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Bri IFSP Video Chapter 5-Service Plan
 
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Chapter five is the final chapter of this IFSP video. This chapter defines the service plan and emphasizes the importance of the family professional partnership and the delivery of services in a natural learning environment. The team identifies resources needed to support the outcomes developed before considering intensity, frequency and duration of intervention. Points to consider when determining intensity frequency and duration are also shared.
Views: 3598 EITP Illinois
Bri IFSP Video-Chapter 3.1-Child Outcomes
 
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Chapter three covers child outcomes and is also broken into three sub-chapters. The first sub-chapter of child outcomes reviews the three statewide child outcomes and why they are necessary. The family expresses their feelings and the team works to support them through this process. The child outcomes rating scale is also reviewed.
Views: 2935 EITP Illinois
Bri IFSP Video-Chapter 4.1-Family Centered Functional Outcomes
 
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Chapter four includes three sub-chapters that show the IFSP team's development of family centered functional outcomes and corresponding strategies. The first sub-chapter defines family centered functional outcomes and demonstrates team discussions that take place as a family transforms their priorities into a meaningful and measurable outcome.
Views: 3770 EITP Illinois
Bri IFSP Video-Chapter 3.2-Child Outcomes 1 & 2
 
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The second sub-chapter of child outcomes includes team discussions around the first two child outcomes. The team processes how Bri's skills in the different areas of development may impact her ability to demonstrate positive social emotional skills and her ability to acquire and use knowledge and skills. As discussions evolve into decisions the team learns to recognize the importance of considering a variety of settings and situations in order to come to consensus.
Views: 1962 EITP Illinois
Bri IFSP Video-Chapter 4.2-Family Centered Functional Outcomes
 
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The second sub-chapter of family centered functional outcomes defines strategies and emphasizes how important it is for strategies to be embedded into existing family routines. All team members contribute to the development of strategies to support the first family centered functional outcome for Bri and her family.
Views: 2876 EITP Illinois
Bri IFSP Video - Chapter 1- Introductions & Family Priorities
 
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Chapter one introduces the family and team members, reviews the purpose of the IFSP meeting, and highlights the service coordinator's role at the IFSP meeting. This chapter also includes discussion around family priorities and general tips to ensure families are at the center of an IFSP meeting.
Views: 11585 EITP Illinois
Bri IFSP Video-Chapter 3.3-Child Outcomes #3
 
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The third and final sub-chapter of child outcomes reviews the third child outcome which is taking appropriate actions to meet needs. Team members have differing opinions and they practice active listening and consensus building strategies to come to agreement.
Views: 1527 EITP Illinois
Bri IFSP Video Chapter 4.3-Family Centered Functional Outcomes
 
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The third and final sub-chapter of family centered functional outcomes includes the development of a second IFSP outcome and strategies for Bri and her family. Team discussions help the family identify the measurable aspects of the outcome. Strategies highlight community resources and a variety of natural settings are explored.
Views: 2762 EITP Illinois
The "IFSP" Video
 
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Training video developed by the Illinois Early Intervention Training Program. Trainers may use this video to facilitate discussions around what should, and what should NOT, happen at an IFSP meeting.
Views: 12380 EITP Illinois
Bri IFSP Video-Chapter 2.3-Levels of Development-Motor & Social
 
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Sub-chapter three of levels of development concludes the levels of development discussion by reviewing Bri's motor and social emotional development. Bri's parents express varying levels of concern with regards to "w" sitting and Bri's social skills. The service coordinator demonstrates the importance of summarizing which enables the team to continue discussions around family concerns and levels of development.
Views: 2336 EITP Illinois
Maybe, the most inspirational video ever . . .
 
