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"strathmore" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Strathmore Inn Stratham ear in Cape May County. We'll have more on that in the coming minutes. 9 42 It's time for traffic and weather on the twos, beginning with the roads and Justin dropping. And thanks a lot. Steven should express westbound still blocked at broad street that is due to flooding and lay begins just past the ramps from 95. So callow Hill Street Spring Garden Street from Good choices. Keep in mind that Kelly dry remains closed. To the rising waters along Scougall River and 76 eastbound the ramp from 76 east to the vine ease that still closes well, Scougall expressway itself in pretty good shape of the east and westbound. 95 There's roadwork in Delaware counties North bound, jammed from the Delaware state line to Chae Chester Avenue. That's exit once a double lane closure, all from 95 south before broad sure, you'll find the right lane blocked. Along the Darby Creek in Delaware County. You heard it just lots of flooding, taking place a lot of the roads still a mess right now, With the closures and detours in place, and also in Ridley Township. It is to 91 still blocked near Stewart Avenue that's due to high floodwaters. 4 76 the Bluebird trouble free on the Pennsylvania Turnpike delayed westbound just past four Washington left in center lanes blocked for road work. Also on the turnpike near Downingtown. The left land is closed both East West bound due to roadwork CHADDs Ford, Route one block. Both the racks is near Creek Road due to flooding. And the Commodore Barry Bird, slow heading eastbound into New Jersey due to construction in the Garden state Pretty quiet on the 42 Freeway to 95 on Route 55 down in violent We still have the closure of Del C Drive Root, 47 just past Sherman Avenue that is due to downed wires. Mass transit still plenty of restrictions and suspensions taking place on the regional rails due to the weather. So you do want to check ahead. I'm just drop back into capability you 24.
"strathmore" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"The Scougall River, the spring mill train station and Whitemarsh Township. County officials say crews search the river for hours and found no sign of anyone in Plymouth Meeting Jim Mel work, K Y. W News radio. A tornado has been confirmed down the shore and Strathmore Cape May County nearby Kyi W's Andrew Kramer reports. Ocean City also took a broadside from the storm. The wind was consistently strong all day long when the rain finally slowed. Tom deal, took a walk and ended up at 59th in central and I got to this spot here and I look back at that house. Just is a porch roof on the part of the roof was being lifted up and pushed that way pushed West. And then one parking crashing often went behind. And I don't know what it hit when we saw the siding from this one like swirl, and it was like the movie Twister. The conditions weren't any better on the boardwalk. We ran into Steve from Baltimore when that tornado warning was issued, and the wind really picked up just came out for a cup of coffee. One blowing too hard and within about I don't know. One minute it went from being next and off into Can you keep your eyes open? Got sand blowing in my face and everything out some of the roads by the back bays flooded trash cans on the boardwalk where toppling left and right. We saw one boardwalk shop Tryto open, but they had to close about 20 minutes later. In Ocean City, Andrew Grammar and what a view news radio. Just the storm hammered New Jersey with heavy rains and high winds. Kyi W's Mike DiNardo reports Governor Phil Murphy put out a statewide state of emergency. And while there were no mandatory travel restrictions flooded and power outages will persist for hours. State offices are closed.
