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Psychologist-Pain – 100853

first_imgWest Virginia University School of Medicine’s Departments ofAnesthesiology and Behavioral Medicine & Psychiatry seek a PainPsychologist qualified for appointment at the Assistant Professor,Associate Professor, or Professor rank. The successful candidatewill practice in Morgantown, WV.Duties: The successful candidate will practice in the area of PainPsychology and will be located primarily within the WVU Center forIntegrative Pain Management. The position will include clinical,teaching/supervision, and research responsibilities. The candidatewill lead the behavioral unit of the CIPM and serve on the WVUMedicine Medical Staff Affairs Pain Committee. The candidate willprovide evaluations for candidacy for opioids or implantabledevices and evidence-based group or individual treatment within theintegrated pain center. In addition to providing excellent patientcare, the successful candidate will also be actively involved inteaching medical students, residents, and fellows. For appointmentat the Associate Professor or Professor rank, it is expected thatcandidates engage in research.Qualifications: Applicants must have a PhD or PsyD in clinicalpsychology from an APA/CPA-accredited graduate program with anAPA/CPA-approved internship and be immediately eligible forlicensure in West Virginia. For appointment at the AssociateProfessor rank, a demonstrated track record of leadership, clinicaland teaching excellence and scholarly activity are required. Forappointment at the Professor rank, Board Certification (ABPP) isrequired. All qualifications must be met by the time ofappointment.The WVU Medicine Center for Integrative Pain Management strives totreat the whole person, not just the physical symptoms of pain. ThePain Clinic offers a multi-disciplinary approach with the services:Behavioral Health, clinical group and individual therapy,chiropractic, massage, acupuncture, nutrition, along with physicalmovement services.Researchers at the WVU Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute havedeveloped innovative clinical trials toward new, non-opioidtreatments for a range of pain conditions aligned with the WVUMedicine Center for Integrative Pain Management’s mission to combatthe opioid crisis.WVU Anesthesiology has the largest anesthesia practice in thestate, and is the only anesthesiology residency-training program.The department has more than 150 credentialed clinicians.The Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry stronglyencourages professional development with support/mentoring fordevelopment of clinical services, improved teaching/training, andscholarship.WVU Medicine is West Virginia University’s affiliated healthsystem, West Virginia’s largest private employer, and a nationalleader in patient safety and quality. The WVU Health System iscomprised of thirteen member hospitals and five hospitals undermanagement agreements, anchored by its flagship hospital, J.W RubyMemorial Hospital in Morgantown, a 700+ bed academic medical centerthat offers tertiary and quaternary care.Morgantown, West Virginia is located just over an hour south ofPittsburgh, PA and three hours from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore,MD. Morgantown is consistently rated as one of the best smallmetropolitan areas in the country for both lifestyle and businessclimate. Highlights of the area are: cultural diversity,family-friendly environment, excellent school system, beautifulhomes and recreational activities.Build your legacy as you serve, teach, learn and make a differencefrom day one. To learn more, visithttps://wvumedicine.org/ruby-memorial-hospital/services/wvu-specialty-clinics/pain-management-center/and apply online at http://wvumedicine.org/careers/.For additional information, please contact Megan Core, SeniorPhysician Recruiter, at [email protected] Virginia University & University Health Associates are anAA/EO employer – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – and WVU isthe recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity.Notes To Applicants Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals withDisabilities.Please view Equal Employment Opportunity Posters provided byOFCCP here .The contractor will not discharge or in any other mannerdiscriminate against employees or applicants because they haveinquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay ofanother employee or applicant. However, employees who have accessto the compensation information of other employees or applicants asa part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay ofother employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwisehave access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is(a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtheranceof an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including aninvestigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with thecontractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR60-1.35(c)last_img read more

