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Educators and concerned citizens discuss the pros and cons of private education and Student’s fees. Two 29:30 videos.
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This webinar took place August 22, 2012 and featured Martine Apodaca of Enroll America and two communications directors from state health insurance exchanges: Michael Marchand of the Washington Health Benefits Exchange and Mary Sienko of the Minnesota Health Insurance Exchange. Martine provided an update on Enroll America’s public education campaign and related research. The other speakers offered insights into their planning processes as they work to design effective branding, messaging, and outreach strategies to educate the public about the new coverage options that will be available through health insurance exchanges.
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This is drjhaney. Remember I told you yesterday that we needed to work hard to secure the reelection of the President. One of the arguments you can use is that the health care law is beginning to work and it is demonstrating that the President is right. As a matter of fact, he has claimed it and said that he likes it. He likes Obamacare because he cares. Any way, I just wanted to get in touch and remind you that we have to work harder to help the president. Tons of money is being raised to defeat him; this health care information alone is worth his reelection. I also told you to go to the channel www.drmdk.com and keep up with what we are doing for the campaign. I want you to watch those videos and start using the information to help me reelect President Obama. Have to take Alana to school, drjhaney
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This is drjhaney. Remember I told you yesterday that we needed to work hard to secure the reelection of the President. One of the arguments you can use is that the health care law is beginning to work and it is demonstrating that the President is right. As a matter of fact, he has claimed it and said that he likes it. He likes Obamacare because he cares. Any way, I just wanted to get in touch and remind you that we have to work harder to help the president. Tons of money is being raised to defeat him; this health care information alone is worth his reelection. I also told you to go to the channel www.drmdk.com and keep up with what we are doing for the campaign. I want you to watch those videos and start using the information to help me reelect President Obama. Have to take Alana to school, drjhaney (lost spell check)
Pensacola, FL (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
As part of its ongoing efforts to expand the reach of its innovative online learning program, Smart Horizons Career Online Education (SHCOE), based in Pensacola, FL, has partnered with Ashland University of Ashland, OH, to launch Ashland Career Online High School. This new online school offering students both an 18-credit high school diploma and a credentialed career certificate will be made available to inmates in U.S. corrections facilities.
SHCOE (https://www.shcoe.org/) became the worlds first AdvancED/SACS accredited online school district in February of 2011. Career certificates available to SHCOE students include Childcare,Transportation Services, Office Management, Homeland Security Protection Services, and General Career Preparation .
Established in 1878, Ashland University (http://www.ashland.edu) is a comprehensive university that serves a diverse student population. The school was ranked in the top 200 colleges and universities in U.S. News and World Reports National Universities category for 2012. In addition, Ashland University is recognized as the nations leading higher education institution in providing outreach programs designed to enhance education opportunities for members of the corrections community.
The Florida Department of Corrections recently announced its intent to award a contract to SHCOE for the provision of online career training and high school education services to Florida inmates, said Dr. Howard Liebman, CEO and Superintendent of SHCOE. Now this partnership with Ashland Universitya recognized leader in providing post-secondary education to prison populationsfurther expands SHCOEs role in the corrections space. Our goal is to provide online high school and career education to inmates in all 50 states around the United States. This is certainly another step in accomplishing that goal.
This collaboration with SHCOE fulfills a need to work with a population that has been identified as needing more assistance to succeed, said John Dowdell, Director of Ashland Universitys Gill Center for Business and Economic Education. This is a mutually beneficial relationship in which each organization can build on the strengths of the other. In addition to extending education opportunities, another goal of this partnership is to bring about a reduction in recidivism among prison inmates.
Both Dr. Liebman and Mr. Dowdell see this partnership between SHCOE and Ashland University as a means of creating a seamless educational flow in the corrections space. Inmates will have the opportunity to earn their high school diplomas and career certificates through Ashland Career Online High School before moving on to post-secondary studies with Ashland University, all in preparation of being re-incorporated into communities as productive members of the workforce.
Ashland University has continued to build technological components into its delivery of educational programs to members of corrections systems and incorporating a career online high school is a natural next step in the process, said Dr. Liebman.
Because of its relationship with Advanced Systems Technology (AST), a business partner in the SHCOE district, SHCOE is also uniquely positioned to address security issues involved in providing online education programs to incarcerated populations. AST is a technology firm that has provided numerous solutions to the U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Department of Justice since 1984 and has delivered online training to over 2,000,000 individuals.
Were excited about this partnership with SHCOE, said Dr. Frederick Finks, President of Ashland University. It provides an excellent opportunity for Ashland University to build on its longstanding service to the correctional community .
Smart Horizons Career Online Education, founded in 2009 and located in Pensacola, Florida, is a private, AdvancED/SACS accredited online school district. AdvancED/SACS District accreditation signifies that SHCOE and all of its schools are fully accredited and that SHCOE is recognized across the nation as a quality school system. Smart Horizons Career Online Education offers 18credit, careerbased high school diploma programs that are designed to prepare students for entrance into the workplace. Career certificate offerings include Childcare Education, Office Management, Protection Services, Homeland Security, Healthcare (coming soon), Transportation Services, and Professional Skills.
For more information, visit our website at http://www.shcoe.org, call our office at 8557774265 or email us at info(at)smarthorizonsonline(dot)org
Contact: Dr. Howard Liebman, Smart Horizons Career Online Education, CEO & Superintendent, 3059626489 or hliebman(at)smarthorizonsonline(dot)org
Shahid Afridi and Wasim Akram launched the Child Sports & Education Programme of Basic Human Rights for the children of slum areas in Karachi Pakistan. The programme will provide access to basic education, s-ports coaching, food, clothing and basic health care. Sponsor a child now, help us in creating the stars of the future, call us on 0044 (0) 1274 738 456 or visit our website; www.basichumanrights.org.uk
Question by sound_of_the_silenced3: Are education and healthcare human rights?
