Johns Hopkins University Save Sr. Research Program Coordinator The Center for Public Health and Human Rights isseeking aSr. Research Program Coordinatorwho willbe responsible for coordinating an online research study toevaluate access to COVID-19 testing, experiences, and social andhealth impacts of the pandemic among transgender and non-binarypeople in the U.S. This study is a supplementary study to theAmerican Cohort to Study HIV Acquisition among Transgender Women inHigh Risk Areas (aka, the LITE Study), which takes place in six UScities.The Sr. Research Program Coordinator should beable to manage many of the following tasks in a self-directed,independent manner. The Sr. Research Program Coordinator will trackproject-related work, and assist with other duties asrequired.Duties/Responsibilitiesinclude:Collaborate with study Principal Investigator,faculty, community investigators, and staff at Johns Hopkins andcollaborating partners to support projectplanning.Coordinate day-to-day operations of thestudy.Assist in the preparation of annual IRB progressreportsLiaise with and provide reports to the NIH datacoordinating centerConduct training and refresher training for datacollection staff.Monitor and regular quality control checks ofsurvey and lab data.Provide SARS-CoV-2 test counseling support tostudy participants and communication with the laboratory to supportspecimen collection/shipping and receipt of testresultsCoordinate with software programmer and stafffor testing and troubleshooting of data management system and studyapp.Assist in the preparation of existing grantreports and new grant applications.Serve as a liaison with funding agencies,sponsors, and research collaborators.Oversee project compliance with human subjects’regulations at JHU.Oversee 2-3 research assistants, asneeded.Organize and manage original data files forresearch analyses.Draft and prepare annual and quarterly programreports and work plans.Collaborate with financial staff in the review,processing and reconciling of invoices andreimbursements.Occasionally mentor/supervise interns andstudents collaborating on the study.Coordinate and contribute to researchmanuscripts.Organize meetings, conferences, andseminars.Work with other study coordinators to supportoverall study implementation, as needed.MinimumQualifications:Bachelor’s degree in related disciplineand three (3) years related experiencerequired.Additional education may substitute for requiredexperience, to the extent permitted by the JHU equivalencyformula.JHU Equivalency Formula: 30 undergraduate degreecredits (semester hours) or 18 graduate degree credits maysubstitute for one year of experience. For jobs where equivalencyis permitted, up to two years of non-related college course workmay be applied towards the total minimum experience required forthe respective job.PreferredQualifications: Master’s degree in publichealthAdditional Knowledge, Skills, andAbilities:At least one year of research experience withtransgender or LGBTQI populationsExperience in researchimplementationSuccessful candidates will be high energy,creative, proactive, flexible, and outgoing, with the provencapacity to work quickly and accurately, both independently andwith a small team of dedicatedprofessionals.Ability to problem solve, to work comfortably ina fast-paced environment, to be responsible and accountable forwork, and to effectively prioritize managing multiple projectswhile setting and meeting demandingdeadlines.Excellent interpersonal and communication skillsto work with a wide variety of audiences, including writtencommunication, publishing in peer-reviewed journals, and presentingat national conferences.Highly efficient computer skills required (e.g.Word, Excel, and PowerPoint).Experience working with IT staff, social media,and online database development andmaintenance.Experience working with a statistical softwarepackage (e.g. SPSS, SAS, STATA), including demonstrated competencyin manipulating variables, an understanding of large scaleresearch, and demonstrated accuracy in interpreting and reportingprevalence estimates and other statistical data, includingreporting for lay audiences.PhysicalRequirements:Sitting, standing and walking for extended period.Reaching by extending hand(s) or arm(s) in any direction. Fingerdexterity required to manipulate objects with fingers rather thanwith whole hand(s) or arm(s). Ability to move standard equipmentthrough a hospital or lab/workenvironment.WorkingConditions:This position will be remote until normal campusactivities resume.ClassifiedTitle: Sr. Research Program CoordinatorWorking Title: Sr. Research Program CoordinatorRole/Level/Range:ACRP/03/MBStarting SalaryRange:$38,920.00-$53,520.00;Commensurate withexperienceEmployee Group:Full TimeSchedule:Monday – Friday, 8:30am-5:00pmExempt Status: ExemptLocation:School of Public Health, East BaltimoreCampusDepartment Name:EpidemiologyPersonnel Area:School of PublicHealthThe successfulcandidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employmentbackground check.If you are interested inapplying for employment with The Johns Hopkins University andrequire special assistance or accommodation during any part of thepre-employment process, please contact the HR Business ServicesOffice [email protected] For TTY users, call via MarylandRelay or dial 711.The followingadditional provisions may apply depending on which campus you willwork. 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The ban imposed on ‘bajri’ (riverbed sand) mining in Rajasthan took an ugly turn with the sand mafia allegedly beating a 50-year-old sarpanch to death in Sawai Madhopur district on Thursday. Raghuveer Singh Meena, sarpanch of Hathdoli village, was killed when he went to the Bouli area to check loading of sand illegally dug out of the Banas river.His body was cremated in his native village on Friday. Police registered a case of murder against 21 persons, including nine accused. People involved in illegal sand mining, armed with sticks and stones, attacked Mr. Meena, who was accompanied by a team of Mining Department and a few policemen. The accused hurled stones on the officials when they entered the land in Hindpura village and forced them to retreat. ‘Bled to death’In the melee, Mr. Meena was injured by a stone and fell on the ground. The assailants fled and a profusely bleeding Sarpanch was rushed to a hospital in Sawai Madhopur. He was later referred to Jaipur, but he succumbed to his injuries.
