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first_imgMinimum QualificationsAssociate’s degree in technology or health related field. Twoyears of related experience may substitute for degreerequirement.Two years of relevant experience.. SummaryJob PurposeReporting directly to the Simulation Center Technology Manager andworking closely with the Lab Coordinators, the role of theTechnician is to assist and participate with the coordination,planning, development, and implementation of all ClinicalSimulation Center teaching and assessment events. The Technicianfacilitates high-fidelity human patient simulated learning, manageslab equipment, media, computers, and materials related tosimulation events; operates and troubleshoots simulation software.The Technician will represent the Center by supporting faculty,staff, and students with simulation needs (Standardized Patients(SP), simulation equipment, and medical supplies) and assist withthe daily operation of the center and communicate needs and issuesto Leadership.Job DutiesServes as simulator operator by programming, testing, andrunning scenarios with instructors and facilitators.Assures facility and equipment are clean, organized, and set-upfor teaching sessions. This involves sterilizing instruments,moving equipment, including simulators, and other materials thancan weigh up to 100 pounds.Operates AV equipment, LCD projectors, monitors anesthesiamachines and other equipment related to simulation education.Works with a variety of animal species and provide all aspectsof preoperative support including anesthesia administration andmonitoring of animal models for experiments and training labs.Assists with delivery of cadavers. Position specimens andcomplete set up of equipment and instruments as required by eachsession. Monitor session and assist lab users as needed.Conducts routine equipment maintenance and inventoryupdates.Identifies and communicates the need for supplies andreplacement equipment to management.Interfaces with vendors regarding troubleshooting and systemproblems.Trains faculty, facilitators, and other staff in the differentsimulation technologies and the operational aspects of simulationas well as the operation of AV equipment and technologies.Establishes and maintains vital records and statistics as theypertain to simulation, including a detailed record of all educationand training conducted by the Clinical Simulation Center,hierarchal storage of all digitally recorded simulations, andrecord of repair and maintenance of simulators.Supports collaborative research and certification projects forthe Clinical Simulation Center as requested, including assistingfaculty with abstracts, educational presentations, poster printing,conference workshops, and manuscripts for publication. Baylor College of Medicine is an Equal Opportunity/AffirmativeAction/Equal Access Employer.6363CA; CHcenter_img Preferred QualificationsBachelor’s degree in a related field.last_img read more

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first_imgEvery day for Garcia, he started dressing up in different outfits, greeting her with a hilarious new theme. He even started decorating his car to reflect the costume.WATCH: Guy Takes Advantage of Toys ‘R’ Us Closing Sale to Make Giant Ball Pit For His Dog in His HallwayOne day he picked her up in an ‘ice cream truck’; on another day, he arrived in a pizza delivery car dressed as a slice of pepperoni pie; then, he showed up in a DIY Batmobile.Even though Garcia would sometimes be a bit embarrassed, her boyfriend’s shenanigans soon became the highlight of everyone’s school day. One guy even offered up his old Prowler hot rod so Doell could keep up the fun routine.“People kept begging me to keep doing it and posting the videos,” he told the Daily Advertiser. “They told me they looked forward to it every day.”His efforts finally came to a crescendo after he was walking across a costume store parking lot to pick up a whistle for his NFL referee outfit and he saw a giant Oscar Mayer Weinermobile.Even though he knew it was a long shot, he decided to ask the workers if they would agree to take it for a spin to the university.“I thought it would be awesome, but there was no way it would happen,” Doell said. “But then I thought, ‘If I don’t act now, I’ll regret it.’”Contrary to his doubts, the women running the vehicle were delighted to oblige.LOOK: Police Praise Creative Students for ‘Best Senior Prank’ They’ve Ever SeenWith the Wienermobile as the cherry on top, Garcia eventually posted a compilation video of her boyfriend’s gag to social media where it was shared thousands of times. It even gave her the opportunity to get back at Doell.When she was invited onto a local radio show, she collaborated with the hosts and pulled up in the university parking lot with the radio station’s van – and they of course laid on the horn.“At first I was scared,” Doell told the Advertiser. “I had no idea who was honking. Usually, I’m the one who’s doing it. But then I was so impressed with her. That was the last thing I expected.”(WATCH the video below)Share This Sweet Story Of Young Love With Your Friends – Photos by Brianna GarciaAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMore AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreForget chocolate and flowers; this guy is seriously setting the bar higher for what it means to show affection for a significant other.For a few weeks back in April, Zach Doell was always there to pick up his girlfriend, Brianna Garcia, when she got out of her classes at the University of Louisiana. Instead of checking his phone with the spare time in the parking spot, he started thinking of goofy and amusing ways that he could surprise her after school.At first, he was happy enough just to lay on the horn and lovingly scream her name from across the parking lot – but then he got a lot more creative.last_img read more