"strathmore" Discussed on WTOP
"Between friendship heights and grow their Strathmore. The medical center in Bethesda Stations are closed with scheduled work through August 14th. Jack Taylor w T o P Traffic and another storm team for a meteorologist Chuck Bell, Chuck Looks like we got a few more hours of decent weather here. Yeah, No, no real weather worries here for the next couple of hours. That's good news. Give looking little chance to get everything done that needed to get done before tomorrow rolls in here with Not so That was not a whole lot of wind for the Washington area westbound, but everyone's going to get a dousing of rain tomorrow. Rainfall amounts, There's going to be a very steep Grady in between who gets a lot and he just gets Aton, Shenandoah Valley west of the Blue Ridge tomorrow, probably going to stay under one in the 1 to 2 inch range under two inches in the Shenandoah Valley tomorrow. Want to come east to the Blue Ridge to Dulles, the I 95 corridor in Washington easily a tutto foreign charm or rainfall amount is expected for tomorrow as the storm comes through. The closer you get to the bay down into southern Maryland, six inches arm or of rain will be possible because you'll be closer to the core of the storm itself is a S. Is expected to make landfall not too far away from Wilmington, North Carolina late tonight, and then rush up the Eastern Seaboard and could be somewhere very close to the Bay Bridge Annapolis neighborhood. Around lunchtime. Tomorrow's a little more than 24 hours from now. The heavy rain arrives after the sun goes down tonight, and it's going to rain hard late tonight and through most of the day tomorrow should come to a relatively quick and once the storm starts to pull away. Again with rainfall amounts to 24 inches or more. For most of the D C. Metro area. Flash flooding will be a serious concern for tomorrow and where the wind will be highest near the Chesapeake Bay. Power outages will also be a very serious concern for tomorrow. So be sure that you are storm ready today when all the loose items out of the yard next to the deaf gutters and the drains are clean and that you are ready to go for what will be a day you wanna be Sheltering in place for tomorrow. That's a phrase that we've gotten all too familiar with here in 2020 So nice enough day. Today was the clouds Move in Heisman two Upper eighties Again Rain heaviest after the sun goes down tonight, lots of wind and rain tomorrow and then clearing out and settling down for Wednesday and Thursday. I'm starting Team four meteorologist Chuck Found for w T O P. Thank you Check right now. We have 80 degrees in Friendship Heights, 9 52 Believe me when I tell you, the name of the National Hurricane Center is latest storm here takes some practice to get correct. Okay, Raise your hand. If you've heard of the name Lisa. Yes, Before this hurricane season, not many of us had. In fact, according to baby names dot com It is number 510 in US Birth, not ranked it all on the baby names. Popularity charts the Oh baby names, website says it's a yes is the late Latin and Spanish form of the Hebrew name Isaiah and used in some versions of the Bible..
"strathmore" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"Talk about when it comes to polling numbers being inaccurate. That and so much more after news update on game J. Here's Liz. News not happening right now. Hillary County Sheriff Mike Boudreau, his deputies and explorers are handing out hundreds of boxes of food as well as masks to help prevent the spread of Covad, 19. It's called the community drive through food giveaway and mass giveaway, Sheriff Boudreau says. It's important for him to do whatever he can in these communities the drive through food giveaways or made possible through a partnership with the USDA and Seven Oaks Church and Vice Alia. Today's giveaway is underway until noon, it Pleasant View Elementary School on Avenue, 1 45 The next community Food mass giveaway will be in go shin from 5 to 7 PM on July 24th of the go Shin Elementary School, then on July 28th and Strathmore from 5 to 7 PM at the Strathmore Middle School and then in Lemon Cove from 5 to 7 PM on July 31st at the Lemon Cove Community Church on Sierra Drive, presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says he's not ready. The yet to announce his running mate. It is important that my administration, I promise you will look like America, both as from vice president to Supreme Court to Cabinet positions to every major position in the White House. Biden, speaking on MSNBC, says he's considering for black women to be his running mate. And has been receiving extensive vetting briefings about each potential candidate on Wall Street. The Dow's up more than 200 points Valley weather right now, Sonny, 88 at Radio City seasonably.
"strathmore" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Good morning home of jiffy lube live Serena how are you I'm great how are you good the coffee seems to have kicked in this morning was a Starbucks run morning they have quad shot lactase okay yeah I'm I'm jacked up right about now if you can't tell already how how are you is Serena what are you up so early I'm on my way to work actually I'm about five minutes late really do and are you gonna get in trouble for being five minutes late some going to yell at you know no one's going to yell at me each year and I've been with Virginia it'll center well we appreciate what you do for them and we won't keep you that much longer so you won't be much later we're gonna give you a pair tickets Camilla cabal capital in September twenty twenty plus tickets the holidays in harmony at the Strathmore in Rockville I'm sorry thank you well you enjoy and thank you for what you do and on behalf of everybody that counts on your medical billing thanks for collecting that money happy holidays whole whole whole not stay with us because next Santa's little helper producer Kayla is going to come into the room and she's gonna share quote with us all to get us into the right morning might set Lisa babies under the weather today thanks to you PS jobs dot com let's take a look at traffic one thing to worry about right now Montgomery village sin away wrote a clubhouse road rescue and recovery work in progress please ask that you avoid the area that's all now is the time it wherever you are is the place the Citadelle makes it easier to earn your degree by offering master's degrees graduate certificates an.
