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100 – 12420 No.1 Road, Richmond, BC V7E 6N2
Phone: 604.285.9888
Fax: 604.285.9889
www.healthvuemedical.com
January 9, 2019
Dear Patients,
I am writing to let you know I will be phasing out my Family Practice. I will no longer be seeing
patients on Tuesdays. I will, however, continue to see patients on Fridays until the Spring.
Please be assured that my staff and I will do everything we can to make the transition as smooth
as possible. Some of my very capable colleagues will be able to absorb some of my patients.
Unfortunately, they do not have capacity to take on everyone.
For those patients HealthVue is unable to continue to see, I recommend that you begin looking
for a new physician as soon as possible. Our MOA’s can provide you with a list of physicians’ in
the area.
Please note, by law we cannot share your medical information without your written consent.
Once you have found a new Physician, please let us know and we will have you sign an
authorization form before releasing your medical records at no cost.
It has been a great pleasure providing for your health care needs over the years and I have greatly
valued our relationship. I’d like to thank you for your understanding and please feel free to
contact me at the clinic if you have any questions or concerns.
I wish you continued good health and all the best in the coming years.
Sincerely,
Dr. Essam Hamza

Congratulations on your admission to Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine! We are looking
forward to meeting all of you!
One of the most exciting things about your training will be working with patients and perfecting your
clinical skills. Basic medical equipment will be required for participation in Doctoring labs, later on
rotations, and in a few short years when you’re a physician! Luckily, Touro University is able to offer you
a medical equipment package at a discounted price.
• Required: Stethoscope, Ophthalmoscope/Otoscope with specula, blood pressure cuff, tuning forks,
reflex hammer, rosenbaum eye chart
• If you order an Ophthalmoscope/Otoscope through Touro, your order comes with a Touro logo
medical bag, all the items above (except stethoscope), as well as an insufflator bulb, goniometer,
patient gown, EENT guidebook, and practice eye
• A HUGE discount will be given to Touro students if you order through us, but >90% of students need
to order to get this rate.
• The school does not provide rental or loan equipment
During orientation on Friday, August 1st, representatives from Welch Allyn and Littmann will be giving
you a short presentation and demo of the medical equipment that will be offered to Touro
students. You will also have the opportunity to speak with them and ask questions. You are not
required to order through the representatives, but it may be more costly.
Attached is a copy of the order form. Please bring the completed order form to orientation. We will be
collecting order forms and payment on Friday, August 1st and Monday, August 4th. Please remember to
bring your checks , or complete the credit card information. If you check “Hold payment for financial
aid”, checks and credit cards will NOT be cashed/charged until financial aid is disbursed.
If you are a military student, please contact Steele Supply Company directly for orders at 1-800-747-
1372, or email at order@steeles.com.
A table will be set up on Friday, August 1st to collect orders, and a secure drop box will also be available
in the Primary Care Department office on both August 1st and August 4th. Orders must be received by
noon on August 4th.
Sincerely,
Dr. Faga

Dear Parents,
Your baby is being admitted to UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
(NICU). This may be a frightening time for you and your family. We would like to extend our
promise that your baby will receive the best possible care and that we are committed to
providing all available resources to assist you throughout your baby’s hospitalization.
Your presence in the NICU is very important to both you and your baby. Even very small babies
are able to recognize their parents’ voices and respond to your voice and your touch. Please
know that you are always welcome in the NICU. Visiting hours are unlimited for parents except
from 07:00-08:00 morning and evening.
Telephone calls are also a good way of staying connected to your baby. The nursing staff will
share information and answer your questions. It is important that you understand your baby’s
condition and the care he/she is receiving.
Throughout your baby’s hospital stay, you will meet many professionals who contribute to your
baby’s care. This includes several doctors, neonatal nurse practitioners, nurses, social workers,
and other consultants. The number of people can be overwhelming and confusing, particularly
in the beginning. There will be one head doctor, called a Neonatologist, who will direct all of the
medical care. Please do not hesitate to ask your nurses to identify your baby’s doctors. The
nurses can also help you arrange conferences if you wish.
These next few days may be filled with many unanswered questions and anxious moments. It is
our sincere wish that your baby receive excellent care and that you have all the information and
support you need to help you through this time.
Sincerely,
The NICU Staff
Telephone Number: (310) 267-7565

