Nadal and Federer, in Cape Town for a historic match

first_imgFederer was very enthusiastic about this particular recreation. “This ‘Match in Africa’ is a dream come true. I’ll play in my mom’s dwelling nation towards my hardest opponent and on the similar time nice good friend Rafa Nadal. We don’t share solely the love for tennis, but in addition the actual fact of serving to kids have a higher begin in schooling and in their lives. ” Nadal additionally positively valued what he expects from this match. “Roger and I share nice moments on and off the observe. Touring with him to Cape Town and taking part in to assist kids is one thing that excites me. Will probably be my first time in the realm and I’ll have Roger as a information. Will probably be enjoyable”.Federer arrived in Cape Town on Wednesday after visiting Namibia, the place he met with the president of the nation, Hage Geingob, and visited the varsity that his basis has in the nation, in addition to speaking with the youngsters, witnessing the courses and speaking with the middle workers, and this Thursday he shared raquetazos with the captain of the Springboks, Siya Kolisi as warm-up to the large recreation that each Federer and Nadal will convey us this Friday for a good trigger. The tennis world this Friday has an appointment with the historical past in Cape Town in the exhibition match ‘The Match in Africa’ Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer will dispute to lift funds for the tasks that the Roger Federer Basis carries out in the African continent. It’s anticipated that the match, which shall be performed at Cape Town Stadium, exceeds the world report for attending a tennis match with greater than 50,000 individuals.The exhibition will begin with a doubles match in which Federer will companion with Invoice Gates (the couple has already been baptized as Gateserer) and shall be measured to the duo shaped by Rafa Nadal and South African comic Trevor Noah, one of many nice stars of tv in the USA. After this present, and after the performances of Zip Zap Circus and Ndlovu, it can happen the spotlight of the occasion, the person match between Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer, which will be adopted stay in Spain by Gol.last_img read more

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A simple intervention to combat current opioid epidemic

first_imgMay 8 2018Asking emergency department (ED) providers to self-identify their opioid prescribing practices and then providing them with timely, clinically relevant, individualized, and actionable feedback on their actual opioid prescribing data, significantly decreases future opioid prescribing among providers who underestimate their baseline prescribing. That is the finding of a study to be published in the May 2018 issue of Academic Emergency Medicine (AEM), a journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM).Related StoriesScientists discover hundreds of protein-pairs through coevolution studyDiet and nutrition influence microbiome in colonic mucosaMosquito surveillance in Madagascar reveals new insight into malaria transmissionThe lead author of the study is Sean S. Michael, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine.The study, by Michael, et al, found that providers who initially underestimated opiate prescription rates had statistically significant decreases in opiate prescribing when compared to providers who were more accurate in initial self-assessment of prescribing rates. The randomized trial exposes important gaps in providers’ self-perceptions of opioid prescribing and demonstrates that a simple, data-driven intervention using query-reveal methodology may decrease future prescribing, particularly among providers who underestimate their own prescribing practices.The findings suggest that current and future interventions in which provider adherence to guidelines is expected, including opioid interventions outside the emergency department and other quality and safety initiatives, should directly address the potential barrier of inaccurate provider self-awareness.Gail D’Onofrio, MD, MS, professor and chair, Yale School of Medicine Department of Emergency Medicine, who is internationally known for her work in developing and testing interventions for department patients with unhealthy alcohol and other drug use, commented:”The results have real world applicability. A simple intervention enhancing safe prescribing is one of several opportunities the emergency physician has to combat the current opioid epidemic.” Source:http://saem.org/last_img read more

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