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PsicoNutrizione Bariatrica – gestire il paziente affetto da obesità
Event on 2017-12-02 08:30:00
EVENTO "ECM" per medici, psicologi, dietisti, biologi nutrizionisti e infermieri L’obesità rappresenta un problema sanitario di pressante gravità e la percentuale di soggetti francamente obesi è di circa il 10% della popolazione, di cui 500.000 affetti da gravi forme di questa problematica multifattoriale. Dopo il fallimento dell’approccio dietoterapico, psicoterapeutico (spesso unicamente comportamentale) e farmacologico, per questi pazienti, spesso la chirurgia bariatrica rappresenta l’ultima opportunità terapeutica disponibile. A causa delle possibili interferenze con compliance e outcome,è importante conoscere bene le dinamiche rispetto il comportamento alimentare specifico di questi pazienti sia prima che dopo tali interventi. Sia dal punto di vista psicologico che nutrizionale è necessario avere competenze indipendentemente dalla disciplina che appare specifica della notra professione.  Si rendono necessari rigorosi e standardizzati criteri di selezione dei candidati, che dovrebbero rispondere alle linee guida per l'approccio psicologico e nutrizionale ai pazienti obesi pre-chirurgia bariatrica e protocolli di gestione nel post-intervento che che, al momento attuale, non sembrano essere condivise e considerate pienamente da tutte le strutture ed equipes multidisciplinari del nostro Paese. Inoltre, indipendentemente dal tipo di intervento chirurgico praticato (palloncino intragastrico, bendaggio gastrico, bypass gastrico, sleeve gastrectomy etc) è necessario preparare il paziente ad un contesto di “continuous care”.  Perché la PsicoNutrizione Bariatrica? Il ruolo del professionista in ambito preoperatorio ??quello di compiere un'analisi specifica dei comportamenti alimentari, delle caratteristiche comportamentali e di personalit??in grado di influire sulla buona riuscita dell'intervento chirurgico e della capacit??di aderenza alle prescrizioni, cio??della capacit??del paziente di seguire quanto prescritto dallo staff multidisciplinare al fine di apprendere un nuovo e pi??salutare stile di vita. Durante il post-intervento, invece, è vitale saper accompagnare il paziente verso le nuove abitudini alimentari che non solo hanno a che vedere con la qualità e quantità degli alimenti, ma soprattutto sulle modalità di assunzione e sulle nuove capacità di percepire in maniera consapevole le sensazioni di fame e sazietà. DOCENTI I docenti sono fra i massimi esperti in Italia per quanto riguarda la diagnosi e trattamento di pazienti affetti da obesità che sono ricorsi alla chirurgia bariatrica. Sono professionisti che vantano una esperienza di migliaia di pazienti operati con diverse tecniche (laparoscopiche ed endoscopiche) seguiti sino ad oltre cinque anni dall'intervento. EMANUELA RUSSO -dietista- Referente dell’area nutrizionale del Centro Emotifood di Monza e dietista referente presso l’Istituto Nazionale di Chirurgia dell’Obesità di Milano (Istituto Clinico Sant'Ambrogio).  Si occupa della cura del sovrappeso e della grande obesità, e di pazienti con disturbi dell’alimentazione e della nutriziona.  Ha una esperienza di oltre 3000 pazienti bariatrici seguiti prima e dopo la chirurgia.Utilizza le nuove tecnologie per seguire i pazienti bariatrici e collabora con i centri d’eccellenza in italia. EMANUEL MIAN, PhD -psicologo- Responsabile scientifico di Emotifood e psicologo clinico referente del Centro Interdisciplinare Bariatria e Obesità (Istituti Clinici Zucchi). Ha una esperienza di oltre 12000 ore di terapia a pazienti con obesità e disturbi alimentari. Si occupa di disturbi  dell’alimentazione e nutrizione da oltre 11 anni. Docente presso il Corso di Laurea in Dietistica e al Master in “Dietistica e Nutrizione Clinica” presso l’Università di Pavia.  PROGRAMMA 8.30 – 9.00 Iscrizione dei partecipanti Obesità – introduzione 09.00 – 09.45 Obesità: epidemiologia e aspetti nutrizionali 09.45 – 10.30 Binge Eating Disorder, Snacking, Grazing e tutte le altre componenti in gioco nel paziente affetto da obesità Ambito pre e peri operatorio 10.30 – 11.00 La riabilitazione nutrizionale e gli altri ambiti di intervento che precedono o coadiuvano l'intervento chirurgico  11.00 – 11.30 La gestione multidisciplinare nel paziente affetto da obesità 11.30- 11.45 Coffe Break L’approccio al paziente affetto da obesità 11.45 – 12.30  Gli interventi in chirurgia bariatrica: quali sono e come si diversificano fra loro.Il trattamento 12.30 – 13.15  Il colloquio clinico con il paziente affetto da obesità in chirurgia bariatrica: cosa chiedere e come farlo per stimolare la motivazione al cambiamento 13.15 – 14.00 PAUSA PRANZO Linee guida 14.00 – 14.30  Linee guida per assessment/valutazione candidabilità sotto l'aspetto psicologico/psichiatrico 14.30 – 15.00  Linee guida nutrizionali Assessment / Valutazione  15.00 – 15.45  La valutazione psicodiagnostica  15.45 – 16.30  Valutazione dietistica 16.30- 16.45 Coffe Break Il post-intervento 16.45 – 17.30  Il percorso Psiconutrizionale – gestione del follow-up e cosa tenere conto nei primi sei mesi  17.30 – 18.15  Gestione del follow-up sotto l'aspetto nutrizionale  ISCRIZIONI Inviare una mail con i propri dati personali, specifiche professionali e recapito telefonico a info@emotifood.it indicando nell’oggetto: “Iscrizione Training primo livello PsicoNutrizione Bariatrica” Pagamento tramite bonifico bancario euro 183 (iva inclusa) entro il 20 novembre 2017 euro 230 (iva inclusa) dopo il 20 novembre 2017 euro 122 (iva inclusa) se studenti universitari -NO ECM euro 100 (iva inclusa) se avete già partecipato ad un corso Emotifood durante il 2017 Banca Popolare Di Sondrio – Filiale di Monza IBAN: IT04 Z056 9620 4010 0001 1547 X60 Intestato a: Emotifood Srl Via Palestro, 12 20900 Monza (MB) C.F. / P. iva 08577030961 Causale: COGNOME e NOME e “Iscrizione Training primo livello Psiconutrizione Bariatrica” 