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http://www.facebook.com/JohnVonAchen - In December 2009, I was privileged to speak before a large group of business professionals and entrepreneurs in Russia. My topic was, how to Create Your Best Year Ever in 2010. On that day, I ended by sharing a video my team and I had created to summarize the highlights of what I had taught. The audience was so moved by the video, many asked if they could have a copy. Today . . . I am sharing the video with you. My hope is this video encourages you as well. Share this video with anyone you know who needs a bit of encouragement and inspiration in these challenging times! It might make a difference in their day . . . and maybe, just maybe . . . their whole year!
Views: 5846671 John Von Achen
Bri IFSP Video-Chapter 2.1-Levels of Development-Communication
 
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Chapter two covers levels of development and is broken down into three sub-chapters. The first sub-chapter of levels of development includes team discussion around Bri's communication skills. The team has a free-flowing discussion that highlights Bri's strengths, acknowledges concerns, and encourages family involvement in the discussion.
Views: 4594 EITP Illinois
Why would people in an institution want to move, why would their family want them to move?
 
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Program Description: This presentation will focus on the steps, elements, and people that are needed to assist people with disabilities in their successful transition out of Hab Centers. The promise and the pitfalls associated with transition will be explored. Learning objectives include: 1. Participants will learn the major elements required for successful transition efforts. 2. Participants will be able to identify transition shock issues and the identifying characteristics. 3. Participants will learn the top myths and misconceptions that opponents of transition use (no supporting data but powerful emotions). 4. Participants will learn the most important non-negotiable steps that need to be in place for successful transition efforts. 5. Participants will learn how to become personally involved in the life of a person with a disability and the importance of this connection in understanding transition. 6. Participants will understand and be able to explain the major action plan steps needed when beginning the transition process. Program Presenter: Derrick F. Dufresne ,is the President of Community Resource Associates, Inc. (CRA), a training and management consulting firm that he founded in 1982. CRA is dedicated to promoting full community inclusion for people with disabilities. Derrick has provided training and consultation to more than forty thousand people in over forty-eight states since 1982. From 2003-2009, Derrick served as President and CEO of the Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities in Illinois. The Institute is a membership organization that focuses on promoting best practice and quality community supports for people with disabilities throughout Illinois. Derrick has worked in a variety of leadership positions in both community and institutional settings since 1974. His experience in running a statewide community residential program included the closing of nine ICF-MRs and eleven group homes, converting them to supported living arrange-ments based on the personal choice of the individuals served. He has served two terms on the Board of the American Association on Mental Retardation (now AAIDD). He was co-founder of the Community Living Division of that organization and served as chairperson of its Legislative and Social Issues Committee (LASI). He has also served as board member of the American Network of Community Resources (ANCOR). Derrick received the Missouri chapter of AAMR's 2002 Monsignor Behrman Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Mental Retardation. He also was awarded the national AAMR Service Award in 2002 "for unwavering service to people with developmental disabilities in support of self-determined and inclusive lives in communities across our nation." Derrick works extensively in the closing of residential facilities, transforming systems that support individuals with disabilities to implement best practice, and establishing community wraparound services for individuals who are in crisis. He also speaks frequently about impact of loneliness on people with disabilities. He is also deeply involved in teaching and coaching how to pair person-centered planning with individual budgets as part of the implementation of self-determination in a Medicaid environment. His work includes developing personalized residences for individuals, regardless of disability. As a former real estate broker, he has used his knowledge of real estate, financing, tax credits and subsidies to create affordable integrated housing for people with disabilities throughout the U.S. In addition, Derrick has devoted increasing time to consultation with parents, school systems and young people assisting in transition planning for individuals as they move from the educational system to adult services. He is deeply committed to assisting individuals with disabilities to "get a life," one person at a time.
Views: 220 MissouriDDCouncil
Premature Birth IFSP
 
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Lacey Wolf December 2010
Views: 304 rolyatflow
Bri IFSP Video-Ch2.2-Levels of Development-Cognitive & Self-Help
 
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Sub-chapter two of levels of development reviews Bri's cognitive and self help skills. Team members answer family questions about sensory processing and highlight how areas of development are inter-linked. Family input is encouraged and all team members engage in discussion.
Views: 2716 EITP Illinois
Where can people go to learn more?
 
