‘Overbooking’ in Espanyol against two or three more signings

first_imgoneAndrés Prieto fifteenDavid Lopez 26Pol Lozano 22Vargas 9Ferreyra 3. 4Victor Gomez elevenFrom Thomas 13Diego Lopez 6Lluís López 8Iturraspe With affiliate file twentyBernard 10Darder 7Wu Lei 5Naldo 24Calero 2. 3Barncenter_img Espanyol’s chips 12Calleri 17Didac 16Javi Lopez 31Campuzano twoPipe 18Corchia 19Piatti twenty-oneMarc Roca 4Victor Sanchez 14Melendo The battle against the Espanyol clock in the second round of LaLiga also moves to the market, where in a little over two weeks it must reinforce a template that, today, does not have enough free chairs to take a seat the signings that may come. The sports area seeks a far right (Ibai Gómez and Cristian Tello are the best placed) and a central (from Turkey they place Marcao near the Galatasaray), and also does not rule out if it arrives with time and salary margin, as AS has learned a midfielder. The ‘crux’ of the issue is found in the number of numbers. With the arrival of Raúl de Tomás, they are 24 those who already own, so only one free remains today. Y can be completed in a matter of weeks for the following reason: in the contract of Victor Gomez, canterano, figure that will feature professional record when playing 15 matches officers; He has five left. A viable solution, to avoid collapse, is to emulate the side what Víctor Campuzano and Pol Lozano already accepted in the preseason, that is, a salary according to your contract but keeping the subsidiary’s number.Precisely Lush, and there you can see how overbooking can affect not only the signings but also the day-to-day training with Abelardo Fernández, He changed last week dynamic of the first team for Espanyol B, with whom he played on Sunday in Andorra. 3Pedrosa What also seems clear is that it will be inevitable to give some way out. Gonzalo Ávila ‘Pipa’, by assignment, or Facundo Ferreyra they are emerging as candidates in a squad in which this season already they have had official minutes up to 33 players different.last_img read more

Nursing Board Reviews 5-Year Strategic Plan

first_imgA forum aimed at reviewing a five year (2012-2017) strategic plan of the Liberian Board for Nursing and Midwifery (LBNM) has begun in Monrovia.The five-day gathering will focus on political, economic, social, technological, environmental and legal issues. The forum is expected to also analyze and strengthen the weaknesses, opportunities and eliminate threats posed to the sector.Other areas to be considered will include the LBNM’s vision, mission and core value, guiding principles as well as key results and strategic goals. Professor Sebalda Leshabar, Dean of Nursing and Midwifery at the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, underscored the important role nurses play in the health sector and as such the strategic plan of the LBNM must be given key attention by its members.Dr. Leshabar, who is also facilitating the five-day midterm review, cautioned the participants to take keen interest in the strategic plan as they go through the discussions.She told the participants to get involved in the process and continue to collaborate with other partners, particularly lawmakers, to ensure that the plan becomes workable.LBNM’s Board Chairperson, Ms. Cecelia A. Morris, said the plan is to ensure continual improvement of service to the public in anticipation of future public needs and evaluation of performance.“It is also intended to create an environment that will allow professional and career development so that nurses and midwives are able to use their skills to enhance the patient experience, while working with their partners in health and social care,” Madam Morris indicated.Liberia’s Chief Nursing Officer, Mrs. Musu Washington, who was proxy for Health Minister Bernice Dahn, pledged the Ministry’s support, working with the LBNM to improve the professional and ethical skills of nurses across the country.The strategic plan was developed by the Ministry of Health, Deans of Universities, Civil Society Organizations (CSO) and local health training institutions.It was established in 1949 under the Nurse Practice Act of 1948. The Board began actual activities in 1952, when it started licensing practical nurses and midwives who were admitted as auxiliary members.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more