents Mr Velegrinis says. “By planning early, families will have greater peace-of-mind and flexibility when it comes to making important choices about their son or daughter’s education,” he says. For Greek Australian families hoping to send their children to our community’s schools are also looking at a big investment. In 2014 Alphington Grammar will charge an estimated cost of $158,303 in school fees for parents to enroll their child from prep to year 12 compared to Oakleigh Grammar at approximately $94,730, while St Johns Orthodox College is posting fees of $77,700 for similar enrollments. The quoted costs are not inclusive of sibling multiple enrollment or other possible discounts offered by our community’s education institutions. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
YUMA, Ariz. (AP) — Seven Marines were killed late Wednesday in a collision of two helicopters near Yuma, Ariz., during night training exercises, the Marine Corps said Thursday.Lt. Maureen Dooley with Miramar Air Base in California said the service members with the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing were based at Camp Pendleton north of San Diego. The crash involved an AH-1W “Cobra” and UH-1 “Huey” helicopter, she said.The aircraft collided in a remote portion of the Yuma Training Range Complex.“We’re still gathering a lot of details as the sun comes up,” Dooley said.It will be at least 24 hours before the Marine Corps releases the names of those killed, she said.Capt. Staci Reidinger, director of public affairs at Marine Corps Air Station Yuma said earlier Thursday that the crash happened west of the Chocolate Mountains in California, though the exact location hasn’t been confirmed.“It’s not in a populated area,” she said.
Less than half (46%) of respondents believe employers have a duty of care to the health of their staff, down from 95% in 2009, according to research by leadership development firm Morgan Redwood.Of the 250 respondents to its Wellbeing and business performance report 83% believe that business performance and employee wellbeing are connected.The study also found:More than half (57%) of respondents think that business performance and staff wellbeing are ‘quite connected’, while 26% say the two are ‘very closely connected’.Just 7% believe that there is no connection between employee wellbeing and business performance.Respondents rank helping staff to achieve a better work-life balance in tenth place on the list of human resourcing (HR) priorities, with 6% citing it as a key aspect of their HR strategy.Employee wellbeing ranks in twelfth place, with less than 6% naming it as a key priority.Respondents list attracting better talent to the organisation, lowering staff turnover and reducing staff costs as the top three priorities, respectively.Janice Haddon (pictured), managing director of Morgan Redwood, said: “The latest findings really do indicate a startling shift in employer opinion. A swing from 95% to 46% is a huge difference. What has caused such a sea change?“In 2014, the CIPD [Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development] reported that 40% of employers are seeing a rise in stress-related absence and reported mental health problems, such as anxiety and depression, so the fact that [organisations] are less inclined to see wellbeing as within their remit of responsibility is perplexing.“Perhaps employers are putting recruitment ahead of the need to tend to existing employee needs, which means they’ve taken their eye off the wellbeing ball. Businesses need to remember that looking after employees is just as important as striving for new business and growth.“Burnt out, poorly treated employees will end up becoming detrimental in the long run, so employers need to ensure they allocate sufficient resource to cater to the full spectrum of employee needs.”
In the past month, the top three leaders at the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority have submitted letters of resignation. The shake up comes at a time when the organization, which manages funds for mental health and substance abuse programming across the state, is undergoing a special legislative audit over concerns about financial mismanagement.Listen nowInterim CEO Greg Jones was appointed in November to lead the organization after long-time CEO Jeff Jessee was ousted. Jones declined a request for an interview, but in his resignation letter he wrote his action “comes at the request of my family and recommendation of friends.” Chief Operating Officer Steve Williams will be acting CEO as of September 1. The Trust started seeking a permanent CEO in July.John Morrison, the Executive Director of the Trust Land Office, has also resigned and will leave his job in September. Morrison, at the direction of the Board, helped the TLO pursue a controversial strategy of investing in commercial real estate as a way to increase income for the Trust. Deputy director Wyn Menefee will begin as acting executive director on September 8.Board Chair Russ Webb will also leave his position in September. The Trust Authority has started recruiting for his replacement.A special legislative audit of the Trust was authorized in December after allegations the Board “is not managing its assets in compliance with state and federal law,” the audit request says.In an email, Legislative Auditor Kris Curtis wrote, “The audit is through the planning phase and beginning fieldwork. We hope to have it completed some time in November.”