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Program Description: This presentation will focus on the steps, elements, and people that are needed to assist people with disabilities in their successful transition out of Hab Centers. The promise and the pitfalls associated with transition will be explored. Learning objectives include: 1. Participants will learn the major elements required for successful transition efforts. 2. Participants will be able to identify transition shock issues and the identifying characteristics. 3. Participants will learn the top myths and misconceptions that opponents of transition use (no supporting data but powerful emotions). 4. Participants will learn the most important non-negotiable steps that need to be in place for successful transition efforts. 5. Participants will learn how to become personally involved in the life of a person with a disability and the importance of this connection in understanding transition. 6. Participants will understand and be able to explain the major action plan steps needed when beginning the transition process. Program Presenter: Derrick F. Dufresne ,is the President of Community Resource Associates, Inc. (CRA), a training and management consulting firm that he founded in 1982. CRA is dedicated to promoting full community inclusion for people with disabilities. Derrick has provided training and consultation to more than forty thousand people in over forty-eight states since 1982. From 2003-2009, Derrick served as President and CEO of the Institute on Public Policy for People with Disabilities in Illinois. The Institute is a membership organization that focuses on promoting best practice and quality community supports for people with disabilities throughout Illinois. Derrick has worked in a variety of leadership positions in both community and institutional settings since 1974. His experience in running a statewide community residential program included the closing of nine ICF-MRs and eleven group homes, converting them to supported living arrange-ments based on the personal choice of the individuals served. He has served two terms on the Board of the American Association on Mental Retardation (now AAIDD). He was co-founder of the Community Living Division of that organization and served as chairperson of its Legislative and Social Issues Committee (LASI). He has also served as board member of the American Network of Community Resources (ANCOR). Derrick received the Missouri chapter of AAMR's 2002 Monsignor Behrman Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Mental Retardation. He also was awarded the national AAMR Service Award in 2002 "for unwavering service to people with developmental disabilities in support of self-determined and inclusive lives in communities across our nation." Derrick works extensively in the closing of residential facilities, transforming systems that support individuals with disabilities to implement best practice, and establishing community wraparound services for individuals who are in crisis. He also speaks frequently about impact of loneliness on people with disabilities. He is also deeply involved in teaching and coaching how to pair person-centered planning with individual budgets as part of the implementation of self-determination in a Medicaid environment. His work includes developing personalized residences for individuals, regardless of disability. As a former real estate broker, he has used his knowledge of real estate, financing, tax credits and subsidies to create affordable integrated housing for people with disabilities throughout the U.S. In addition, Derrick has devoted increasing time to consultation with parents, school systems and young people assisting in transition planning for individuals as they move from the educational system to adult services. He is deeply committed to assisting individuals with disabilities to "get a life," one person at a time.
Views: 252 MissouriDDCouncil
IFSP - Story 2 (Rough Cut 1)
 
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Hired by Atwater Neighborhood City Hall to produce and edit this video. Enjoy a sneak peek of INFS - Story 2 (Rough Cut 1) for your entertainment. Contact Producer Asya Mutazammil, CEO/Owner Asyan Entertainment for more information at asya_mutazammil@yahoo.com This is my first youth storytelling project. My goal is to empower and lead young students (ages 9-18) interested in media career development. Let's get this program in our schools. I was given 1 week, 9 students, no script, 400 hours of tape shot by the students for the students. Chose to edit on the fly! Would love to bring this program to your local schools. I am selling the story and marketing the program. As a young Producer/Writer I am OPEN to receiving ALL feedback. Please leave your comments.
Views: 119 AsyanEntertainment
IFSP - Vídeo Institucional
 
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Vídeo institucional do Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e Tecnologia de São Paulo
Views: 8066 IFSaoPaulo
Informing Long Term Care Choice - MDS 3.0 Section Q Training - Creating Successful Outcomes
 