"strathmore" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"Know, my grandfather had a way of regaling me with stories about things, and so I had many nightmare just from a ride to the shore. But I can remember that you'd go down. And there was a place on the way that we used to stop, and, and get it, what depending, whether it was a morning or in the Friday night, because we used to go down on Friday nights, and my grandfather would take me down. We'd stop a place called the buck tavern. And I was on. I don't even know what route. Because again, idol, my grandfather had all sorts of backwards, but we'd he always found his way to the buck and not sure entirely. Why? But and I and I would never say anything to my grandmother when we got down to the shore. But. You know there are the things you remember in in. And that's what makes this thing, so cool that, that, that chickpeas pizzas doing because look you're getting out of the city you're getting down to the shore. You know that the roads are going to be busy, and you have to be patient, and you have to enjoy you're tuned into talk radio twelve ten and we're helping you get there. And, you know, you're on your way and the next thing you know, you're not having to pay the toll, and that is a sweet thing and no matter how you get there. And this is always the fastest way. Right. Fastest way to get over the bridge. Get on forty two and get on the expressway. It's a straight shot. If you're going into Atlantic City, it's a no brainer. But even there, you know, exit seven s get you on the Parkway. I'm real used to that. I could probably do it. In fact, I'm really looking forward to the day when I have a self-driving automobile and it's just I'm just going to point it east south and it'll know how to get it will easily. How to get to the shore, and that's and it doesn't matter if you're going anywhere, south jersey anything from Atlantic City, south brigantine, which is a little north, but you're still come in straight down the expressway. Anything south, you're getting off a seven s you know, whether your head down to see I'll or ocean city Strath Strathmore, any of the any of the islands that's the way you do it. I'm certain there are still people to take those back roads, but to me on the ACA express, especially on the weekend like this, and you know that you're going to get here and you can stop. And, and for those of you that have stopped at the service plaza today, it's been a blast here, and of course, now is the hour that your tolls are being paid by chickpeas and Pete's. It is free toll Friday, and it is a tradition. Unlike any other and you know, that's, that's what makes chickens and peace. Connick. And they. Impeach gets. And of course, they're all they're down the shore. You can get crab fries on the ocean city. Boardwalk, I know that because I've done. So absolutely you to do that. Now's the time to get through the tolls and. Get them paid and no matter which way you're going find your way to the expressway and get that toll paid because it's a nice little thing. And it's and it's fun. This whole thing is fun here at the plaza. And it kicks off the summer, which is the best part about it, of course. And look. You wanna do you wanna get down here? You want to have some crabby and kettle corn and get your get your topic. We knew people that would stop and wait till five o'clock in the past we'd see them lined up on the shoulder. Thick that's probably true today, so now's the time to get on through. I'm Rick Ramal, the on live at the Farley plaza for the sixth annual free toll Friday, presented by none other.
"strathmore" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Countries are in need of medical assistance. We usually think of sending supplies and healthcare workers, but according to the World Health Organization more is needed. We'll talk about what that need is. And then we'll hear from tick nation health chief correspondent, Dr Daniel craft. He'll talk about electricity as medicine. Steve Samad is an international educator in healthcare and life science management, the World Health Organization is absolutely adamant we need more health care workers. We need more doctors, we need more, nurses, we need more physicians assistants. You name it exactly right in line. But lately they've been saying we need more than that. What is that what they've begun to recognize? And it's it's astonishing that it's taken this long is that you cannot really have viable healthcare systems or viable, hospitals are viable clinics or whatever health services, unless you have professionally trained managers and historically the default has been that physicians often at the peak of their career who tend to be the technically most competent get drafted into managerial roles. And although they may have the interpersonal skills or not. They certainly don't have the technical skills or preparation and management. And as a result things don't work as well as they should. And what are the consequences of things not working? Well, well, probably many of your listeners are have heard of the concept of the brain drain, whereby physicians or nurses who are trained in one country at the expense of that country. Find greener pastures not necessarily just for better compensation, but for better environment in which to practice nursing or medicine. And in my view, and I think many now agree that that is a failure of management when people cannot find professional satisfaction. Take care of patients the way they were trained to they're going gonna look elsewhere. So the solution developed back Denic programs and executive programs in order to professionalize management, and that's what I've been working. Well, one of the areas who've been working on is to do this in Africa throughout Africa. First instance in Nairobi, tell us about what you did there. Yeah. That was quite interesting. I in September of two thousand eleven I happened to be in Nairobi on some other business. And while there I was introduced to the founding dean of the business school of Strathmore university, which is a school that was an institution