An Organized Research Unit (ORU) is an academic unit established by the University to provide a supportive infrastructure for pursuing and enabling interdisciplinary collaborative research complementary to the traditional disciplinary goals of academic departments and schools. As such, ORUs typically involve faculty from two or more Schools. The research portfolio and goals of an ORU must be complementary to the research goals of the existing departments, schools and other ORUs. ORUs do not have jurisdiction over courses or curricula and cannot offer formal courses or make faculty appointments.
Term of Service: Directors are at will appointees normally appointed to five year terms.  After the effectiveness of each Director has been reviewed near the end of his/her initial five year term, renewal for a second five year term may, and often does, occur.  In compliance with UCOP policy governing the administration of ORUs, Directorships of ORUs are limited to ten years of continuous tenure in all but extraordinary circumstances.
Minds is an open source alternative to Facebook that values freedom of speech above all else. They do not censor post or videos because they disagree with them. Minds has a built in blogging system as well as video uploads. Best of all is Minds ability to use points to buy views for your post, enabling self-advertising on the site! Guest • Mar 2017 • 6 agrees and 1 disagrees Disagree   Agree
The basic functions on Path are pretty similar to those on Facebook: you can share posts, photos, and videos. You can also show your friends the music you’re currently listening to, the TV series you’re following and of course your current mood. You can also exchange private messages with friends. Path is often thought of as an intimate, personal network. But unfortunately, it has had some struggles with data protection issues in the past. The most recent of these was an unfortunate incident in 2013 when the company was found to have stored data belonging to minors. Since then, the Path has been forced to have its privacy policy checked every two years and has recently promised users that it will no longer store any personal data on its servers.
It wouldn’t be wrong to say cryptocurrencies have created the greatest wave since the dot com era came into being. In 2017, a single bitcoin was valued at a whopping $19,000, and it has continued to mostly rise since then. This certainly puts it at top of mind when discussing cryptocurrencies. Bitcoin has become a major trendsetter in the business of decentralized peer-to-peer network. Blockchain systems have brought in a revolution in the cryptocurrency market. They are capable of recording all transactions of value. That said, there are also plenty of fascinating alternatives to bitcoin to consider
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Recent scandals with Facebook’s data protection policies have left many users feeling betrayed by the social networking giant, which has been facing accusations of failing to protect personal information from third-party use. Deleting your Facebook account is the best and most permanent way to protect your data from prying eyes. So how exactly is it done? This guide walks you through the steps to...

GMPL SELECTION LIST CSV EVENT	action		This protocol is invoked when a new ICD9 Code Set Version is installed. The protocol will generate a mail message related to Problem Selection Lists. The mail message will contain a list of any Problem Selection Lists that contain problems with inactive ICD9 codes attached. It will also determine if any attached ICD9 codes are due to be inactivated in the future and a report of those findings is also included.	D CSVPEP^GMPLBLCK	

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Believe it or not, there are plenty of social networks and messaging apps that you can use instead of Facebook. For years these networks and apps have been living in the shadows of the mighty beast that is Facebook. But now is the time to explore a better way of interacting with friends and family without the fear of your data being stolen and stored on huge servers in far flung places.
Path is a way to privately message and share updates with your closest friends and family.  According to its website, Path was inspired by Professor Robin Dunbar of Oxford University, whose research shows that people tend to have 5 best friends, 15 good friends, 50 close friends and family, and 150 total friends.  As a result, users are only allowed to share updates – including photos, messages, locations, videos and more – with only 150 people.

Everyone know Twitter! This platform has gained enough popularity among users throughout the world. It allows people to create feeds with specific character limit that goes up to 140 characters. Within last few years, Twitter developers have updated so many interesting features to this network and today people love it’s all new version with feature rich design. But at the same time, many people hate this site just because its presence is somewhat same as that of Facebook. One recent update to Twitter was related to its poll creation abilities and it received great response from users. Besides the simple twitter card integration service, Twitter also allows users to share many short duration multimedia files using tweets. This platform is also popular for contests that are launched for the common people and they can participate with creative images, videos etc. The one who gets higher ranking is able to receive rewards from contest organizer.

