NewsLocal NewsHSE guide to services for older people in LimerickBy Alan Jacques – June 25, 2016 1413 Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clash Linkedin Email Facebook Previous articleNewcastle West regional athletics hub nears starting blockNext articleProperty deal puts Limerick boxing club into the top division Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR TAGSHealth Service Executive (HSE)limerickLimerick Mental Health Services Advertisement A NEW information resource for older people has been hailed as a good solid starting point for the development of a comprehensive guide for services available to older people in the Limerick area both in times of need as well as vitality.Championed and developed by the Limerick Mental Health Services, the booklet is the culmination of a major engagement exercise with various service providers throughout Limerick to capture and record the services available to older people. The booklet covers a wide range of service information from education, keeping active, transport to health services.According to Simon Wale a senior clinical psychologist who was involved in the development of the booklet, it is important that older people know what is out there and what is going on locally.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “It is a good solid starting point for the development of a comprehensive guide for services available to older people in the Limerick area both in times of need as well as vitality,” he enthused.The booklet is available from the HSE website under older person services. A hard copy of the booklet can also be requested from [email protected] Alan [email protected] Twitter Print Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads
University Hospital LimerickIn anticipation of the proposed strike action by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO), UL Hospitals Group confirms there will be significant disruption and cancellation of routine services across all of its hospitals on Wednesday, January 30.UL Hospitals continues to work with the INMO to secure the safest possible level of nursing and midwifery cover in our hospitals during the period of the strike and contingency arrangements are being finalised.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up All outpatient clinics have been cancelled. The vast majority of elective procedures have been cancelled. However, a small number of elective surgeries will take place at UHL. These are complex cases where surgery is time-critical and these patients are being contacted directly by the hospital.Where cancellations are taking place, the relevant hospitals are making every effort to contact those patients affected.Updates will be provided through local and social media.Services not available at UL Hospitals Group on the day of the strike (Wednesday, 30th January):· Injury units will not operate· Planned inpatient surgery is cancelled. Inpatient is when you need to stay in hospital for one night or more.· Planned day case procedures are cancelled. Day case is when you are given a hospital bed or a trolley but will not stay overnight.· All outpatient appointments are cancelled. This includes adult, maternity and paediatric appointments. Outpatient is when you go to hospital for an appointment but don’t stay overnight.· If a pregnant woman needs urgent assessment due to the cancellation of an appointment, she should go to the emergency admission room at University Maternity Hospital LimerickServices that are operating UL Hospitals Group on the day of the strike:· Emergency Department at UHL (adult and children). Please only attend our emergency services if absolutely essential· Maternity services (Delivery suites, home births, special care baby units, neonatal)· Colposcopy services· Oncology services (chemotherapy and radiotherapy)· Dialysis· Planned obstetric procedures (based on clinical need)· Palliative careUL Hospitals Group expects that the ED will be busy and is reminding members of the public to consider all their care options before presenting to the Emergency Department at UHL. Members of the public with a less serious illness can be treated by their GP or out of hours GP service where their GP can refer them to an Assessment Unit if required.However, if you are seriously injured or ill or are worried your life is at risk the ED will assess and treat you as a priority.UL Hospitals Group sites include: University Hospital Limerick, University Maternity Hospital Limerick, Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital, St John’s Hospital and Croom Orthopaedic Hospital Updated Statement UL Hospitals Group Cyber Attack and Cancellations Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Email Print WhatsApp Previous articleCiara will not contest local electionsNext articleCompetition: Bubbles & Barks Valentine’s Pamper Package at Petmania Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGShealthLimerick City and CountyNewsUL Hospitals Group NewsHealthUL Hospitals Group react to INMO strike actionBy Staff Reporter – January 29, 2019 921 Limerick on Covid watch list Twitter UL Hospitals Group & Public Health Mid-West: COVID-19 Precautions ‘Imperative’ As Hospital Services Prioritised for the Most Unwell Patients in Wake of Cyber Attack Advertisement UL Hospitals Group announces gradual relaxation of access restrictions at maternity hospital Facebook Limerick Post Show | Careers & Health Sciences Event for TY Students Linkedin
Comments are closed. Employers should monitor how many staff take advantage of the new right forparents to request flexible working, according to employment experts The WorkFoundation. The right, intended to help parents combine their work and homeresponsibilities, gives parents of children under six or disabled childrenunder 18 the right to request to work flexibly. Alexandra Jones, policy specialist at The Work Foundation, warned that ifcompanies rely on individuals to take the initiative to request flexibleworking, there is a risk that only a few will take advantage of the policies. “Valued employees with specialist skills may be confident aboutapproaching managers and building a business case for changes to their workingpatterns, but many individuals will not feel able to do so,” she said. www.workfoundation.com Previous Article Next Article Monitoring vital if flexibility is to have an impactOn 15 Apr 2003 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.