Bruce Gordon of Excursion Inlet (Photo by Henry LEasia, KHNS – Haines)This week we’re hearing from Bruce Gordon in Excursion Inlet. Gordon works as the watchman for the Ocean Beauty cannery.Listen nowGORDON: Excursion Inlet is about 60 miles west of Juneau as the boat goes and 45 minutes west of Juneau as the crow flies. And my neighbor to the west is Glacier Bay National Park.I started coming to Alaska in 1971 with Northern Radio Company. And Wordsco Packing Company hired me in 1976 to be their communications supervisor for the corporation. And Wordsco sold out their Alaska assets in 2003, and I got sold with the cannery to Ocean Beauty Seafoods — just like a generator or an iron shank. Just part of the package.There’s nobody around except for my local neighbors, and there are never more than, like, 20 of those at any one time.We had a murder at a cabin at the head of the bay two years ago. Because there’s no communications up there except for marine radio, I’m sitting in my chair that I’m sitting in now and I hear this radio call on channel 16. “Bruce! Bruce! Bruce! Bruce! Hello! Bruce, are you there?!” And it was one of the neighbors up there, and he says, “I got kind of a situation, and I need the troopers!”And even if we called for a Medevac, and they launched the second we called, they’re still 45 minutes to an hour away. So, your golden hour is shot to Hell by the time you get here.And they finally convicted that guy about a month ago.
A study involving more than 2,000 Blacks found that those who moved from the most-segregated neighborhoods to less-segregated neighborhoods later experienced lower systolic blood pressure, a factor in heart attacks and strokes. The report, published on June 1 in the Journal of the American Medical Association, followed Black people over time to see how leaving segregated communities could affect the risk of heart disease.A recent study found that moving from a segregated neighborhood to a less segregated neighborhood can lower blood pressure. (Courtesy photo)Kiarri Kershaw, an assistant professor of preventive medicine at Northwestern University, and her colleagues followed 2,280 Blacks participating in the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults study. “This study provides stronger, more direct evidence that segregation impacts blood pressure and harms the health of African Americans. I believe it’s related to the stress of living in these neighborhoods,” Kershaw said in a statement. “In a less violent area with better resources, you are more secure about your family’s safety and your children’s future in better schools. You see opportunities for the economic mobility of your kids and here is better access to good grocery stores, health care, and an economically vital business district.”The researchers followed the subjects for 25 years. Those who moved away from highly segregated neighborhoods to less-segregated neighborhoods and stayed there during that period had significantly lower blood pressure.In addition, those neighborhoods may also make it easier to live healthier lifestyles by having more access to parks, sidewalks, gyms, grocery stores with more fresh produce and pharmacies to get medication.Kershaw acknowledges, however, that moving to less segregated neighborhoods could increase stress in at least one way — by potentially exposing Blacks to more racism. “It’s certainly possible that those who move to less segregated neighborhoods experience more exposure to racism, which could be one reason why some African-Americans choose to stay in more segregated neighborhoods,” she said. Kershaw noted that Blacks living in more segregated neighborhoods tend to have better mental and emotional health.Edward Preston, a D.C.-based African-American attorney told the AFRO that while the research may seem conclusive, it only scratches the surface of stressors related to racialized neighborhoods. Having moved from Northeast to a home in Olney, Md. a decade ago, Preston said the age, socioeconomics, and racial tone of the neighborhood play significantly in raising or lowering blood pressure.His own blood pressure stayed relatively stable, until the birth of his children and concerns arose over how they would encounter race in a predominantly White enclave.“Move into a community where your neighbors are hostile towards or fearful of Blacks and it does anything but lower your blood pressure. Add to that having children you fear may encounter suburban watch groups or rogue police officers, and this study goes out the window,” Preston told the AFRO. “Surely there are other factors beyond access that involve inclusion, that bring down stressors that negatively impact blood pressure.”
