GPs who do not provide contraceptive services must advise young people seeking those services of colleagues whom they could consult. It is acceptable for another GP to offer contraceptive advice and treatment to a competent young person in such circumstances. It must, however, be explained to the patient that it is in her medical interests for her GP to be informed if contraception has been prescribed and of any medical condition discovered, which requires investigation or treatment. This is particularly important if the patient is at the same time under the active clinical care of her own GP or that of another doctor. Providing that young people trust that their confidentiality will be respected by their GP and the Primary Care Team, they are unlikely to refuse a request that information be passed to their usual doctor.
If you have tenancy disputes then seek legal advice – Newcastle City Council has Legal Services which includes a Tenancy Relations element which is responsible for investigating alleged offences under the Protection from Eviction Act and other housing legislation. If Newcastle City Council has received a complaint they will contact a landlord and ask them to desist from the action that has caused the complaint. The officers will also attempt to resolve the issues of dispute without formal action. However, if a landlord does not wish to follow any guidance given to them, they will be referred to a
Effective September 1, 2009, Indiana Medicaid ceased generating paper copies of Medicaid Provider Remittance Advice (RA) statements (explanations of Medicaid claims activity and reimbursements). RA statements are now available in electronic format only and can be accessed at the Indiana Health Coverage Program (IHCP) secure Web site via “Web interChange.” Please note that electronic Remittance Advice statements are maintained on Web interChange for a period of four weeks only. A per page charge is imposed for copies of RA statements older than 4 weeks/no longer available on Web interChange. Indiana Health Coverage Programs recommends saving copies of RA statements in Adobe PDF format to personal storage devices for future reference. View bannerfor more information by clicking on the “News, Bulletins and Banners” tab at “Bulletins” then “View Bulletins,” and enter BR200912 in the Keyword or Bulletin # Search.
The resources included in this list were identified as the CDC’s Healthy Communities Program developed the CHANGE tool and have been used by other communities in their assessment and evaluation activities. CDC does not endorse one resource over another. This is not an exhaustive list; if you have other resources that may assist in your work please use them instead of, or in addition to, the ones listed here.
This toolkit assists staff and consultants of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in conceptualizing and designing gender-responsive projects in the energy sector. It guides users in key questions to be asked and data to be collected during project preparation. It also offers a menu of entry points in designing project outputs, activities, inputs, indicators, and targets that integrate key gender issues identified during the gender analysis. The toolkit is broken down into key subsectors of ADB’s energy sector investments—transmission and distribution, rural electrification, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. Case studies from ADB energy projects have been included to illustrate good practices in mainstreaming gender in energy sector.
would meet specific instructional and curriculum objectives. To complete the assignment, the participants were required to describe the target content of their choice, instructional strategy, technological tool, and a brief description of learning sequences. The latter aimed to reveal the participants’ ability to fit science content, technology, and pedagogy together in a logical sequence of events. The participants’ assignments were evaluated, by the research and two Ph.D. (Ed.) students, according to TIAR. The participants’ plans were rated in the four criteria from strongly aligned (a rating of 4) to not aligned (a rating of 1). Finally, focus group interviews were conducted at the end of the second day, when the all assignments and learning events had been completed. For each interview session, the participants were organized into 3-4 groups (each group consisted of 4-5 members). The interviews were conducted to understand the participants’ learning experiences and opinions of their assigned tasks, and their views of their understanding of the dynamic interrelationship between pedagogy, technology, and content matter. The interviews explored the participants’ opinions on how aspects of the implementation of the EIM strategies impacted their development of TPACK. As well, during the interviews, the participants were asked to bring some insights into their performances and on the part(s) of the strategies that influenced their learning the most, as well as their understanding of the competencies that are deemed necessary for technology integration. Appendix D contains the interviews questions.
The toolkit outlines activities for the leadership levels of executive, middle manager, supervisor, or caseworker. However, individuals and agencies should use discretion regarding the appropriate leadership level. Many contextual factors affect whether the transfer activities are appropriate for a certain level or another. Also, individuals may complete some of the activities alone, whereas they may need to partner with one or more colleagues for other activities.
It is not possible to provide an exhaustive list of specialist retail advisory and regulatory bodies, however an internet search for your relevant stream of business will provide a good starting point. Most local government councils should also be able to provide advice about Chambers of Commerce or Retail Traders Associations operating within your city council area. For information and advice about training programs available to business operators and employees, contact the Department of Education & Training Referral Service on 1800 809 834 or visit www.tafe.vic.gov.au. A range of Certificate, Diploma and short courses are available from other industry registered and non-registered training providers.
