New Delhi: The Mi-17 IAF helicopter that crashed in Budgam in Jammu and Kashmir on February 27, the day Indian and Pakistani air forces were engaged in a fierce dogfight, was hit by an Indian missile, according to a high-level probe that found at least four officers guilty.Six military personnel and a civilian were killed in the incident. At least four officers, including a group captain, were held responsible for the crash of the chopper in the friendly fire and are set to face severe punishment, military sources said on Friday. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’There is no immediate comment from the Indian Air Force on the findings of the probe. The IAF headquarters had ordered a Court of Inquiry (CoI) into the incident under an Air Commodore-ranked officer. The probe found that the ‘Identification of Friend or Foe’ (IFF) system on-board the helicopter was switched off and there was a “vital gap” in communication and coordination between the ground staff and the crew of the chopper. The IFF helps air defence radars identify whether an aircraft or helicopter is friendly or hostile. “The guilty personnel will face severe punishment as per provisions of the military law,” said a source, adding that the IAF top brass will decide on the quantum of punishment to those held responsible for the incident. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KIn early May, the IAF transferred the Air Officer Commanding (AOC) of Srinagar base to ensure a thorough probe into the incident. The helicopter crashed in Budgam on February 27 when Indian and Pakistani fighter jets were engaged in aerial combat, a day after India’s air strike on a Jaish-e-Mohammed terrorist training camp in Balakot in Pakistan. The Pakistani Air Force unsuccessfully attempted to target various Indian military installations in Kashmir on February 27. Sources said the CoI was also specifically focusing on examining the role of various people, including those controlling the air defence system when the helicopter was hit by a surface-to-air missile. They said the IAF will initiate action based on the report of the CoI. This could include charging the guilty with culpable homicide not amounting to murder, the sources added.
Karen Knox – Photo by Lauren Vandenbrook Twitter All successful projects start with a good idea. Sometimes having the idea is the easy part, but what happens next and bringing that idea to fruition can be the hard part. Despite advances in technology and more opportunities out there than ever for young content creators to make their mark, it still takes a lot of work, sweat, favors and risk-taking on the part of those involved to bring a new series to life. That’s exactly what Karen Knox and Gwenlyn Cumyn discovered when making the KindaTV web series Barbelle. The 10 episode first season of Barbelle follows girlfriends and bandmates Alice (Cumyn) and Veronica (Knox) who break up, but must fake their relationship to adoring fans while trying to make their sophomore album.While Knox and Cumyn received support in making Barbelle from Bell Media and originally premiered on Bell Fibe TV before KindaTV, a lot of funding for the project came from the duo and a crowdfunding campaign they ran prior to production. The money raised allowed the pair to make the first season and staff their show. In addition to co-creating Barbelle, Knox and Cumyn wrote, produced and starred in the series, with Knox also directing an episode.Knox recently spoke with The TV Junkies as part of our Women Behind Canadian TV series. She discussed how a background in theater led her to discovering her true passion as a film and television content creator. Knox shared her perspective as a young creator and how she and Cumyn brought their idea of Barbelle to fruition. Having recently completed directing the short film Case of the Massey Bodice Ripping, which looks to shine a light on rape as an overused plot device in film and television, Knox shared why she found such joy directing and hopes to continue with it. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment The TV Junkies: Can you share a little about your background? Did you always want to work in film?Karen Knox: I didn’t come from a film and TV background. It’s funny because it seems like in the tech sector, the jobs are getting more and more specialized, but content creation, which is the umbrella term I give myself now, requires so many different skills. I have to be a writer, producer, actor and I direct. It’s becoming less and less specialized since you have to have all these skills that work together.I started in theater though, directing there and writing poetry. I then moved to England and got my masters in classical performance. It was a very expensive, ultimately useless degree except it solidified for me, that I am not interested in being a pawn in plays written by dead white men 400 years ago. I got my Masters, but I thought if I never do another Shakespeare play ever again that’s just fine with me. In the theater world, we worship at the altar of all these classic playwrights that are all men, and I’m kind of over the classics right now. I get it, but the male perspective is overdone for me right now. That’s why I’m really interested in making new content that gives a chance for the female view and perspective. Advertisement Facebook Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With:
In a statement released in Geneva today, Professor Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, the UN Commission on Human Rights’ Special Rapporteur of dealing with the situation of human rights in Myanmar, said he hoped that these releases will be followed by the release of all remaining political prisoners. “The release of all remaining political prisoners would also send an important signal to the people of Myanmar and the international community that the Government is committed to a process of reconciliation and to establishing an inclusive and participatory democracy in Myanmar,” said the statement.”The Special Rapporteur firmly believes that former political prisoners can make a valuable contribution to the process of national reconciliation,” it added.
