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GOOD NEWS: Permian Basin Great 25 Nurses Award Winners

first_img Stephanie Potter,Odessa RegionalLactation Consultant WhatsApp By OA Life – May 9, 2021 Tracey Hall,Midland MemorialRN Wound/Ostomy Care Jessica McBryde,Midland Memorial, RN ICU Tanta Hulsey,Midland MemorialClinical Manager ICU GOOD NEWS: Permian Basin Great 25 Nurses Award Winners Jessica Booth,Permian RegionalDirector of Risk Management and Medical Staff Coordinator Natalie Sandell,Medical CenterDivision Director of Nursing Administration Andres Barraza,Midland MemorialClinical Manager PCU Lindsey Jones,Midland MemorialRN NICU Previous articleHART: Bill and Melinda Gates foundation crumblesNext articleGUEST VIEW: Legislation doesn’t make sense OA Life Victor Miramontes,Midland MemorialClinical Manager ICU Facebook Lori Hammond,TTUHSCAssociate Professor CommunityGood NewsLocal News Pinterest WhatsApp Michaela Moore,Odessa RegionalRN Labor & Delivery Natalea “Grace” Mints,Midland Memorial, RN ICU Tonya Martin,Odessa RegionalDirector of Emergency Services Rebecca Rhodes,Ector County ISDDirector of Nursing and Health Services Norma Sanchez,Midland MemorialRN PACU Facebook 1 of 24 Twitter Permian Basin Great 25 Nurses Board of Directors recently announced local and area nurse award winners. Also nominated, Kenda Land, not pictured, Midland Women’s Clinic, Registered Nurse. For more information or to view winners bios, visit www.pbgreat25.com. Nataly Tarango,Midland MemorialRN Post Surgical Unit Shawn Nethery,Ward MemorialChief Nursing Officer Val Sparks,Midland MemorialInfection Control and Prevention Coordinator Twitter Venus Skeen,Midland HealthPremier PhysiciansNurse Practitioner JoAnne Enderson,Midland MemorialClinical Manager NICU Samantha Rodriguez,Scenic MountainEmployee Health Nurse James Meeks,Permian RegionalRN Medical/Surgical TAGSPermian Basin Great 25 Nurses Pinterest Lindsey Glasscock, Odessa RegionalEmployee Health Nurse Gordon Mattimoe,Andrews County Health Dept.Nurse Practitionerlast_img read more

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IPL 2020 cracks the whip on no-balls; to have specialist umpires!

first_imgAdvertisement yNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs8jjqxWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre Er3( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 1aaakwWould you ever consider trying this?😱geq3Can your students do this? 🌚eqvRoller skating! Powered by Firework The IPL has always been a crown jewel for the BCCI and the cricket board definitely milks to make the most out of cricket. The errors in umpiring are becoming a serious issue and keeping that in mind, the BCCI are planning to bring in a ‘specialist’ umpire only to monitor no balls. The IPL Governing Council, in their meeting, discussed the scenario, but are keen to try out at domestic tournaments first.Advertisement Image: QuoraA member of the Governing Council, confirmed this development and stated the decision on extra umpires are being taken to reduce the errors.“There will be a specialised umpire for this, who will work in co-ordination with the on-field umpires and the third umpire. This is an effort to reduce errors,” he said.Advertisement However, before introducing in the biggest stage of T20 they are looking to imply in Ranji Trophy first.“It can be tried out in any tournament, even in Ranji Trophy. We will discuss it further and see how it goes.”Advertisement Yesterday, The Council members discussed the new ‘Power Player’ concept in which the teams will be allowed to substitute a player at the fall of a wicket or at the end of an over at any point in the game.But that new rule won’t come soon as a top Board official confirmed that it won’t be implemented in next year’s IPL 2020, due to ‘shortage of time’.“We are exploring all the options and a decision will be taken over the course of time. The idea is to make the tournament fan-friendly, and we will take every suggestion into consideration. But Power Player may not be used in the next edition of the IPL due to lack of time,” the official said. Advertisementlast_img read more

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Jasprit Bumrah reveals the secret to send Steve Smith to the pavilion!

first_imgImage Courtesy: AP/GettyAdvertisement c9otNBA Finals | Brooklyn VstjknWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E2h( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 09o9Would you ever consider trying this?😱9mege0iCan your students do this? 🌚a6rcjt2Roller skating! Powered by Firework Steve Smith, the talisman and former captain of the Australian Cricket Team. A devastating batsman, former world no. 1 in Test cricket and currently ranked second only behind Virat Kohli. Surely, a nightmare for the opposition bowlers. However, what is the secret to send the heavy hitter walking from the 22 yards? The classified information comes straight from Team India’s superstar pacerm the one and only Jasprit Bumrah!Advertisement Image Courtesy: AP/GettyAfter a period of four months away from the field due to an injury, Bumrah is set to make a comeback tomorrow as India is taking on Sri Lanka in the upcoming T20 series.Just ahead of tomorrow’s game at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati, the 26 year old were speaking about his career under the captaincy of both Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virat Kohli. The Gujrat seamer, who has secured 51 T20 and 104 ODI wickets since his international debut in 2016, remembered his first dismissal in the latter format, which was none other than Steve Smith.Advertisement In an interview with Hindustan Times, Bumrah said: “My first one-day wicket is Steve Smith. There’s no particular way that you get a batsman out.” Speaking of the 30 year old Aussie, Bumrah let out a trick to get Smith’s wicket in a match.Advertisement He continued: “You study what the wicket is doing, then select the best option. What I look to do against any good batsman, is to have patience.”When asked about any potential player that he sees as an immediate rival, Bumrah suggested otherwise: “I don’t look at it that way, no. I enjoy fast bowling. I am not the kind of guy who will get jealous.”“If good fast bowling is happening, I will always watch and I will have fun. Even if somebody is bowling really well against us,” he added.Although the Mumbai Indians star’s rise to fame was in the Indian Premier League, Bumrah added that its the Test format that he is the most fond of: “If you do well in Tests, you can do well in any format. Because people saw me in the IPL first, they think that’s what made me.”Also read-Virat Kohli and Jasprit Bumrah make the Wisden T20I team of the decadeJasprit Bumrah to make comeback in the nets ahead of India – West Indies ODI match Advertisementlast_img read more