Transcript: There are 3 states of matter solid liquid gas ------------------------------------------------------ solid - firm and stable in shape; not liquid or fluid. liquid - a nearly incompressible fluid that conforms to the shape of its container but retains a constant volume independent of pressure. gas - can be from evaporartion and/or preciptation In a chemical change where there is a chemical reaction, a new substance is formed and energy is either given off or absorbed. example: lighting a match this is a chemical change because the match is giving off heat due to the match creating fire Exothermic reaction by: peyton walker The term endothermic process describes a process or reaction in which the system absorbs energy from its surroundings; usually, but not always, in the form of heat. example : Photosynthesis, the reaction which allows plants to use sunlight to produce food and energy. The energy that is taken in is light energy from the sun. mixtures and substances states of matter Matter can be broken down into two categories: pure substances and mixtures. Pure substances are further broken down into elements and compounds. Mixtures are physically combined structures that can be separated into their original components. A chemical substance is composed of one type of atom or molecule. physical changes A physical change in a substance doesn't change what the substance is example : tearing a paper in half this is a pysical change due to not changing the state it is in because you are only changing the apperance of the paper An exothermic reaction is a chemical reaction that releases energy by light or heat. It is the opposite of an endothermic reaction. Expressed in a chemical equation: reactants → products + energy. example: The energy is usually transferred as heat energy, causing the reaction mixture and its surroundings to become hotter. The temperature increase can be detected using a thermometer. Some examples of exothermic reactions are: Combustion (burning) chemical changes endothermic reaction Level 2 powerpoint
Transcript: Distinctions ONLY NEED TO SHOW MOTIVATING FACTOR! 1. The totality of the circumstances surrounding my employment at TXU companies is part of the evidence 2. You have not covered the majority of my work at TXU, my time as a contractor has not been covered 3. In the entirety of my time at TXU I was never written up or evaluated poorly -- quite the opposite 1. replaced by 2 people 2. given a $50k raise ($25/hr) 3. manager requested KForce give me a bonus 4. asked back 3 times 5. offered job multiple times (Natalie, Linda) 4. Model corporate citizen, even more so as an employee 1. Like Family poster 2. Various PR events - Mayor, 4 Seasons 3. United Way chair 4. WR Marathon Relay 5. Meals on Wheels 5. Aug 30 - Sunday phone call changed everything - sealed my doom 1. Jim Grant was my superior or customer the entire time (100% influence!) 6. Sept 1 - Abusive meeting - went to HR - truly scared 1. Led to a meeting where a PIP was waved "be careful or you'll find yourself under one of these" 7. Jan 2010 - Workload increased dramatically 1. Bury alive comments from Lisa - Overload to make me resign 2. Over 40 hours per month of additional work 3. Feb made to take a vacation day to take son to doctor, offered to make up time and told no, Wang continues to remove ability to perfrom caregiver duties 9. Mid-April - Second abusive meeting by Jim Grant 1. Had a choice - go to HR or leave dept - felt had no other choice 2. April 20 - Tell Wang applying for another position 3. April 22 - Wang retaliates by starting process for PIP 4. PIP shuts down opportunities to leave dept (retaliation, pretext) 10. Documented EVERYTHING - HR turned a blind eye 1. With Carrie Kirby - "Shit Happens" alone should have warranted an investigation 2. During the Appeal - understood discrimination, retaliation, harassment and made HR aware - blind eye again 3. Simply told "no comparator" by Brian Hinton and dismissed 4. Grant had influence entire time, also during PIP 5. Good reviews, no indication of performance issues putting me on the edge of a PIP HUGE AMOUNT OF CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE CAN'T COVER IT ALL 1. What to do if they ask about May 10 email and specifics? Questions for Bill Important things to get in 1. FLOORED to get a PIP for performance reasons, Performance was never an issue!! There is no proof that performance was an issue, it was ALL MADE UP after I told Wang I was going to leave!! 2. Continually bring up - HE DIDN'T TREAT MEN LIKE THIS 1. The "totality of my employment" is evidence 2. "They will bury you alive, dig you back up and bury you again" comment from Lisa in Jan 2010 3. "They are trying to make you quit" comment from Lisa in Feb 2010 4. Hand in face 5. Directors meeting where Jim Grant says "Roxanne is not going to make it" Was told the first week of PIP, Directors meeting occurred just prior to PIP 6. Wang says I will not pass PIP before it is complete, schedules a meeting with HR before last meeting with me!! 7. Clarify Sunday call 8. Clarify abusive meeting 9. Marcia - you are distracting me, pleasae act normal 10. Another errata sheet? "I choose to retain all my rights applicable under law" 11. I AM PASSIONATE BECAUSE I AM SPEAKING FOR WORKING MOTHERS EVERYWHERE AND THE ISSUES THEY FACE EVERY DAY What evidence do you have?
