Dermatology services still not restored at LGH – Mc Conalogue

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Facebook WhatsApp Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Facebook Minister McConalogue says he is working to improve fishing quota Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Previous articleHolmes and Connelly step down in MayoNext articleMan dies after adverse reaction to wasp sting in Convoy admin Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Twittercenter_img Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also WhatsApp A Donegal Deputy has accused the Government of failing to meet a commitment on dermatology services at Letterkenny General Hospital.It has been claimed that despite assurances that dermatology services would resume at the hospital at the beginning of September, this hasn’t happened and patients are still waiting for these clinics to be restored.Deputy Charlie McConalogue has been highlighting the issue, he says because of the escalating waiting lists patients are being forced to travel to Sligo for treatment.He says it’s unfair people should not have to travel for services that should be on their doorstep:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. By admin – October 3, 2015 LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Dermatology services still not restored at LGH – Mc Conalogue Google+ Pinterest Twitter 70% of Cllrs nationwide threatened, harassed and intimidated over past 3 years – Reportlast_img read more

Michigan City man, 90, arrested for suspected child molestation

first_imgIndianaLocalNews Facebook Pinterest Michigan City man, 90, arrested for suspected child molestation Google+ Google+ Facebook WhatsApp By Network Indiana – June 17, 2020 0 698 Twitter (Photo supplied/LaPorte County Jail) A 90-year-old man from Michigan City has been charged with child molestation.Russell Albano is accused of molesting an 8-year-old girl.The victim told police the abuse started when she was five. Two other people told police Albano sent them pornography.A hearing in LaPorte County is scheduled June 23 on a request to lower the $100,000 bond he’s being held on.If convicted, Albano faces more than 60 years in prison. Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleMotorcyclist hospitalized with serious injuries after crash at Douglas & Grape Roads in MishawakaNext articleSen. Braun: Police reform should have already happened Network Indianalast_img read more

Interns and fellows share findings with Harvard conservation community

first_imgConservators and preservation specialists from across Harvard gathered to learn about the projects and challenges faced by several interns and fellows working across Harvard, in the museums and libraries.“It was a great learning experience,” said Kelli Piotrowski, a Kress Fellow working at Weissman Preservation Center. “My background is in rare books, and I got to branch out and work with materials ranging from 14th-century manuscripts to mid-20th-century architectural drawings.”The Harvard Library hosts up to two graduate level conservation interns each year at the Weissman Center. This year, the library received a grant from the American Institute for Conservation to support a Kress Fellowship in postgraduate conservation work.Brenda Bernier, head of the Weissman Preservation Center, observed, “Fellows and advanced interns bring fresh ideas and ask insightful questions that keep us on our toes. It also gives us the opportunity to contribute to the education of the next generation of conservators.  Both sides benefit from the exchange. We hope to get sustained funding to continue offering fellowships across all of Preservation Services.” Read Full Storylast_img read more

Facebook in organ donation push

first_img Share Philip Barton explains how his son’s transplant prompted him to use Facebook to raise awareness about organ donationThe NHS and social networking site Facebook have joined forces in an attempt to increase the number of organs being donated.People will be able to register as an organ donor through the website and share their intentions with family and friends.Three people die every day while waiting for a transplant, NHS says.NHS Blood and Transplant said the partnership was an “exciting new way” to encourage donation.Around 10,000 people in the UK are on the waiting list for an organ.‘Life event’The NHS said only half of registered organ donors told their families that they wanted to donate their organs after death. If somebody is on the register then legally the organs can be used for transplantation. However, organs are not taken if the family is too upset by the prospect. The NHS said relatives who knew the person’s wishes were far more likely to consent.People can now say they are an organ donor as part of their “Facebook Timeline”. It is marked as one of their life events alongside getting married, having a new job or moving home. It will also mean people can register to become an organ donor through the NHS’s own pages on the social networking site.Inspired by friendsSimon Milner, the UK policy director at Facebook, told the BBC: “This is about making it easier for families in that highly emotional time as somebody dies, that they know this person is a register organ donor.“The second thing is to encourage people who may have thought about it in the past, but have just not got round to it or who might be inspired by finding out that 10 of their friends are organ donors, or 100 of their friends are organ donors, that they want to do it too.“We think there’ll be a double benefit from this.”NHS Blood and Transplant’s director of organ donation and transplantation, Sally Johnson, said Facebook was a “fantastic way” of getting families to talk about organ donation now instead of at “the worst possible time”.She said: “We need more people to sign up to the register and share their wishes with their friends and family, our job is to make that as quick and easy as possible. “This is an exciting new way to use the power of social media to reach a huge audience and encourage people to think about it, act, and share that information.”Initially, similar partnerships will be launched in the US, Australia and the Netherlands. Facebook then hopes to widen the scheme to other countries.By James GallagherHealth and science reporter, BBC News Share Sharing is caring! Sharecenter_img 4 Views   no discussions HealthLifestyle Facebook in organ donation push by: – May 1, 2012 Tweetlast_img read more