Office of Admissions
Discretionary Admissions (DA)
Applicants with exceptional talents and/or outstanding achievements beyond schools’ co-curricular
activities can be considered, subject to a minimum level of academic competence, for admissions under
Discretionary Admissions (DA). If you have one or more of the following achievements, and wish to be
considered under this scheme, you must provide details under the DA section of the application form:
• Winner at the International Olympiads or in the National Science & Talent Search
• Significant awards/achievements in area relevant to the programme applied
• Carded athlete* or represented Singapore in Arts and/or Sports such as Olympics, SEA/ASEAN/
ASIAN games, etc.
• Active involvement/participation in community services and/or volunteering work
• Demonstrated excellence in areas such as leadership, entrepreneurship, arts & culture, sports, etc.
In addition to providing information above, applicants must submit an essay of not more than 300 words
under the DA section of the application form and at least 1 (maximum 2) appraisal online to support their
applications. Shortlisted candidates are required to attend an interview and present relevant supporting
documents for verification. Incomplete submission of the required information will render the application
under the DA scheme invalid; the admission application based on academic results will still be processed.
* Carded Athletes are athletes who have been nominated for the High Performance Sports (HPS) based on their profile of the past
12 months (1 Jan to 31 Dec) performance / potential to achieve at the Major games. The Singapore Sports Institute (SSI) evaluates
and categorizes nominated athletes based on their achievements in local and international competitions.
Guidelines for Submission of online Appraisal Form
Dear Applicant,
The online appraisal form is to be completed by a person (called “appraiser”) who must not be a family
member or relative and preferably, though not restricted to, co-curricular activities coaches and tutors,
community people whom you have had interactions with, non-profit organisations’ CEOs or leaders or
professionals, etc. to support your application under the DA scheme. It may be used in conjunction with the
information provided in the application for admission consideration to NTU. You are advised to complete
the DA section as early as possible and forward the URL below with your NRIC/FIN and application number
to allow the person appraising you adequate time to complete the appraisal form and submit it online by
the stipulated deadline; usually on the 3rd working day after the application window closes.
http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/oad2/website_files/DA.pdf
Dear Appraiser,
The applicant is applying for admission to an undergraduate degree programme in NTU and had indicated
his/her achievements under the Discretionary Admissions (DA) section of the application form. We would
appreciate a confidential online submission of an appraisal based on your best understanding of the
applicant to provide an accurate and non-biased assessment in support of his/her application under the DA
scheme.
Please refer to the list of key attributes appended for your evaluation of the applicant.
Note
Please note that by agreeing to complete this appraisal form, you may be contacted by NTU for further
information or understanding of the appraisal.
If you are ready to assess the applicant, you may login with the applicant’s NRIC/FIN and application number
from one of the links below to complete the appraisal form:
For application number starting with ‘A’ followed by 8 digits, login here.
For application number starting with ‘PF’ followed by 7 digits, login here.
For application number starting with ‘E’ followed by 8 digits, login here.
For application number starting with ‘D’ followed by 8 digits, login here.
Key Attributes
• Leadership: Demonstrates managerial skills and is able to inspire confidence and respect from peers.
Has assumed key leadership roles and is a good role model for the team.
• Positive Influence: Possesses ability to exert positive morale or let peers follow or react by his or her
actions.
• Creativity: “Thinks out of the box”, initiates new ideas in projects, work or other activities. E.g.
Entrepreneurial activities in which he/she actively seeks out new and better ways of performing an
action or activities.
• Integrity: Holds respect for one self and others and able to uphold certain moral principles and standards
despite trying circumstances.
• Intellectual Undertakings: Represents school or state etc., in academic competitions, exhibitions or
seminars, or winners at Olympiads etc. Special consideration would be given for those who have won
prizes or recognitions at such events.
• Emotional Maturity: Demonstrates stability in thoughts and ability to handle feelings and emotions in a
responsible and calm manner.
• Perseverance: Possesses ability to complete a task or endeavour despite difficulties. Is committed to the
completion of his or her job to the best of his/her ability under varying circumstances.
• Responsibility: Has the commitment to see tasks through and assume ownership for the tasks and roles
assigned.
• Initiative/Motivation: Shows interest and enthusiasm. Able to take effective action without being told.
Actively seeks to acquire further knowledge and skills.
• Care for Community: Is active in community or social work. Genuine concern for the community such as
the under-privileged. Above average ratings applicable for those who have assumed more than average
required community hours of an average student.
• Self-confidence: Believes in one’s ideas and abilities, is sure of himself or herself, and is able to work
responsibly and independently.
• Academic: Demonstrates aptitude in studies.
Updated as of 3rd February 2017