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This session profiles successful strategies that States can utilize to support MDS 3.0 Section Q implementation. These strategies can be replicated to create well supported transitions and assist in providing choice in long term care options. We would like to hear from you. Please send all comments to MDSforMedicaid@cms.hhs.gov. Thank you for your time.
Views: 4516 CMSHHSgov
Informing Long Term Care Choice - MDS 3.0 Section Q Training - Developing an implementation Strategy
 
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This session profiles 3 States efforts to design programs that support nursing home transitions and to support Section Q implementation. We would like to hear from you. Please send all comments to MDSforMedicaid@cms.hhs.gov. Thank you for your time.
Views: 2717 CMSHHSgov
Person-Centered Planning
 
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Person-Centered Planning - California Department of Developmental Services 1994 - DVD 197 - This video shows how person-centered planning has worked in the lives of three individuals and their families. Designed to accompany the DDS IPP Manual.
Views: 6127 PublicResourceOrg
Honoring Search & Rescue Fremont County
 
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FREMONT COUNTY - Because of the mountains, the rivers, and all that snow in the winter, the Fremont County Search and Rescue teams are busier than any other unit in the state. On average, the Fremont County rescue teams are involved with 40 missions a year. And perhaps most remarkable? All of them are volunteers. Commander Brett Mackert has been on the Fremont County Search & Rescue Unit for 33 years. He's seen just about every possible type of rescue mission. "This is a recreation mecca. That seems to be the number one cause of people getting into trouble in our county. They come here, they recreate, they get into trouble. We have the Sand Dunes, we have desert, we have hunting, we have boating, we have fishing, we have snowmobiling, we have cross country skiing, you name it we have it here," said S&R Commander Brett Mackert. If you add up every other search & rescue unit's searches per year, Fremont County typically has more than all of them combined. That's why they have over 2 miles or rope, handfuls of vehicles, and boats. "All the time in life we make mistakes. Sometimes those mistakes are small and trivial enough that we don't have drastic outcomes. And when we do have those drastic outcomes we need people out there to help clean that up, and keep that drastic outcome from being a death or fatality," said Mackert. Mackert says two things will help you prevent getting into a bad situation: plan, and tell friends and family what you're doing. Time is precious during a rescue mission, and you don't want these volunteers spending hours looking for you in the wrong place. "Sometimes if you get more heads involved in making the plans you will find out that somebody will say, 'I don't know if that's a good idea,'" said Mackert. But why does this team of 34 volunteers spend hours in the cold, the dark, and the dangerous? "We all do it for individual reasons, but the real reason is we like to see the success story, where the loved ones are reunited. We have that feeling we've done something great and wonderful to get that family back together again," said Mackert. While Fremont Search and Rescue is the busiest, years when there's an economic downturn the amount of rescues decreases quite a bit. So these past 2 years have seen the least rescues committed in the last 10 years. You can visit the Fremont Search and Rescue website by clicking http://www.fremontrescue.org/.
Views: 234 Steven Pope
Personal Health Records
 
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The technical assistance teleconference "Personal Health Records" was presented on April 17, 2009. The presenters for this teleconference were Greg L. Wolverton, Dr. James Kahn and Kathy Ficco.
Views: 4284 HRSAtube
China - Key to Sustainable Future for Canada's Energy Sector
 
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Calgary Enterprise Forum presents Professor Wenran Jiang, Ezra Levant & Robert Johnston, PhD who discuss China's spectacular energy demand growth. Recorded 2010-10-20 at Calgary Petroleum Club. http://www.calgaryforum.com/
Views: 17752 gordonmcdowell
Implementing the Vision: Chapter 1 - System of Wellness
 
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Dr. Evan Adams (Smoke Signals) narrates Implementing the Vision: BC First Nations Health Governance, an evocative documentary explaining issues in First Nations health and the efforts to address them. The film describes the plan by BC First Nations, in partnership with federal and provincial governments, to change health care systems in British Columbia. Told in four parts, the film uses interviews in a story-telling approach to a complex and fascinating history and the move to improve First Nations health that is unfolding in BC today.
Views: 10094 fnhealthcouncil
MDS 3.0 Section O, Special Treatments, Programs and Procedures
 