Gregg Berhalter named USMNT head coach

first_imgColumbus’ form faltered in 2018 as talk of Berhalter’s impending departure grew, but the team recovered to upset DC United in the play-offs and reach the Eastern Conference semi-finals.37 – Gregg Berhalter is the 37th head coach in #USMNT history. Since the start of 2014, no #MLS club scored more goals from corners than Berhalter’s Columbus Crew. Welcome.— OptaJack (@OptaJack) December 2, 2018Crew chairman Anthony Precourt said on Sunday: “On behalf of the club, I want to congratulate Gregg and thank him for his visionary leadership and commitment to establishing Columbus Crew SC as a consistently high-performing, playoff-caliber team.”Precourt drew criticism for his public attempts to move the Crew from Columbus to Austin during Berhalter’s time at the club. Gregg Berhalter has been appointed as the United States’ new head coach after months of speculation.USA had been without a permanent boss since October 2017 when Bruce Arena quit after failing to guide the team to the 2018 World Cup, the States missing the finals for the first time since 1986. Dave Sarachan had taken charge of a series of friendlies in the meantime as US Soccer delayed making a decision on an appointment, with his contract up at the end of the year following friendly defeats to England and Italy last month.And Berhalter has belatedly been confirmed as the new man, as expected, leaving Columbus Crew in MLS after five years.He becomes the first USA coach to have represented the country as a player at a World Cup, collecting 44 caps as he played a prominent role at the 2002 finals in Japan and South Korea.The first U.S. World Cup veteran to coach the #USMNT. Gregg Berhalter has a message for all our supporters:— U.S. Soccer MNT (@ussoccer_mnt) December 2, 2018″This is a tremendous honor,” Berhalter said. “Having played for the national team, I know what it means to represent our country.”I believe in our players and our program and, together, we will work to build something special and develop a team that will make our supporters proud.”US Soccer announced that the appointment was ratified by unanimous vote at a meeting on Saturday.Berhalter has long been tipped for the role, having reached the MLS Cup final in 2015, where the Crew were beaten by the Portland Timbers.last_img read more

Cuba tops Australia, will face Israel in WBC 2nd round

first_imgTOKYO — Outfielder Alfredo Despaigne hit a grand slam in the fifth inning Friday to lead Cuba over Australia 4-3 and into the second round of the World Baseball Classic.Despaigne, who played for the Chiba Lotte Marines in Japan the last three seasons, connected off Australia pitcher Lachlan Wells for his second homer of the tournament.“I don’t swing to be a home run king,” Despaigne said. “I try to drive in runs. I’m so happy to contribute to the national team.”Despaigne homered three times in six games in the 2013 World Baseball Classic. His grand slam Friday came off a 2-1 fastball Wells left in the middle of the plate. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Cuba finished Pool B with a 2-1 record and will face Israel at Tokyo Dome on Sunday. Australia has played in the WBC all four times but has never made it out of the first round.“We out-hit them, we outplayed them,” Australia manager Jon Deeble said. “The only place we didn’t win was the scoreboard. They (Cuba) have a knack of doing that.”Also, Seiji Kobayashi and Sho Nakata both hit two-run homers as Japan beat China 7-1 to finish Pool B with a 3-0 record.Two-time champion Japan will open the second round against the Netherlands on Sunday.last_img read more