More: Apple Podcasts | ESPN App | RSS | Embed Embed Code FiveThirtyEight This week on Hot Takedown, we’re reacting to a series of upsets in the first round of the NBA playoffs. The Los Angeles Clippers pulled off the biggest comeback in playoff history, but we don’t necessarily think the Warriors should be too worried for the rest of the series. Other upsets included the No. 7 seed Orlando Magic defeating the No. 2 Toronto Raptors; that Game 1 victory had Mike Tuck on “Open Mike” from Orlando’s 96.9 The Game positing that Orlando is underrated in the Eastern Conference. Our basketball guru, Chris Herring, makes a guest appearance to help us break down this claim.Someone who is openly shaking in his boots this week is golfing great Jack Nicklaus. Tiger Woods’s victory at the Masters gave him his 15th major, just three behind Nicklaus’s all-time record. Does Tiger have it in him to catch Jack? Or do we expect this to be his last big victory?Inspired by Tiger’s feat, our Rabbit Hole dives into other statistically improbable comebacks.Here’s what we’re looking at this week:Chris breaks down how the Warriors blew a 31-point lead.And he provides takeaways from the opening weekend of the NBA playoffs.As per usual, our eyes are glued to our NBA predictions.We can’t get enough of Tiger Woods’s comeback.The Washington Post digs into Tiger’s odds for the rest of the season and into 2020.ESPN analyzes great comeback stories across sports.From our Rabbit Hole, this excellent video about Lonnie Smith from SB Nation.
The eight-legged dish, which featured as the starter at the Freshers’ welcome dinner last year, will not appear on the menu at next year’s event.–– ADVERTISEMENT –– Baroness Jan Royall, head of Somerville, said she wants to “change the culture” of the college to make sure it is “welcoming for all”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Baroness Royall, the former Labour leader in the House of Lords,… An Oxford college president has demanded that octopus is removed from the menu as part of a drive to make disadvantaged students feel more “comfortable”. The Labour peer told how after receiving a complaint from a first-year student about an octopus terrine dish, she instructed Somerville’s catering staff to replace it with a less adventurous alternative.
THE IRISH PRESIDENCY has secured an agreement with the European Parliament on behalf of EU member states, on improving protection for victims of domestic violence.Final discussions were held between the parliament and the Council of Ministers in Brussels yesterday to reach an agreement on regulation for the European Protection Order. This regulation will ensure that a civil protection order, such as a barring order for domestic violence, can still be enforced if the victim travels, or moves, from one member state to another.Minister for Justice, Equality and Defence Alan Shatter said the agreement will enable victims to have continuity of protection under the law which will make travel or relocation a reality for many of them for the first time.The proposed agreement will now be presented to member state ambassadors for their approval and to the Justice and Home Affairs Council, chaired by Shatter, which will take place in Brussels early next month.Read: Women’s Aid warns Christmas stress can trigger domestic abuse>Column: Domestic violence is an issue we’re encouraged not to think about in Ireland>
Updated at 9.17pmA CONCERT IN Cork Opera House was cancelled this evening after a hoax bomb scare.Gardaí carried out a search of the premises, and no device was found.2manyDJs, also known as electronic group Soulwax, were due to perform at the venue this evening.However, Cork Opera House tweeted that the concert has been cancelled.(@CorkOperaHouse/Twitter)Originally published 8.48pm