Transcript: Good For games Pros Easy Beginner Package Thank You! By Who? Scratch Scratch was originally made for 5 year olds. However, it is used by... Teachers Parents Students Museums Community Centres Scratch was developed for school projects like maths and science. e.g. Experiments Animated Stories Recording Lectures It is also used to make simple games. Adam Shepherd Cons Why? Interface/Code Colourful High Level Language Not so good for programming Pros and Cons Very Basic
Transcript: The system will be in all patient care areas of the hospital including to the patient portal, labs, radiology and physician office. The EHR will be used by all clinical disciplines and ancillary staff including physicians, nurses, physical therapists, nutritionists, housekeeping personel and administrative staff The scope of this EHR project will include the following applications: - -CPOE (Computerized Physician Order Entry) -Clinical documentation -Clinical messaging -Results reporting -Clinical decision support -Claim Scrubbers Bulk scan rest: Retrievable subcategories Consults Imaging/Diagnostic Tests Lab/Micro Progress Notes Physical Exams Alternative Solutions Create Office Champions (Physician, RN, etc.) Incorporate the EHR Vendor On-site Training and Support Create Office Superusers Migration: Project Scope Who? Project Manager - Group 5 Physicians RN’s and MA’s Ancillary Staff Stakeholders EHR Vendor Billing: What is the time frame for implementation? 6 - 8 months -Training Time -Migration Time -Dip in productivity When? Derek Ensign, Chris Saenz, Turab Syed, Charles Sisemseghan, Jessica White Questions? Project Charter Roll out: 6-8 month period Training: 3, 3, and 4 Pulling staff from other areas High Level Plan Risk Concerns Change Management (Resistance) Employee Buy-In Training Time Productivity Loss Who? Why? PRODUCT FEATURES The implementation will begin with a kick off meeting of all staff on Monday July, 20th 2015 at 9:00am. It is anticipated that the implementation will take 6-8months beginning July 20th 2015 and concluding with a go live on the EHR software on February 28th 2016 Project Scope Goal: Minimize all revenue management risk Current billing system to be interfaced on back end Negotiated to be tasked to vendor Massive preload started 3 months prior to go live (all pts seen last yr) Discretely scan: All billing info Clinical data 90% used: vitals, allergies, probs, meds Last 3 progress notes Who? Change Management Focus and Support Circulating Champions: Physician, RN & Admin 1st 2 months after go-live Assistance with: point-of-care coding documentation workflow management RN assigned to final sweep at time of next appt All charts to be shredded after final sweep Goal: Once in, all in-No paper after electronic! Catch up "Admin Day" for all staff every Friday First 6 months Vendor rep on site for assistance To ensure Meaningful Stage 1 and 2 Increase efficiency Reduce errors Financial Penalties Keep up with everyone else Implementing an EHR for a 10 Physician Clinic Who? Areas of Focus Achieve Complete Buy-In Staff Experienced in EHR Implementation Ensure Proper Training and Support Reduced Productivity Mitigation
Transcript: From attract best talent to first 3 months Effective Selection & Assessment State wide end to end integrated solution User-centric High quality technology and tools Enables us to attract, select and on-board the best talent Compliance and legislative standards maintained Process simplification & tech enabled tasks Recruitment and On-boarding Attract best people Standardised process
Transcript: The "Agile" concept : sprints High level TEACH LIKE A CHAMPION Details Bucket System is amazing Question: continue academic role of advisors ? MVP, spirals, readiness, no drowning, Front End focused, works equally with entry level and high-end students ..........again, banks help with this SECTION: Planning That Ensures Academic Achievement BEGIN WITH THE END IN MIND ! Leads : 2 subjects, everyone else: 1 The role of advance planning Helps students also helps YOU prepare for next dev role Lesson Banks Subject Matter Enthusiasts LESSONS IN SERIES , NOT JUST ONE OFF
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Transcript: Stakeholders: Key milestones Phases Main activities Constraints - What constraints must be considered for this project? The Scope of the project xxx Project information Text xxx Project manager: <name> Success Criteria Items: short project description background reason for starting the project (now) goals and objectives project strategy Template By: Peter Paff Project Deliverables Roles & Responsibilities <Project title> template Risk Assessment Requirements/User Stories/ Product Backlog Assumptions & Constraints Partners: Dimensions: Geographical Which countries and sites are involved? Organizational Which business areas? Which business functions (support/ common/ key)? Data migratie Y/N? Which data (types), legacy? Platform IT vision and strategy Technical infrastructure Mobile workers Time scale Scope will/ can change over time Phase roll out to reduce risk and manage change Resource constraints impact planning The People involved Project Schedule Team members: Assumptions - What has been assumed that makes the goal attainable? Governance & Reporting Product Breakdown Structure software system migrated data users who can work with the system particular products or assets obsolete infrastructure etc
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