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Fluid Dynamics 1 – Archimedes Principle – A Level Physics

Describes atmospheric pressure, pressure in a fluid, measuring density of unknown fluid, barometers, hydraulics and Archimedes principle.
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An Online CME Activity: Hyponatremia: Detection and Management in the Hospital Setting

AUSTIN, TEXAS (PRWEB) November 25, 2014

Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and Rockpointe are pleased to announce a new online Continuing Medical Education (CME) activity titled, “Hyponatremia: Detection and Management in the Hospital Setting.”

Hyponatremia is a common electrolyte disorder associated with significant morbidity and mortality. This condition often goes undiagnosed and untreated due to patients being asymptomatic or presents as a complication of a serious medical illness that requires dedicated medical attention. Hospital-based clinicians who commonly encounter patients with hyponatremia are strongly encouraged to participate in this online CME activity at: http://www.rockpointe.com/Einstein/Montefiore/Hyponatremia

Dr. Ladan Golestaneh, Associate Professor of Medicine (Adult Nephrology) from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Medical Center will present this program. After attending this online activity participating physicians should be able to demonstrate the ability to: identify hospitalized patients with hyponatremia that require improvement in serum sodium levels; evaluate when and how various therapeutic options should be utilized in the treatment of hyponatremia; analyze the pathophysiology of hyponatremia development in the workup and treatment of the disorder; and recognize the limitations of some diagnostic tests in the setting of renal failure and proceed with the appropriate management of hyponatremia in the setting of renal failure. Physicians may earn up to 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™.

For more information about this online CME activity and to register, please visit online: http://www.rockpointe.com/Einstein/Montefiore/Hyponatremia

About Rockpointe

Founded in 1995, Rockpointe Corporation is a science-based medical education company whose clinical specialists, educators, and producers are dedicated to the design and implementation of integrated, certified educational initiatives that are engaging and clinically relevant to health care professionals. Working in collaboration with industry thought leaders, professional societies, and government agencies, Rockpointe’s scientists, physicians, editors, managers, and medical education specialists are passionate about designing and delivering programs in which medical science and clinical need converge.

Rockpointe utilizes a consistent approach to CME planning, beginning with a complete assessment and clinical practice gap analysis, designed to clearly define educational need. This process leads to the development of a comprehensive and flexible education plan, which rapidly responds to changes in science and the marketplace.

Each program culminates with a thorough outcomes analysis using multiple criteria and measurement techniques. The outcomes process is designed to accurately assess changes in participant knowledge, competence, and performance, with an ultimate aim of improving patient care and quality-of-life. All outcomes findings are shared with program sponsors and supporters, and recommendations are made regarding improvements for future activities.

Contact us today to learn more about how you can achieve the greatest response and educational success from your CME/CE programming.

About Montefiore Medical Center

As the academic medical center and University Hospital for Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center is nationally recognized for clinical excellence—breaking new ground in research, training the next generation of healthcare leaders, and delivering science-driven, patient-centered care, with one of the largest Residency Programs in the USA.

Montefiore is ranked among the top hospitals nationally and regionally by U.S. News & World Report. For more than 100 years we have been innovating new treatments, new procedures and new approaches to patient care, producing stellar outcomes and raising the bar for medical centers in the region and around the world. As we build on this momentum, we continue to advance the practice of medicine and set the standard for excellence.

About Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University

Albert Einstein College of Medicine offers one of the nation’s largest programs for medical education. During the 2014-2015 academic year, the College of Medicine is home to 742 M.D. students, 212 Ph.D. students, 102 students in the combined M.D./Ph.D. program, and 292 postdoctoral research fellows at our Belfer Institute for Advanced Biomedical Studies. More than 8,000 Einstein alumni are among the nation’s foremost clinicians, biomedical scientists, and medical educators.

When the medical school opened its doors in 1955, the New York Times was already noting that “the new medical school’s distinguished and talented faculty assured the institution of a place in the ranks of the great medical schools in the world.” This prophecy has been more than fulfilled in the ensuing years.

Among its pioneering educational initiatives, Einstein was one of the first major medical schools to integrate bedside experience with learning, bringing first-year students into contact with patients and linking classroom study to case experience. Einstein also led the way in the development of bioethics as an accepted academic discipline in medical school curricula, was the first private medical school in New York City to establish an academic department of family medicine, and was the first to create a residency program in internal medicine with an emphasis on women’s health.

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Sim Shalom Online Synagogue Introduces a Virtual “Tree of Life”


New York, NY (PRWEB) November 03, 2014

The Sim Shalom Online Synagogue has created and implemented a virtual “Tree Of Life” for its growing congregation. This centuries-old symbol can be utilized for a panoply of contemporary announcements – including yahrtzeits, deaths, weddings, anniversaries, births, and b’nai mitzvoth;

The Sim Shalom Tree of Life is dedicated to the memory of Ernest Anisz (Yitzchak ben Yehuda) and Naomi Anisz (Naomi Leah bat Iona Pezl) z”l. A leaf on the Sim Shalom can be purchased for $ 36. In addition to listing names you can include a photo and brief bio about the memorialized person. Leaves may be used to honor the dead as well as to celebrate joyful occasions.

“The Tree of Life is a timeless and benevolent image in our faith, and also has deep-seated relevance in various theological contexts,” said Rabbi Steve Blane, founder of the Sim Shalom congregation. “The tree’s Hebrew name is “Etz Chaim” – which was first found in the Book of Proverbs.”

Etz Chaim is also a common name for yeshivas and synagogues, as well as to works of Rabbinic literatures. It’s also used to describe each of the wooden poles to which the parchment of a Sefer Torah is attached. So, the Tree stands both as a spiritual metaphor and a literal grounding in faith.

“Our Tree of Life now takes its place in a long continuum of worship, harmony, and connectivity,” said Rabbi Blane. “We’re pleased that it integrates a new communication medium into the ongoing tradition, and I’m sure it will serve our congregation well.”

“Wisdom is a tree of life to them that lay hold upon her, and happy is everyone that retaineth her.” Proverbs 3:13-18.

About Sim Shalom and JSLI

Sim Shalom is an interactive online Jewish Universalist synagogue which is liberal in thought and traditional in liturgy. Created in 2009 by Rabbi Steven Blane on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, Sim Shalom offers a means of connecting the unconnected. Rabbi Blane leads accessible and short Kabbalt Shabbat services every Friday night using a virtual interface and additionally Sim Shalom provides online education programs, Jazz concerts, conversion and life-cycle ceremonies along with weeknight services at 7:00PM EST led by Rabbis and students of this online community.

Rabbi Blane is also the founder and director of the Jewish Spiritual Leader’s Institute, a second-career Rabbinical school for professionals.

Sim Shalom, a non profit 501 © (3) tax-exempt organization, nurtures a Jewish connection through its mission of innovative services, creative education and dynamic outreach to the global community. For more information visit http://www.simshalom.com or call 201-338-0165.






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