at Hotel Royal Falcone
Corso Milano, 5
Monza, Italy

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Some cool casablanca hotels images:

Man Living in Ruins of Hotel Lincoln – City Centre – Casablanca, Morocco
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Image by Adam Jones, Ph.D. – Global Photo Archive

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Image by Ken Levine Images
nearby Hotel Casablanca

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Project Management Professional (PMP) Boot Camp in Athens, GA-USA|Eduscil
Event on 2017-11-25 09:00:00
The PMP® training course is designed to ensure that you pass the PMP exam on the first try. Our hands-on training approach, entrusted by 52,000 learners, will help you to understand the workings of the 5 process groups and 10 knowledge areas defined by the PMBOK® Guide—Fifth Edition. We guarantee you’ll walk away with all the preparation and confidence you need to conquer the exam and earn the PMP certification. Eduscil is conducting 4 days PMP certification training course in major cities in USA. Register for this 4-day PMP classroom training/4-day PMP Live Virtual classroom training course, spread over one weekdays and prepare for the PMP Exam from an expert trainer.  Features of our PMP Certification Training: Interactive classroom training session spread over two weekends Two Simulated PMP practice tests with 200 questions in each test Answers and explanations for all the practice questions Learn from an expert Project Management Trainer Get 35 Contact Hours PDU certificate Case studies in the classroom training session Life time access to PMP recorded session Help with PMP Exam Application Process Global Approvals and Accreditation Convenient classroom and online courses Courses conducted across the globe For more information about our Project Management training courses, please e-mail support@eduscil.com or Call Now! On +1 (713)-955-5753 We also deliver onsite training for corporate groups. Contact us for group/corporate_discount.15.00% for 3-4 people20.00% for 5-9 people30.00% for 10 and above people Visit us at PMP® Certification Training Course to know more about our certification training courses in Program Management, ITIL, IT Service Management, Quality Management, Agile, Scrum, and related fields. We conduct PMP certification training courses in Phoenix, Charlotte, Minneapolis, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix, Chicago, Washington, Los Angeles, Washington, Indianapolis, Dallas, San Diego, Baltimore and Richmond around USA… Please visit us at http://www.eduscil.com/ to know more about our professional certification training courses in India and across the globe. Please Contact Eduscil Solutions LLC: E-mail: support@eduscil.com or tony@eduscil.com Website: http://www.eduscil.com/ Call Us Now!: +1 (713)-955-5753

at Athens
You will get an email two days after you register with directions.
Athens, United States

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Improv Comedy: Empty Inside/Ballast Point
Event on 2017-12-15 21:00:00

DCH is your best source for improv, sketch and standup comedy in Dallas!  Shows 6 nights a week and classes always registering!

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@Dallascomedy on Twitter
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Outside food and drink are NOT permitted inside DCH.

All tickets are general admission, so seating is first come, first served.  Cast of show subject to adjustment without notice.  Seating begins about 30 minutes prior to the show.  

