Confesercenti Partner http://confesercentipartner.com/ Fri, 20 May 2022 21:54:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 http://confesercentipartner.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/confesercenti-partner-icon-150x150.png Confesercenti Partner http://confesercentipartner.com/ 32 32 Group of Health Experts Hosts Workshops for Pvt Hospitals | Kolkata News http://confesercentipartner.com/group-of-health-experts-hosts-workshops-for-pvt-hospitals-kolkata-news/ Fri, 20 May 2022 21:54:00 +0000 http://confesercentipartner.com/group-of-health-experts-hosts-workshops-for-pvt-hospitals-kolkata-news/ Calcutta: In an effort to reduce the number of complaints against private hospitals, the West Bengal Clinical Institutions Regulatory Commission (WBCERC) has held a series of workshops with private health units starting from the first week of July .
The health panel identified five problem areas, which the commission says can make a difference in reducing patient grievances. Five hospitals have been selected as the venue for the workshop where other hospitals will send their representatives.
“In assessing the many complaints, we identified five critical areas. We want to hold a workshop with private hospitals on these issues,” said WBCERC Chairman Ashim Kumar Banerjee.
The issues the commission focused on are the patient’s first interface with the hospital, admission and discharge, billing, infection control mechanism and intensive care management.
On Friday, the health commission met with five hospitals – Tata Medical Center, RN Tagore International Institute of Cardiac Sciences, CMRI, Belle Vue and Apollo – where the workshops will be held. Each of the five hospitals was assigned responsibility for one of the five issues. Representatives of about 60 private hospitals with 100 or more beds are expected to attend.
The workshop begins on July 6 at Tata Medical Center and ends on August 4 at Apollo. A grassroots committee will work on the substance of the workshop. The commission will also visit Siliguri, Darjeeling and Kalimpong next week. ]]>
Roivant will present at upcoming investor conferences http://confesercentipartner.com/roivant-will-present-at-upcoming-investor-conferences/ Thu, 19 May 2022 20:30:00 +0000 http://confesercentipartner.com/roivant-will-present-at-upcoming-investor-conferences/

BASEL, Switzerland and LONDON and NEW YORK and BOSTON, May 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Roivant Sciences (Nasdaq: ROIV) will participate in four upcoming healthcare investor conferences:

  • UBS Global Healthcare Conference in New York on Monday, May 23 at 9:15 a.m. EDT. CEO Matt Gline will present.
  • HC Wainwright Global Investment Conference in Miami on Tuesday, May 24 at 8:30 a.m. EDT. Chief Financial Officer Richard Pulik will participate in a fireside chat.
  • Jefferies Healthcare Conference in New York on Wednesday, June 8 at 2 p.m. EDT. CEO Matt Gline will participate in a fireside chat.
  • Goldman Sachs Global Healthcare Conference in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA on Tuesday, June 14 at 8:40 a.m. PDT / 11:40 a.m. EDT. Chief Financial Officer Richard Pulik and Chairman and Chief Investment Officer Mayukh Sukhatme will join in a fireside chat.

A live webcast of each presentation and fireside chat will be available under “Events and Presentations” in the Investors section of Roivant’s website at https://investor.roivant.com/news-events/events, and archived recordings will be available after each presentation.

About Roivant Sciences
Roivant’s mission is to improve the delivery of healthcare to patients by treating every inefficiency as an opportunity. Roivant develops transformative medicines faster by creatively building technologies and developing talent, leveraging the Roivant platform to launch “Vants”, agile and focused biopharmaceutical and health technology companies. For more information, visit www.roivant.com.

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]]> Learn the Latest on Aquatic Invasive Species: State Experts to Host Free Seminar at Detroit Lakes – Detroit Lakes Tribune http://confesercentipartner.com/learn-the-latest-on-aquatic-invasive-species-state-experts-to-host-free-seminar-at-detroit-lakes-detroit-lakes-tribune/ Thu, 19 May 2022 12:00:00 +0000 http://confesercentipartner.com/learn-the-latest-on-aquatic-invasive-species-state-experts-to-host-free-seminar-at-detroit-lakes-detroit-lakes-tribune/

DETROIT LAKES — Zebra mussels, starry milkweed, flowering rush… These and other aquatic invasive species have been slowly infiltrating northern Minnesota lakes since the 1800s, but infestation rates are on the rise .

