Assistant/Associate/Full Professor – Department of Anesthesiology (63996)

first_imgThe University Of Florida Department of Anesthesiology seekscommitted physician faculty members for tenureAssistant/Associate/Full Professor and/or non-tenure track ClinicalAssistant/Associate/Full Professor ranks to teach and practice atUF Health Shands Hospital, Shands Children’s Hospital, and ShandsCancer Hospital at the University of Florida, a quaternary careteaching facility located in Gainesville, FL (including, Level ITrauma Center / High risk Ob / Comprehensive Stroke Center / Level4 NICU / Congenital Heart Center / Solid Organ Transplantation /Cancer Center). Subspecialty may determine division. Seekingfull-time physicians; part-time opportunities may be availablebased on the needs of the department.This position requires skills in clinical care, ABAcertification/eligibility, and credentials to obtain a State ofFlorida physician’s license. Abundant opportunities exist todevelop independent and collaborative research as well asinnovative education models. Department anesthesiologists practiceat UF Health hospitals in Gainesville, FL, at the University ofFlorida alongside 90 faculty anesthesiologists, 95 residents, 20fellows, and 88 CRNA/AAs.University employment benefit eligibility includes 403(b) plan, 457plan, individual and family health insurance, own occ disabilityinsurance, domestic partner benefits, sovereign immunitymalpractice status, Baby Gator childcare available on-site, andothers. Gainesville is a vibrant, sun drenched, university citywith a low cost of living, Division I NCAA sports, and no stateincome tax.This position requires a M.D. or equivalent, skills in clinicalcare, research, and/or education, ABA certification/eligibility,and credentials to obtain a State of Florida physician’slicense.Applicants should include a curriculum vitae. Applicants may attachoptional cover letter and three letters of recommendation or a listof three references to be considered.The Search Committee will accept applications until the position isfilled. Applications will be reviewed starting as soon as possibleafter the posting date.Selected candidate will be required to provide three letters ofrecommendation and an official transcript to the hiring departmentupon hire. A transcript will not be considered “official” if adesignation of “Issued to Student” is visible. Degrees earned froman education institution outside of the United States are requiredto be evaluated by a professional credentialing service providerapproval by National Association of Credential Evaluation Services(NACES), which can be found at http://naces.org/ .If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for thisposition, please call 352-392-2477 or the Florida Relay System at800-955-8771 (TDD). Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to workin the US. Searches are conducted in accordance with Florida’sSunshine Law.This requisition will be used to fill multiple positions.#category=35The University of Florida is committed to non-discrimination withrespect to race, creed, color, religion, age, disability, sex,sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status,national origin, political opinions or affiliations, geneticinformation and veteran status in all aspects of employmentincluding recruitment, hiring, promotions, transfers, discipline,terminations, wage and salary administration, benefits, andtraining.last_img read more

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Government to allow public transportation to operate, but still bans ‘mudik’

first_imgThe ministerial regulation indeed sets out several exceptions, in which the transportation of supplies, medicines and medical equipment, as well as fire trucks, ambulances and hearses are still allowed to travel. Operational vehicles for specific missions, such as the repatriation flights and for transporting high-ranking officials, COVID-19 task force officials, government officials, the Indonesian Army and the National Police are also allowed to travel. However, exemptions for businesspeople or others with “essential urgencies” are not stipulated in the regulation.Read also: Most Indonesians concerned about overcapacity at health facilities during pandemic: Survey“Official like you [lawmakers] have the right to travel. Our ministerial colleagues in Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Papua and Sumatra are allowed to travel if they have to do their jobs, but not for mudik,” Budi said.   “I myself cannot go to Palembang in South Sumatra for mudik, but I can go to Palembang to check the LRT there.“People with specific needs, such as those who have sick parents or those whose children will get married will be allowed to travel. There are also 10,000 seasonal workers in Jakarta to whom we can give recommendation letters [for traveling].” Transportation Minister Budi Karya Sumadi said on Wednesday that it was possible for the government to allow all means of public transportation to start operations on Thursday to accommodate particular individuals while insisting on banning this year’s Idul Fitri mudik (exodus).His ministry, he added, would issue a circular letter as a derivative regulation of the currently issued Transportation Ministerial Regulation No. 25/2020, which restricts all forms of passenger travel as part of the mudik ban, as the government scrambles to contain COVID-19.“The point [of the letter] is to further describe [what’s allowed and what’s not allowed in the ban] and not to relax the regulation,” he said during a hearing with the House of Representatives Commission VI overseeing transportation, among other things, on Wednesday.  “It means that it is possible to allow all types of transportation to operate again with one condition: They must comply with health protocols,” Budi added.Read also: Explainer: What’s allowed and what’s not in Indonesia’s ‘mudik’ banThe ministerial regulation restricts all passenger travel in and out of COVID-19 red zones, areas that implement large scale social restrictions (PSBB) and agglomeration areas, such as Greater Jakarta and Greater Bandung in West Java, during the period of April 24 to 31. The ban applies to all domestic travel using private cars and motorcycles and public transportation. Budi Karya, who got back to work earlier this month after contracting COVID-19, said state officials and lawmakers on duty and businesspeople with “essential urgencies” would be allowed to travel. Another group of people with “specific urgencies” that require them to travel somewhere, except for mudik, would also be cleared to travel. center_img Topics :last_img read more