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Birds on Film

first_imgZoologists at Oxford University are using newly developed video devices to record crows in the wild.Scientists have developed miniaturised video cameras, each weighing about 14 grams, which can be attached to two tail feathers using adhesive tape. The device is allowing researchers to track 18 crows in their natural habitat, allowing them to make surprising and intimate observations about their undisturbed behaviour. This technique has been described as helping scientists to break “one of the final frontiers of ornithological field research.”Dr Christian Rutz from the Behavioural Ecology Research Group at the Zoology Department said “Whilst video footage has been taken before using tame, trained birds, it is only now that we have been able to design cameras that are small and light enough to travel with wild birds and let them behave naturally. “Potentially, this new video technology could help us to answer some long-standing questions about the ecology and behaviour of many other bird species that are otherwise difficult to study.”To learn more, visit http://www.newcaledoniancrow.com. Cherwell24 is not responsible for the content of external links.last_img read more

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UNITED STATES SENATOR MIKE BRAUN IS CCO ANNUAL AWARDS LUNCHEON KEYNOTE…

first_imgFacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare The United States Senator Mike Braun will be the City-County Observer keynote speaker for the “Annual Community Achievement Awards”  luncheon on October 25, 2019. Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch will introduce United Senator Mike Braun.Braun was born in Jasper, Indiana, on March 24, 1954. He graduated from Jasper High School. Braun was a three-sport star athlete; he married his high school sweetheart, Maureen, who was a cheerleader. He attended the all-male Wabash College, where he was a member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity and graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in economics, and Harvard Business School, where he earned a master’s degreeAfter graduating from Harvard, Braun moved back to Indiana and joined his father’s business manufacturing truck bodies for farmers. When the economy of the mid-1980s hit farmers hard and his father’s business nearly went under, Braun steered the business in the more lucrative direction of selling truck accessories. The business subsequently grew from 15 employees to more than 300. In 1986 Braun and Daryl Rauscher acquired Meyer Body Inc., a manufacturer of truck bodies and distributor of truck parts and equipment. In 1995 Braun fully acquired the company. Meyer Body was renamed Meyer Distributing in 1999. Braun is its president and CEO.These years City-County Observer “Annual Community Achievement Awards” honorees are Margaret Koch, the Honorable Vanderburgh County Superior Court Judge Margaret  “Maggie” Lloyd, Christine Keck, Steve Hammer,  EPD Sergeant-Jason Cullum and President of the Vanderburgh County Commission-Ben Shoulders.Former Vanderburgh County Sheriff, past United States Congressmen and  Vectren Executive Brad Ellsworth, will be the Master Of Ceremonies for this event.This year’s awards luncheon will be held at Tropicana-Evansville Walnut rooms A and B. The registration begins at 11:30 am, the event officially starts at 12 noon on October 25, 2019.Reservations for this event may be obtained by calling  JIM KNAUFF at 1-812) 457-1017 The deadline for registration is October 22, 2019. Last year’s event was a sellout.last_img read more

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Scores on the doors decision

first_imgThe Food Standards Agency (FSA) has approved a six-tier Scores on the Doors hygiene rating scheme for England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Under the scheme, the hygiene standards of all food retailers and foodservice operators will be rated from fail to a top-score of five. Scores will be published on the internet and retail bakeries and foodservice operators encouraged to voluntarily display them on the premises. Scotland is to continue with a two-tier system of ‘pass’ or ‘improvement required’ – a scheme that many industry groups should have been rolled out nationally. Thomas Adams, MD of Northampton bakery chain Oliver Adams told British Baker, that he thought a six-tier scheme gave greater for inconsistencies in how businesses are scored. “Each EHO interprets the rules differently. If it were simply pass or fail, there would be less room for inconsistency.”last_img read more

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Press release: Foreign Secretary statement on international sanctions in response to Russian aggression in the Black Sea