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first_imgMay 10, 2013 (CIDRAP News) – A nurse who worked at a hospital that cared for a Frenchman who is sick with a novel coronavirus (nCoV) infection may now have the virus herself, becoming the third person possibly infected in connection with the case, according to news services.French authorities announced May 8 that the 65-year-old man had the nation’s first confirmed nCoV case. He fell ill on Apr 23, 6 days after returning from a 9-day vacation in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.The sick nurse works in a hospital where the man was being treated, in the northern French city of Douai, and she has been hospitalized as a suspected case, according to a Reuters report today. The story said the nurse worked in the hospital’s infectious disease unit, but it was unclear whether she had direct contact with the man.Yesterday authorities reported suspected cases in two other people who had been in contact with the 65-year-old when he was hospitalized earlier in the town of Valenciennes: a patient who shared a room with him and a doctor who treated him. Test results for those two patients were expected later today, according to the Associated Press (AP).The suspected cases have sparked more concern about possible person-to-person transmission of the virus, which emerged in the Middle East last year. So far there have been 33 confirmed cases, with 18 deaths. Several clusters of cases have been reported, but human transmission has been clearly shown just once, in a three-person family cluster in the United Kingdom.Last week Saudi Arabian authorities reported a cluster of nCoV patients that turned out to be centered on a hospital in Hofuf in the country’s Eastern Province. Officials reported seven cases on May 2; as of yesterday the cluster had increased to 15 cases, with 7 deaths.Twenty-five of the nCoV cases confirmed so far have been in Saudi Arabia. Other countries that have had cases are Jordan, Qatar, the United Kingdom, and the UAE.Authorities believe the virus originated in animals, but they have been unable to identify the animal or how the virus is reaching humans.See also: May 10 Reuters storyMay 10 AP storyMay 9 CIDRAP News story “Saudi coronavirus cluster grows as France reports possible new cases”last_img read more

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first_imgThe Nigeria Football Federation has disclosed that its lawyers have started to review the decision against former Nigeria player and coach Samson Siasia by the FIFA Ethics Committee, which on Friday announced that it had placed a life ban from all football-related activities on Siasia.Acting President of the Nigeria Football Federation, Barrister Seyi Akinwunmi, himself a lawyer of more than three decades at the bar, said on Monday that the Federation had already reached out to the former U20, U23 and Super Eagles head coach and is aware that he is receiving appropriate legal advice.“The NFF was shocked to learn of the investigation and the subsequent decision by the FIFA Ethics Committee (Adjudicatory Chamber) placing a life ban on Mr Samson Siasia. But we have however now received documents, including one known as the Motivated Decision, and we have handed them to our lawyers to study and provide legal advice to the Federation.“It is a massive sanction on one of our legends. Siasia is a football legend but most importantly he is a Nigerian. We must, therefore, be interested in the matter and be properly advised.”Akinwunmi added: “Siasia gave his all for Nigeria, playing for the U20 team right from his secondary school days and then for the senior team for several years, and also coaching the U20 and U23 teams and the Super Eagles. While we respect the FIFA processes and appreciate that an investigation was conducted prior to the decision, the least we as a Federation can do is empathise with him at this time, make ourselves available to him and hope that in some way he is able to clear his name as he has promised to do.”RelatedFIFA Ban Super Eagles Legend Samson Siasia For LifeAugust 16, 2019In “FIFA”Siasia Urges NFF To Persist With Rohr Despite Early World Cup EliminationJuly 14, 2018In “Africa”AITEO Cup Men’s Final Venue RevealedOctober 2, 2017In “Nigeria”last_img read more

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first_imgMONACO (AP): Lewis Hamilton’s stressful win at yesterday’s Monaco Grand Prix extended his championship lead to 17 points after six races, yet perhaps more importantly, it reminded him just why he loves Formula One (F1) racing.Holding off Max Verstappen on fading tires that made his Mercedes slip around, Hamilton clinched his fourth win of the season and 77th of a glittering career. The five-time F1 champion ranked it among his best five drives.“I appreciate a tough race,” Hamilton said. “Ultimately, as an athlete, you want the toughest battles when they come.”Verstappen, despite being hit by a five-second time penalty, would have been hard to catch had he got ahead of Hamilton. For more than 30 laps, Hamilton managed to both maintain his speed and fend off Verstappen — one of the most aggressive and quickest drivers in F1.“I don’t know how I did it today,” Hamilton said. “There were just so many opportunities to make mistakes.”It was a particularly poignant win for Hamilton, who dedicated it to the memory of friend and mentor Niki Lauda, who died last Monday at the age of 70 less than one year after a lung transplant.“I definitely felt he was with me today,” said Hamilton.The day belonged to both Hamilton and to the memory of the much-loved Lauda.Fittingly, Verstappen drove brilliantly, too, considering he was not just chasing Hamilton but also competing against his time penalty. Even though he finished just behind Hamilton, Verstappen placed fourth overall behind Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas in third and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel in second.Before the race, drivers wore red caps for a minute’s silence in Lauda’s memory.As he climbed out of the car after ­winning, Hamilton removed his race helmet and pointed to Lauda’s name on the back.“I was fighting with the spirit of Niki,” Hamilton said. “I was just trying to stay focused and make him proud.”It was the first time in six races this season that Mercedes has not placed 1-2.“Good result, but not a good weekend for us,” Ferrari’s Vettel said. “The lesson from here is that we’re not yet where we want to be. The pace isn’t there.”last_img read more

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