The University of Kansas Health System is treating a total of 26 COVID patients today, up from 21 yesterday. Other significant numbers:9 with the active virus today, 8 yesterday3 in ICU, 2 yesterday0 on ventilator, same as yesterday17 hospitalized but out of acute infection phase, 13 yesterdayKey points from today’s guests:Roy Jensen, MD, vice chancellor and director of The University of Kansas Cancer CenterAttending NACCDO-PAMN conference in Kansas City, a national gathering of cancer center communicators and fund raisersExplained the importance of communicating the science of cancer research and treatment in ways the public can understandCancer centers are very important to the health of a region and philanthropy is vital to that missionLuke Harbur, received liver transplant as an infantAs in infant, needed a liver transplant in order to surviveMelody and Kris Drake lost their eight year old son, Aaron, due to a tragic accident while camping in the Ozarks. Luke received Aaron’s liver and now lives a full life as a beatboxer with the stage name of Skippy.Uses his platform to help connect with younger people to spread the word on the importance of organ donationWith constant medication and regular checkups, now lives a normal healthy lifeKim Harbur, mother, founder of Gift of LifeFounded Gift of Life, two years after Luke received liver transplantThe nonprofit organization offers educational information on organ donation to schools, civic groups and spiritual communitiesHas grown to six employees and 175 volunteers. The organization has educated 400,000 high school students and made more than 500 classroom presentationsEncourages everyone to say “Yes” when asked at the DMV if you want to be an organ donorDr. Dana Hawkinson, medical director of Infection Prevention and Control, The University of Kansas Health SystemToo soon to say if there’s going to be a new surge of the BA 2 variantRegardless of news and social media coverage of ivermectin, good quality data from several randomized control trials shows it has no effect on treating COVID patients Wednesday, April 27 at 8:00 a.m. is the next Open Mics With Dr. Stites. What would you wish for the world? It’s a question dozens of artists are answering with paint, canvas and a brush. We’ll go live to an art show and explain the link between art and healthcare ethics.
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OHSLA boys lacrosse, featuring the Rams and the Generals, live from Marshall High School. Dave Hall and Steve Roberts announce.
A webinar to provide an overview of the Chewing Gum Task Force grant and application process.
Where We Go From Here | Episode 17Rev. Dr. Demetrius Carolina, Executive Director, Central Family Life CenterThe Central Family Life Center (CFLC) was born out of the First Central Baptist Church of Staten Island, New York, in 1991. It is now one of the largest minority-led nonprofits of its kind in Staten Island. The CFLC provides direct services through twenty-two different programs designed to empower and improve the health and well-being of the Staten Island community.In this conversation Rev. Dr. Demetrius Carolina, Executive Director of the CFLC, shares his unique experience balancing faith and community, dealing with trauma, and being an effective leader. Joining him is Ryan Williams, Specialist, Consulting, at NFF.In this video: 00:20 What the Central Family Life Center is.01:17 What role the First Central Baptist Church plays in supporting the community.03:00 How the True2Life cure violence initiative works to end violence.04:25 How unrestricted funding helps CFLC provide better programs06:18 Why programs and services that overlap with other organizations are a good thing.08:00 How to be an effective leader.10:51 The importance of sustainability in the work.11:38 Rev. Dr. Carolina’s advice on love and sacrifice.#NonprofitFinance #NonprofitTips #CDFI
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CADRE co-PIs Ilana Horn and Terrell Morton teamed up to create a series of video podcast episodes to provide prospective awardees with tips to help enhance their grant writing. In the first episode, Post Panel Pop-off, they reflect on what they have observed about fundable proposals when serving as NSF review panelists. NSF Program Officers Mike Steele, Robert Ochsendorf, and Margret Hjalmarlson, Joan Walker, Gavin Fulmer, and Michael Ford also offer important guidance!Learn more about CADRE, the resource network for NSF DRK-12 funded projects, at https://cadrek12.org. Find proposal writing resources at https://cadrek12.org/resources/nsf-proposal-toolkit.