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Chief Scientist, Health announced

The new Chief Scientist, Health has been announced by the Scottish Government. Professor David Crossman will take up his post on 1st November 2017. The post heads the Chief Scientist Office (CSO).

Scottish Health & Social Care

Erlanger Health System is continuing President and CEO Kevin M. Spiegel’s, FACHE, plan to grow its way to success with the appointment of new Chief Strategy Officer Matthew A. 290 more words

Erlanger News

2017 CSO Women's Fall Fashion Preview

Ladies! Are you following all the Fall fashion trends?

#1: Florals are definitely a part of the Fall 2017 lineup.

However, unlike the florals we saw during Summer, the Fall is bringing us tones a little darker. 323 more words

2017 Fall

Vantage point: CSO Perspectives Conference

Security Advisor ME hosted its inaugural CSO Perspectives conference in Dubai, last month, bringing together thought leaders to discuss how information security leaders can work towards aligning current strategies with business objectives. 9 more words

ADVANCING DEMOCRATIC VALUES AMONG THE YOUTH

‘……. democracy, sustainable peace and conflict prevention cannot be achieved if youth, who make up more than half of the population are left behind….’

Every year, on the 15th of September, the world marks the International Day of Democracy, a day that provides an opportunity to review the state of democracy worldwide. 645 more words

Governance

We still need better property data

In the last couple of days I’ve been asked to comment on two issues around property data, both relating to vacancy (though we could easily have a similar discussion with regards to housing completions, homelessness, etc).  1,042 more words

Ireland

Goodbye to Cincinnati

The longest I lived anywhere was Cincinnati, where I settled in 1982.

Now, Jeanne and I are heading out to Charlotte, North Carolina, a city where I spent most of my high school years, where I worked as a political reporter for the Charlotte Observer, where I worked on an (unsuccessful) U.S. 2,762 more words

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