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Pre-war time capsule home sells for millions in sought-after Brisbane suburb

first_imgThe property is in an ideal location, just 2km from the CBD.“All of a sudden, two other parties also submitted offers, so we had three contracts on the one day.“The end buyer had the best terms and conditions, so we went with them — it was a really good outcome.” The adjoining property at 22 Abbott St, New Farm.According to property researcher CoreLogic, the sale of 5-7 Mark St was the top sale in Queensland in the past week.New Farm is a high demand suburb with a median house price of $1.7 million. This property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, has sold for $2.35m.Selling agent Peter Hutton of Hutton & Hutton Real Estate said the four-bedroom, two-bathroom property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, had generated a lot of interest and attracted three offers.But he admitted many prospective buyers found it hard to envisage what to do with the property, given its pre-demolition status and the fact it had a brick wall down the middle of the house. IS THIS BRISBANE’S BEST RENO? This property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, has sold for $2.35m.Mr Hutton said the buyer had been looking for a place to call home in New Farm for a long time.The vendors of 5-7 Mark St also recently sold the adjoining, century-old property at 22 Abbott Street for $3.36 million at auction to a local family who plan to renovate. This pre-war property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, has sold for $2.35m.A 1940s time capsule in the heart of one of Brisbane’s most popular suburbs has sold for $2.35 million.The unrenovated, pre-war duplex had been held by three siblings for the past 45 years before selling to a local family, who plan to turn it into their ‘forever home’. GET THE LATEST REAL ESTATE NEWS DIRECT TO YOUR INBOX HERE The back of the property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm.That was until the lucky buyer brought an architect along with them one day.“The architect gave them the level of confidence they needed and they submitted an offer,” Mr Hutton said. This property at 5-7 Mark St, New Farm, has sold for $2.35m.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago“It was purpose-built as a duplex, so basically two apartments side-by-side with a brick wall down the middle,” Mr Hutton said.“For most buyers that was a hard intersection of pre-war and not being a typical colonial, so most buyers couldn’t kick in their imagination to work out what to do with it.” ANDREW WINTER’S PROPERTY SHUFFLE last_img read more

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‘Bayanihan sa Campo’ helps over 1K families

first_imgAccording to Pamuspusan, “Bayanihan sa Campo Delgado kada Sabado” also helps economically small farmers and livestock raisers because the PRO-6 directly purchases from them the items being given to the program’s beneficiaries. “I thank all the PRO-6 personnel for their commitment to help our countrymen beyond our mandated task. We are not only healing as one. We are becoming stronger. Together, we survive as one,” said Pamuspusan./PN The beneficiaries are screened by the PRO-6’s Regional Community Affairs Division in coordination with barangay officials. They are given farm products, fruits, pork, live chicken, eggs, molo balls, and vegetables, among others, every Saturday in Camp Delgdo, the headquarters of the PRO-6. It is a food distribution program led by Police Brigadier General Rene Pamuspusan, regional police director. The target beneficiaries are the “poorest of the poor” families, some of whom live in barangays surrounding the PRO-6. ILOILO City – The Police Regional Office 6’s (PRO-6) “Bayanihan sa Campo Delgado kada Sabado” has so far helped 1,010 families displaced economically by the ongoing community quarantine due to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.last_img read more

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