that was founded right around the time of Kenyan independence in the early nineteen sixties, and which formed the business school only ten eleven years ago. Now and the founding dean, Dr George Jenga, and I we hit it off and that a wide range ranging conversation. And I happened to mention to him that I was working in India with the Indian school of business and the Wharton school in developing a healthcare management MBA, it became quite animated and said he'd been wanting to start up similar program in Kenya for years, but didn't know how to get started and asked if I would help him and I'm not good at saying. No, especially for things like that. And I said ya'll I'll work on it with you. And he said, you know, this could be the first healthcare management MBA in Kenya. I said that makes it all the more interesting. So that evening when I was back in my hotel room. I started googling programs in Africa. And I found that he was correct. It would be the first and Kenya. But it would actually also be the first. On the African continent, including Egypt, including South Africa. They're just simply was no real provision for a degree in healthcare management. On a continent where a billion people reside. So that struck me as quite astonishing and drove home, the notion that something really needed to be done. So I undertook for the remainder of the year. A on the ground detailed needs assessment during which I interviewed hospital administrators, nurses physicians. Health ministers, basically, anybody who had talked to me who had us who is a stakeholder and healthcare. And this is in Nairobi, this is in Nairobi find out what the state of the system. That's right. And what I found was that I can't Kenya. As a country is very serious about its health system. But there are still gaps and they were about to enter what their constitution of two thousand ten mandated which was diva Lucien of their healthcare system, which is a different way of saying decentralisation. So whereas the national government controlled health spending and health services throughout the country. Now, they pushed that responsibility off to the counties counties being this the equivalent of states in. Kenya? Which meant that the need for management was about to explode. Because all of these counties now, we're going to have effectively not effectively autonomous health systems that there are medical facility. That's right there on medical facilities, and that there had been it's not the fault of Kanye or any other African country, but they hadn't built the human resource base to do that. I spent the remainder of two thousand eleven developing the first curriculum for the program and send that off the doctrine Jenga. Actually, it happened to be Christmas day two thousand eleven I remember that because I was teaching in Israel. So I thought it'd be a nice Christmas present for him. And we then spent two thousand twelve doing two things vetting. The curriculum backed with the stakeholders we did focus groups we also had to go through the approval process of Strathmore university, which is quite rigorous Strathmore has extraordinarily high standards as an academic institution. And. The feedback. We were getting was interesting because what I had designed was a program that was built on the traditional core of twelve MBA courses. And then I lab for half a dozen elective and major courses in health management, and we were getting very consistent feedback that that really did not serve the needs. And what they what everyone wanted to see was a curriculum that included healthcare content from day one. Even in the financial and managerial, accounting course in the market, in course, in human, resources course. So I had to go back and essentially redesigned the syllabus in right course, descriptions for an eighteen course program, and I hear a professor so you know, that a one you didn't do that over the weekend. Now now is not over the weekend. And unlike the US where in most universities, thirty six classroom hours constituted, a of course, I the requirement in Kenya is forty five hours. So that's a lot of content to fill. We have to do that for eighteen courses and the country requires of all masters degree programs, a dissertation, which is a serious original research, and that has to be completed before a degree can be conferred and as of two thousand eighteen those dissertations will have to be published in order to certify graduation. So they've set a standard that I think relatively few American students could be. So they won't be on willing unwilling is the word, but suffice it to say that the the standard and the expectations are very high. We. Submitted the package for approval to the Kenyan commission on higher education in January of two thousand thirteen so took a year to get get ready, and we were fully prepared for the one year review process that typically takes. And ten weeks later. We actually got the green light from the education ministry to go ahead. And I believe what happened was they consulted with the edge of the health ministry, which had a sense of ownership. Right. Been here. They said we had we had input into this whole program, and we really really need it so expedite. So we then set about doing two things number one completing recruitment of the faculty because I had to bring in over a dozen friends of mine from the US and the UK to assist with the teaching because there's they're really, although there's a very strong base of faculty qualified to teach typical general MBA that was not true in healthcare. So I enlisted some friends who effectively came pro Bono. I have to do the teaching and to work with local faculty to help develop them in their competence in their skills to teach healthcare management. So we're now down to four international faculty and the program is effectively taught by local faculty that were under the tutelage for awhile of our international faculty where we now we've had a total of five cohorts in the program the first to have graduated with nineteen and thirty four students respectively. Basically fifty plus fifty plus field now, that's