ALL UNCLAIMED TICKETS WILL BE RELEASED TO STANDBY CUSTOMERS WHEN THE SHOW BEGINS.

at DALLAS COMEDY HOUSE LLC
3025 Main St.
Dallas, United States

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The Green Sieve

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Some cool news live images:

The Green Sieve
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Image by kern.justin
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Gilded in the oak savanna.

In the leaning hills, where the summer sun turns the grassland to tinder, the savanna is a wind chime, rustling a harmonious lullaby like a new deck of cards in nimble fingers. Grasshoppers and mayflies and the chaff of newly dried seed catch in the sun. A dry, hot blizzard in an amber streetlamp.

The Arastradero Open Space Preserve is home to rattlesnakes, coyotes, and mountain lions and innumerable flavors of insects and birds, yet it is the trees that bring me here time and again. Before the axe and the wheel came to this land, enormous oak savannas like this one stretched across the midwest, the southwest and here along the west coast.

But the axe and the wheel did come and the savannas left. I like to think of the craggy and twisted forms that remain as wounded but unbent descendants of the stalwart soldiers who resisted the blade and the advance of civilization to hold the dusty California soil to the ground and to provide shade for the coyotes and mountain lions and rattlesnakes that weave through the tall grass of the American Veldt. As these sentinels slowly march from mother to child up and down the wind-tousled steppe, we flit about the outskirts of this preserve as insects, building and gnawing and living and dying. I hope that’s all we’ll ever do.

I came to the Arastradero preserve to connect with a particularly beautiful oak I’d passed (and photographed) on hikes before. I found her on the hillside as ever, arms outstretched, singing in the late evening breeze, fluttering fingers of bright green.

As I stood for a while here on the hillside, gilded in the afternoon, alone with my thoughts but for the oak and the whisper of the breeze and the hum-drum clicks and tweets of grassland animals, I thought, “I’ve been away too long,” and was reminded of Shel Silverstein’s The Giving Tree, and I’ve been thinking about it since.

I came back to the preserve to reconnect with a spot where I’d taken an old photo. Only now do I realize that same photograph was made nearly a year ago to the date. Oliver (who now runs and speaks and laughs) was with us then, asleep as an absolutely tiny three-month-old infant.

The change over the last year in Oliver provided, for me, a stark contrast with the constancy of the natural world, of these stalwart trees. How little they’ve changed. How little indeed will they change over the next century. Long may they roam on these hills and long may they feed my heart.
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In the leaning hills.

I’ve cared a great deal about taking photographs for a long time. When people ask me how long I’ve been “into” photography, I often don’t have an answer. I can vividly remember becoming interested in my father’s camera when I was a kid. No idea how old.

In point of fact, my mother was cleaning house recently and asked that I sort through some old papers of mine. Tucked in a bunch of junk were loads of old prints made with a Vivitar point and shoot given me by my parents sometime while I was in fifth grade. The landscape/candid ideas are all there, but the execution was a long way from developed (and often still is)!

I found a renewed passion for image making when I was in college and then again in graduate school, although if truth be told, it’s been relatively steady for most of my life and those moments of renewed energy are likely just an interpretation of mine in hindsight.

I often return to the question of “Why?” Why should photography feel a bit like breathing and why should I derive so much satisfaction from it? I have loads of standard answers that you see on photoblogs and photo news sites ad naseum, revolving around physical/emotional enjoyment and the risk/reward of creativity and sharing, but these are pretty unsatisfactory.

I’ll tell you that the social networking and community aspects of photography are not what drives me to carry a camera to beautiful places. Neither is building a portfolio of images what puts my feet out the door. Although I run this blog and make every effort to post frequently, I often find myself going to great lengths to make images I find interesting and then leaving them on the hard disk at home for months or years at a time.

This isn’t to say that I don’t enjoy every part of the process, from shooting to publishing; it’s just that, if those weren’t a feature of the photography/photoblog world, I would still shoot.

There is something about images and cameras that has always spoken to me, something in the process of making an extraordinary image that drives me across states and out of bed at strange hours. Images lie at the boundary between real and surreal, between ordinary and fantastic. They can tell the truth, they can lie, but good ones never let you know which. I find it thrilling to compare the different truths of the reality and the image made after. I like to imagine for a moment that the world is as strange as photographs make it seem, then I realize it’s far stranger.

I photograph because that’s who I am, it’s an authentic expression of myself. I mean authentic in the existential sense—that I am doing what comes naturally and being true to who I am. Sometimes explanations and reasons are trite and you just have to accept that you are what you are. Simply put, photography is.