How can they be if they must violate property rights of someone else in order for government to provide them to you?
Do your rights end where my nose begins or not?
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Only for children.
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www.PreOp.com -or- http -or- bit.ly – Patient Education – Patient Education Company While you were in the hospital, you received instructions on how to insert a catheter into your own bladder and practiced the procedure until you could do it on your own. Before you self-catheterize at home, you will need to assemble the following equipment: Patient Education * Urine collecting hat * Warm soapy water in a basin * Clean washcloth * Catheter * Lubricant * Clean hand towel * Resealable plastic bag Void into the hat. Measure the amount of urine and record it in the voided volume column on your record sheet. Carefully, wash and dry your hands. For a female, lubricate the catheter for a distance of approximately 2 inches from the tip. The female should self-catheterize when sitting on the toilet. Soak the washcloth in warm soapy water and wring it partly dry. Separate the thighs wide apart. With one hand, separate the labia. With the other hand, use the washcloth to clean the vulva from front to back in a single stroke. Alternately, an antibacterial wipe may be used, wiping once from front to back. Patient Education Still holding the labia apart, grasp the lubricated catheter with the other hand 3-4 inches from the tip. Insert the catheter slowly and gently into the urethra. Thread the catheter into the bladder, a distance of 2 to 3 inches. When the catheter is in the bladder, urine will drain out. Collect the urine into the hat. When the flow of urine stops, gently remove the …
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Wenatchee, WA (PRWEB) November 14, 2007
eHealthinfoline.com has become an important source of health and medical information for consumers. While the primary focus of the website has been covering the most common medical conditions, such as heart disease and cancer, they have also focused their efforts on monitoring breaking news about new drugs. Recently, for example, the website reported on a popular fat removal drug treatment known as lipodissolve, which hasn’t been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. Today eHealthInfoLine.com announces the launch of its Healthcare Education Campaign: How to be an Informed Consumer.
“Last month we launched our Consumer Health News Monitoring Program, a broadening strategy where we not only track scientific breakthroughs and new drug approvals, but lawsuits and medical warnings as well,” says Bill Francis, a senior editor for eHealthinfoline.com. “Now we want to go a step further by launching a new initiative aimed at educating consumers based on the findings of this monitoring program.”
The monitoring program has tracked cautions from leading medical organizations warning consumers against the use of lipodissolve, also known as phosphatidylcholine injections or injection lipolysis. “When a warning is issued about a new drug, eHealthinfoline.com feels it necessary to spread the news. Public awareness about the safety of new drugs is our main concern,” Francis says.
Lipodissolve is meant to remove small deposits of fat through a series of phosphatidylcholine-based (PC/DC) injections. eHealthinfoline.com has been keeping a close eye on the treatment ever since the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts endorsed a ban in September against physicians administering lipodissolve unless as a part of an FDA-approved clinical trial. The ban has since been temporarily enjoined based on an appeal by a lipodissolve business but remains under review.
Last month, the Physician’s Coalition for Injectable Safety issued a consumer warning about lipodissolve. The alert advises consumers that FDA-approval is critical for any pharmaceutical injected into the body. Dr. Julius Few of Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, a member of the Coalition warns, “these should not be mistaken as an accepted medical or cosmetic treatment of localized fat reduction” and “are unproven medical treatments.” In addition, the safety of lipo-dissolve has been under scrutiny by other major medical societies, including the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Both discourage doctors from administering the injections because the drugs are not FDA-approved and long-term effects of the drugs have not been documented.
One lipo dissolve advertisement claims “lipodissolve is becoming popular with the elite and is an ideal treatment for celebrities and royalty,” so it’s no wonder that the treatment is growing in popularity. Staff at eHealthinfoline.com want to make sure that consumers know the details before choosing for or against any new drug, including lipodissolve. “The average person may not know the facts behind a drug or procedure and therefore are unable to make informed decisions or even ask the right questions,” says Francis. “We believe consumers base their decision on advertisements and patient testimonials, not scientific data. We want to prevent this from happening.”
A search on the eHealthinfoline.com website reveals that Dr. Roger Daily of The Physician’s Coalition for Injectable Safety warns consumers that “[lipodissolve] is not FDA approved nor has it been formally tested for predictable results or safety. That alone should steer customers away from the marketing hype.” To prevent consumers from being overwhelmed by what he calls “hype,” eHealthinfoline.com encourages patients to ask questions and do their homework when considering any medical procedure, including lipodissolve.
“Online research helps, but one must be wary of the source of the information,” warns Francis. “Look for balanced sources and weigh out the pros and cons of the medical procedure on your own.”
As a part of this Healthcare Education Campaign, eHealthinfoline.com has listed a set of questions outlining what a consumer should ask a physician before receiving any type of drug treatment (http://www.ehealthinfoline.com/healthcare-education.html). “Our company is devoted to informing the public by providing up-to-date information on medical conditions and new procedures and treatments,” says Francis. “We hope these questions will help consumers make the most informed decisions. After all, you only have one body, so be educated on what you’re doing to it.”
eHealthInfoLine.com is a free health care information directory and medical news watchdog. Ordinary people use EHealthInfoLine.com to research common health conditions and find answers to commonly asked medical questions. The company is based in Wenatchee, Washington.
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