It is precisely for this reason that the University of Minnesota established its Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Center (MAISRC) in 2012.

Zebra mussels began showing up in area lakes over a decade ago and continue to be a problem today.

Contribution / Pelican River Watershed District

According to information on its website, the center “has become a respected partner and national leader in the fight against aquatic invasive species.” It is “dedicated to combating the spread and impact of aquatic invasive species on Minnesota’s beloved lakes and rivers.”

Four years ago, in 2018, MAISRC experts came to Detroit Lakes to update area lake associations and other water quality-focused organizations on all of their latest research findings. The event was so well attended and received that they keep coming back.

“We were going to have (a similar event) in 2020, but then everything was closed (due to COVID-19),” said Brenda Moses, senior coordinator for the Pelican River Watershed District office in Detroit Lakes, who is co- hosting the event with the Coalitions of Lake Associations (COLAs) of Becker, Otter Tail and Hubbard Counties, and the Becker Soil and Water Conservation District.

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The beauty of the flowering rush is deceptive. The invasive plant poses a serious threat to Minnesota waters.

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It took a few years to get to the point where all the partners involved were ready to come together again in a large group, she noted, adding, “Last time around 125 people came,” and they hope a similar contribution.

The 2022 Aquatic Invasive Species Research Update is scheduled for Thursday, June 9 on the Minnesota State Community and Technical College (M State) campus in Detroit Lakes from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event is free and open to the public, but pre-registration by June 3 is requested, “for planning purposes,” Moïse said, as there will be lunch served to attendees.

One of the biggest concerns of local lake associations is the aquatic invasive species known as Milk-vetch. Although it hasn’t appeared in Becker County yet, Moses noted, it was found close enough for alarm bells to start ringing.

“We are concerned that if the starry stonewort enters (the lakes in the region), it will spread like crazy,” she added. “No one has yet found a good solution to handle this one, at all.”

Zebra mussels are another major problem that has happened to some local lakes before, Moses said; the June 9 event will include updates on research on all of these species, as well as others that may become of concern.

“We’ll also talk about some of the successes,” she added, such as the bloom rush, which was a major problem on Lake Detroit in 2010. While the invasive plant has all but disappeared from the local water body , it’s because of ongoing management efforts, Moses said.

What: Minnesota Aquatic Invasive Species Research Update
When: Thursday, June 9, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Or: M State, Detroit Lakes Campus
How: Pre-registration is required. Register online at prwd.org (a QR code can be scanned) or call 218-846-0436.

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Inspire employees and foster a culture of trust Will http://confesercentipartner.com/inspire-employees-and-foster-a-culture-of-trust-will/ Wed, 18 May 2022 18:42:10 +0000 http://confesercentipartner.com/inspire-employees-and-foster-a-culture-of-trust-will/

This superior in-person event will also include a special presentation by a distinguished author Don Tapscott on the “trivergence” of AI, blockchain and the Internet of Things and its impact on innovation

WESTPORT, Conn., May 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — HMG Strategy, the world’s #1 digital platform for technology leaders to reinvent business and reshape the business world, is thrilled to host its summit 2022 on CIO Executive Leadership in Toronto on June 1. HMG Strategy’s highly interactive events bring together the world’s most distinguished and innovative technology and security leaders to discuss the most pressing challenges and opportunities in leadership, innovation, strategy, culture, technology and career paths they face today – and in the future.

This highly engaging in-person event, taking place at Glen Abbey Golf Club in Oakville, Ontario, will bring together the Greater Toronto Area’s top technology executives and industry experts who will share bold and authentic leadership approaches. they have taken to inspire employees, foster a culture of trust and drive the business forward. This event will also include a special presentation by critically acclaimed author Don Tapscottwho will share how the “trivergence” of AI, blockchain and the Internet of Things is transforming everything from financial services to global supply chains.