In April of this year Adobe unveiled a new version of its subscription service called Creative Cloud to coincide with the release of Creative Suite 6. For many people Creative Cloud makes a lot of sense as it replaces the need to spend thousands of dollars for Creative Suite with the ability to pay a monthly subscription.We’ve all become used to subscription services. You hand over your credit card or PayPal details after filling out an online form. In return, you are emailed a serial number which activates the software for use, and continues to allow access as long as you pay each month.Typically the email containing your serial number takes a few minutes to arrive once payment is complete. In the worst cases I’ve been kept waiting an hour for that mail to arrive. But for some reason Adobe can’t even supply your Creative Cloud serial number in a day, let alone an hour.Pat Dryburgh, a user interface designer, experienced this first hand. Sitting in an airport in San Francisco, he decided to sign up for Creative Cloud as his Photoshop 6 beta had just expired. Figuring he could get some work done during the flight he went through Adobe’s subscription process and sat there waiting for the serial number to arrive in his inbox. It didn’t. In fact, for the next 48 hours it didn’t arrive, meaning Pat got absolutely no work done for the entire weekend let alone the flight.If this was a boxed product you could expect it to take up to two days to arrive in the post. But this is a digital product that Adobe is happy to instantly take your money for. Many other services also work this way and manage to deliver serial numbers in minutes via email, so why can’t Adobe?Pat even went so far as to initiate an online chat with Adobe support to find out what was taking so long. He was told serial numbers take between 24-48 hours to arrive. When his request got escalated he was again told the 24-48 hour delivery window remained in place.So, anyone considering signing up for a Creative Cloud subscription know that your purchase may remain unusable for up to two days. If Adobe is reading this, I think your system needs review and serial numbers should be delivered in under 5 minutes once a customer’s payment has been processed.Read more at Pat Dryburgh’s blog
A new analysis of upcoming ARM-based processors by Microprocessor Report claims that Nvidia’s Tegra 4 system-on-a-chip (SoC) will beat the best Qualcomm Snapdragon chips in 2013. The report is based on benchmark data released by the two companies, along with a bit of speculation. However, this is only true when you’re talking about raw speed. It’s looking like Nvidia might have a performance edge, but there’s more to this picture.The analysis was based on the Nvidia and Qualcomm chips running flat out with no power limitations. Microprocessor Report found that the Tegra 4 will handily beat the current generation Qualcomm APQ8064 Snapdragon S4 Pro, which is found in the Nexus 4 and Droid DNA, among others. That’s not so surprising, but the report also projects that the Tegra 4 will beat the top-of-the-line Snapdragon 800.Qualcomm isn’t going to put out any significant volume of Snapdragon 800 parts until Q2 2013 — right around the time Tegra 4 arrives. The Snapdragon 800 runs on four Krait 400 cores, which can be clocked to 2.3GHz. Even after applying a 10% benchmark boost to represent the difference between Krait 400 and 200, Tegra 4 still wins.Nvidia might have designed a technically faster SoC, but Qualcomm probably has it beat when it comes to power efficiency. Qualcomm’s Krait core is not a standard ARM design, but is a modification of the stock architecture. This allows Krait cores to dynamically adjust clock speeds based on system needs. Nvidia’s Tegra 4 is based on ARM Cortex A15, which is a little more limited. Instead of changing clock speeds, Tegra 4 can disable cores that are not needed.The report concludes that Qualcomm’s improved efficiency could lead to continued dominance in smartphones, but Tegra 4 will be the top choice for tablets. Nvidia also has its gaming angle to promote with games like Dead Trigger 2.