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We would like to hear from you. Please send all comments to MDS30Comments@cms.hhs.gov. Thank you for your time.
Views: 11628 CMSHHSgov
Implementing the Vision: Chapter 2- A Knowledge Gap
 
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The effects of Residential Schools, and the forces of colonization, are examined in relation to First Nations health
Views: 4647 fnhealthcouncil
Implementing the Vision: Chapter 4- Stepping into Governance
 
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A first for Canada, the Tripartite First Nations Health Plan calls on BC, Canada, and BC First Nations to work together to close the health gap. Drawing on the wisdom of our indigenous neighbours -This chapter outlines a vision for increased First Nations control over the design and delivery of health services.
Views: 3424 fnhealthcouncil
Lee Rainie | Talks at Google
 
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The online world is as varied as people are varied in their moral views, their economic circumstances and their social structures. Lee Rainie, Director of the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project based in Washington, D.C., will discuss social, economic, and political trends especially among the younger generation that have given rise to a new and emerging class of networked citizens. The conversation will cover questions such as: How have the internet and smart phones enabled modern citizens to create information and media that help them influence others, navigate their options and create new kinds of communities? Are new tools of social media - like blogs, social network sites and texting - reshaping the very environment of media and information itself? The Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan "fact tank" that provides information on the issues, attitudes and trends shaping America and the world. It does so by conducting public opinion polling and social science research, by analyzing news coverage, and by holding forums and briefings. It does not take positions on policy issues. The Center is a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts. http://pewresearch.org/millennials/
Views: 5392 Talks at Google
Aftercare
 
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Coolmine Therapeutic Community: Aftercare support continues for a further six months. During this time, clients enter training, education or employment and develop their plan to move into their own accommodation. Clients in Aftercare attend a weekly session with their key worker as well as one group meeting, usually in the evenings.
Views: 140 CoolmineTC2010
Southern California will help you feel JOY Again
 
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Mood and Anxiety disorders, including PTSD and Depression are highly treatable. Emotional Reframing is a form of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that, when applied, can treat mood and anxiety through the application of deepest relaxation. In our individual treatments, we utilize specialized CBT treatment methods that are tailored for the particular individual and their special requirements. Many individuals have found as few as 2 or 3 sessions are necessary in order to meet the outcome objective. Three hour sessions, providing 6-10 total hours, can accelerate the application/objective outcome. Single hour session appointments are available. But, the extended 3 hour session can provide a productivity of resolution not available through any other process or therapy philosophy. This philosophy of treatment assists the individual to move quickly out of the discomfort and into a more fulfilling life experience. Complicated Grief, Depression, PTSD, Dissociated Disorders, Bruxism, Teeth Grinding, TMJ, Trilotricomania, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, OCD, ADD, attention deficit disorder, Self-cutting, Addictions, Phobias, Fibromyalgia, post partum depression, chronic pain and other disorders can be treated. In consultation with you, we design the most effective and cost-efficient treatment plan for your specific needs. Our approach is focused, active and structured to help you to resolve your problem quickly. Time is important. Once an individual makes the decision to seek therapy, the need has been truly identified. Make the decision to seek help and resolve your issues once and for all. We can help. Visit our website for more information at BlessYourThoughts.com, or call us at 951-970-5641. Practice without diagnosis or prescription credential, in compliance with California SB-577 Medical Adjunct Service
Views: 1407 PTSD Hypnotherapy
Implementing the Vision: Chapter 3- Current Health Services
 
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The current picture of First Nations is described, including limitations in decision-making and governance.
Views: 2642 fnhealthcouncil
Residential Truth :: Unified Future
 
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There are many truths around the Canadian Residential Schools that most people do not know. One of the biggest is the extent to which young First Nations youth are still affected by their families' and communities' experiences within the Residential School system. This film is the result of five courageous Aboriginal youth and one mother who are ready to be heard.
Views: 1830 ReelYouth
Top 10 Mistakes Made by Entrepreneurs
 
