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With out going too much into my life’s story I will explain where it is I come from and what purpose, I hope, this book will have in your own Forex trading career. At the time of writing this book I am 28 years old, recently moved from the UK to Johannesburg and have been trading forex full time for 1 year. Before becoming a full time forex trader I worked for 6 years as a software installation engineer for an IBM business partner in the UK. It was during this time I discovered forex and put every spare second of my time into learning how to trade. I became so obsessed with trading and so bored with my computer job; my then boss offered me a redundancy package. I am sure anyone who has left a regular monthly salary to follow a dream of independence can tell you there are a few emotions involved, as there are with most types of change. At the end of the day I think I was as relieved to be leaving my job as my company were to see me go. Throughout my early life I was made well aware of the amount of stress and hardship that can result from having to slave your life away for a salary you are barely able to support yourself with. As soon as I was able to work I got a job in computers, it was easy fast cash and there was no way I was doing a three to five year university degree in how not to have money. From the time I started working it was always my intention to work hard for a few years, save my money and then live off the interest, (such a great idea, but so naïve). As soon as I had some money saved I began looking on the internet for investments that would let me retire within 5 years. I believe I must have thrown away $30,000 - $40,000 to crooks basically; there is not other word for them. Stupid I know, but my belief in this was so strong I failed to see why these investments would not work; this same strong belief has kept me going with this whole forex thing despite that fact I did not make a cent for many years. This brings me to the purpose of this book. In my early 20’s, I had some money, I was working as an IT consultant, I had no formal education other than high school and I dedicated my entire personnel life, for many years, to learning to make money from the forex market. During the 6 years of my life I have spent on this I have been through the mill as regards online forex trading and it is the purpose of this book to share my experiences with you so your experiences may be better than mine. I can tell you now the world of on line forex trading is full of sharks. Having experienced this I can safely say I am an honest, easily fooled person, I just do not understand how some one can sell lies for money or trick you out of your money; especially if they do it for a living. It just amazes me what people are like when it comes to money, there are a number of phrases to describe these people, (I would like to see what they put on their CVs). The first chapters of this book deal with my experiences of these people. I have not mentioned names as having anything further to do with these people is the last thing I want, if however you would like to know specifics please email me. I can tell you now I know the tricks; I have spent $1000s on online e-books and forex trading systems and alert services. I could quiet easily write an e-book called “Proven Forex System” make up a load of BS and sell it for $100, this of course would be supported by a flashy website and a bit of on line marketing, or even worst I could offer a managed account service and then just tell you I lost your money. I am not going to do any of these, (forex trading system, on line alert service, managed account service), if you would like these I will recommend a number of providers who will be more than happy to take your money. There is so much misinformation or inadequate information on the internet, marketing and advertising of the forex market are 2nd to none, and they have made it so easy for you to give your money to ...
In this article, we explore China’s social security system, which is especially complex because it is organized at the regional level. While the formal social security system only covers urban workers, some rural workers who move to the cities to work (the so-called “floating population”) are also covered. On account of China’s sheer size and legal diversity, the country’s social insurance system is among the most difficult in the world to navigate. The social security system in China consists of five different types of insurance, plus one mandatory housing fund, introduced in the chart below. How companies register and deregister their employees often varies depending upon the city and the employee’s location or residency. In many large cities (with some notable exceptions such as Beijing), the registration and deregistration of most employees can be completed online. Similar to withholding tax, companies can make monthly contributions to the fund via direct debit.
Patient Advisory for Stem Cell Therapy and Medical Tourism As stakeholders in cellular therapy, the undersigned professional organizations believe it is necessary to share the following important message with patients and families contemplating cell therapy or experimental stem cell procedures. In this document, best practices are outlined to assist patients and family members in their healthcare decisions. Controlled innovation in the context of patient safety is paramount as potential therapeutic products or procedures are researched, tested, advanced and proven. Our organizations have received questions and concerns from patients and this document presents an opportunity to address them. Introduction Advancement of clinical therapies is best done in the setting of rigorous and formal clinical trials and in a structured regulatory framework. This helps assure that safety considerations, professional peer review, and the management of patient rights and obligations are considered and addressed. Some procedures would be considered standard of care, because scientific studies have shown that they are safe and effective. Not all procedures offered to patients in all regions of the world are tested in this manner and not all geographical regions have regulations for cellular therapies or patient protection. Additionally, it is possible that some practitioners may offer stem cell procedures without following the existing regulations. Patients may be seeking treatment for incurable, potentially untreatable diseases and may be susceptible to false promises or may not have access to all of the information needed to make this important decision. As patients and families contemplate voluntarily accepting new procedures, some of which may be unproven or...
