1. The Children's Center Trauma Seminar- Part II

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    Part II of The Children's Center Trauma Seminar focuses on the legalities and ethics of reporting on trauma and touches on the HIPAA laws that govern the release of certain information. It is presented by Bonnie Midget, Director of Public Relations at Primary Children’s Medical Center. Bonnie Midget has worked in public relations for more than 20 years, focusing on publications, media relations, and crisis management. She has also worked as a newspaper reporter and editor and has been an adjunct instructor at the University of Utah. Primary Children’s Medical Center is a regional pediatric hospital staffed and equipped to treat the most complex injury and illness. It is one of approximately 50 free-standing children’s hospitals in the United States and is listed in U.S. News and World’s Report among the best pediatric hospitals in the country.

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    • The Children's Center Trauma Seminar- Part I

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      Part I of the The Children's Center Trauma Seminar introduces the topic of trauma in children, media exposure and the impact of televised images on young lives. It is presented by Douglas F. Goldsmith, Ph.D., Executive Director and Chief Psychologist of The Children’s Center. Dr. Goldsmith has worked with the pre-school population in a clinical setting since the early 1980’s. Dr. Goldsmith has lectured widely along the Wasatch Front and participated with many organizations in developing strategies for providing a variety of services to young children and their families. He has published articles on the application of attachment theory to clinical practice, co-edited the book “Attachment Theory in Clinical Work with Children: Bridging the Gap between Research and Practice”, and holds adjunct faculty appointments at The University of Utah in the departments of Educational Psychology, Psychology, and Psychiatry. The Children's Center is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide comprehensive mental health care to enhance the emotional well being of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their familes.

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      • SFA Sept. 2010 Davao seminar day 1

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        Society of Filipino Archivists September 2010 Davao seminar day 1

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        • CHILDREN'S CANCER AWARENESS - Video Slideshow - Avant Vid Professional Videography

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          A video slideshow to raise awareness for CHILDREN'S CANCER RESEARCH. Originally screened at an economic seminar at UCLA Royce Hall, the proceeds of which were donated to cancer research. Produced by AVANTVID | http://www.avantvid.com Visit our DEMO page at http://avantvid.com/landing/demo Email: avant@avantvid.com Tel: 1-818-553-1414

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          • The Children's Center Trauma Seminar

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            Protecting Families with Young Children: Trauma Awareness Seminar for reporters, editors, producers, general managers, journalists and publishers. Presented August 24, 2010, by The Children's Center and in partnership with Primary Children's Medical Center, the goal of this seminar was to add value to the important work done by the media by sharing the latest statistics and data on the effects of trauma, local trauma resources, and how journalists can play a critical role in mitgating the impact of traumatic events. The Children's Center is a nonprofit agency that, since 1962, has been treating families with children birth to eight who are experiencing mild to severe emotional and behavioral problems. In 2009, The Children's Center became a member of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network, whose mission is to improve quality, effectiveness and availability of services for children and families who experience traumatic events. For more information, visit us online at tccslc.org.

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            • Snowball of Thoughts

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              This is a presentation made for seminar Haasteena tulevaisuus held at the Agora Center of University of Jyväskylä on the 30th of November 2010.

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              • The Hunting Footprint of Amazonian Forests: Implications to Ecosystem Structure

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                Presented by Dr. Carlos Peres, Senior Fellow, Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment, University of East Anglia, November 30, 2010, Texas A&M University. Fall 2010 Applied Biodiversity Science Seminar Series: http://biodiversity.tamu.edu/ABS_seminars.html I investigate nearly continental scale patterns of game vertebrate biomass across a large network of sampling sites surveyed over two decades throughout lowland Amazonia and the Guianan Shields. Macroecological patterns at different spatial scales are examined in terms of the historical and environmental determinants of habitat patch occupancy and species turnover. I first examine the extent and scale of the game vertebrate harvest across Amazonia. Patterns of frugivore abundance in structurally undisturbed forest sites are then explained in terms of key determinants of population densities, including forest type, floristic diversity, forest hydrology, rainfall seasonality, soil fertility and degree of hunting pressure. Regional scale estimates of aggregate frugivore biomass are highly variable and crucially dependent on the interaction between baseline habitat productivity and levels of offtake. On the basis of a large number of tree plots, I then estimate the consequences of persistent defaunation to forest structure and composition, and ultimately the magnitude of forest ecosystem services foregone by the chronic depletion of large-bodied vertebrate frugivores.

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                • gotita. - A 30 second short film

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                  My Final Assignment for the Animation Seminar course done during an exchange programme at the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. for more information please visit my animation Blog: http://santiagomontesdeoca.blogspot.com thank you for watching =)

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                  • Peter Phillippo Seminar

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                    A unique opportunity to hear from one of the UK’s most experienced and respected Chartered Quantity Surveyors Peter Phillippo speaks on: The Quantum Expert in Dispute Resolution – Reflections from London On the 16th November the Building Disputes Tribunal (NZ) Ltd and Kensington Swan Lawyers jointly hosted a free seminar evening. As a number of you could not attend in person we have recorded the talk for you to view on our site.

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