Revo Uninstaller Free 2.0.1 removes ad panel by Martin Brinkmann on September 19, 2016 in Software – 16 commentsRevo Uninstaller Free 2.0.1 is an update for the free program remover that gets rid of the advertisement panel that VSRevo Group introduced in version 2.0 of the application.Revo Uninstaller 2.0 was the first update of the popular software uninstaller in three years. It introduced full support for 64-bit applications, a much requested feature as lack of it limited the program’s use on PCs running 64-bit versions of the Windows operating system.The new version improved the tools integrated in the application, changed the user interface, and added new features such as a details pane to it.Another change introduced in Revo Uninstaller 2.0 was an ad panel that popped up on every third launch of the program.It advertised Revo Uninstaller Pro, the commercial version of the program. While you could close the panel whenever it popped up, it would appear again on the third launch of the program.Revo Uninstaller Free 2.0.1Revo Uninstaller 2.0.1 does away with the ad panel. That’s without doubt a good thing as it improves the user experience quite a bit.While you won’t get the ad for Revo Uninstaller Pro pop up in the interface anymore, you may notice that the company has added new promotions to the interface that advertise the pro version.If you look at the interface of version 2.0.1 of the program, you will notice two locations that advertise the Pro version.First through an “upgrade to Pro” button in the main icon toolbar at the top, and then as a text link in the status bar that reads “upgrade to Revo Uninstaller Pro”.Both options are less intrusive than the ad panel that the company used in version 2.0 of the application. Additionally, both can be ignored easily.You may hide the main toolbar if you don’t require it at all. Simply right-click on the toolbar and select “main toolbar” to hide it in the interface.You can bring it back at a later point in time by right-clicking on the status bar and selecting main toolbar again.The only other changes in Revo Uninstaller Free 2.0.1 are minor in comparison. According to the changelog, language files were updated and minor bugs fixed.Now Read: Which program is the most thorough program uninstaller on Windows?Summary12345 Author Rating3.5 based on 6 votes Software Name Revo Uninstaller FreeOperating System WindowsSoftware Category AdministrationLanding Page http://www.revouninstaller.com/ Advertisement
News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more March 11, 2016 — Xifin Inc. announced that two leading children’s hospitals and affiliated clinics have successfully implemented Xifin ProNet to facilitate a collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach for the prevention, investigation and treatment of child abuse and neglect for pediatric patients. The hospitals include Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital and Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Centers at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of MinnesotaXifin ProNet is a cloud-based collaboration and clinical data management solution for clinicians and diagnostic service providers, enabling the exchange and management of key images, data and reports. This helps aggregate patient and diagnostic information, optimize collaborative workflows across and between enterprises, and facilitate peer and case review, quality assurance, consultation and treatment planning. Xifin ProNet TeleCAM is a specialized application, built using Xifin ProNet technology, designed specifically to support primary care for pediatrics.For child abuse and neglect cases, the ability to share sensitive and sometimes life-saving data and images in a multi-disciplinary team environment can be critical. With Xifin ProNet TeleCAM, data and images (including clinical photos, radiographs and whole slide pathology images) from different modalities are brought together in an optimized workflow, where multiple clinicians can access and conference in real time to accelerate decision making, facilitate consultation, increase productivity and reduce costs.Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital implemented ProNet TeleCAM because its unique architecture overcomes the typical barriers of user adoption and workflow efficiency through delivery of single-copy, centralized image sharing and collaboration. This is coupled with a specialty-driven experience to meet the remote communication and collaboration needs of its rural providers and patients.“Xifin ProNet TeleCAM is the only HIPAA-compliant, Web-based tool that includes clinical workflow for child abuse cases,” stated Lori D. Frasier, MD, division chief of child abuse pediatrics at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. “ProNet TeleCAM has the power to improve the care of abused children and spread expertise across geographic areas. Children who suffer from child abuse should have access to the same expertise in rural communities as in medical centers with specialists. ProNet TeleCAM closes the gap for rural communities.”Participating physicians report a 32 percent reduction in time to diagnosis, due largely to the ability of the system to generate e-mail notification to initiate multidisciplinary team meetings, improved quality and completion of patient records and collaborative efforts to ensure accurate diagnoses.Midwest Regional Children’s Advocacy Center (MRCAC) at Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, facilitates and manages expert peer review processes for specialty pediatric services across the nation. In addition, MRCAC hosts an anonymous expert review program for child abuse providers to improve diagnostic accuracy and photo documentation of medical evaluations.MRCAC selected Xifin ProNet TeleCAM to serve as the collaboration and peer review platform to support its anonymous expert review process across geographically dispersed institutions, as well as to collect data to be used for ongoing training, education and quality assurance.Clinicians who participated in case review and quality assurance programs powered by Xifin ProNet TeleCAM improved their diagnostic accuracy over time by decreasing the incidence of misclassifications, avoiding false positives and improving overall case interpretation. Eighty-two percent of participating medical providers indicated the program has increased their diagnostic skill base.“Xifin ProNet has allowed us to bridge the gap between rural providers and national experts in the field by ensuring quality care for all children impacted by abuse,” stated Kori Stephens, MPH, MRCAC project director. “Many of our providers rely heavily on this system, and have expressed gratitude for the honest and important feedback they’ve received to improve their practice. Having an easy, secure, online platform makes this best practice much more accessible to those who would otherwise be at a loss.”For more information: www.xifin.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more Related Content News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 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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