SCMC PATIENT TEAM CHANGES extended action This is fired off whenever the Patient Team Assignment File (#404.42) is updated. Available Output Variables: =========================== SCPCTM = 1 if it this is a primary care team assignment, 0 otherwise SCPTTMB4 = 0 Node of Patient Team Assignment (#404.42) Before SCPTTMAF = 0 Node of Patient Team Assignment (#404.42) After SCTMNDB4 = 0 Node of Team (#404.51) Before SCTMNDAF = 0 Node of Team (#404.51) After SCPTTM = Pointer to Patient Team Assignment (#404.42) SCTMB4 = Pointer to Team (404.51) Before SCTMAF = Pointer to Team (404.51) After Notes: o The 7th piece of the Team File (i.e. $P(SCTMND,U,7)) is a pointer to the institution file. o The 8th piece of the Patient Team Assignment File is the Assignment Type Field (#.08). Its internal value is '1' if it is a primary care assignment. Its value could be either null or '99'. '99' is 'Other'. You can check the variable, SCPCTM (1 or 0) to see if this is a primary care team assignment. Note: Utility: $$INSTPCTM^SCAPMC(DFN,DATE,SCERR) Input: DFN - ien of PATIENT File (#2) DATE - date to check (default=DT) SCERR - error array (default=^TMP("SCERR",$J)) - contains info about bad data. It is only set if there is bad data. Returned: 0 if no Primary Care Team on Date or SC4^Institution Name^SCTM^Team Name SC4 = ien of Institution File SCTM = ien of Team File
GMRCOR REQUEST protocol This is a very important protocol for activating the Procedure Request order capabilities in the Add orders process. This is the protocol which should be performed when "Procedure..." is selected from the "Add New Orders menu. This protocol should only be added for clinician use when the procedures which may be ordered without requiring a consult are defined in the "GMRCRM REQUEST TYPES" protocol menu. that option. This protocol depends on procedures being defined in the "GMRCRM REQUEST TYPES" protocol menu. D EN^GMRCP
GMTS CH action This component contains information extracted from the Lab package. Time and maximum occurrence limits apply to this component. Data presented include: collection date/time, specimen, test name, results (w/ref flag: High/Low/Critical), units, and Reference range. S:'$D(DFN)&$D(ORVP) DFN=+ORVP S GMTSPRM="CH",GMTSTITL="CHEMISTRY & HEMATOLOGY" D ENCWA^GMTS
LA7 LAB RESULTS TO HDR (SUB) subscriber This protocol should be attached to the HL7 event protocol LA7 LAB RESULTS AVAILABLE (EVN). See this protocol for further information. This subscriber protocol is used by the Laboratory package to indicate to the HL package to send laboratory results to the VA Health Data Repository (HDR). It utilizes the "Router" Subscriber Protocol supported by the VistA HL package. The routing logic uses the value of the parameter passed into the router to determine which Laboratory package subscript should be sent to the HDR. The following subscripts are supported by the event: "CH", "MI", "SP", "CY", "EM". Examples: ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("CH;") will only send to HDR results associated with Laboratory "CH" subscript. ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("MI;") will only send to HDR results associated with Laboratory "MI" subscript. ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("CH;MI;") will only send to HDR results associated with Laboratory "CH", and "MI" subscripts. ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("CH;MI;SP;") will only send to HDR results associated with Laboratory "CH", "MI", and "SP" subscripts. ROUTING LOGIC: D RTR^LA7HDR("CH;MI;SP;CY;EM;") will send to HDR results associated with all Laboratory subscripts currently supported. Note: The order of the subscripts listed in the input parameter is not significant. Separating the subscripts using the ";" character is significant.
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