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One of the two day cares receiving corrective measures within the Herald’s eight-county coverage range in the state included no information aside from "one suspension in Ramsey County.H. Naidu is among the most experienced leaders in the BJP, in the 2017 vice-presidential polls. Uruguay and Brazil have been forced to flee their homes as the region’s worst flooding in 50 years showed no signs of abating over the weekend. which flows through the country’s capital Asunción, president of Wellesley College in Massachusetts and co-chair of the committee that wrote the report.“I think the board just made a big step backward, It’s so preposterous, But it’s precisely the opposite that happens.
S. it’s mostly doctors themselves Both states have medical review boards with a majority of practicing doctors from varying specializations and a small civilian section The medical boards are independent government organizations solely charged with reviewing complaints and dishing out punishments or revoking licenses if necessaryDoctors are punished for an eclectic collection of wrongdoing: insurance issues; failing to maintain records; poor billing practices; malpractice; improper prescription practices; personal criminal activity; substance abuse; and sexual relations with clientsMinnesota has 23642 licensed doctors and surgeons 17903 of whom reside in the North Star State In the past five years just 168 have received some form of discipline from the board From 2012 to July 2017 61 Minnesota doctors have had their licenses suspended; 18 have surrendered their licenses or had them revoked according to data from the Minnesota Board of Medical PracticeThere are 4022 actively licensed physicians in the state of North Dakota 78 of whom have been disciplined by the board of medicine In the past five years 15 physicians have been indefinitely suspended and 20 more suspensions have been stayed according to the North Dakota Board of MedicineNorth Dakota has received 81 complaints so far in 2017 78 against physicians and three against physicians assistants according to the board of medicine Devils Lake has 17 actively licensed physicians two of whom have been disciplined by the medical board at some point Both currently have licenses in good standing None of Grafton’s five active doctors have been disciplinedThe North Dakota board meets three times a year in March July and November The board has 13 members: nine medical doctors two doctors of osteopathy one physician assistant and two members of the publicThe Minnesota board has 16 members: 11 physicians and five members of the public The board meets six times each year in January March May July September and NovemberArea casesSeven doctors actively licensed to practice medicine in Grand Forks have been disciplined by the board records showTwo were not properly monitoring prescriptions for opioid drugs such as OxyContin and oxycodone Two were punished for alcoholism one of whom has been reinstated and another Dr Gerardo Lantoria signed a non-practice agreement on Aug 10One doctor former UND chairman of Family and Community Medicine Dr Robert William Beattie lost his license to practice medicine in Minnesota and North Dakota after being convicted of child porn possessionDr Thomas Lohstreter of Hallock Minn was reprimanded by the Minnesota board in 2013 for improper prescribing practices the only northern Red River Valley doctor besides Beattie punished in Minnesota in the past five yearsOpioid abuse has swept across the US and the Grand Forks region in the past five years leading many medical boards to re-evaluate best practice procedures when it comes to prescribing opioid medicationsA Herald review found of the 168 physicians who were disciplined by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice since 2012 29 were cited for improper prescribing practices Doctors typically received a reprimand and many were required to read a model policy for pain by the Federation of State Medical Boards and a book on responsible opioid prescribingIn 2014 Grand Forks doctor and part-time UND School of Medicine instructor Charles Christianson was reprimanded by the board after an investigative complaint ruled that on at least eight occasions between 2008 and 2011 he overprescribed opioidsOne patient was allowed to obtain 400 extra Endocet tablets and more than 400 extra OxyContin tablets because Christianson failed to adequately monitor the number of early refills he prescribed to the patient between March and June 2009 according to a report from a investigative panel from the state boardChristianson signed documents admitting to the findings and received a one-year ban from prescribing prescription drugs with a high potential for addiction and abuseReached by the Herald Christianson said he stands by the decisions he made in his family health practice"I felt I could explain it the board did not think that" he saidThe board felt he over-prescribed patients but Christianson believes he was following standards of care at the time"There’s been a huge change in how we look at this" he saidIn the 1990s and 2000s he said physicians were trained to aggressively treat chronic pain and opioid medications were a recognized form of that treatment Many patients in Grand Forks suffer from chronic pain he said adding he looked closely at standards of care for such patients"For 20 years we were told we needed to be diagnosing and treating more and that would include in selected circumstances using opioids" he said "As you know that led to a huge unanticipated problem"Now retired apart from occasional instruction at UND Christianson said he and the board disagreed on his work His license is now in good standingAnother Grand Forks doctor internal medicine specialist William Zaks was also issued a one-year prohibition from prescribing opioids after the board found he failed to properly monitor prescriptions for two patients in 2011 and 2012 His license is now in good standingIn November 2016 Grand Forks gynecologist Laura K Andreson received a two-year stay from having her license suspended for one year by a Board of Medicine investigative panel which found from June to September 2013 she saw a patient for pelvic pain three times and did not order a Pap test which resulted in an unnecessary delay in a cervical cancer diagnosisShe was ordered to complete a Physician Competency Assessment and was ordered to pay legal fees for the board of medicineAndreson and Zaks work for the Altru Health System which declined to comment when reached by the Herald Altru added that for both doctors it is their only instance of disciplineWhile most Americans trust and appreciate their medical care any resident of Minnesota or North Dakota who feels they received poor care can submit a complaint to their respective medical boards at any time that will be reviewed"We receive