Macroeconomic megatrends such as rising interest rates, supply chain challenges, the war in Ukraine, the Great Resignation and the global energy crisis have a significant impact on team members’ strategic planning. management,” said Hunter Muller, president. and CEO of HMG Strategy. “This has created an incredible opportunity for technology executives to lead boldly and authentically across the C-suite, across the line of business and into the boardroom to help the business achieve its goals.”

World-class technology and industry leaders speaking at the Toronto 2022 CIO Executive Leadership Summit will include:

  • mike andersonChief Digital and Information Officer, Netskope
  • Renee ArringtonPresident, Chief Operating Officer and Director, Pearson Partners International, Inc.
  • Brian ChanCxO Advisory Leader, BlueQuartz Group
  • roman cobaVice President of Technology and Chief Information Officer, Federated Co-operatives Ltd.
  • Stephen MR CoveyGlobal authority on trust, leadership and culture, The FranklinCovey Global Speed ​​of Trust Practice
  • Ben DraperManaging Director, CloudFusion Consulting Inc.
  • wayne hongDSI, Fundserv
  • Kyoko KobayashiManaging Partner, CIOs Beyond Borders Group
  • Kin Lee YowCIO, CAA Club Group
  • Caroline LevyGroup President, Randstad Technologies Group, Randstad Canada
  • Peyman ParsiCTO, White Labs
  • Yasemin SezerExecutive Director, CAPCO
  • jamal shahManaging Partner, Causal Effects, Inc.
  • Don TapscottCo-Founder and Executive Chairman, Blockchain Research Institute

Valuable partners of the 2022 Toronto CIO Executive Leadership Summit include 8×8, Akamai, Automation Anywhere, BetterCloud, CIO Association of Canada, Darktrace, Fortinet, Globant, Moveworks, Netskope, Nutanix, OpenText, OutSystems, Palo Alto Networks, RingCentral, SafeGuard Cyber, SentinelOne, SIM Toronto, Strata, Tonkean, Upwork, Zoom, and Zscaler.

To learn more about the 2022 Toronto CIO Executive Leadership Summit and to register for the event, click here.

HMG Strategy will also host its 2022 Financial Services CIO Executive Leadership Summit on June 9 at the Harvard Club in New York. This personalized in-person event will bring together the world’s elite of technology leaders and financial services industry experts who will share effective strategies for winning the global war for talent in financial services. The summit will also include a tabletop exercise for all attendees to reflect on leadership strategies that are working now and are being considered in the future.

Prominent technology leaders and industry experts speaking at the Financial Services CIO Executive Leadership Summit 2022 will include:

  • Marianne BachynskiCIO – Investments, AIG
  • Susan CertomaBoard Member/Executive Leader/Strategic Advisor, Point2Point
  • Cindy FinkelmanStrategic Advisor, Mantissa Group LLC
  • Hugo FugleinManaging Director, CIO/IT Practice, Diversified Research
  • Girish JainVice President of Quality Assurance and Enterprise Architecture, Cenlar FSB
  • Hoffman GrassVP IT, Loews Corp.
  • Sandeep MangarajHead of Banking, Digital Transformation, Microsoft
  • Natalie MyshkinaHead of Financial Services Industry, Adobe
  • Stephen SpagnuoloVice President of Digital Security and Risk, Mercuri Urval
  • Michael ZangaManaging Director, Global Head of Technology, Cybersecurity, Data and Change Risk, Barclays

Valuable partners of the Financial Services CIO Executive Leadership Summit 2022 include 8×8, Adobe, Akamai, BetterCloud, Darktrace, Fortinet, Genesys Works, Globant, Nutanix, OutSystems, Palo Alto Networks, RingCentral, SafeGuard Cyber, Spectrum Enterprise, Tonkean, Upwork, Zoom, and Zscaler.

To learn more about the 2022 Financial Services CIO Executive Leadership Summit and to register for the event, click here.

WEBINARS AND ROUNDTABLES ON HMG STRATEGY

HMG Strategy will host a webinar on May 25 at 11 a.m. ET titled “Accelerating ROI with a Modern Approach to Data Integration.” The discussion will focus on emerging opportunities to harness data for business value as well as key trends shaping the data integration market.

