Computers

21 May 19
Ke'aira Warren portfolio

My favorite activity would have to be when we had the little robot and had to program it to do different things like beep and move and use its sensors. One thing I could take from this is knowing how to create my own mobile app. Another thing I could take from this is knowing […]

21 May 19
Computer, Mobile and Cyber Security

Netlab 360 have found many malicious JAVA script that was injected into many online e-commerce sites. The script can get name and credit card or debit card information. Below is a list as reported by Netab 360: adirectholdings[.]com adm[.]sieger-trophaen[.]de adventureequipment[.]com[.]au alkoholeswiata[.]com alphathermalsystems[.]com ameta-anson[.]com ametagroup[.]com ametawest[.]com armenianbread[.]com autosportcompany[.]nl bagboycompany[.]com boardbookalbum[.]biz boardbookalbum[.]com boardbookalbum[.]net boardbookalbums[.]biz boardbookalbums[.]net burmabibas[.]com businesstravellerbags[.]com […]

21 May 19
EmSense

UNLEASH AMERICA 2019 Following our 2019 UK Start-Up of the year win – EVA.ai team attended  Unleash America, which was on May 14-15 in Las Vegas. This year’s theme was “The Bridge Between Work and Technology” – although Unleash is focused on HR tech, the conference also features wide review and discussions on key trends […]

21 May 19
Libertas Nova

(Cover Image & Source: The Sagittarius @ Psychologically Astrology) (continued from Story of the Young Wolf – The Retrospective of the Restless Wild Man) …And then it came, the beginning of the summer of that desperate year of 2009., which looked like the beginning of the end of that young man’s life. For the first […]

21 May 19
Cryptocurrency & Blockchain News

In a wonderfully verbose display of journalistic prowess, the New York Post has once again attacked Bitcoin. In its latest piece on the crypto asset, reporter John Crudele takes all of 93 words to conclude that the world’s most popular digital asset by market capitalisation will eventually be worth $0. This is not the first […]

21 May 19
Lisuptipua New York

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21 May 19
Blog

Birthday is just a special ritual in everyone's life. No matter how many times he has experienced his or her birthday, almost everyone is seriously waiting to live this day in a special way to celebrate the births in this beautiful world. Birthdays are always full of joy, richness, fun, laughter, and most importantly, various…

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21 May 19
The Ukiah Daily Journal
The Alliance for Rural Community Health (ARCH), a collaboration of community health centers in Mendocino County, recently donated $40,000 to the Mendocino County Office of Education’s career training program to support those who wish to become medical assistants or dental assistants. These entry-level certifications are often the first step in people’s healthcare careers and ARCH believes supporting local students will benefit not only the students but our whole community, according to ARCH Chairperson Carole Press. ARCH’s purpose is to develop and expand collaborative ways of addressing community healthcare issues in a cost-effective and efficient manner. By partnering with MCOE, ARCH is investing in education for local students who are already established in Mendocino County and invested in our region’s long-term success. Press explained, “When local health centers cannot find enough qualified employees in-county, it really hampers our ability to provide healthcare for all the people who need it.” In 2013, the funding MCOE had received for adult career training programs was redirected to school districts for K-12 education. Although MCOE is no longer obligated to provide services to the adult population, it recognizes the great community need for these programs and remains committed to them. The challenge they faced was funding them. MCOE Workforce Development Coordinator Tami Mee said, “We know student fees need to increase; however, we cannot increase them to the extent of covering the entire program cost, as we would not be able to fill the openings at such an exorbitant cost.” When this news reached ARCH, member health centers began crafting a plan to supplement MCOE’s funding. “We depend on MCOE to provide well-trained medical assistants and dental assistants, so it makes sense for us to help fund them,” Press said. Medical assistants and dental assistants provide essential coordination for patient care. They escort patients to treatment rooms, take their vital signs, make sure medical and dental providers have the information and instruments they need for each patient visit, and then work with the patients after their appointments to discuss next steps and schedule follow-up care. The Office of Education offers both a Medical Assistant program and a Dental Assistant program to those with a high school diploma. The Medical Assistant program is a two-semester (10-month) course that provides 20 students a year with all the training they need to become medical assistants, including both administrative and clinical skills. Many medical assistants go on to become nurses. In the program, students learn about medical terminology, billing, how to make appointments, and the legal obligations of medical professionals. Mee said, “The program allows students to enhance their business skills such as computers, math, business writing, and office procedures, as well as their clinical skills.” Students complete courses in human anatomy and physiology, and they learn how to prepare patients for the appointment, give injections and assist medical providers. Once the classroom work is completed, students complete an “externship” at a local healthcare facility. The Dental Assistant program works much the same way. MCOE offers two cohorts of dental assistant training, each lasting approximately four months and training a total of 16 students. Coursework includes classroom, clinical and an unpaid extern experience. Students learn terminology and basic dental operatory procedures including anatomy and physiology, terminology, seating and preparing patients, dental instruments, sterilization procedures, dental materials and how to assist the dentist during patient care. Mee said, “Without this assistance from local health centers, I don’t know what the long-term prognosis of these programs would be. We’re very grateful.” For additional information about these or other MCOE career training programs, including phlebotomy, call Tami Mee at (707) 467-5123 or visit http://www.mcoe.us. To learn more about ARCH, visit http://www.ruralcommunityhealth.org. ARCH members include: Mendocino Coast Clinics in Fort Bragg; MCHC Health Centers in Willits, Ukiah and Lakeport; Baechtel Creek Medical Clinic in Willits; Anderson Valley Health Center in Boonville; Redwood Coast Medical Services in Point Arena and Gualala; and Long Valley Health Center in Laytonville.
21 May 19

1. Use Energy Efficient Lightbulbs Energy efficient lightbulbs are a simple way to reduce the amount of power you use. Not only will this help the planet, it will also save your bank balance too. By replacing just one lightbulb, the effect can be tremendous. If every house in the USA did this, it would […]

21 May 19

I totally understand. I am a small business owner myself and it has been my tendency from the start to go for free versus having to pay for anything that might help my business. I make exceptions of course. In areas where I know I’m incompetent I hire help. For instance to do the legal […]

21 May 19
Ditch The Porn

Sorry if I make some grammar mistakes, english is not my first language. Omg I can't even believe this is real lol. I'm a 27 years old guy, never had a girlfriend, never had sex, nothing. I've spent the last 4 years in the gym building a greek god body and still couldnt do anything […]

21 May 19
The Astrology Podcast

In episode 206 Christopher Renstrom joins the show to talk about the work of the early 20th century astrologer Evangeline Adams, and the development and popularization of astrology in America. In the first hour of this discussion we talk about the practice of astrology in America in the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, and the […]

21 May 19
Much to Think About Nothing

Many of us know by the time we wake up, what daily tasks are ahead of us and how much we are (not) looking forward to tackling them.  We do our daily mechanical tasks to prepare for the day but do we really take hold and manage our mornings? Why is Morning Management Important? It […]

21 May 19
The Nonprofit Partnership

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION The California Conference for Equality and Justice (CCEJ) is a human relations organization dedicated to eliminating bias, bigotry and racism through education, conflict resolution and advocacy. Since 1963, CCEJ has worked to transform communities to end discrimination, oppression and injustice. Our programs raise awareness, heal conflicts and bridge differences. They operate at […]