Assistant/Associate/Full Professor (37756)

first_imgThe University of Florida Department of Medicine is seekingphysician applicants for a full-time clinical position within theDivision of General Internal Medicine. The successful candidatewill practice as part of an academic group practice caring for apersonal panel of patients as well as teaching and supervisingmedical students and residents in both ambulatory and inpatientsettings. There is a significant emphasis on academic careerdevelopment within the division with a strong record of developmentin medical education scholarship and collaborative research.The Division of General Internal Medicine is comprised of 40faculty members and advanced practitioners who together providecomprehensive adult care at over 50,000 ambulatory visits and10,000 hospital encounters annually. The Division manages three,modern and highly resourced outpatient practices located inGainesville, Florida. Each practice is linked to the sameelectronic health record system as our hospitals and a highlyregarded ambulatory care scribe program is offered for all faculty.The Division is known for an innovative faculty development programwhich prioritizes faculty retention, well-being and advancement inacademic medicine. We pride ourselves on being family oriented andleadership in promotion institutional faculty wellnessinitiatives.The Department of Medicine is a national leader in multiplesubspecialty areas. UF Health is one of the Southeast’s mostcomprehensive academic health centers and includes UF HealthShands, a 1000-bed quaternary referral hospital which ranks amongthe top 50-hospitals in the US News & World Report Survey in 7adult specialties. The University of Florida Health Science Centerhas a unique constellation of six health colleges and nine-centersand institutes all located on a single campus. The University ofFlorida is a Top 10 public research university and includessubstantial resources to support teaching, research, andcollaboration. The University of Florida Health Science Centerfeatures one of only 2 Clinical Translational Science Institute(CTSI) hubs in the state of Florida. The CTSI features a Trainingand Research Academy for Clinical and Translational Science forearly career faculty seeking to develop research skills and pursuecareers as clinical investigators.The Gainesville, Florida region has an inexpensive cost of living,nationally ranked public middle and high schools, and superbweather with multiple year-round recreational opportunitiesincluding biking, hiking, kayaking, snorkeling and cave diving.Pristine wilderness areas, coastal communities, famous theme parks,and other attractions are within a short driving distance.Gainesville Regional Airport provides non-stop service to threemajor international air travel hubs.Requisite attributes include a commitment to service, a strongsense of teamwork and a desire to train tomorrow’s doctors.Applicants must be board-certified or board eligible and eligiblefor a Florida Medical License. Annual salary is negotiable andcommensurate with experience and education.Applicants should have a record of distinguished accomplishmentsand proficiency in clinical duties, administration, and clinicalinvestigation to include mentoring new physicians, fostering aprogressive and dynamic work environment, and promoting teachingand research.Applicants must be board-certified or board eligible and eligiblefor a Florida Medical LicenseThis position was originally posted under requisition #507001.Previous applicants are still being considered and need notre-apply.Please attach curriculum vitae and three letters ofrecommendation.Final candidate will be required to provide official transcript tothe hiring department upon hire. A transcript will not beconsidered “official” if a designation of “Issued to Student” isvisible. Degrees earned from an education institution outside ofthe United States are required to be evaluated by a professionalcredentialing service provider approved by the National Associationof Credential Evaluation Services (NACES), which can be found at .If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for thisposition, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at800-955-8771 (TDD). Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to workin the US. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida’sSunshine Law.The University of Florida is an equal opportunity institutiondedicated to building a broadly diverse and inclusive faculty andstaff.This position has been re-posted. Current applicants are stillunder consideration and need not reapply.The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination withrespect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex,sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status,national origin, political opinions or affiliations, geneticinformation and veteran status in all aspects of employmentincluding recruitment, hiring, promotions, transfers, discipline,terminations, wage and salary administration, benefits, andtraining.last_img read more