WOODLAND — Fresh fall apples and crunchy walnuts await visitors at the newly refurbished Guild-Klady Centennial Farm. In partnership with the Port of Woodland, Boy Scout Troop 531 recently completed a seven-month project to restore the 140-year old orchard, which had been overgrown and decaying for years.Troop 531 — with financial help from the port, which owns the property — restored the orchard so the public can pick apples, walnuts, pears, plums, cherries and other fruits for free. Port staff hope that one day high school students will be able to harvest an extra bounty from the orchard to donate to local food banks.The one-acre orchard is at 1620 Guild Road, nestled in the future home of the Guild Road Industrial Park, where the port hopes to attract new, light industrial clients. The project will also provide an alternative greenspace to meet city requirements for landscaping of new developments.The port purchased the property, including the orchard, in 2011 with the intent of incorporating it into the industrial park. But port commissioners wanted to preserve some of the land’s history. Previously owned by the homesteading Guild-Klady family, the orchard was established in 1878 and later recognized as a heritage orchard by WSU Vancouver.“We felt that this was a good element for the port to ensure that we’re not just in the market of bulldozing and destroying the agricultural industry,” said Jennifer Keene, executive director of Port of Woodland. “We wanted to ensure that future generations know … these orchards were a part of our economic past and that agriculture is part of our economic future.”
Andreas Granqvist rates England highly ahead of a potential quarter-final clash between the two nations at the World Cup in Russia.Former Wigan defender Granqvist has warned his Sweden teammates of the threat carried by England, citing striker Harry Kane’s influence on the team.Goal reports that the 33-year-old spoke to the media: “They have a really good team, I have to say,”“They’ve built a new generation with many younger players. Perhaps they have a slightly different English game.”“They are very technically gifted. Harry Kane is an excellent striker who has been doing so well for many years, with many good games.”England faces off against Columbia tomorrow night for a place in the quarterfinals, with Sweden playing earlier in the day against Switzerland.Crouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United. Tomorrow we clash at the World Cup. Can’t tell us apart? Here’s a little help. pic.twitter.com/U3VHXbphSt— Sweden.se (@swedense) July 2, 2018Granqvist added: “They have an important match, we have an important match and we have to see how that all plays out.”Sweden won their last outing 3-0 against Mexico to secure a last 16 berth, while England endured a disappointing 1-0 defeat against Belgium.
See It The 28 best games on the Xbox One Amazon Mentioned Above Microsoft Xbox One X Microsoft In the console space, generational leaps are traditionally associated with increased visual fidelity. Think about the jump from the Nintendo 64 to the GameCube or the original PlayStation to the PlayStation 2.Those leaps have grown increasingly incremental in recent years and, with the upcoming Project Scarlett, Microsoft is focusing on how games play as opposed to how they look. To be specific, Microsoft is concentrating on improving frame rates, according to Xbox head Phil Spencer”I think the area that we really want to focus on next generation is frame rate and playability of the games,” Spencer told CNET sister site GameSpot in a series of exclusive interviews. “Ensuring that the games load incredibly fast, ensuring that the game is running at the highest frame rate possible.”The idea of “playability” is quite nebulous, but Spencer seems to be referring to the notion of games running as smoothly as high-end PCs and reducing loads times as much as possible. That’s slightly different than the goals of current-gen consoles like the Xbox One X, which was focused on hitting 4K resolutions.”The thing that’s interesting is, this generation, we’ve really focused on 4K visuals and how we bring both movies through 4K Blu-ray and video streaming, and with Xbox One X allowing games to run at 4K visuals will make really strong visual enhancements next generation. But playability is probably the bigger focus for us this generation. How fast do [games] load? Do I feel like I can get into the game as fast as possible and while it’s playing? How does it feel? Does this game both look and feel like no other game that I’ve seen? That’s our target.”Another priority for Microsoft: backwards compatibility, or the ability for Project Scarlett to play all your old games.”Making sure that all four generations of content… all run on the next platform is important to us. We want to respect the games that you’ve bought from us.”GameSpot currently has a broad series of articles with Xbox head Phil Spencer talking about the future of games and Microsoft’s role in that future. Check them out here. CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Share your voice See it Post a comment $319 Microsoft Xbox One X Tags Preview • Xbox One X coming November 7 for $499: Everything we know Microsoft Nintendo $369 28 Photos Review • Xbox One X review: Is it worthy of the hype? Gaming Culture 0
Rep. Harriet Drummond, D-Anchorage, during a House minority press availability, March 15, 2016. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North)The state House unanimously passed a bill Friday morning that would create Indigenous Peoples Day on the 18th of October every year. It coincides with Alaska Day, one of the state’s official holidays.Download AudioAnchorage Representative Harriet Drummond proposed the bill.“In times of challenge, let’s remember those who have gone before us,” she told the House floor. “Who faced far greater challenges than we do. And who adapted and engineered and created and survived in this land we call home.”Representative Benjamin Nageak from Barrow told the House he applauds the declaration but reminds the Representatives that it doesn’t heal all wounds.“Setting aside a day will not get rid of the many problems that indigenous people face everyday in Alaska.” He listed problems like violence, alcoholism, and substandard housing.The original bill suggested the day coincide with Columbus Day, a federal holiday. Governor Bill Walker declared October 12, 2015 Indigenous Peoples Day, but it was a one-time designation.The bill also creates Katie John Day on May 31 in honor of the Ahtna elder who fought to protect subsistence rights. It now goes to the Senate.