College of Medicine
School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences
Office of the Director
106 Atwell Hall
453 W.10th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210-2205
614-292-5645 Phone
614-292-0210 Fax
Dear Health and Rehabilitation Student!
Congratulations on your admission to your professional program in the School of Health and
Rehabilitation Sciences (HRS)! I am delighted to welcome you to SHRS. Admitted students to
the admission level of their programs need to be aware that they are required to comply with
several requirements (program conditions) to be eligible to begin professional coursework in a
year.
There are several things that need your attention this academic year:
1. Advisor Assignment: You will be assigned a faculty advisor in your division. The relationship
with the faculty advisor is important for degree planning and career development. Students are
also assigned a college office advisor, Lisa Terek, Director of Student Services, to assist with
questions regarding university business. In September, you will be able to view the name of
your faculty advisor in your Student Center.
2. Degree Audit: The Degree Audit is a resource available to students, faculty, staff, and advisors
to monitor student progress toward an undergraduate degree. You should view and print your
Degree Audit at www.buckeyelink.osu.edu to check your progress towards completing your GE
requirements as well as your remaining prerequisites for your program. You are required to
meet all requirements for graduation, which is reflected on the Degree Audit.
3. New Ohio State Student Information: Students new to Ohio State in autumn term should plan
to meet with Lisa Terek, Director of Student Services, to register for courses, learn about
requirements for enrollment including email activation, BuckID, and other necessary tasks.
Please call 614-292-1706 to schedule an appointment with Lisa.
4. Welcome Event: This event is a celebration that marks the beginning of your academic career
in the School. School faculty, staff, Alumni Society and your fellow students will all be in
attendance. HRS student group representatives will be in attendance for you to learn more
about getting involved in School activities. You will be emailed event specifics closer to the
date. Typically a program orientation precedes or follows this celebration. Please check with
your program for specific details.
5. Completion of Prerequisite courses: As stated in your letter of admission, in most cases, you
are required to complete any outstanding prerequisite courses by the program deadlines.
6. Handbook: The School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences has a Major Student Handbook
with important information and policies each student in the School is required to know. Each
division also has a handbook with division policies and rules. Students should familiarize
themselves with both handbooks. Handbooks can be found at:
https://hrs.osu.edu/academics/academic-resources/student-handbooks.
7. Weekly Email from HRS Student Services: Students are responsible for reading the weekly email sent from the HRS Student Services Office. Important information regarding registration,
scholarships, research opportunities are all included in the weekly email.
8. The Student Services Office has a blog. From now on, only HRS news will be sent out in
weekly emails. Other news, such as programs from the Multicultural Center, Undergraduate
Research Office, and student jobs can be found at our blog: U.OSU.EDU/HRSsso. Students are
able to subscribe for weekly updates from the blog on the bottom left of any page. Updates will
be sent on Friday of each week.
Again, congratulations on your admission. If I can be of any help to you at any time, please do
not hesitate to contact me, or the Student Services Office, at (614) 292-1706. Welcome to the
Health and Rehabilitation Sciences family!

Sincerely,
Deborah S. Larsen, Ph.D
Director, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
Associate Dean, College of Medicine

 

Acceptance letter
We are pleased to inform you that your paper based on your abstract has been accepted by the
Programme Committee of the Open Session of Section of Asia & Oceania, IFLA for (date)
WLIC in (city, country).
The Committee now needs to have confirmation from you that you will be able to submit
your full paper to us by 1 June 201_ and that you will be able to present your paper in a 15
minute time slot during Asia & Oceania Open Session at the Conference in August. The
paper should be no more than 4000 words, Times Roman 12pt and single-spaced.
Please confirm that you will attend the conference to present your paper, notifying us as soon
as possible, and no later than 31 March yyyy. If I do not have confirmation from you by 31
March yyyy, your 15-minute time slot will be allocated to a reserve speaker.
We would also like you to submit your PowerPoint presentation to us by mid-July yyyy so
that we can give you feedback regarding the likelihood that your presentation will stay within
the 15 minutes of allocated time. A member of our Committee will be in contact with you
about this after we have had confirmation that you will attend the conference to present your
paper.
When we receive confirmation from you, (name of RSCAO Chair) will send you the IFLA
Speakers Form that will provide the conference organisers with the full details of your paper
so that the information can be incorporated into the conference programme.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.
With Warmest Regards

 