Press release: UK and Vanuatu unite to tackle marine litter

first_imgScientists from the UK’s Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) have been busy in the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu since November 2018, monitoring the environment to collect data on marine litter and working with partners to tackle plastic pollution in the ocean.This forms part of the Commonwealth Litter Programme (CLiP), a £6million programme which sees the UK help countries develop national litter action plans.Cefas’ CLiP Programme Lead Thomas Maes said of the work so far: Protecting our marine environment is a global challenge which requires global action. This conference is a fantastic opportunity for our world-leading scientists to share their expertise in the international fight to tackle marine litter. Through the UK and Vanuatu-led Commonwealth Clean Oceans Alliance we will use the collective power of the Commonwealth to protect our marine environment for future generations. Globally it is estimated that eight million tonnes of plastic make their way into oceans every year. Cefas scientists have already recovered 15,000 items of litter from beaches monitored across Vanuatu and Solomon Islands.Recognising the international scale of the problem, the government has pledged up to £66.4million through the CCOA to boost global research and prevent plastic waste entering the oceans.Back home, the UK is a world leader in tackling the scourge of plastic – introducing one of the world’s toughest bans on microbeads, taking 15million bags out of circulation through the 5p plastic bag charge and consulting on a ban on plastic straws, cotton buds and stirrers.Defra has also today launched a suite of consultations to overhaul the waste system, cut plastic pollution and move towards a more circular economy – building on the landmark Resources and Waste Strategy in December.The South Pacific regional conference is taking place in Port Vila, Vanuatu, from 18-19 February. It has been a pleasure to work with Vanuatu and the Solomon Islands to tackle the emerging issue of marine litter. Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much! We only have one earth and our oceans are vital to our existence. We should all work together on keeping our oceans clean, healthy and sustainable for future generations to enjoy. To stop marine litter, we thus need a unified vision and a plan of action while developing ways of working together at national, regional and global scales UK scientists have joined forces with their Pacific counterparts today to help turn the tide on marine litter.Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey is in Vanuatu for the South Pacific Region Commonwealth Litter Programme conference, which brings together governments, policy makers, educators and scientists to share expertise in the fight against plastic pollution.The UK and Vanuatu co-chair the Commonwealth Clean Oceans Alliance – an initiative to unite countries across the Commonwealth in protecting the marine environment.Since its launch in April last year, 24 countries have joined this alliance and pledged action on plastics – whether that’s a ban on microbeads, cutting down single-use plastic bags, or other steps to eliminate avoidable plastic waste.Environment Minister Thérèse Coffey said:last_img read more

EC allows Denmark to open up bingo & horseracing markets as Danske Spil loses market monopoly

first_img Altenar: Supporting expansion plans in Denmark and Portugal August 20, 2020 Related Articles Danske Spil calls for esports makeover with Pinnacle Solution August 25, 2020 Share The European Commission (EC) has permitted the Danish government to open up its online bingo and horseracing wagering markets, ending the monopoly position of state-owned gambling operator Danske Spil.The Danish government, in accordance with European Union business laws, wants to liberalise its bingo and horseracing markets. The government had asked the EC for a review of its draft laws in preparation for opening bingo and horseracing to licensed European betting/gaming enterprises.In 2012, Denmark had passed its new gambling regulatory framework, allowing for licensed casino, poker and sports betting operators to compete within its new liberalised markets.Placing a 20% on gross gaming revenues for online gambling services, Denmark has been acknowledged as a ‘workable’ market by international operators. The Danish government now moves to fully open all of its gambling sectors adding online bingo and horseracing to its licensing portfolio.Updating stakeholders, the Danish government stated that online bingo would be better served by regulated enterprises, which could tap into a market demand twice the size of that offered by Danske Spil.With regards to horseracing, the government detailed that it wanted to reverse the decline in attendance and turnover of the sport. It details that following a review of market and stakeholder conditions, maintaining the sport of horseracing was deemed no longer a viable option.Morten Ronde, CEO of trade body the Danish Online Gaming Association, issued the following comment to iGamingBusiness: “We are happy that the monopoly on online bingo and betting on horse races is finally broken. This is something we have been arguing for since 2012. We feel that the new rules will bring further innovation and growth to the industry.”As the Danish government lessens the market influence of Danske Spil, debate has turned as to whether the country still needs a state-owned gambling operator. Members of the cabinet whether to break-up and sell Danske Spil assets to interested parties wanting to enter the lucrative Danish gambling market.In October 2016, Danske Spil appointed new CEO Susanne Mørch Koch, with a view of forming a new strategy for its services and charitable operations. Danish FA backs Danske Spil’s Safe Play campaign August 24, 2020 Share StumbleUpon Submitlast_img read more