I am happy to be able to accept myself for who I am and because of that I am who I am today, so, happy #LesbianDayOfVisibility P.S. my best photos are with my girlfriend by my side pic.twitter.com/aTzsw6BU7T— (@carysrunaghan13) April 26, 2018No matter where people are in their journey, let’s embrace and love the lesbians in our lives.it took me a long damn time to dare say the L word but here i am today an extremely proud LESBIAN #Lesbianvisibilityday pic.twitter.com/nhsfsZbZtE— paige (@pokerwitheIIen) April 26, 2018Needless to say, it’s a good day.#LGBTcuties #lesbianvisibilityday it took me 18 years to accept this label so please remember how important it is to normalize lesbianism. To butch lesbians, trans lesbians, disabled lesbians, lesbians of color, & asexual lesbians: I hear you, I stand with you. pic.twitter.com/Pusftbgvby— sierra (@ilov3dogs) April 26, 2018 i got called a cute guy today, was i supposed to tell the girl she’s clearly gay? #LesbianDayofVisibility pic.twitter.com/KoMqoNBOn1— that kid 卌 (@babyyburnie) April 26, 2018 Tell the lesbians in your life you see and love them | Photo: Unsplash/Tallie Robinson There’s a pretty cool hashtag trending on Twitter right now, all because it’s Lesbian Visibility Day. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) I have never been more proud to live as who I am – at a scary time for so many people the LGBT+ community makes me feel supported and safe every day. I’ve found my happiness #LesbianDayOfVisibility pic.twitter.com/KP8pQGgKkM— emily (@emrosad) April 26, 2018‘I have never been more proud to live as who I am,’ writes user @emrosad. ‘At a scary time for so many people the LGBT+ community makes me feel supported and safe every day. I’ve found my happiness.’happy #LesbianDayOfVisibility ! im a dyke and proud pic.twitter.com/lnjzOpBIQj— 𝔢𝔩 (@Iackofsorrow) April 26, 2018 It’s not a day that gets a lot of attention, or is even known by a lot of people. However, according to the internet, the day began in 2008. Like other visibility days, it’s simply meant as a day of celebration for women who identify as lesbians.This year, it’s really taking off like never before with a trending hashtag and a whole lot of selfies.The selfies are really the best part. It’s great to see people out, proud, and living their best lives.Beautiful lesbians all across the internet#LesbianDayOfVisibility I only use twitter to tell everybody I’m gay pic.twitter.com/pVLRGaSkyU— Maja knife wife (@finporslin) April 26, 2018 GAYSTARNEWS- It’s #lesbiandayofvisibility , Janelle Monae is all the way out as queer, and Bill Cosby is finally being held accountable. Today’s a pretty good day— Lisa (@0ldmeat) April 26, 2018Honestly, all of these selfies and pictures are so fine.Happy #LesbianVisibilityDay from your vintage lesbian ♥️ pic.twitter.com/GuFZKNbNQP— emily (@barbarahutton_) April 26, 2018 Happy #LesbianVisibilityDay Here is the wonderful @christineburns letting the world know that she is #Proud2Be a lesbian trans woman https://t.co/eppxZRuzpa pic.twitter.com/CZ0jeI9Hpl— Proud2Be (@_proud2be) April 26, 2018Others are talking about the news of the day, including Bill Cosby’s conviction and Janelle Monáe’s coming out. happy #LesbianDayOfVisibility! sending so much love to all the ladies who love ladies, today and every day pic.twitter.com/m4SVqR0qMg— jocelyn (@lyndonbjocelyn) April 26, 2018 Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . #LesbianDayofVisibility my quad shots of coffee may take me out before finals are done but pic.twitter.com/GBznqcDAET— LoLo (@lolorunawaylove) April 26, 2018Every lesbian is welcome — queer femmes, butch women, and everyone else!happy #lesbiandayofvisibility to all queer femmes out there xoxo pic.twitter.com/ENetKlRDfx— AAahHhh!!!!!ri (@ariawry) April 26, 2018And trans lesbians, who are just as valid and worthy of celebration.#LesbianVisibilityDay y’all got room for a pretty trans girl pic.twitter.com/GJJypjrROF— [dezz]astorous (@Dismal_dezzerae) April 26, 2018 #lesbianvisibilityday Hello me me big gay (I’m fairly certain at least) pic.twitter.com/NDXuWZTd52— Avery (@matte_bat_) April 26, 2018And celebrating their girlfriends!Happy #LesbianVisibilityDayI would like to take the time to show my appreciation for my favourite queer person in the entire world / universe / galaxy – my baby girl @chloespencerrr pic.twitter.com/dG8V9gE7tN— Joanna (@jennasmanning) April 26, 2018 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Icons in LGBTI history and today share their pivotal stories in 29 portraitsEveryday moments of gay history captured on new websiteIncluding bisexuals at Pride is about more than just acceptanceRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/women-selfies-lesbian-visibility-day/
Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more Alphonsus Matovu, M.D., at Kamuli Mission Hospital, begins the first-ever ultrasound-guided breast biopsy performed at this rural site in Uganda. Kristen DeStigter, M.D. Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. 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This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Its mission is to bring medical expertise and high-quality, low-cost health care to most remote and under-served areas worldwide by integrating simple ultrasound technology with training, local capacity building and community support. It is much more than modern technology alone — it is a system solution. What is the Problem? According to the United Nations Children’s Fund, for every 1,000 live births, at least 63 infants die before their first birthday in Uganda. Many of those deaths are due to complications that could have been predicted by ultrasound technology. The situation also contributes to the country’s high infant mortality rate, with 310 out of every 100,000 women dying in childbirth, and is the leading cause of death for girls ages 15–18.Globally, complications from pregnancy and birth contribute to more than 358,000 maternal deaths annually. The majority of these deaths occur in developing nations where there is limited access to even basic healthcare. And most of these deaths are preventable with basic obstetrical imaging.How Did You Become Involved? After long days performing ultrasound exams on the border of Kenya and Sudan while investigating a parasitic disease as part of a research team in the early 1990s, I would join my colleagues in an impromptu health clinic, conducting physical exams. Each day, we found that by using ultrasound we were able to discover potentially dangerous conditions, such as breech presentation, multiples or placenta previa in late pregnancy. As a result, we were able to counsel patients to get to a healthcare facility where they could get appropriate, lifesaving treatment in time. This made me wonder how one could make ultrasound accessible to people in need in the most remote areas of the world; but at that time, the lack of resources and trained personnel in areas like this made it impossible to make diagnostic imaging available for critical diagnoses; and I knew that traditional methods of ultrasound outreach were simply not sustainable to make a difference for the community in the long-term.What was the “Aha” Moment? Over the years, I considered the problem of bringing a permanent ultrasound solution to the most rural areas of the world, but it wasn’t until 2007, when I began working with Brian Garra, M.D., that a solution came to light. He had been promoting volume scans for ultrasound diagnosis since 2001, and proposed that they use entirely new ultrasound protocols using volume scanning to reduce the extent of operator training needed while still maintaining high diagnostic quality. We were able to show that ultrasound volume imaging is not only safe, effective, reproducible and repeatable, but that the images obtained could be compressed and decompressed for image transmission over a regular cell phone network for remote interpretation without loss of diagnostic quality. Working together, Garra and I started an organization to distribute this unique technology worldwide and Imaging the World was founded.Why Does it Work?Through a state-of-the-art data compression and transmission system, the images are sent via the internet to a secure server where they can be accessed and “read” on a McKesson PACS from anywhere in the world. Within hours, rural health center workers receive potentially lifesaving diagnoses by phone or text message, offering options for treatment. ITW’s solution can only be as successful as it is adaptable. The ITW platform is designed for maximum flexibility, so it can be adapted to widely divergent cultures and