GPS satellite tracking system monitors suspects | canyon | Wbactive

In November 2020, Superior Circuit Justice Brenda G. Branch met with Justice W. Turner Stephenson III, Justice Vershenia B. Johnson and Justice Teresa R. Freeman to discuss a process to implement a GPS satellite tracking system to monitor defendants Probationary release in cases of domestic violence and assault. Judge Branch signed a letter of intent … Read more

Agent-based model using GPS analysis for SARS-CoV-2 infection spread and inhibition mechanism in Tokyo | Wbactive

figure 3 Time dependence of the proportion of each site of infection in the total number of infections obtained from the calculations. Figure 3 shows the time dependence of the ratio of infected facilities to the number of days since initial infection in the simulation. It can be seen that infections in the household and … Read more

Carlton’s GPs send a heartfelt letter to patients saying the NHS is “on its knees” and claiming it is now “impossible to provide a service that is not causing harm”. | Wbactive

Two Carlton GPs have sent a heartfelt letter to patients apologizing for being unable to prevent unnecessary suffering due to NHS cuts. dr Ian Campbell, MBE, and Dr. Claire Hatton of Jubilee Park Medical Partnership wrote to her patients after the British Medical Association report explaining inevitable increasing delays across the NHS. The letter acknowledges … Read more

Carlton’s GPs send a heartfelt letter to patients saying the NHS is “on its knees” and claiming it is now “impossible to provide a service that is not causing harm”. | Wbactive

Two Carlton GPs have sent a heartfelt letter to patients apologizing for being unable to prevent unnecessary suffering due to NHS cuts. dr Ian Campbell, MBE, and Dr. Claire Hatton of Jubilee Park Medical Partnership wrote to her patients after the British Medical Association report explaining inevitable increasing delays across the NHS. The letter acknowledges … Read more

The SNP promised 800 additional general practitioners. Five years later we have 61 | Wbactive

EXACTLY five years ago, then Scottish Health Minister Shona Robison formulated the Scottish Government’s goal of “increasing the number of GPs by at least 800 in ten years”. This would “ensure a sustainable service going forward,” she said. Fast forward to the present – halftime – and how far have we actually come to achieve … Read more

Hundreds of Colorado’s moose will wear GPS collars to hunt controlled cows as CPW fights to reverse herd decline | Wbactive

Wildlife managers in Colorado are mobilizing to reverse the state’s southwest moose decline by controlling hunting and protecting wild habitats to improve calf survival amid increasing drought and development. Colorado Parks and Wildlife crews are also launching an unprecedented statewide moose surveillance program. They will round up “several hundred” moose and attach satellite collars to … Read more

Hundreds of Colorado’s moose will wear GPS collars to hunt controlled cows as CPW fights to reverse herd decline | Wbactive

Wildlife managers in Colorado are mobilizing to reverse the state’s southwest moose decline by controlling hunting and protecting wild habitats to improve calf survival amid increasing drought and development. Colorado Parks and Wildlife crews are also launching an unprecedented statewide moose surveillance program. They will round up “several hundred” moose and attach satellite collars to … Read more

GPs blame “media rhetoric” for a number of unprovoked physical assaults | Wbactive

GPs are concerned negative media rhetoric is fueling patients’ frustration after a series of unprovoked physical attacks. At least three unprovoked attacks have taken place in Essex and Surrey alone in recent weeks. GPs reported they were “scared” to do their jobs and urged newspapers to reconsider inflammatory narratives. dr Asif Ghauri, a senior partner … Read more

Why are they wearing those GPS straps? | Wbactive

In Friday’s World Cup match between South Korea and Portugal, Korean player Hwang Hee-Chan scored a crucial goal in stoppage time, then removed his jersey and paraded in front of screaming fans who appeared to be wearing some sort of harness or sports bra, according to the guys. In fact, watch football long enough and … Read more

Trust issues guidance for local GPs on how to circumvent SWAH | Wbactive

With emergency hospital surgeries being suspended, THE WESTERN Trust has now issued guidelines for local GPs on when local patients should bypass the SWAH. The letter describes a wide range of conditions that should now bypass the hospital, including those with scrotal, abdominal or hernia pain, those with postoperative complications. For example, anyone over the … Read more

Hundreds of Colorado’s moose will wear GPS collars to hunt controlled cows as CPW fights to reverse herd decline | Wbactive

Wildlife managers in Colorado are mobilizing to reverse the state’s southwest moose decline by controlling hunting and protecting wild habitats to improve calf survival amid increasing drought and development. Colorado Parks and Wildlife crews are also launching an unprecedented statewide moose surveillance program. They will round up “several hundred” moose and attach satellite collars to … Read more

Wealthier patients ‘should be paying for doctor’s appointments’ | Wbactive

Wealthier patients should be charged a fixed fee for GP consultations “to reduce demand” for overburdened practices, a group of GPs said. The proposal was made by the Grampian Local Medical Committee (LMC) as GPs from across Scotland prepare to hold their first in-person conference since the pandemic in Clydebank today. It comes amid warnings … Read more

GPs are expected to be at the forefront of new services for transgender children | Wbactive

GPs are expected to take the lead in referrals to specialist services for transgender children after NHS England reduced the number of potential referrals. Draft proposals for the revamped service say the number of professionals who can contact the NHS Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) – which currently includes staff in schools, voluntary organizations and … Read more

Health officials laud ‘invaluable’ contribution to pandemic response | Wbactive

news Three of Australia’s top health officials have thanked GPs for their pivotal role in fighting COVID over the past three years. General medicine has helped deliver more than half of the 63 million COVID-19 vaccines administered in Australia to date. The following article was written by Australian Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Professor Paul Kelly, … Read more

The Department of Defense MOSA mandate drives the CMOSS approach to A-PNT | Wbactive

story December 01, 2022 The US Army’s Mounted Assured PNT System (MAPS) program was initiated to replace existing GPS receivers and antennas in most Army ground vehicle variants and eliminate redundancies. The program is overseen by PM-PNT at the Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground in Maryland, where mounted and dismounted Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) technologies … Read more