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Chers parents,
À l’approche de l’été, nous vous invitons à participer à notre programme bilingue « Fin de semaine
familiale » prévu les 18, 19 et 20 août 2017, et destiné aux jeunes enfants diabétiques de moins
de 8 ans ainsi qu’à leur famille.
Lors de cette fin de semaine, vos enfants auront la chance de rencontrer des amis, petits et grands, qui
comme eux vivent avec la routine des glycémies et des injections ou de la pompe. Pour les parents, il
s’agit d’une occasion unique d’échanger des trucs et des expériences qui font parfois toute la
différence.
Vous serez hébergés sous une tente montée sur une plate-forme et aménagée de lits de camp.
Néanmoins, nous pouvons héberger quelques familles avec des enfants de moins de 2 ans dans l’un de
nos chalets. Vous serez responsables des soins de votre enfant diabétique. Toutefois, une équipe
médicale sera présente pendant la fin de semaine pour vous supporter et répondre à vos questions.
Pour faciliter votre participation aux ateliers, vous pourrez confier vos petits aux soins de nos
moniteurs(trices) d’expérience, qui sauront les divertir en toute sécurité. Des périodes de temps libre
sont prévues afin de vous permettre de profiter du magnifique site de Camp Carowanis.
Nous vous invitons donc à compléter le formulaire d’inscription ci-joint et à nous le retourner avant la
date limite fixée au 9 août 2017. Puisque le nombre de familles est limité, les inscriptions seront
traitées par ordre d’arrivée.
Au plaisir d’accueillir votre famille à Camp Carowanis !
Janie Bédard Et Catherine Chagnon
Chef de camp Robert Langlois
Dre Maria Buithieu
Parents hôtes de la Fin de semaine familiale 2017
NOUS CONTACTER:
306, rue St-Zotique Est, suite 100, Montréal, QC, H2S 1L6
Téléphone: 514-731-9683 / Sans frais: 1-800-731-9683
Télécopieur: 514-731-2683 / www.diabete-enfants.ca
Courriel : carowanis@diabete-enfants.ca
INSCRIPTION 2017
INFORMATION – PARENTS / TUTEURS LÉGAUX
NOM DU PERE / TUTEUR LEGAL :
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
NOM DE LA MERE / TUTRICE LEGALE :
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
ADRESSE : …………………………………………………………………………………………..
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
ADRESSE : ……………………………………………………………………………………………
…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
TELEPHONE : Rés. (……………..) …………………………………………………….. TELEPHONE : Rés. (………………) ……………………………………………………..
Tr. (……………..) …………………………………………………….. Tr. (………………) ……………………………………………………..
Cell. (……………) ……………………………………………….. Cell. (……………..) ……………………………………………….
COURRIEL : ………………………………………………………………………………………… COURRIEL : ………………………………………………………………………………………….
INFORMATION – ENFANT DIABÉTIQUE
NOM : ……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. PRÉNOM : …………………………………………………………………………………….
DATE DE NAISSANCE : …………………. / ………….. / …………… ÂGE AU 1 JUILLET 2017 : ……………………….. SEXE : M  F 
Année Mois Jour
AVEZ-VOUS DÉJÀ SÉJOURNÉ À CAMP CAROWANIS ? NON OUI
Si oui, acceptez-vous d’être identifié(e-s) comme personne-ressource pour les nouvelles familles? NON OUI
DATE DU DIAGNOSTIQUE (AA/MM) : ……/…… VOTRE ENFANT UTILISE-T-IL / ELLE LA POMPE À INSULINE ? NON OUI
VOTRE ENFANT A-T-IL DES ALLERGIES ALIMENTAIRES? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
MÉDECIN TRAITANT : ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. TÉL. :(…………………) ………………………………………….
CENTRE HOSPITALIER : HME HSJ HMR  AUTRE HOPITAL : ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
INFORMATION – PARTICIPANTS (INCLUANT L’ENFANT DIABÉTIQUE)
PRÉNOM ET NOM LIEN DE
PARENTÉ SEXE ÂGE LANGUE DE
PRÉFÉRENCE ALLERGIES
Enfant diabétique :
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
1/2
CAMP
CAROWANIS
ÉTÉ 2017
FIN DE SEMAINE
FAMILIALE
INFORMATION SUR LE PAIEMENT
FACTURE
2017
À retourner avant le 31 juillet 2017
NOM DE L’ENFANT DIABÉTIQUE : __________________________________________
Les frais de séjour demandés représentent une fraction du coût réel.
Grâce au support essentiel de nos donateurs, de vos propres dons, des compagnies pharmaceutiques, des
subventions du gouvernement et de La Fondation pour enfants diabétiques, Camp Carowanis peut fournir des
services de haute qualité selon des standards très élevés.
FACTURE
80,00 $ Frais d’inscription (Obligatoire)
$
Frais de séjour
(60 $ pour les 2 à 12 ans & 150$ pour les 13 ans et plus)
$ Don – Merci ! (Un reçu sera émis pour fins d’impôt)
$ TOTAL