Guest speakers at the event are Daniel Howard from Bloor Research and Saurabh Dutta from Impetus Technologies. The webinar will be moderated by Tom Hoffmanvice president of research at HMG Strategy.

To learn more about the webinar and to register for the event, click here.

To learn more about all of HMG Strategy’s upcoming CIO and CISO Summits, click here.

About the HMG strategy

HMG Strategy is the world’s leading digital platform for connecting technology leaders to reinvent business and reshape the business world. HMG Strategy’s global network consists of more than 400,000 CIOs, CTOs, CISOs, CDOs, senior business technology executives, research industry executives, venture capitalists, industry experts and world-class opinion leaders.

HMG Strategy’s global media model generates over one million impressions per week, providing vast opportunities for technology leaders and partner sponsors to promote themselves and their brands.

HMG Strategy was founded in 2008 by Hunter Muller, a leadership expert who has worked side-by-side with Fortune 2000 leaders with strategic planning and career progression over the past 30 years.

HMG Strategy’s regional and virtual CIO and CISO Executive Leadership Series, author books and digital resource center offer unique, peer-focused guidance from CIOs, CISOs, CTOs, CDOs and technology executives on leadership, innovation, transformation and career progression.

HMG Strategy offers a range of peer-led research services, such as its CIO & CISO Executive Leadership Alliance (CELA) program which brings together the world’s top CIOs, CISOs and technology executives to brainstorm the key opportunities and challenges they face. in their roles.

HMG Strategy’s Global Peer Actionable Insights service stack is a unique set of research services designed to keep enterprise technology executives informed of the latest trends in leadership, business, technology and global geoeconomics that have an impact on businesses and industries.

HMG Ventures is a venture capital unit designed to connect CIOs, CTOs, CISOs and other technology executives with innovative technology start-ups, from Silicon Valley to Tel Aviv. HMG Ventures offers technology executives a window into hot emerging technology companies that can help drive their businesses forward while providing these executives with unparalleled personal investment opportunities. An early-stage investment in an enterprise-level AI-powered service management provider delivered a 100x return.

HMG Strategy also produces the HMG Security Innovation Accelerator Panel, a new webinar series designed to connect enterprise technology and security leaders to the most innovative technology and cybersecurity companies around the world.

To learn more about the 7 pillars of trust in HMG Strategy’s unique business model, click here.

A photo accompanying this announcement is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/19e6a204-70b9-444c-98b3-070a553d5a95

]]> How to turn your garage into a workshop http://confesercentipartner.com/how-to-turn-your-garage-into-a-workshop/ Wed, 18 May 2022 09:56:31 +0000 http://confesercentipartner.com/how-to-turn-your-garage-into-a-workshop/

For many DIY enthusiasts, their biggest dream is to have a fully equipped workshop. Whether you have a creative hobby or want to cut wood panels for your home, having a dedicated workspace will allow you to focus and keep everything in one place.

To help you turn your garage or shed into a workshop, Dominic Chinea from BBC’s The repair shop has revealed the top tips everyone needs to know with a handy DIY workshop guide, in partnership with homeware and industrial solutions provider BiGDUG. Here’s how you can make the most of your space…

1. Think about the layout

Creating your dream workshop starts with the layout. Decide how every square inch of the garage should be used, determine what tools you need regular access to, and whether there’s enough space to cut things, like wood. Storage spaces that use the floor will always make your workshop feel full and messy, so see if you can get creative with wall shelves instead.

“Think about the layout carefully, just as kitchens have a standard triangle layout between sink, fridge and oven, think about your equivalent for your workshop space,” says Dom. “Taking the time to think it through in advance and plan the layout carefully will help you a lot when using the space.”

2. Maximize storage

Keep your workshop clear and clutter-free by getting smart with your storage. Although organizing a workshop is not a one-size-fits-all project, some ideas to steal include using the height of the space (including the ceiling and even the roof), placing shelving above above doors and wall-to-wall pickup. -wall cabinets for tools.