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Part of 2010 Conference on Entrepreneurship. What things typically trip up an entrepreneur in starting and running a company? Is it getting the right business partner? Is it having the killer technology? How does one recover from major setbacks? A panel of seasoned entrepreneurs, angels, venture capitalists, and board members discuss the common pitfalls most new entrepreneurs encounter when building their businesses. Read entrepreneurship stories: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/entrepreneurship/ Watch more entrepreneurship videos: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4bqFvq4dZU&list=PLxq_lXOUlvQCr9xk2F6yX2f8oakDqEqOb Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/stanfordbiz Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StanfordGSB
Developmental Disabilities
 
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Diagnosis & assessment in developmental disabilities
Views: 1889 UConn UCEDD
The Effective Use Of The President's Time
 
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February 15, 2010: Members of the Nixon Oval Office team discuss the management style of White House Chief-of-Staff H.R. Haldeman. Participants included White House staff members Stephen Bull, Dwight Chapin, Larry Higby, and Ron Walker. The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Situated on nine rolling acres in Yorba Linda, California, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum offers visitors an insider’s glimpse into the events, people and world that shaped, and were shaped by, the 37th President. Get information on visiting the Library and Museum at  https://www.nixonfoundation.org/about-the-library-museum/ Learn more about President Nixon's legacy at https://www.nixonfoundation.org/research-portal/ Save the date to host your event or wedding on our beautiful grounds at https://www.nixonfoundation.org/host-your-event-at-the-nixon-library/ Engage with us elsewhere online https://www.facebook.com/nixonfoundation https://twitter.com/nixonfoundation https://www.instagram.com/nixonfoundation/
Thomas Goetz: "The Decision Tree" | Talks at Google
 
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THE DECISION TREE stems from Goetz's unique experience as an editor at WIRED and as a student working on a Masters in Public Health. Goetz was struck by the unfortunate disconnect between the public health world and the tech world. Wasn't there was a way to combine the promise of technology with the rigor of public health in order to engage people more predictably, strategically, and effectively with their own health, he wondered? In the book, Goetz looks at the tools and technology available to us now from DNA analysis that can predict future health issues, to social networks that can keep us abreast of the latest treatments. Goetz balances the science and ideas in the book with stories of real people who are utilizing these tools allowing us to see the opportunities and possibilities in action. The Decision tree is an organizational system that maps out our options, factors in all relevant info (family history, our habits, conditions, etc), and guides us toward the best possible health care choices. A Decision Tree has the power to turn the chaos of medical science into a system that makes sense by prioritizing facts and evidence over instinct and tradition. It puts the patient in the central role as decision maker not the doctor, insurance company, or hospital administrators.
Views: 7302 Talks at Google
Webinar: Family History: The Next Generation
 
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September 11, 2008. Efforts to improve the utilization of family history information in healthcare and the importance of engaging communities was discussed, along with how one community successfully engaged in using their family health history information. More: http://www.genome.gov/27528358
American Puritanism (II)
 
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Featuring discussions of Anne Hutchinson and Antinomianism; preparationism; justification vs. sanctification ; morphology of conversion; The "Half-Way Covenant"; election sermons; the jeremiad; and Mary Rowlandson.
Views: 15837 New York University
Lec-17 Wage and Salary Administration
 
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Lecture Series on Human Resource Management-I by Prof.Kalyan Chakravarti, Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
Views: 10938 nptelhrd
Public Health Informatics
 
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The technical assistance teleconference "Public Health Informatics" was presented on August 21, 2009. The presenters for this teleconference were Dr. Dave Ross and Dr. Winfred Wu.
Views: 6461 HRSAtube
TEDxAcademy - Kostas Mallios
 
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About TEDx, x = independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized. (Subject to certain rules and regulations.)
Views: 9300 TEDx Talks
Lec-8 Performance Evaluation and Appraisal(Contd...)
 
