[H/T JamBase] Little Feat hosted a destination event this week, Ramble On The Island at the Jewel Paradise Cove in Runaway Bay, Jamaica. The rock band closed out the four night event with the Midnight Ramble Band and a guest appearance from guitarist and vocalist Warren Haynes. Haynes was in the area gearing up for the Gov’t Mule hosted Island Exodus, which starts today, so he took the time to get warmed up with friends nearby.Haynes sat in with Little Feat, Larry Campbell, and the Midnight Ramble Band horn section for a rendition of “Let It Roll”, before the rest of the MRB, including Teresa Williams and Amy Helm, joined in for a jammed-out version of “Dixie Chicken.” The 15th installment of Ramble On The Island saw three full performances from Little Feat, three from Midnight Ramble Band, and two from Jackson Browne and Greg Leisz.Thanks to Little Feat archivist Chris Cafiero, you can watch 4K video of Haynes’ appearances below:
The School of Pharmacy received more than $12 million from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to improve safe use of prescription drugs by bringing pharmacists into Southern California safety-net clinics. The award is the largest that the school has ever received, according to a press release from the school.Over the counter · School of Pharmacy’s grant will go toward a project to improve medication adherence and the safe use of prescriptios drugs. – Ani Kolangian| Summer TrojanThe school plans to partner with AltaMed, which works to close health disparities in Southern California, to launch the project in three Orange Country treatment clinics serving communities with large uninsured populations and poor access to medical services. The project will ultimately include AltaMed clinics in Los Angeles County.“The project is designed to address both the widespread misuse of prescribed medications and the shortage of primary care providers in low-income populations,” said Geoffrey Joyce, the project’s principal investigator and an associate professor at the School of Pharmacy, in a statement. “Further, pharmacists are remarkably underutilized in the U.S. health care system and this demonstration will test and evaluate the impact of using them in primary care settings.”According to the school’s statement, poor compliance with prescription drugs results in avoidable negative health effects that total $290 billion in annual national medical spending. Some of these effects include hospitalizations and a higher risk of death.“This is a tremendous opportunity for us to again demonstrate and evaluate a model of care that uses pharmacists to cost-effectively improve health outcomes,” said R. Pete Vanderveen, dean of the School of Pharmacy, in a statement. “Our faculty has over a decade of experience in the safety net [and]… this important project that promises to provide desperately needed medication management services to some of the most vulnerable in our community.”
Winamax maintains Granada CF sponsorship despite bleak Spanish outlook August 19, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Share Martin Lycka – Regulatory high temperatures cancel industry’s ‘silly season’ August 11, 2020 Andrea Vota – Jdigital’s challenge of Spanish restrictions is led by logic and rationale August 13, 2020 Submit Share Spanish gambling insiders expect regulatory body la Dirección General de Ordenación del Juego (DGOJ), to re-open its tender process window for new market applicants for Spain’s regulated online gambling market.At present the DGOJ has made no formal announcement with regards to accepting new tenders, however, this September the regulatory body announced through its website a ‘draft call’ for potential market interest.The new tender process is expected to be re-opened during 2017 and will allow for a one-year window in which operators can submit applications. The DGOJ will seek to respond to interested parties within a six-month time frame.The DGOJ’s previous tender window was published in October 2015, in which the regulatory body allowed for ten new licensed company’s servicing online betting and software/platform provisions.A blog posted by industry legal and licensing experts DLA Piper details that DGOJ governance has moved to ‘open up’ its market having recorded positive sector development during Q1 2017 in which the online gambling sector grew by 23% year-on-year.Of further interest to DGOJ governance, has been the number of international operators detailing interest in re-joining the Spanish online market, following a number of changes with regards to online casino restrictions, allowing for more favourable market conditions.
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