right. And each class we target generally about thirty five students, and it's working and were we're surveying with the help of a group that's been funded by US aid were trying to survey impact to see what we can do. To make the next iteration better. And now there are some international finance organizations and foundations looking at what we're doing and are talking to me about funding what I'm calling the African Institute for healthcare management, which is basically designed to develop faculty research and teaching materials in the field. So that we can accelerate the the growth in and the expansion of these programs into other African countries. So which African countries next which sitting I'm looking and have had discussions with the Legos business school in Nigeria, and the reason is they actually have a relationship with Strathmore. So it's one of the paths of least resistance Ethiopia's health system is very strong, and they're amenable to it. Ghana is a very rapidly developing country as Zambia and of course, South Africa. And we have already alliance with to institutions in South Africa university of Cape Town and a university of that fodder strand. Chat saves coming the come. I'm coming. Career. You've had which we haven't mentioned that we don't even need to. I don't even like what's next. We'll do it. Yeah. Yeah. It's all about impact and not to aditorial is too much on your on your program. And while while I think international development agencies since the second World War have done an incredible job an poverty throughout the world has been incredibly alleviated. I think there's room for some more strut new strategies, and the the more we can reduce dependence on aid systems and do human resource capacity building the better off. We're all going to be and the more accelerated the growth and health of these populations is going to be at about developed. And this was something I started with the boot camp that we that. You're part of that we started here at bio the bio, entrepreneurship bootcamp. And in addition to the thirteen that a we've done here at bio, I've actually done forty one of them in fourteen countries, including the US over the pretty good at this. Yeah. They don't they don't deport me from do. So I guess that's a good sign. Good side. Yeah. But at this point now through all the boot camps that I've done we've had we'll just in just with bio we've not had about twelve hundred people go through those programs. So we're we're up. We're up around internationally is over three thousand people. That's a lot of entrepreneurs. Even though there's tens of thousands of companies it professionally training entrepreneurs to avoid making mistakes. I think as a level of efficiency to the industry that we really need. So well, Steve, thanks so much and could let you I know you'll come back and see us, right? Of course. Well, it was always a pleasure to be with you. Steve Sam it is an international educator in healthcare and life science management. More information about the NBA in healthcare management at Strathmore university in Nairobi Kenya can be found at S b s that Strathmore dot EDU detailed information on the current status of global health and global health care needs is available from the World Health Organization at W H, O dot org..
"strathmore" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions
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"strathmore" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"strathmore" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Our top local story at eleven thirty the San Bernardino sheriff's office says deputy who was shot this morning in Atlanta is out of surgery now and he's on his road to recovery. Sheriff McMahon says the deputy was shot during a gunbattle an apartment complex and was hit multiple times airlifted to a hospital. It was rushed into surgery immediately. He's now out of surgery, and I see you in critical but stable condition. Sheriff McMahon has two men from Los Angeles are now in custody. Deputies don't believe anyone else was involved. UCLA police are asking for the public's help and trying to find a sexual assault suspect. The reported attack happened last Thursday during a party an off campus fraternity on gaily near Strathmore police at this time or not identifying the specific fraternity because of the ongoing investigation. The victim is set to be a UCLA student. The suspect was last seen walking north on gaily eleven thirty one on KNX hate crimes in Los Angeles County are on the rise in virtually all categories and can extensively speed Demetrio report four she is live in downtown LA. Okay. We will try and get back to Pete momentarily. Stay with us. It's eleven thirty one on KNX luxury resort in Rancho Palos Verdes facing another lawsuit for a former worker who claimed she was sexually harassed in the salted on the job. KNX ten seventy s Margaret prayer live in Hollywood with that story during the one year she worked at Tirrenia resort. Jasmine Sanchez says she was subjected to sexually explicit and offensive text messages from security manager who'd been watching her on camera. I reported the offensive text messages to human resources manager at the Tirrenia. However, they just brush off my concerns at one point. She says this man, even cornered her and groped her a caused me a lot of anxiety a lot of depression, a lawsuit filed against the resort by another former contract worker has since been settled in a statement Tirrenia says it takes all staff comments and concerns very seriously. Adding that they have a zero tolerance policy toward harassment of any kind reporting live in Hollywood, Margaret corral, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio eleven thirty two. Now secretary of state, Mike palm. Peyot is advising the president to give the Saudis more time to complete an investigation into the alleged murder of Washington Post writer, Jamal kashogi. He talked with reporters after meeting with Mr. Trump at the White House. This morning spoke about the assurances he received from the Saudi Royal family. This report itself.