There are a number of software tools to construct and analyse large phylogenies using supertree methods (see  for a comprehensive list). However, there is a lack of software available for processing data ready for analysis, as most existing software concentrates on construction or analysis of phylogenies. Given the importance of robust data in supertree construction [2,9], it is important that tools are created to implement processing protocols. However, in order to implement processing protocols meta-data is required in addition to the phylogenetic information. The STK encourages the storage of meta- data and the use of robust protocols for processing data ready for supertree construction. Without a software tool like the STK it is impossible to construct large phyloge- nies with thousands of taxa following rigorous, robust protocols. We envision the STK to be used as a "process- ing-pipeline" where data is fed from one script into another, carrying out each step of the protocols as required or desired (figure 2).
Abstract. We present the prototype of an open source data transfer toolkit. It provides an easy to use ‘drag-and-drop’ web interface for users to transfer files between institutions that do not have a grid infrastructure in place. The underlying technology leverages standard grid technologies. e.g. automatic generation of X.509 certificates, but remains completely hidden from the user.
The Xilinx Platform Studio (XPS) is that the development atmosphere or user interface used for planning the hardware portion of your embedded processor system. B. Embedded Development Kit Xilinx Embedded Development Kit (EDK) is associate integrated software system tool suite for developing embedded systems with Xilinx MicroBlaze and PowerPC CPUs. EDK includes a spread of tools associated applications to help the designer to develop associate embedded system right from the hardware creation to final implementation of the system on an FPGA. System style consists of the creation of the hardware and software system parts of the embedded processor system and also the creation of a verification element is elective. A typical embedded system style project involves: hardware platform creation, hardware platform verification (simulation), software system platform creation, software system application creation, and software system verification. Base System Builder is that the wizard that's wont to mechanically generate a hardware platform in keeping with the user specifications that's defmed by the MHS (Microprocessor Hardware Specification) file. The MHS file defines the system design, peripherals and embedded processors]. The Platform Generation tool creates the hardware platform mistreatment the MHS file as input. The software system platform is defmed by MSS (Microprocessor software system Specification) file that defines driver and library customization parameters for peripherals, processor customization parameters, customary one hundred ten devices, interrupt handler routines, and different software system connected routines. The MSS file is associate input to the Library Generator tool for personalisation of drivers, libraries and interrupts handlers.
Application forms are available at local Department of Social Services (see the contact list in this ToolKit). You must be given or mailed an application form the first time you ask for it. All applications must be screened by the eligibility worker the day they are submitted to see if you are eligible for “expedited Food Stamps”. You can file your application on the day you get it, but may need to wait to do a full eligibility interview. You can request to be interviewed by phone. Even if you don't fill out the entire application form right away, you can file your application as long as the form has your name, address, and signature. If you don't have an address, you are still entitled to apply. It is important to file your application as soon as possible because once your application is approved you will receive benefits from the date you submitted the form. For your eligibility interview, bring proof of identity for all household members; housing and childcare expenses; income sources and amounts; citizenship status; and information about any child support payments you receive. After the interview, you will be notified in writing of your acceptance or denial for SNAP/Food Stamp benefits.
In using the term data visualization we are referring to the graphical representation of information, data or concepts. The examples of data visualization outlined in this paper are all interactive. Information visualization has been identified as a transformational tool to support creativity . In this paper we describe how it is used to support the creativity of participants in design workshops. The data visualizations we use must reflect the collaborative, relaxed setting we try to foster workshops. In this respect, the work of Wattenberg and Kriss  exploring social data analysis, and in particular their discussion of expressive spectator interfaces is influential. So too are Pousman, Stasko and Mateas  who introduce us to casual information visualization. The distinctions they draw between four different types of insight are particularly helpful.
The GSFC, in cooperation with OIIT, proposed a “GSFC Auditing ToolKit” to be used for GSFC Auditing purposes. In the past, the GSFC has traveled to institutions to collect all data needed for auditing purposes. However, it was determined that an auditing ToolKit would be beneficial, in order for campuses to extract the data from Banner to send to the GSFC prior to their actual audit. All other necessary Banner data will be reviewed during on-campus visits. NOTE: No files are to be sent to the GSFC, unless your institution receives an official request by the GSFC, with a list of students to be audited (prior to your actual audit).