ByeBye human race unless you can help us find medical word's top 10 World Record Jobs Creators 9 8 7 ...Ironically knowledge of the curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution - as the net generation's opportunity to collaborate in human sustainability peaked in 1984 - unless you can help World Record Jobs Creators retrieve it now - thanks chris macrae wash dc text 240 316 8157 Anyone seriously transparent about affordable global health and sustainability needs to develop segments of health services and then decide whether an integrated service is still to have place boundaries. THE BLOCKCHAIN WARS. New media is always a battle between the forces for evil who linkin fast and those who needed to open space for a deeper social order (which takes time). Understanding blockchain mapping will also be absolutely essential: it may be how sustainability's last call is won by little sisters or lost to big brothers. these are the most exciting times to be alive.. 4 markets human sustainability depends on health & . linkedin UNwomens - question collab blog editors: washington DC

china; Qatar bangladesh and asean ghana france india


good news china's robot teachers assistants will soon be better at diagnosis than 99% of docs. china

online library of norman record jobs creators: sir fazle abed .. jim kim.JKU. larry brilliant.. gerge soros..paul farmer .leana wen .BillionGirlsBoys network

Sunday, October 6, 2019

level ex is a hub of how video gaming genre can train doctors- what other skills have serious game space

what unicorns could the ,arlet of health celebrate if unicorns were designed round affordable livelihood training youth need to be the sdg generation

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Opioid Crisis Made Worse for People Living in Rural Counties


The opioid epidemic has devastated the country, with more than 42,000 Americans dying because of an opioid overdose in 2016 alone. The problem is widespread plaguing cities and rural areas alike. Read More

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

sanitation value chain

help us understand what are benchmark value solutions at different price points and as a function of infrastructure and ecological costs is proposed by business call to action as optimum eg for many regions in India -filenotes received today

singapore's worldtoilet benchmarks various solutions worldwide

in both cases we have contacts at leadership level if you have serous Q&A

Friday, September 13, 2019

time to sack half the people at the fda and top politicians of bot bipolar parties at dept of health

failed on preventing flavors and vaping as even more deal than  cigarettes

failed on opiods- today the brand of baby hea;lth acre stands accused of marketing the ingredient that made opiod 20- tmes more addictive as well as not keeping asbesos out of a product it marketed for babies and womens bottoms #metoo -as do all the big sad brands of  last big box retail sector that it smeed to make sense to have real instead of virtual outlets

failed on affordable drug innovation

completely misunderstand that  transparency of big public data is what ai of health for all depends on-dont blame china on the loss of american greatness blame the fda and every member of congress who has accepted money from vested interests making american healthcare double the cost of other comparable "smart" nations
a great american failure

opportunity ai of health can renew youth safety and innovation in every community- so far this century what has america actually innovated that the rest of the world needs to trade let alone our children need to learn

once we have sorted out the fda it will be time to put a tenth of congress in jail for not telling the truth on climate or on local safety crises eg automatic guns- there is no excuse for being personally funded by people who make money killing off our youth and the world's sustainability

there is a probably cancer causing chemical in zantac- ok its low level but how did it get there

and as for national institites of health sittiing on the fence - sad very sad- if a country's doctors dont lead conscoiusness thge nation has nowehere safe to trust

GRONK estimates he had 20 concussions
failure of the american game (football) to design rules that end nfl players life expectancy being 10 year less than any other fit network of americans-failure of all major tv networks to support the superstars who generate its profits

how montgomery works with ice - lack of mental health of racial integration - incompetent montgomery ceo - honest but totally misadvised on how to commuicate on fubdamental matters of public safety and health

4th amendment out of date-
madness michelle malkin  - see also economistasia and economistisrael

malaria vaccine stated testing with 300000 kenyans today

Friday, August 30, 2019

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Director's Desk Update
The Opioid Crisis: The United States and Canada's Fentanyl Epidemic

This month, we are featuring the analysis prepared by our summer staff  intern, Morgan Leung. -Laura 

The United States and Canada are the first and second largest per capita consumers of opioids in the world respectively.[1] Over the past few years, the availability of illicitly manufactured fentanyl (IMF) in Canada and the United States has jumped and, with as little as 2 mg of fentanyl representing a potentially fatal dose, the number of opioid-related deaths has correspondingly increased. Most illicit fentanyl in North America comes from China.
While low doses of fentanyl are prescribed by medical professionals to relieve pain, IMF is often laced with, or used to cut, other opioids such as heroin or cocaine which not only heightens an opioid’s potency but also the risk of a fatal overdose. The majority of drug consumers are not aware that their drug supply contains fentanyl. This is what makes the fentanyl epidemic particularly frightening and dangerous to habitual drug consumers.
Since 2016, there have been over 10,000 opioid-related deaths in Canada. British Columbia has experienced the highest number of fatal overdoses at a rate of 30.6 deaths per 100,000 population in 2018, more than double the national death rate.[2] The fentanyl epidemic has claimed the lives of over 60,000 Americans since IMF first made its way into the United States in 2013. The U.S. national average is 21.7 deaths per 100,000 population, with Wisconsin and Ohio being hit the hardest by the epidemic at rates of 57.8 and 46.3 per 100,000 population respectively.[3]
From a gendered perspective, the fentanyl epidemic disproportionately affects young men. The majority of victims are men between 25 and 39 years of age.[4] Researchers have speculated that this imbalance is due to the fact that men are more likely to consume drugs alone, putting them at risk of not receiving critical help if they experience an overdose or other health complications.[5]
Canada’s policy focus has been on the demand side of the issue and addressing the reasons why people consume opioids. Safe consumption sites (SCSs) have played an integral role in Canada’s response to the fentanyl epidemic. At an SCS, drug consumers can have their drugs checked for the presence of fentanyl, medical professionals are on standby to monitor drug consumers for overdoses and administer naloxone when needed. It is hoped that SCSs in tandem with addiction awareness campaigns will help to break the stigma surrounding addiction and drug consumption in Canada.
The United States has chosen to focus on the supply side of the issue, in part because methods to address the demand side have come across as sanctioning drug misuse. The U.S. government has some funding available for state-run addiction programs, but they have yet to decriminalize SCSs or implement safeguards to protect bystanders. Bystanders, who are sometimes drug consumers, may be afraid to call 911 because they could be charged with drug-related crimes themselves. Actions to protect bystanders have primarily taken place at the state-level with more than 30 states implementing Good Samaritan Laws.[6] Several cities such as Seattle, Denver, New York City, and most recently, Philadelphia have petitioned to open SCSs, but they have faced considerable backlash from the federal government.
Even before IMF came into prominence, opioid misuse and related deaths had been steadily on the rise in both Canada and the United States as a result of doctors increasingly prescribing opioids to treat acute pain disorders.[7] To counteract these trends effectively, both countries need to work to address the demand side aspects of the crisis, rather than wait for other countries to curb the supply.