"strathmore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Years he has a running game now and, and, tight end who occasionally holds onto the, ball but if he has. Those three major receivers including Odell Beckham junior and it'll be there opening day that's the end of it if he has all his receivers. Healthy and will Hernandez, and. Nate solder do the job on the left side of the offense of line the bottom line is yes he ought to feel, young again and I'll, tell you what I think. Is game is really the long, ball because, under McIntosh what he was. Doing a lot of short passes, he's never been a good. Screen pass thrower even, coming, out of back He, can still throw the Longboard he gets, the time you've got these. Receivers including anger but go down to feel the points on the board shirt so you know there was somebody on your talks on the. Fan earlier host I don't. Have to mention regardless of your offensive line Eli still has happy feet makes bad throws I don't agree with that if you, put up last year's, giant line in front of. Tom Brady right I mean he can't stand, over five in the no No no the giants ought to be a lot better and and again Eli if the. Receivers, are, healthy and the offense of wine can actually block forum and Barclay lives up to all. The, hype, oh, no he'll be. Putting. Up, points are new season of the hit series ballers premium or Sunday at ten pm on. H. b. o. Dwayne. Johnson is back as Spencer Strathmore, and this season he's expanding is business empire to LA Russell. Brand joins the cast and rob cordray he returns as well watch baller Sundays. At ten pm only on HBO Peter calling from Peekskill Peter, hi Steve it's so nice to hear. You and the early evening. As opposed to in the morning well right Brian best after dark exactly, anyway. I just, wanna touch case and say that I predict Dallas is. Gonna, be, jerked around or agent will be fortunately there's no way that contract gets done this year. Giants, are, just, gonna unfortunately do. Something. To, mess things up even with this new regime in there It's a shame but that's my prediction what do you think about that well I mean, that could happen.
"strathmore" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The stakeholders and we did focus groups we also had to go through the approval process of strathmore university which is quite rigorous strathmore has extraordinarily high standards as an academic institution and the feedback we were getting was interesting because what i had designed was a program that was built on the traditional core of twelve mba courses and then i allow for half a dozen elective and major courses in health management and we were getting very consistent feedback that that really did not serve the needs and what they what everyone wanted to see was a curriculum that included healthcare content from day one even in the financial and managerial accounting course in the marketing course in human resources course so i have to go back and essentially redesigned the syllabus in right course descriptions for an eighteen course program and i you're a professor so you know that typically a a one you didn't do that over the weekend no no no it's not over the weekend and unlike the us where in most universities thirty six classroom hours constituted a ecorse i the requirement in kenya is forty five hours so that's a lot of content to fill we have to do that for eighteen courses and the country requires of all masters degree programs a dissertation which is a serious original research and that has to be completed before a degree can be conferred and as of two thousand eighteen those dissertations will have to be published in order to certify graduation so they've set a standard that i think relatively few american students can be yeah so they wanna be unwilling unwilling is the word but suffice it to say that the the standard and the expectations are very high we submitted the package for approval to the kenyan commission on higher education in january of two thousand thirteen so took a.
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"And in my view and i think many now agree that that is a failure of management when people cannot find professional satisfaction take care of patients the way they were trained to they're gonna look elsewhere so the solution develop academic programs and executive programs in order to professionalize management and that's what i've been working on one of the areas you've been working on is to do this in africa throughout africa first instance in nairobi tell us about what you did there that was quite interesting i in september of two thousand eleven i happen to be in nairobi on some other business and while there i was introduced to the founding dean of the business school of strathmore university which is a school that was an institution that was founded right around the time of kenyan independence in the early nineteen sixties and which formed the business school only ten eleven years ago now and the founding dean dr george jenga and i we hit it off and that a wide randy ranging conversation and i happened to mention to him that i was working in india with the indian school of business and the wharton school in developing the healthcare management then be a it became quite animated and said he'd been wanting to start up similar program in kenya for years but didn't know how to get started and asked if i would help him and.