Court to rule on FUFA polls injunction Friday

first_imgNonetheless the Committee was compelled to adjourn and reconvene on the next working day, being Monday 19th June 2017.On this Monday 19th June 2017 the Committee has further scrutinized the nomination documents submitted by Kasule Mujib and found that the said aspiring candidate did not comply with the mandatory requirements stipulated in the FUFA Statutes, FUFA Electoral Code and FUFA Electoral Guidelines for candidature of the FUFA President and FUFA Executive Committee.The Committee noted that Mr. Kasule Mujib failed to comply with the following articles of the FUFA Electoral Code 2012:Article 10 (5) Nominations of candidates shall be made by both the Chairman and Secretary of fully subscribed members. Where members are individuals, nominations will be done by fully subscribed members; andMujib picked nomination forms but was later ruled ineligible by FUFA EC, leaving Magogo (below) unopposedArticle 10 (6) Subject to the fulfillment of the eligibility prerequisites, a candidate to the office of the FUFA President shall only be valid if supported by any three members of FUFA where one such member is from the FUFA Super League Clubs or FUFA Big League, the other member being from Special interest groups as defined in article 10 (1) (d-1) of the FUFA Statutes and the other member being a Regional Football Association.In addition, Mr Mujib Kasule did not also comply with Article 39 (4) of the FUFA Statutes –Only Members of FUFA may propose candidates for the office of President. Members shall notify the general secretariat in writing of the name of a candidate for the presidency of FUFA at least two months before the date General Assembly.Finally, Article 11 (2) of the FUFA Electoral Code 2012 states Candidatures will be registered by the EC, scrutinised by the EC for compliance with this code, the FIFA, CAF, FUFA and/or respective statutes of the organization for whom elections are being conducted and declared eligible for election after payment of the respective fees as stipulated in this code.Based on the above reasons the Committee unanimously found that Mr. Mujib Kasule failed to fulfill the mandatory requirements and is therefore ineligible for nomination as a candidate for FUFA President.RELATEDFIFA, CAF sending officials for FUFA polls— The Independent (@UGIndependent) August 3, 2017Share on: WhatsApp ****IN THE MATTER OF NOMINATION OF KASULE MUJIBDECISION OF FUFA ELECTORAL COMMITTEEFriday 16th June 2017 was the final day for returning nomination documents in accordance with the FUFA Statutes, FUFA Electoral Code 2012, and FUFA Electoral Guidelines, on that day the FUFA Electoral Committee (herein referred to as the Committee) received Nomination forms from a one Kasule Mujib an aspiring candidate for FUFA President and FUFA Executive Committee.The Committee would like to point out that whereas the said aspiring candidate was required to return the nomination documents to the Committee at 2:30pm on Friday 16th June 2017, to enable the Committee ample time to scrutinize the returned documents, the said aspiring candidate only appeared before the Committee at about 4.30pm shortly before the close of business. FUFA CEO Edgar Watson (middle) and Mujib Kasule (far right) in court today. PHOTO @daniellutaayaKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Mujib Kasule is seeking an interim order restraining soccer governing body FUFA and president Moses Magogo from conducting elections on Saturday, pending the disposal of his application contesting why he was ruled out of the polls.High Court, Civil Division before the Lady Justice Margaret Oguli Oumo listened to both parties Thursday and said it will give a ruling on the application at midday on Friday.Incumbent FUFA president Moses Magogo is set to be re-elected unopposed as his then only opponent Kasule was disqualified by the electoral body. Kasule has gone to court seeking to have the elections cancelled.The Federation of Uganda Football Associations (FUFA) Electoral Committee last month pronounced itself on the status of Kasule’s nomination in the on-going FUFA presidential polls.They ruled that incumbent Magogo will be unopposed, as his only challenger “failed to comply with the following articles of the FUFA Electoral Code 2012.”The FUFA Electoral Committee is chaired by Samuel Bakiika with Yusuf Awuye vice chairman. Committee members are Habib Aluma, Geofrey Kintu, Michael Igole and Stanley Kinene.last_img read more


first_imgIt’s what we all suspected – Donegal people are the brainiest in Ireland.Well that’s according to boffins at Oxford University in England.They claim that the further people live from the equator, the more grey matter they have. The findings mean that people who live in Malin Head can claim to be the smartest of all!The boffins also claim that bigger brains are required to assist with vision in poor light and help people cope with gloomier weather.And judging by this summer’s lack of sunshine, it’s just as well we live in Donegal.Ends IT’S OFFICIAL – DONEGAL PEOPLE ARE THE BRAINIEST IN IRELAND! was last modified: August 4th, 2011 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:boffinsbrainsdonegalOxford Universitylast_img read more

Police searching for suspects in shooting and armed robbery

first_img ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, September 9, 2017 – Nassau – Police are seeking the public’s help in locating the suspects responsible for a shooting armed robbery that has left a man detained in hospital on Sunday 10th September 2017.According to reports, shortly after 12:00 am, a man was at his home located on Cowpen Road west of Faith Avenue, when five males armed with firearms approached and robbed him of cash. The man attempted to flee from his home and was shot. The suspects then fled on foot. The victim was taken to hospital where his condition is listed as stable.Investigations are ongoing.Suspect on bail for armed robbery found with illegal handgunConsistent with the Commissioner’s Policing Priorities for 2017, Police Officers took into custody a man on bail for armed robbery after an illegal handgun was found in his possession on Sunday 10th September 2017.According to reports, shortly after 1:30pm, officers assigned to the Mobile Division were on routine patrol in the area of Buttonwood Avenue, when they saw a male who aroused their suspicion. The male was accosted by the officers and searched. During the search of the male a Smith and Wesson Pistol with 17 rounds of ammunition was found in his possession.The male who is on bail for armed robbery and wearing an electronically monitoring device was subsequently arrested.Suspect arrested for drug possessionConsistent with the Commissioner’s Policing Priorities for 2017, Police took a man into custody following the seizure of a quantity of dangerous drugs on Sunday 10th September 2017.According to reports, around 10:00am, officers assigned to the Mobile Division actingon information conducted a search of a home of a male located at Derby Road, Yellow Elder, where they uncovered a quantity of marijuana. The male was subsequently taken into custody.Additionally, Mobile Division officers took eleven (11) other persons into custody over the past 24 hours for firearms, murder and outstanding criminal warrants. Press release: RBPFT Related Items:#magneticmedianews Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meetinglast_img read more