healthcare systems. Through collaboration with local governments and healthcare providers, and through community outreach initiatives, imaging care is seamlessly integrated to improve health and save lives. ITW’s low-cost, sustainable and scalable imaging model is possible anywhere cell phone signals are available.What is Next? We are very excited about our newest initiative — an interdisciplinary team from Uganda and around the world just launched a pilot breast cancer detection program in rural Uganda. Through a Grand Challenges Canada Stars in Global Health grant, awarded to Imaging the World Africa (ITWA) and directed by Ugandan surgeon Alphonsus Matovu, M.D., Imaging the World is able to help experts bring high-quality and cost-effective breast cancer detection to remote, underserved areas. Breast diagnostic ultrasound can be performed using the same methodology that has been successful for ITW in obstetric ultrasound.How Can Others Become Involved?ITW collaborates with ultrasound industry partners and imaging informatics industry experts such as McKesson and peerVue, as well as other radiology and medical organizations, ultrasound education specialists and academic institutions. It continues to seek support and volunteers for a number of functions. For more information: www.imagingtheworld.orgCase study supplied by McKesson Corp. FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Feature | Radiology Business | July 23, 2019 | Greg Freiherr Liars in Radiology Beware! Can you tell when someone is lying? read more Case Study | October 01, 2013 | Sponsored by McKesson Corp. What is Imaging The World? An interview with Kristen DeStigter, M.D. 12PreviousNext Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more Kristen DeStigter, M.D. Body language expert Traci Brown spoke at the AHRA 2019 meeting on how to identify when a person is not being honest by their body language. She said medical imaging department administrators can use this knowledge to help in hiring decisions and managing staff. Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Advances in long-length digital radiography are creating opportunities for visualization during spinal surgery, as well as pre- and post-operatively. 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Korean Air Presents its Signature Inflight MealKorean Air Presents its Signature Inflight Meal “Bibimbap” At AspenKorean Air, South Korea’s flagship carrier, has once again showcased its signature in-flight meal “Bibimbap” at the 37th annual Food & Wine Classic from June 14 to 16 in Aspen, Colorado.The Food & Wine Classic is America’s premier culinary event and is celebrating its 37th year. It is presented every June by Food & Wine Magazine in scenic Aspen. It features wine tasting, cooking demonstrations and panel discussions by the world’s most celebrated chefs and wine experts such as Martha Stewart, JJ Johnson and Gail Simmons. The event alone attracts over 5,000 people to Aspen every year.Participating in the event for the 10th year, Korean Air showcased its signature in-flight meal Bibimbap. One of the most popular dishes of Korean food, Bibimbap is made of white rice topped with vegetables, beef and Gochujang (chili pepper paste). Korean Air chefs explained Bibimbap’s unique cooking method, its origin and recipe details. Korean Air also introduced the Jedong Ranch, operated by the Hanjin Group, the parent company of Korean Air. At the ranch, cattle and chickens are raised to be used as ingredients for in-flight meals served in Korean Air’s first- and prestige-class cabins. Korean Air’s flight attendants served Bibimbap to the audience, and over 5,000 dishes of Bibimbap ran out quickly.As the first airline to serve Bibimbap inflight in 1997, Korean Air pioneered the sharing of Korean cuisine internationally and received the prestigious Mercury Award from IFCA (International Flight Catering Association) in doing so.As the Korean cultural ambassador, Korean Air has been actively participating in renowned world travel fairs held in cities such as Berlin, Paris, Madrid, Auckland, Shanghai and Hong Kong. Korean Air remains committed to using fresh ingredients and maintaining the food quality in order to provide various, healthy inflight meals to passengers.Source = Korean Air
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