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3. Don’t forget the outlets

“Always install more outlets and power outlets than you think you need,” advises Dom. “When planning your layout, you can see which elements will need power, and potentially more than one circuit, but add more. There are always batteries to charge, kettles to plug in and even taking the radio to the other side of the workshop needs a plug.

4. Personalize your space

There is no limit to the imagination when it comes to your workshop. Consider painting your workshop walls a light color to create the illusion of more space, add posters to the wall, get a small kettle for tea, or make room for your favorite chair. Remember: “Not everything has to be functional or utilitarian to be a working environment.

a man uses a handsaw to cut a thick piece of wood

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Ready to turn your garage into a practical workshop? Take a look at the products you’ll need to get started…

10 products you need to get started

1. Workbench

The workbench is one of the most important pieces of equipment for completing projects. As a general rule, your workbench should be able to support the weight of your pieces, be resistant to impact and warping over time, and large enough for creative tasks. Yours can be either a center table or set against a wall.

2. Vice

“I’m probably biased, but I think a vice is essential no matter what your line of work,” Dom continues. “They look great and are so useful for various purposes. Even if you’re just using it as an extra pair of hands to hold something still, they’re so useful, and you can find them very cheaply online or at garage sales in many different sizes and finishes depending on your job.

dominic chinea's guide to turning your garage into a workshop

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3. Good footing

Good bench stools can save you from back or knee pain. When shopping, consider whether you want armrests or prefer a height-adjustable chair. Tricky jobs don’t necessarily require a huge bench, however, if you’re embarking on a large DIY project, it might be useful to have a larger chair with wheels so you can move around.

4. Lighting

Garages and workshops can often be exposed to high levels of humidity and dust, so it’s best to research the right bulbs first. Once you’ve chosen your light, it’s time to decide on the positioning.

“Think about where you might need direct lighting, above the workbench, near specific tools, and also have a bright lamp, even daylight if needed, that you can move with you even if you really need a detailed look,” adds Dom.

stylish, modern, large light bulb mounted on a blue painted tongue and groove interior wall the light bulb is on, with filaments visible the light bulb casts a shadow on the table below conceptual with copy space

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5. Shelving

Regular storage and shelving is important, but I think shelving is just as essential, long lengths of wood or metal can be kept out of the way, large tools kept off the floor and shelving can be suitable for many purposes,” says Dom. “Or even if it’s just to hide all the bits you had in the garage before converting it!”

6. Heating

Workshops can get chilly when the temperature drops. Even in the winter, projects, repairs, and hobbies must go on, so Dom recommends getting an electric space heater that you can plug in next to you. In addition to keeping hands warm, this will help your project’s glues and paints dry faster.

7. Flammable cabinet

‘A combustible cabinet, large or small, is important in any workshop. There will definitely be some form of white spirit or paints,” suggests Dom. “Be sure to place it in a ventilated area, not near heaters or blocking an entrance (just in case!).”

dom china in workshop

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8. Dovecote

Pigeonhole units are ideal for any busy workshop environment. Whether you choose floor-standing, cabinet-mounted, or wall-mounted options, they’ll help you keep things like screws and coils in one place.

9. Whiteboard/Blackboard

Keep track of to-do lists, ideas, or paint names using a whiteboard (or chalkboard, if you prefer something more old-school). Dom says, “I find myself scribbling on my workbench or on scraps of paper everywhere when a real noteboard would be much harder to lose afterwards!”

10. Toolbox

‘A toolbox for your most used essential tools is vital, you can take it with you in the workshop, take it on location, keep it under your bed at night…this collection of tools will become very precious !’

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SEC football 2022: 5 conference games to watch http://confesercentipartner.com/sec-football-2022-5-conference-games-to-watch/ Tue, 17 May 2022 02:18:09 +0000 http://confesercentipartner.com/sec-football-2022-5-conference-games-to-watch/

The college football season is approaching and excitement is building for some major SEC matchups set to take place during the 2022 season.

Some games feature common opponents, while others are cross-division matchups that could impact SEC standings. Teams such as Alabama and Georgia are the favorites to win their respective divisions, but Arkansas, Tennessee and Texas A&M are each set to fight for those spots. Expect big things to happen when new managers, star transfers and bitter rivals meet on the pitch.