first_imgThe EU, together with Australia, Canada and the US, has imposed sanctions on individuals for their role in Russia’s use of military force against 3 Ukrainian vessels and their crew in the Kerch Strait and Black Sea in November 2018.The EU sanctions will prevent named individuals from travelling within the EU, and freeze any known assets linked to them in the EU.The UK has consistently stood with Ukraine in opposing this attack and all instances of Russian aggression towards Ukraine, including Russia’s illegal annexation of Crimea five years ago. We will continue to do so together with our international partners.Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said: Today, the UK and our international partners in the EU, Australia, Canada and the US have sent an unequivocal message to Russia that their attack on Ukrainian vessels in the Kerch Strait and Black Sea last year was absolutely unacceptable. These sanctions are another example of the international community standing up to Russia as it persistently violates international law. We will continue to take necessary action together in response to Russia’s efforts to destabilise Ukraine. Russia must immediately release the 24 detained servicemen and return the seized vessels. We remain deeply concerned for the safety and welfare of the servicemen who are unjustly held in Russian custody. Russia must allow free and unhindered passage of Ukrainian and international ships through the Kerch Strait and the Sea of Azov. We, with our international partners, stand with Ukraine in opposing Russia’s ongoing efforts to undermine Ukrainian security, sovereignty and territorial integrity. Further information Follow the Foreign Secretary on Twitter @Jeremy_Hunt and Facebook Media enquiries Email [email protected] Follow the Foreign Office on Instagram, YouTube and LinkedIn Follow the Foreign Office on Twitter @foreignoffice and Facebook For journalists last_img read more

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Browning cinema offers high-quality movie-going experience on campus

first_imgIn September 2004, the Browning Cinema opened on Notre Dame campus. Located in the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center, the Browning Cinema is a THX certified, 200-seat theater that offers a variety of programs and events.“It’s kind of like an arthouse cinema where we don’t really show large commercial-released films,” Kevin Krizmanich, the cinema production manager at Browning Cinema, said. “We do show newer, more independent films like indie films, classic films, cult-classic films, and then we do a lot of series and partnerships with different departments on campus and different groups from the South Bend community.”When attending the Browning, students can expect to see films that are highly renowned and often difficult to access at a typical, commercialized movie theater.Krizmanich said the Browning’s THX certification is very rare on a college campus and having a theater as high of a quality as the Browning on Notre Dame campus is a privilege.Films screened at the Browning Cinema are chosen with careful planning.“The cinema program director’s chief responsibility is to design film series and create partnerships on campus and in the community,” Krizmanich said.Because of the wide variety of resources Notre Dame offers, the Browning often partners with different departments and academics on campus to enrich the cinematic experience at the theater.Another way the Browning strives to enrich the educational experience of film is by frequently presenting short introductions to the audience before a film is screened.“When possible, an introduction really helps frame a film in a certain way,” Krizmanich said. “It takes it beyond the typical movie theater experience. It’s hard not to find somebody who can speak smartly about a film on campus.”The Browning Cinema offers a variety of film series and events, such as the Learning Beyond the Classics film series.“Basically they choose a theme and then choose six films,” said Krizmanich, “This current one we’re doing right now is on films about death row. They help invoke your feelings about the death penalty, and it gives a little historical context about the death penalty as well.”The Browning Cinema also offers National Theatre Live and Met Opera Live, which are live satellite streams of various theaters in London and the metropolitan opera in New York.“That’s a cool program where you get the best of the best in theater and opera live-streamed,” Krizmanich said. “Because of the quality of our theater, you’re getting the best experience around.”Screenings take place six days a week. On Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, films are shown between 7 & 8 p.m., while Friday screenings take place at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. On Saturday, there is usually an afternoon screening, along with another 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. screening later that day. The family film series takes place at noon on Sunday, and another film is shown at 3 p.m. on Sunday as well.Not only is the experience at the Browning of high quality, it’s also incredibly affordable for students. Often, students are able to receive free tickets or heavily discounted tickets for films sponsored by various departments across campus.While attending the Browning is often an educational experience, the entertainment value is immense as well, Krizmanich said.“Because we have the resources, we get to bring in directors and experts in the field of cinema and whatever the topic of the film is,” said Krizmanich. “That’s one of the fun things we get to do, and we get to give the community and the students a really cool, unique experience that you don’t get when you just go to a typical movie theater.”Tags: Browning Cinema, DPAC, Filmlast_img read more

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Watch: Professional surfer Mick Fanning fights off shark

first_imgProfessional surfer Mick Fanning fought off a giant shark during the final heat of J-Bay Open in South Africa on Sunday, and the entire ordeal was captured on video.“I was just sitting there,” Fanning told a reporter shortly after he boarded a rescue boat. “I was just about to start moving when I felt something grab and get stuck in my leg rope. I instantly jumped away but it just kept coming at my board and began kicking and screaming. I just saw fins. I never saw teeth then I punched him in the back.”The competition was called off shortly after the attack. Miraculously, Fanning walked with walked away without injury.last_img read more