complaints and then we evaluate each complaint based on our current rule structures" North Dakota Board of Medicine executive secretary Bonnie Storbakken saidAs youve probably noticed the 2018 World Cup got underway the other day in Russia and the excitement hasnt let up since then In fact this Saturday provides football fans with an opportunity to do literally nothing else all day The opening Saturday of the month-long festival of football brings us four games back-to-back making for a full 11 hours of the greatest game in the world The second game of this feast saw plucky minnows Iceland take on the team with arguably the worlds best player – Lionel Messis Argentina (although Cristiano Ronaldo might have something to say about that) Messi saw a penalty saved and fluffed a late opportunity to better his GOAT rival Ronaldos free kick heroics from the previous evening as Alfreð Finnbogasons 23rd minute strike cancelled out Sergio Agüeros opener earning Iceland a valuable point from the 1-1 drawIceland have qualified for the past two major tournaments despite being the smallest nation in contention and having a population of about 330000 They won a lot of peoples hearts at Euro 2016 after about 10 percent of their entire population emptied out to France for a party One of the things that people love so much about the Icelandic fans is their famous Viking thunderclap You know the one where they all clap really slowly and chant in perfect unison: However the Icelandic fans might not have the first claim to have invented that particular piece of fan choreography That honour is actually contested between a few sets of fans Motherwell is a small town in Lanarkshire Scotland and they – like Iceland – have a proud footballing tradition Way back in 2014 they played a Europa League qualifier against Icelandic side Stjarnan While only 22 away fans attended the leg in Lanarkshire and a couple of hundred Scottish fans made the journey to Iceland it seems as if the Stjarnan fans fell in love with the Motherwell tradition of slow-clapping into their club anthem Since I Was Young Motherwell fans representative Dave Wardrope told the Guardian in 2016: "Its been popular here for a few years but Im not sure quite when it started "No one is certain but we dont think our fans took it from another clubs supporters They made it up themselves" Well there is certainly footage of it back in 2013 – way before the Icelandic fans were into it Hang on though because the Steelmen arent the only fans who have been slow clapping since way back when In fact fans of Middlesbrough and Lens have unearthed footage of their own supporters doing the Viking clap back before 2016 Lens reckon their fans have been doing it for nearly 20 years Still with Motherwell Lens and Middlesbrough unlikely to ever feature at a World Cup on the international stage Iceland definitely do it best Featured Image Credit: PA Facing concerns from privacy advocates and users alike the company behind the massively popular new smartphone game Pokémon Go responded to claims that the app captures far more user data than it actually needs “Pokémon Go only accesses basic Google profile information (specifically your User ID and email address) and no other Google account information is or has been accessed or collected” reads a statement from Niantic which developed the game Niantic added that Google will soon change the app so that it only asks for permission to view users’ basic profile data The change will take effect automatically The company’s statement follows a widely-shared blog post from security professional Adam Reeve regarding Pokémon Go’s privacy permissions Reeve claimed that the company gains a great deal of access to users’ Google accounts including the ability to view users’ Gmail messages when they use their Google credentials to log into Pokémon Go (Players have the option of logging in to Go through Google or through a Pokemoncom account) Reeve’s post set off a firestorm of criticism over the practice An increasing number of apps are using Google and Facebook accounts as login methods potentially exposing users to security vulnerabilities and privacy violations (A popular Facebook app was recently revealed to have a great deal of access to millions of users’ information) Some observers however said Reeve’s claims were overblown Either way Niantic’s statement should put at least some of the privacy concerns over this hot new game to rest Niantic was spun-off from Google in 2015 with Nintendo taking partial ownership around the same time Contact us at [email protected] presidential candidates Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum defended their decision to attend a Donald Trump rally held at the same time as the GOP debate Thursday During an undercard debate held before the main event Santorum argued it was his best chance to get media coverage and noted the event is designed as a veterans benefit “I’m not going to attack Donald Trump What I’m Mike Huckabee and I were asked to come to an event where money was going to be raise to do help our veterans You know I thought about it” the former Pennsylvania Senator said “And I thought about I said well wait a minute now if there were no political considerations and I had some time because I’m not doing anything at 9 tonight” Politics Newsletter Sign up to receive the day’s top political stories View Sample Sign Up Now Huckabee who was not asked about the event had a similar response earlier in the day “I’m delighted to join with Donald Trump in an effort to salute veterans” the former Arkansas Governor told CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer “I didn’t have anything going on at 8 tonight I’ll be done so I figured ‘Why not Let’s show the veterans our support’” Huckabee and Santorum who won the Iowa caucuses in 2008 and 2012 respectively are both polling at 2% or less in the state according to a polling average from RealClearPolitics Both have seen their base of support of Evangelical Christians in the state instead go to front-runner Trump and his chief rival Texas Sen Ted Cruz In his first appearance at a Republican debate former Virginia Gov Jim Gilmore harshly criticized Huckabee and Santorum for attending the rally which Trump announced after complaining that Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly is biased against him “I’m the only veteran Bill and Martha in this race” said Gilmore a former counterintelligence agent with the US Army “And I’m not going to any Donald Trump event over across town on some sort of faux veteran sort of issue” He returned to the point later in the debate “I’m not about to go across town tonight to carry the coat for some billionaire” he said Contact us at [email protected] Eighty-four percent of Americans rate nurses as highly ethical; 67 percent say the same of pharmacists; and 65 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