MODALITÉS DE PAIEMENT
□1 versement
□2 versements
□ Autre, précisez :
__________________
□OPTION 1 : Visa Master Card
No. Carte : …………………………………………………………………. Exp.: …… /……
Code de sécurité : ………………………..
Les trois chiffres derrière votre carte de crédit
Au nom de : ……………………………………………………………………………………..
Signature : ………………………………………………………………………………………..
Fréquence du paiement (Ex : 1x mois) : ……………..
Montant : …………………………………………………………… $
□ OPTION 2 : Chèque ou Mandat Poste payable à l’ordre de Camp Carowanis Inc.
□ OPTION 3 : Comptant (Un reçu sera émis) NE PAS envoyer d’argent par la poste.
Camp Carowanis peut offrir une subvention totale ou partielle aux familles qui ne s’inscriraient pas au camp faute de moyens
financiers. N’hésitez pas à faire la demande d’un formulaire confidentiel d’aide financière si cette situation s’adresse à vous.
Cependant, nous vous encourageons à contacter des organismes régionaux souvent enclins à aider de jeunes diabétiques.
Vous pouvez contacter Janie Bédard pour avoir plus d’information sur les moyens de financement au 514-731-9683, poste 223.
Signature : …………………………………………………………………………. Date : ……………. / ……………… / …………….
(Mère / Père / Tuteur Légal) (Jour) (Mois) (Année)
2/2
CAMP
CAROWANIS
ÉTÉ 2017
FIN DE SEMAINE
FAMILIALE
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Chers parents ou tuteurs,
Les élèves de l’École publique Odyssée participeront à mise en œuvre du continuum des apprentissages à l’ère
numérique qui est conçu dans le but de guider l’intégration des TIC dans l’enseignement pour assurer une transition
continue d’un cycle à l’autre. Cette nouvelle initiative en est à sa deuxième année dans différentes écoles du CSPNE au
palier élémentaire. La clé et l’objectif pour nos écoles sont de ne pas utiliser la technologie sans intention, mais plutôt
de déterminer le besoin pour ensuite trouver la technologie qui permet de mieux répondre à ce besoin. La technologie
doit donc être au service de la pédagogie.
Pour répondre au besoin des élèves du secondaire et leur charge de cours variés, un ordinateur portable sera prêté par
le CSPNE à chaque élève et facilitera l’accès à des outils de communication et de collaboration. Les élèves seront
responsables de l’outil technologique et des périphériques qui l’accompagne. L’école fournira des endroits désignés
dans l’école pour permettre aux élèves d’utiliser l’ordinateur portable et charger si nécessaire l’outil technologique.
Compte tenu de l’importance et de l’investissement dans cette initiative, une entente d’utilisation complète devra
obligatoirement être signée et ajoutée aux formulaires existants du CSPNE.
Certaines options sont également disponibles selon le niveau des élèves et sont décrites ci-dessous. Le document
suivant une fois signé sera inséré dans le dossier de l’élève avec les formulaires complémentaires au continuum.
À considérer : Signature :
☐ Je suis en 11e ou 12e année et
j’aimerais utiliser mon outil
technologique personnel à l’école.
Certains cours nécessitent l’utilisation de
logiciels spécialisés qui ne peuvent pas être
installés par le CSPNE sur un outil
technologique personnel.
En cas de problèmes techniques, l’équipe des
services informatique du CSPNE ne pourra pas
intervenir.
Les outils technologiques (ordinateurs
portables) assignés par le CSPNE sont branchés
au réseau interne. Les outils technologiques
personnels doivent se brancher au réseau
AVAN (Apporter votre appareil numérique) du
CSPNE en utilisant le nom d’utilisateur
(prénom.nom@cspne.ca et le mot de passe
actuel de l’élève.
élève
parents ou tuteur
☐ J’accepte d’utiliser l’outil
technologique (ordinateur portable)
assigné par le CSPNE, mais celui-ci
sera entreposé à l’école dans un
endroit désigné hors des heures de
classe. Je n’utiliserai pas l’outil
technologique (ordinateur portable) à
la maison.
La responsabilité de charger et entreposer
l’outil technologique (l’ordinateur portable)
dans un endroit désigné et sécuritaire
appartient à l’élève.
Il est probable que les travaux assignés
nécessitent l’utilisation d’un outil
technologique et l’accès à un environnement
infonuagique du CSPNE (Office 365 ou Google).
L’accès à ces environnements est disponible en
tout temps et de n’importe quel ordinateur ou
appareil numérique ayant un accès Internet,
élève
parents ou tuteur
CONTINUUM DES APPRENTISSAGES à L’ÈRE NUMÉRIQUE
Utilisation de la technologie pour appuyer la pédagogie

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