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"I think as a level of efficiency to the industry that we really need so well steve thanks so much and could lead to you i know you'll come back and see us steve salmon is an international educator in healthcare and life science management more information about the mba in healthcare management at strathmore university in nairobi kenya can be found at s b s that strathmore dot edu detailed information on the current status of global health and global healthcare needs is available from the world health organization at w h o dot org when interventions in our health or called for we think of many things from physical therapy all the way to surgery but today tech nation health chief correspondent dr daniel craft gives us a new one which is actually a very old one it's electrician as medicine yeah it's an interesting not even so new of a field where we're thinking about delivering electricity as medicine it can be called by electric medicine actress sudha goals few buzzwords around it but if you think back into missouri medical history we've been doing forms of trickiest medicine since late nineteen fifties the pacemaker for the heart is classic form in the nineteen eighty s we got the cochlear implants for folks who are blind that's sort of a brain computer interface listens to sound and transmit electrical impulses we have spinal cord stimulators that we use to manage pain deep brain stimulators for folks who often have tremors all the way to now newer forms of nearest simulators for the vegas nerve to maybe impact everything from our our diet to are are are sort of ability to urinate sacral nerve stimulator so the field isn't so new but we're now seeing this convergence of the technology and the data and the hardware come together to able to think about using.
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"Says it will retaliate beijingbased economist t young jong wu just looking at the domestic politics it'll be showing the weakness to just let it go cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez and you're listening to wwe j newsradio nine fifty ww j news time is now ten thirty two detroit police chief james craig will be talking about the school threats this afternoon earlier this week craig said that police are doing everything possible to find those responsible for making the threats that won't do everything we can find those responsible we threat seriously we don't walk away from them we take him very susan it needs to end the chief will be speaking just after two o'clock this afternoon w w j will be there stay tuned for the latest and police are now on the scene of a school on the city's west side after receiving a call about two suspicious packages near that school wwe's my campbell joins us live and local from the scene might and there are still actively searching the grounds jackie right now the john king academic and performing arts academy it's at strathmore puritan called puritan and hubbell in the back of the school at mark twain and pilgrimage where i saw them pick up a couple of packages that they had the bomb squad here to check out and i'm also hearing that there may have been a shooting threat this is melody gut's she has an eighth and firstgrader here did the schools call you know but my daughter d h e institute called me she's sitting at text message i have in now that they got a bombed i mean shooting threat that somebody's coming up here to shoot the school love and she's scared she wants to come home i heard the i heard they had a shooting threat but they actually we're looking at a bomb two suspicious packages in the xactly and she said that also had two things going.
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"Thank you for joining us i'm roberta just say now tom jordan these are the top stories at nine fifty two want to bring you an update on a breaking story in detroit two suspicious packages found near a school that's been the target of a social media threat wwe j's mike campbell is on the scene let's go to him live mike and roberta the packages are outside of the school the police have the john r king academic performing arts academy on strathmore puritan locked down the area is blocked off there is a big police and fire department presence looks like the package are going to be at the strathmore and pilgrim street intersection that's where most of the activity is and the police have not made it official yet but the packages outside i'm told not in the school the kids they say are safe and they're just trying to identify what these packages are i just now see the guy in the bomb suit walking back so we'll have more information for coming up at ten talking to parents to guys in they're upset they have not received robocalls from district yet reporting live mike campbell w w j newsradio nine fifty stern on top of the mic inspirational than any others classmate christina simon wants students and families.
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"Wrong end of wrongful arrest and there is a wellestablished system that you then pay a bribe in the police let you go so pita who is a former prisoner who got law degree while in jail has set up crime isn't cool which is also known as a youth safety awareness initiative to try to train people young people about their legal rights new stays allen cossiga joint pita at a group of students from nairobi's strathmore university the whole other what's up three hundred be good up fuel it's a away you during this i'm a victim of injustice then what it means to suffer because of a broken no judicial system with human i mean that was in prison for eighteen has for climate he quit house on death row i studied the crimes he while initiative on death row and they so very many people come to prison for claims that committed old this critical that you know their rights when the police come to ask you what you think you into custody your you you tell him you see what's going on see something that's coach hr reds who tendered is a risk but you might be selling these young people will show up for this vicenza dream by telling them that they can actually argue with armed policemen above their rights i mean the public education the paul molitor overnights in the paul umeda the caught on volleys of guns all they have guns but we have a responsibility to him how and when to his guns you have the rights to normal why are you a few other sell us up.