Woodrow Wilson Awards: Toronto, October 3, 2019

To celebrate the best of the Canada-U.S. relationship, Canada Institute is delighted to host an awards dinner in honour of the Honourable John Manley and the Honorable Tom Ridge on Thursday, October 3 in Toronto.

Sponsorship commitments continue to be strong! We have achieved more than 60 percent of our fundraising goal. Thanks to CIBC, Power Corporation of Canada, CAE Inc.Aecon, Andrew Peller Limited, Agrium Inc.,Bennett Jones, BMO Financial Group, Bombardier, Bell Canada,Business Council of Canada, Brookfield Partners Foundation, Clearwater, Enbridge/Union Gas, FaskenHarvard Developments,Husky Group of Companies, Manulife, Maple Leaf Foods Inc.,McCarthy T├ętraultSaputoScotiabankThomson-Reuters, and Vancouver Airport Authority.

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Global Fellows Appointments

We are excited to welcome to Dr. Laurie Trautman and Dr. Roy Norton to the Canada Institute! We look forward to their collaboration on border and trade issues as well as diplomacy and global governance. 
Dr. Laurie Trautman,
Director, Border Policy Research Institute, Western Washington University
Dr. Roy Norton,
Diplomat-in-Residence, Balsillie School of International Affairs


  • Director Laura Dawson went on CBC’s Power and Politics to discuss the complex Canada-United States-China relationship. In the interview, she argues that “like-minded trading countries – Canada, the US, the European Union, etc.” need to have one “broad-based consensus” and present one, unified front. 
  • Following Ambassador MacNaughton’s announcement that he would be leaving his post at the end of August, Director Laura Dawson reflected on his integral role in Washington, DC in an interview with CBC’s Power and Politics. She likened him to the “quarterback” for Team Canada because he “led Canada through extremely challenging times here in Washington”. She also mentioned her confidence in interim Ambassador Kirsten Hillman and the status of the USMCA.
  • Director Laura Dawson went on Global News following an announcement that a series of hand-written notes were exchanged between Prime Minister Trudeau and President Trump in 2017. Dawson says it is not uncommon for world leaders to write handwritten notes or to go off script, and that Trudeau responded in the right way. 
  • Global Fellow Eric Miller appeared on Global News’ Danielle Smith Show to discuss rising tensions between Hong Kong protesters and Hong Kong police forces. He reflects on relations between Hong Kong and China, as well as what the future might hold for Canadian expats and foreign owned businesses.
  • Several First Nations Chiefs argue that it is possible to work with the oil and gas industry to ensure environmental and economic prosperity in a new Op-Ed. While not easy, they argue that Enbridge addressed their concerns and observed their traditions and customs to ensure a “respectful” dialogue. In the end, they were recognized as key stakeholders, the project offered more than 1,000 jobs to Indigenous people, and First Nation citizen-owned businesses saw an increase in revenue. The hope is that First Nations communities in the United States will be able to have the same positive experience with the company.

    For more information on how dialogue can improve between Indigenous communities and oil and gas companies, watch a recap of our 2018 event on Indigenous Involvement in North Americas Energy Future: 

Friday, July 12, 2019

america has special bur underused laws on rogue companies- the biggest corporate player in the opiods rragedy should be closed down- every other celebroty eg the sacksville should be personally disgraced- eg dont accept their arts sponsiorship
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    Representative, West Virginia's 1st Congressional district
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    Senator, New Hampshire
  • Dr. Marian ShermanAnesthesiologist and Director of Clinical Operations, Acute Pain Service Faculty, George Washington University Hospital
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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

important clues on preventing dangers of bird flu  Ayato Takada is a virologist who tracks down new and mysterious strains of disease. He recently discovered an antibody that can fight Ebola. We asked him about studying viruses on the front lines.

Monday, April 15, 2019

Pill testing warrants assessment in careful pilot programmes
  • March 2019
  • Internal Medicine Journal 49(4):419-421
  • DOI: 
  • 10.1111/imj.14258
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paul's work is absolutely pivotal for youth who want health to be for everyone - he's also huge in australia helping graduates do gap years abroad and trying to advance global reconciliation network out of monash uni melbourne