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Lecture Series on Human Resource Management-I by Prof.Kalyan Chakravarti, Vinod Gupta School of Management, IIT Kharagpur. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in
Views: 9167 nptelhrd
Kendrick Lamar - Ignorance Is Bliss
 
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Kendrick Lamar O.D 9/15/10 Written by Kendrick Lamar Dir by dee.jay.dave & O.G Michael Mihail
Views: 3822666 Top Dawg Entertainment
2010 AUSA Family Forum, part 7
 
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Senior leaders and spouses from around the Army participate in the 2010 AUSA Annual Meeting & Expo's Family Forum, titled America's Families - Our Leaders. Part 7 of 10.
Views: 428 soldiersmediacenter
Bipartisan Meeting on Health Reform: Part 4
 
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President Obama and Congressional leaders from both parties discuss how to reduce the national deficit through health reform. Held at the Blair House in Washington, D.C.
Views: 36218 The Obama White House
National HIV/AIDS Strategy and the Latino Community
 
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The White House Office of National Aids Policy holds a forum with representatives of the Latino Community. September 23, 2010.
Views: 18991 The Obama White House
Pyongyang University of Science & Technology
 
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Google Tech Talk February 11, 2010 Pyongyang University of Science & Technology: First International University in the Heart of North Korea ABSTRACT (Q&A starts at 35:55) Presented by Dr. David Kim, Vice President of Pyongyang University of Science & Technology in Pyongyang, DPRK, and the Vice President of Yanbian University of Science & Technology (YUST) in Yanji, Jilin Province, China. The opening of Pyongyang University of Science & Technology (PUST) was once thought to be an impossible dream. However, the first phase of the campus is now finished and ready to accept students in April 2010. Dr. David Kim, who serves as the Vice President of PUST, will be joining us to raise awareness about this first international university in North Korea (where the teaching language will be English), discuss recruitment of international faculty and explore fund-raising opportunities.
Views: 27278 GoogleTechTalks
Middle East 2010 - WHAT IF This Decade Sees a Dramatic Decline in the Consumption of Fossil Fuels?
 
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http://www.weforum.org 28.10.2010 WHAT IF This Decade Sees a Dramatic Decline in the Consumption of Fossil Fuels? The assumption remains that the appetite for fossil fuels will increase globally despite the peril of climate change and the promise of renewable resources. What if this assumption proves wrong and there is a dramatic decline in the consumption of fossil fuels in this decade? WHAT IF sessions focus on a contingency -- a situation surfacing a major concern -- by exploring a challenging hypothetical question. Marwan M. Boodai, Chief Executive Officer, Boodai Corporation, Kuwait Yasmin Galal, Global Changemaker, British Council, Switzerland Soraya Salti, Senior Vice-President, Middle East and North Africa, INJAZ Al Arab - JA Worldwide, Jordan; Young Global Leader Hanadi N. Al Thani, Board Member, Dana Gas, United Arab Emirates Moderated by Raghida Dergham, Senior Diplomatic Correspondent and Columnist, Al Hayat, USA; Global Agenda Council on Conflict Prevention
Views: 22883 World Economic Forum
Health Care Reform: Implications for Behavioral Health Providers
 
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The passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has ensured that the role of behavioral health in the overall health care system will change. Now, it is more important than ever to know how health care reform will affect you and your role and the role of states, behavioral health care providers, and consumers. Due to the breadth of the new law, ACA sets forth concepts that are new to many individuals and families that currently or will receive mental health and addiction services. Recognizing the importance of understanding these new concepts, SAMHSA is hosting a fall webinar series. This webinar covered how health care reform will affect the role of states, behavioral health providers and consumers; what is considered a health home; what services are provided in a health home setting; and which states are currently using health homes. Evidence-based approaches for people with co-occurring disorders and the role accountable care organizations will play was also discussed. The webinar is part of SAMHSA's Health Care Reform Webinar Series. More information about the series can be found at http://www.samhsa.gov/healthReform/webinars.aspx. Information on SAMHSA's Health Care Reform Initiative can be found at http://www.samhsa.gov/healthReform.
Views: 5895 SAMHSA