Beau Lund Written by September 26, 2019 /Sports News – National NCAA issues probation, one-year postseason ban against Georgia Tech men’s basketball program FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailjetcityimage/iStock(ATLANTA) — The NCAA committee on infractions has placed the Georgia Tech men’s basketball program on four years’ probation and banned the team from postseason play this year due to multiple rules violations.The basketball program will also lose one scholarship per year for the four years, as well as other restrictions on recruiting. The punishments come after reporting that recruits and players at Georgia Tech had received impermissible benefits from members of the program. In March, ESPN reported that assistant coach Darryl LaBarrie had been charged with a violation related to a 2016 strip club visit that included Georgia Tech alumnus and NBA player Jarrett Jack and then-recruit and current Chicago Bulls player Wendell Carter.The NCAA has ordered the school to disassociate from Jack for three years, the same length of time that the program self-imposed disassociation with LaBarrie.Jack reportedly provided Carter and an unidentified then-Georgia Tech basketball player with $300 for the strip club visit.“Adult entertainment has no place in the NCAA Collegiate Model,” the committee said in making its ruling. “It is particular abhorrent in the recruiting process where coaches and others in a position of trust are responsible for the well-being of high school students visiting their campus.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Beau Lund FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailAl Powers / ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Tom Brady is one of the many athletes giving back during the novel coronavirus pandemic.The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback announced he is donating 10 million meals to Feeding America on Thursday to help those in need during this time.The donation was made through Brady’s partnership with private aviation company Wheels Up for its “Meals Up” initiative. Proud to partner with @WheelsUp for their #MealsUp Initiative to supply 10 million meals to @FeedingAmerica. https://t.co/Pa4ctCEF1G— Tom Brady (@TomBrady) April 2, 2020Feeding America expressed their appreciation for his contribution in a tweet. “Such an amazing gift! Thank you, Tom, for helping us get much-needed meals to our neighbors during this uncertain time,” the nonprofit organization posted.The “Meals Up” initiative was launched in part by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife singer Ciara with Wheels Up.The couple pledged to donate 10 million meals with the aviation company to Feeding America.“The reality is that a lot of people are facing tough, tough times right now, and we’re all facing it in different ways,” Wilson said while appearing on CNBC Tuesday. “There is going to be people let go of their jobs. I think about the young kids across the country that may not have a mom or a dad, or their family situation may not be the best financially, and they’re going to be looking for food.” Humbled for @Ciara & I to partner with @WheelsUp on the “Meals Up” Initiative in pledging 10 Million Meals to @FeedingAmerica. https://t.co/BPR7H60Bx7 pic.twitter.com/YQORNahQcZ— Russell Wilson (@DangeRussWilson) March 31, 2020Every dollar donated to Feeding America’s food banks can provide at least 10 meals.Check out some other famous figures who are raising awareness to food banks and various relief initiatives here. Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by April 3, 2020 /Sports News – National Tom Brady donates 10 million meals through Wheels Up partnership amid COVID-19
View post tag: people View post tag: ESPS Training & Education Back to overview,Home naval-today ESPS Relámpago Rescues 68 People View post tag: Navy View post tag: Naval ESPS Relámpago Rescues 68 People View post tag: Relámpago September 10, 2012 View post tag: £68 View post tag: rescues On Saturday 8 September, Spanish warship ESPS Relámpago, currently operating as part of the EU Naval Force – Operation ATALANTA, fighting piracy off the Somali Coast, rescued 68 people after finding them adrift in a small boat in the middle of the Gulf of Aden.The stricken vessel was first sighted from the air by a Japanese maritime patrol aircraft, and after hearing the report, ESPS Relampago, launched her helicopter to locate the boat, whilst the warship proceeded at best speed to provide humanitarian asistance.On arrival at the scene, marine engineers from the Spanish warship boarded the boat and carried out an inspection of the vessel’s engine, which, due to it’s very poor condition, failed to start desite several attempts by the crew.As the stricken vessel was 100 nautical miles from the Somali coast, the decision was taken to tow the vessel to safety to the port of Boosaaso, and at the same time much needed food, water and medical assistance was provided.After the resuce, which lasted over 24 hours, all of the 68 people were safely disembarked at Boosasso port, in north Somalia.ESPS Relamgago has now contined her counter piracy patrols in the Gulf of Aden.[mappress]Naval Today Staff, September 10, 2012; Image: EU Navfor View post tag: News by topic Share this article