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Hack #2: Get to know one another

first_imgLife hacks. They pop up on your social media feed all the time. Hammer time? Use a clothespin to hold the nail. Crazy cords? Organize them with a repurposed paper towel roll. They’re smart strategies to manage daily activities in a more efficient way. For a small credit union, some of the best efficiency-driven life hacks – or biz hacks, if you will – are technology driven. They’re simple tips to play smarter and gain an edge against your bigger competition. We have five favorites. Here’s number two.Video Playerhttps://www.cuinsight.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Financial_Hack2_Draft_3.mp400:0000:0001:23Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Open and honest communication forges strong bonds between friends. Apply that same thinking organizationally, between lines of business, and you may discover the same outcome. Have IT work with the line-of-business to understand its challenges (its vulnerabilities) and create solutions to solve those problems. Go one step further and make your technology vendor your partner. Attend user meetings and conferences, pursue training, and create connections with other like-minded credit union leaders. As a small credit union, you likely already embrace the hack lifestyle, because you work with what you’ve got, improvising solutions to everyday challenges. As long as you play smart, you’ll dominate the competition. 74SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Michelle Harbinak Shapiro Michelle Shapiro has more than a 15 years of experience in the banking industry to her role as Financial Services Industry Expert at Hyland Software. Her mission is to share … Web: www.onbase.com Detailslast_img read more

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Benin confirms its first H5N1 outbreaks

first_imgDec 17, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Tests in Italy have confirmed the first poultry outbreaks of H5N1 avian influenza in the West African country of Benin, according to news services.Agriculture Minister Robert Dovonou said suspected cases found on two farms earlier this month were confirmed by the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) in Padua, Italy, according to a Dec 15 report by Agence France-Presse (AFP).The farms are north of Porto Novo, the capital, and in Cotonou, the commercial capital, both in Benin’s southern coastal strip, AFP and Reuters reported.Benin is surrounded by countries that have faced poultry outbreaks within the last 2 years: Nigeria, Togo, Niger, and Burkina Faso. Nigeria has had one human H5N1 case. Ivory Coast and Ghana are other West African states that have had poultry outbreaks.Benin officials reported the two suspected outbreaks to the OIE on Dec 5, saying 100 birds had died and 245 had been killed to stop the outbreak. Most of the birds were chickens, but eight turkeys were among affected poultry on the Cotonou farm.According to the Reuters report, published today, health experts have expressed concern that Benin’s Voodoo priests could be at risk for avian flu because of their practice of tearing out the throats of live chickens in ritual sacrifices.In other developments, the agriculture ministry in Saudi Arabia destroyed 13,500 ostriches to control an H5N1 outbreak on a farm in the Al-Kharj region, about 50 miles south of Riyadh, according to a report today by ArabNews, an English-language newspaper in the country. An AFP report said the outbreak was discovered Dec 13.As a result of the outbreak, city officials in Riyadh have ordered poultry sellers and restaurants not to sell ostrich meat, the newspaper said.Saudi Arabia has had a series of poultry outbreaks that began Nov 12, according to previous reports. ArabNews said 4 million birds have been culled in 14 outbreaks.Meanwhile, H5N1 was found in a flock of 11 chickens in eastern Germany, according to a Dec 15 Associated Press (AP) report. After several chickens died, two were tested by a federal lab and found infected, the story said. The flock was in the Oberhavel region, northwest of Berlin.The other surviving chickens were destroyed, and poultry within a 2-mile radius of the flock were being checked, the AP reported.Germany’s last reported poultry outbreaks were in the provinces of Bavaria and Thuringia in August and September, according to German reports to the OIE. About 4,000 birds died and more than 336,000 were culled in those outbreaks.See also: OIE reports on Benin and Germany outbreakshttp://www.oie.int/downld/AVIAN%20INFLUENZA/A2007_AI.php#last_img read more

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Shaking up and shipping out

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