The Punjab Cabinet on Friday decided to amend the Punjab State Legislature (Prevention of Disqualification) Act, 1952, under which advisers to the Chief Minister for planning and political matters will not be disqualified for holding offices of profit.The Bill amending Section 2 of the Act will be presented in the coming session of the State Assembly, an official statement said.Notably, the Punjab State Legislature (Prevention of Disqualification) Act, 1952, had been enacted in terms of Article 191 of the Constitution of India, to declare certain offices of profit as not being eligible to disqualify the holders from being members of the State legislature.“The said Act has undergone minor amendments from time to time. However, such amendments have not taken into account the complexity of modern day governance. Further, these amendments have not taken into account the reports and studies of the various parliamentary committees which addressed the issue of office of profit. Therefore, the Cabinet felt there is a need to amend Section 2 of the Punjab State Legislature (Prevention of Disqualification) Act, 1952,” said the statement.The Punjab government had in September this year appointed six Minister-rank advisers to the Chief Minister. Five Congress MLAs were given the status of Cabinet Ministers while the sixth was given the rank and status of a Minister of State. The move had invited severe criticism from the Opposition. Fee Act amendmentThe Cabinet, which held its meeting here under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Amarinder Singh also gave its approval to amend the Punjab Regulation of Fee of Unaided Educational Institutions Act, 2016, to provide a mechanism for regulating the fee of unaided educational institutions.
Read Next Center Jusuf Nurkic, who came to Portland in a trade a handful of days before the All-Star break, went on to average 15.2 points, 10.4 rebounds and 1.9 blocks in 20 games with the Blazers. Portland was 14-5 with the 7-footer in the starting lineup.Portland made the playoffs for the fourth straight season, but fell in the opening round to the Warriors.This season, Portland is in the thick of the race. Lillard leads the team with 26.1 points per game, sixth in the league, while also averaging 6.6 assists. Backcourt teammate CJ McCollum is averaging 21.7 points, and Nurkic is at 14.1 points and 8.2 rebounds.Stotts was asked just before the break whether he was happy with the team’s position.“We’ve got a lot of work ahead of us. We’ve got a lot of teams out there fighting for playoff spots,” the coach said. “It’s not about where we are. It’s about where we’re headed.” Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH MOST READ Afterward, Lillard sounded like he was taking it upon himself to improve the Blazers’ playoff position.“Each season, it’s always a few teams that fall by the wayside and we’ve just got to make sure we’re not one of them,” he said. “As a leader, I’ve got to be the guy to lead that charge.”In 2015-16, Portland was 27-27 at the All-Star break after winning eight of nine games going into it. The Blazers finished the regular season 44-38 and in fifth place in the West. They got past the Clippers in the first round of the playoffs before falling to the Warriors in the conference semifinals.Last season, Portland lost three straight games to go into the break at 23-33. Shortly thereafter, an overtime loss at Detroit put them 11 games under .500.But in March, Portland caught fire and went 13-3, best in the NBA. Lillard was named the conference’s Player of the Month, averaging 29.1 points, 4.4 rebounds, 6.0 assists and 1.4 steals in 16 games. Terry Stotts was named Coach of the Month.ADVERTISEMENT “I mean, I think that’s in the back of our minds. We know that we’re usually a better team in the second half of the season,” Portland guard Damian Lillard said. “We can’t just go into it saying, ‘All right, we’re always good at this part of the season.’ I think mentally we have to understand how close of a race it is and that we’ve got to be sharp all the way through.”Portland is 32-26 at the break, tied for sixth in the West, which is better off than it was last season at the same point.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSLillard, Anthony lead Blazers over ThunderSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBut the Blazers are one of five teams in the West with 26 losses. The Warriors and Houston Rockets sit comfortably atop the standings with the next eight teams jostling for position.The Blazers headed into the All-Star Game with a 123-117 victory over Golden State, snapping a seven-game losing streak to the Warriors. Lillard had 44 points, his third straight game with 39 or more and the best scoring stretch of his career. His 133 points over the last three games is the best such run in franchise history. LATEST STORIES Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC NEXT BLOCK ASIA 2.0 introduces GURUS AWARDS to recognize and reward industry influencers Slow and steady hope for near-extinct Bangladesh tortoises 2 ‘newbie’ drug pushers fall in Lucena sting FILE – In this Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 file photo, Portland Trail Blazers guard Damian Lillard, right, dribbles past Los Angeles Clippers forward Wesley Johnson during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Los Angeles. The Trail Blazers have been known for their post-All-Star break revivals for the past two seasons. Those late-season rallies will no doubt be an ongoing theme in the congested Western Conference playoff race once Portland resumes the season on Friday, Feb. 23,2018 in Utah. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill, File)PORTLAND, Ore. — The Trail Blazers have enjoyed post-All-Star break revivals the past two seasons.Those late-season rallies will no doubt be an ongoing theme in the congested Western Conference playoff race once Portland resumes play on Friday in Utah.ADVERTISEMENT Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding Globe Business launches leading cloud-enabled and hardware-agnostic conferencing platform in PH AFP official booed out of forum Struggling Hornets fire general manager amid 24-33 season View comments
Srinagar, Dec 30 (PTI) The police had done an appreciable job in probing the cases related to terrorism and law-and- order over the last one year in Jammu and Kashmir, which had helped bring the perpetrators of the crimes to justice, Director General of Police (DGP) S P Vaid said here today.He was addressing the police personnel at a programme held in DPL, Srinagar.”I am proud of the achievements of the Jammu and Kashmir police personnel, whose efforts have brought laurels. The work and dedication of our police have been recognised by the citizens of the country and top functionaries of the government.”The police have done an appreciable job in investigating the cases related to terrorism, law-and-order in the past one year, which has helped bring the perpetrators of the crimes to justice,” the DGP said.Highlighting the welfare measures taken by the police with the help of the state government, Vaid said some proposals with regard to rank promotions and health were under the consideration of the government.He added that he and his team would continue to strive for more welfare measures in the coming year.Vaid said the Centre had agreed in principle to provide funds for the construction of 3,000 quarters at Srinagar and 2,000 at Jammu for the safe housing of police personnel.For their work, 93 officers and jawans were decorated with ranks and conversion orders of 146 special police officers (SPOs) as constables were distributed on the occasion.Meanwhile, at another function, Vaid expressed the desire that the kin of those policemen killed in action be invited as chief guests and honoured at police-public partnership programmes.advertisementSpeaking at the valedictory function of the Zonal Police Level Sports Festival-2017, held at the Sher-i-Kashmir indoor stadium here, where Zohra Rashid, the daughter of assistant sub-inspector of police Abdul Rashid Shah, who was killed by militants in south Kashmirs Anantnag in August, was the chief guest, the DGP complimented the police for inviting her. PTI SSB RC
The aim is to improve the relationship between citizens and police. The training course is an initiative of the JCC’s Civic Affairs and Inner-city Development Committees. Programme participants were trained in the areas of conflict management. Story Highlights The relationship between the police and residents of several inner-city communities should see marked improvement following their participation in the Jamaica Chamber of Commerce’s (JCC) Youth Leadership Training Programme.Held in collaboration with the University College of the Caribbean (UCC), the training course is an initiative of the JCC’s Civic Affairs and Inner-city Development Committees.The aim is to improve the relationship between citizens and police, in order to reduce crime and to provide residents with the skills to contribute to the development of their communities.Members of the 57th cohort of the programme were presented with certificates during a graduation ceremony, held at the JCC’s offices in Kingston, on October 3. The group successfully completing the course comprised 38 youth, as well as five members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) and two from the Island Special Constabulary Force (ISCF).Programme participants were trained in the areas of conflict management, interpersonal skills, human relations, employability skills, community leadership, entrepreneurship and marketing, and family life, over a six-week period.First Vice President of the JCC, Warren McDonald, said the relationship between the citizens and the police has the potential to be productive or problematic.“At the level of the society, we need that relationship to be a productive and mutually respectful one that will contribute to facilitating the environment for economic and social development,” he said.Chairman of the Civic Affairs/Inner-city Development Committees, Sameer Younis, said he was happy that the programme brings the police and the youth together, “so they now understand each other and can bring about some peace.”He told the participants that they have received an opportunity to empower themselves, and urged them to become economically independent and to focus on personal development, particularly proper family life and family values.