Notes to Applicant: This is a part-time position. Officialtranscripts are required for a faculty appointment and will berequested upon selection of the final candidate. All positions atthe University of Houston are security sensitive and will require acriminal history check. Employ a variety of pedagogical strategiesMaintain course-specific recordsEvaluate student work in a timely mannerProvide students with quality feedback as to their advancementtoward meeting student learning objectivesBe available for individual student conferences a CVunofficial transcriptsthe names and contact information of three referencesa cover letter that describes your interest in the position andyour qualifications for it The Moores School of Music within the Kathrine G. McGovern Collegeof the Arts of the University of Houston offers bachelor’s,master’s and doctoral degrees in performance, performance andpedagogy, conducting, music education, musicology and music theory.The Moores School also offers courses and performance opportunitiesto the campus at large. These programs and initiatives incorporateapplied instruction, ensemble performance, and coursework in musichistory, music theory, aural skills, music technology, research,pedagogy, and conducting.Applications for adjunct teaching positions in all these areas areaccepted and reviewed on a continuous basis by the Director and thedivision heads.Adjunct faculty are expected to: In addition, faculty in the Moores School of Music are expected toexhibit the following core values. Qualified candidates willbe:dedicated to excellence in the artsfocused on student successteam players who are willing to work across disciplinesproblem solversmodels of integrity and collegiality with a commitment todiversitypassionate, energetic, and tenacious The University of Houston is an Equal Opportunity/ AffirmativeAction employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and persons withdisabilities are encouraged to apply.Qualifications :To be considered for an adjunct position in the Moores School ofMusic, the following requirements must be met:Hold a master’s or doctoral degree from an accredited collegeor university;Demonstrate a history of successful administrative or facultyexperience in the discipline;Demonstrate competence in assigned course content area(s);Possess strong verbal and written communication skills. Applications must include:
In December of 2014, beloved actor Bill Murray found himself in a crowded bar called the Three Muses on Frenchmen Street in New Orleans, LA. The house band, led by trombonist Glen David Andrews, decided to treat Murray to a familiar tune, and busted out in a performance of “Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker, Jr., best known for its role as the movie’s theme song.While the story made the rounds at the time, it wasn’t until Andrews posted the video last night were we able to see how it went down. Thanks to a YouTube user only known by Daniel, we can watch Murray’s reaction as a NOLA brass group surprises him with the theme music. You can also see Jon Favreau sitting near Murray, enjoying the festivities.“It was one of the most exciting moments of my career, to be sitting next to Bill Murray with him smiling and them playing ‘Ghostbusters’ to him from like 10 feet away,” Favreau said in an interview with Mashable. “Then he leaned over to me and he was like, ‘You know, Jon, you really need a theme song.’ He really got a kick out of it.” What fun![H/T NOLA.com]
The first-ever Phish Studies Conference will take place May 17–19 at Oregon State University. For much of the Phish community, scholarship is a foreign idea. The enigmatic world of academic conferences and peer-reviewed journals is something that only those in academia are privy to. But for those academics participating in the conference, the chance to blend their livelihoods with their passions is nothing short of a dream come true. For the rest of the Phish community, this is their chance to witness something monumental: the birth of a new academic discipline to validate the deep level of thinking in which this community regularly engages.It was only a matter of time before this happened. The Phish community grew out of east coast college students in the 80s and 90s who eventually had to pursue greater goals beyond Phish tour when the band began their series of hiatuses. This is an intelligent group of people who, for the most part, participate in complex and intellectually inspiring conversations about the band all the time. Fans use their college-born skills to dissect every nuance of the band and this community because, well, because Phish is our life, and who doesn’t want to delve into a conversation about the meaning of life?In fact, there is even a whole discipline dedicated to Fandom Studies. These scholars explain how fandom enhances our lives by allowing us to participate in meaningful discourse, similar to academic communities—which, essentially, are the only places that adults are able to consistently engage in the philosophical engagement that many crave. The fans participating in the