Of course, existentialism takes for granted that, to the mind, the material world presents itself as incongruous and absurd. And maybe that’s what I find so damned rewarding about photography; the world is messy and strange and absurd, but there is a great harmony and undeniable humanity in standing amongst the nodding, tawny, and wind-threshed grain, catching on a wafer of silicon a few trillion photons that have spent eons bouncing around the interior of our sun, all the while inundated with the smells of flowering plants and buzzing insects, luring one another to sex and death in the burning heart of the afternoon, in the leaning hills.

Airmen learn how to react to Nuclear, Biological or Chemical
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Image by U.S. Army Korea (Historical Image Archive)
Produced by AFN Korea – "The Frontline Network"
afnkorea.net/

American Forces Network Korea broadcasts news, information and entertainment on radio and television to more than 60,000 Department of Defense servicemembers, civilians and their families serving in the Republic of Korea.

AFN Korea is a multiservice organization made up of Soldiers, Airmen, Sailors and Department of the Army and Korean civilian employees. The network is organized with its headquarters in Seoul and five broadcast detachments throughout the South Korean peninsula.

To learn more about living and serving in Korea with the US Army, visit: imcom.korea.army.mil

Join a social network with the US Military in Korea at www.myspace.com/imcomkorea

The Morning Calm Weekly command information newspaper is available online at imcom.korea.army.mil

11pm NBC News LIVE
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Image by npicturesk
NBC News doing some special cover about the "Green Day" to save energy.
Notice the building illuminated as green to celebrate about the "Green Day."

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the quiet path

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A few nice maroc images I found:

the quiet path
maroc
Image by mhobl
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Au soir tombant
maroc
Image by llyglad

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Casablanca Hotel

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Check out these casablanca hotels images:

Casablanca Hotel
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Image by shareski

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BMIR, 94.5FM

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Some cool radio station images:

BMIR, 94.5FM

Image by NCReedplayer
Black Rock City radio station…. Black Rock City radio station….

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Image by dsearls
Here the chopper is flying by Verdugo Mountain (backup site for some TV and radio stations, should Mt. Wilson go off — as well as the primary site for a few more), looking north toward the fire in the foothills by Tujunga.

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London is a vibrant city with thrill and bash happening in every corner of this city. Still there are some locations where life moves with so many events happening throughout the year. Visitors can choose to stay at Hotels in London near one of the tube stations, which will bring them an easy commutation facility. Besides, some of its tube stations are really famous and have a lot of things to do around. You can look for a suitable accommodation near tube stations suggested here, as they are plush with a huge range of options.

Hotels Near Westminster London:
Several famous hotels near Westminster Underground serve the visitors with luxury and cheap accommodations in London. These lodgings bring utter satisfaction to the travellers vacations with its financial range. Find a suitable lodging near this tube station, to have the amazing London attractions accessible on a foots distance like the Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, Jewel Tower and the Whitehall. Besides, you can look for some ongoing event near it, as it hosts numerous interesting events throughout the year.

Hotels Near Oxford Street:
Oxford Street is rich with options among the best five star London hotels and budget hotels near the Oxford Street. Your stay at this famous street of London will bring you to a rich shopping option at the Oxford Street, besides enjoying amazing theatrical shows at the London Palladium, located on a short foot from here.

Hotels Near Russell Square:
A stay at the hotels in russell square shall be a very rich source of pleasure for the visitors, whether they are looking for budget hotels in London or a luxuriously pleasure bringing five star hotels. Having chosen a befitting accommodation, you can walk around to reach the famous London attractions like the British Museum, Cornfield or a series of amazing museums located around this tube station. Besides, travelers can also see for the ongoing event Russell Square is hosting.

Hotels Near Knightsbridge:
A melange of hotels near Knights bridge can offer most satisfying stay in London through the vacations. Choose to stay at one of the bed and breakfast hotels if you have economic concerns. However you will also find leisure providing five to four star hotels. Travellers will get a proximity to the popular London attractions like Victoria and Albert Museum and Science Museum. Besides, shopping at Harrods will be a great experience near your accommodation.

Merycox is an associate editor to ukhotels4u, a website which offer cheap & best Hotels in London can be searched at http://www.ukhotels4u.com/

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‘Of Great Worth’ Benefit Dinner
Event on 2017-11-07 18:30:00
Join us for 5-star dining at Caf??Momentum to honor the work of Traffick911 and the 2017 Survivor of the Year.   You'll be inspired by our honoree's story, learn how Traffick911 works to free youth from sex trafficking and be encouraged to make a difference.    Dress: Business Attire Parking: Complimentary valet begins at 6:30pm Caf??Momentum — 2015 Dallas New Restaurant of the Year Dinner includes cultured cup Sri Lanka blend iced tea, Noble Coyote Coffee Roaster's Cafe Momentum Blend coffee and decaf.  Bottles of wine are available for purchase.

at Cafe Momentum
1510 Pacific Ave.
Dallas, United States

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