conference, a group of the most non-traditional scholars you will ever meet, are men and women who have used the band and the community as case studies for their disciplines of choice in order to gain status as PhDs.This is no easy feat. Academics are stuffy by nature and have very particular views about what constitutes an acceptable area of study. Most do not see modern day jam bands as a good example of groundbreaking research. But why not? We all agree that Phish stands out as a leader in the jam band community, with the unique way they have brought together a neat little community of people who have dedicated a large chunk of their existence to participation in the rituals that are required to be a fan. Ask a fan his or her opinion on a show, a set, an individual jam, and you are likely to receive a dissertation-like response that can rival any peer-reviewed publication. There is no doubt in any Phish fan’s mind that documenting the actions of this band is essential to preserving this cultural anomaly, a band that changed the rules and continues to grow with new fans and new ways of communicating to and inspiring those fans to join the ranks of their dedicated base.In this respect, Phish allows us to hold up a mirror to a culture and reflect upon the ways in which we situate ourselves in the world. As you can imagine, Phish fans are hella-smart, and their papers reflect an engaging look into their various areas of study, which makes it a great way to digest interdisciplinary studies (see: academic buzzword). This is why, in November of 2018, a group of eight scholar-fans participated in a panel of presentations about their individual studies related to the band at the 104th National Communications Conference. Stuffy academics, beware! Scholar-fans are here to shake things up.The conference at OSU is the vision of Dr. Stephanie Jenkins, the philosophy professor behind the online course “Philosophy of the School of Phish”. In fact, this past summer, she brought a group of her students to The Gorge as the lab portion of the class and staged the first ever academic colloquium at a Phish show. Eight scholars presented their research for the students, along with a host of curious fans who braved the sweltering heat in order to debate the concept of the “wook” and the statistical formula used to predict the rating of a Phish show on Phish.net. It was a glorious afternoon, and a clear indication of how hungry Phish fans are for a deeper and more intellectual view into how they spend their free time. Remember the saying, “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life?” Well, welcome to early retirement.While the concept of an academic conference about a jam band may raise some questions, as in “whose tax dollars are supporting this?”, it is essential to contemplate the implications of such an innovative proposal. Besides the obvious ability to poke some holes in the academic bubble that is disconcerting for aspiring PhDs these days, there are other benefits to this formula. Firstly, this academic conference will host a panel of students who will have the opportunity to learn how to present at a conference. In addition, they will be connected with existing academics to mentor them in their aspirational studies. This concept aligns with our community as a place where like-minded people are welcome to participate in and be accepted by others who may have more expertise and are willing to share their knowledge. In other words, we must support a deeper level of intellectual engagement in a more public arena in order to expose the nuances of the theories that already guide our lives. An academic conference on Phish Studies, which can attract an audience of non-academics, can illuminate the need for more exposure to bigger ideas which inspire the enlightening conversation that we so desperately need today. There is no better community to support this endeavor than the Phish community.So what can you do? For starters, we can start this dialogue, make it an ongoing, productive conversation that will inspire action where we need it most—the places that Phish fans converge in their views of the world. The financial and emotional support of this community can do wonders for the field of academia that is currently in a precarious place, and the Phish Studies Conference is an excellent place to start.Currently, there is a small price tag for students to attend the conference (academics can generally get some support from their universities). There are also opportunities to sponsor a student’s academic endeavors. Non-phans are also encouraged to come and check out the thought-provoking insights on the fan base with which we’re so familiar. We can do our due diligence to document this amazing world we are privy to, in order to ensure future generations can learn from it. We know that it’s not just about the music. Why not prove it to everyone else?Registration for the Phish Studies Conference at Oregon State University on May 17–19 is now open. For a tentative list of presentations at the conference, click here. You can also click here to learn more about how to make a donation or sponsor a student, or head here for more information.