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Informationen zur Bewerbung 2014 / 2015 INFORMATIONEN ZUR BEWERBUNG 2014 / 2015 1. DREHBUCH Aufnahmebedingungen Die Zulassung zum Studium an der dffb ist allein abhängig vom Bestehen der Aufnahmeprüfung. Wer sich an der Drehbuchakademie bewirbt, muss bei Studienbeginn das 21. Lebensjahr vollendet haben. Eine Bewerbung zum Studium an der dffb ist höchstens zweimal möglich, unabhängig davon, für welchen Bereich die Bewerbung abgegeben wurde. 2. Aufnahmeprüfung Die Aufnahmeprüfung besteht aus zwei Teilen: der Vorauswahl und der Aufnahmeprüfung. Die für die Vorauswahl einzureichenden Arbeiten sind in diesem Text aufgeführt. Nach Sichtung und Diskussion aller eingereichten Arbeiten wählt eine Kommission bis zu 25 Bewerber aus, die zur Prüfung nach Berlin eingeladen werden. Diese Prüfung dauert für die Bewerber drei Tage. Für das Studienjahr 2014 / 2015 können bis zu acht Drehbuchstudenten zum Studium an der Drehbuchakademie der dffb zugelassen werden. Für die Vorauswahl sind folgende Arbeiten und Unterlagen einzureichen: I. Verfassen Sie einen tabellarischen Lebenslauf, in dem auch Ihre Tätigkeiten im Bereich der künstlerischen Praxis explizit erwähnt werden. Zusätzlich begründen Sie bitte Ihre besondere Motivation für die Bewerbung an der Drehbuchakademie. Beim tabellarischen Lebenslauf sind alle Stationen wichtig, die einen Hinweis darauf geben, dass Sie sich schon eine Zeit lang mit dem Medium Film beschäftigen. Dazu gehören Praktika, eigene filmische Arbeiten, Studienzeiten in verwandten Bereichen. Unter dem Stichwort künstlerische Praxis verstehen wir alle Ihre Tätigkeiten im Bereich der Kunst. Uns interessiert nicht die theoretische Auseinandersetzung, sondern die künstlerische Arbeit. Dazu gehört die ganze Bandbreite künstlerischen Schaffens; von der Lyrik bis zur Malerei und dem Film. Wie kam Ihre Entscheidung für den Berufswunsch (Drehbuch-)Autor zustande? War das eine plötzliche Entdeckung? Eine Sehnsucht von jeher? Eine beharrliche Arbeit an einer langjährigen Leidenschaft? Gibt es einen Moment, der ausschlaggebend war? Für die Beantwortung dieser Aufgabe stehen Ihnen max. 6.300 Zeichen (mit Leerzeichen) zur Verfügung. II. Schreiben Sie eine Kurzgeschichte zum Thema „Auf der Jagd“. (Maximal 3150 Zeichen mit Leerzeichen) III. Arbeiten Sie eine Passage der Kurzgeschichte zu einer Drehbuchszene aus. (Maximal 3150 Zeichen mit Leerzeichen) IV. Dokumentieren Sie die Recherche eines Ihnen unbekannten Milieus mit Hilfe von 5 Fotos und unter Beantwortung folgender Aspekte (max. 6300 Zeichen mit Leerzeichen): a) Wie sind Sie an dieses Thema herangegangen? Welche Orte haben Sie besucht? Welche Personen interviewt? b) Entwickeln Sie für eine der Personen, die Sie während der Recherche getroffen haben, einen fiktionalen Charakter. 1 Informationen zur Bewerbung 2014 / 2015 V. Welche Person aus Ihrem Freundeskreis, aus Ihrer Familie oder Ihrem sozialen Umfeld eignet sich als dramatische Figur? Schreiben Sie ein kurzes Portrait und begründen Sie Ihre Wahl. (Maximal 3150 Zeichen mit Leerzeichen) VI. Schreiben Sie (mit maximal 3150 Zeichen inklusive Leerzeichen) einen persönlichen Essay zum Thema „Mein Luxus“ (keine wissenschaftliche Abhandlung, keinen WikipediaEintrag, es geht um Ihre persönliche Sicht auf das Thema). VII. Zwei Schreibproben. (Maximal 12.600 Zeichen mit Leerzeichen) Für alle Bewerber gilt: Bitte senden Sie nur eigene Arbeiten ein und keine Texte, an denen andere maßgeblich beteiligt waren.
Our objective was to demonstrate that, despite recognition by both the gastroenterology and headache communities, abdominal migraine (AM) is an under-diagnosed cause of chronic, recurrent, abdominal pain in childhood in the USA. Background.—Chronic, recurrent abdominal pain occurs in 9-15% of all children and adolescents. After exclusion of anatomic, infectious, inﬂammatory, or other metabolic causes, “functional abdominal pain” is the most common diagnosis of chronic, idiopathic, abdominal pain in childhood. Functional abdominal pain is typically categorized into one, or a combination of, the following 4 groups: functional dyspepsia, irritable bowel syndrome, AM, or functional abdominal pain syndrome. International Classiﬁcation of Headache Disorders—(ICHD-2) deﬁnes AM as an idiopathic disorder characterized by attacks of midline, moderate to severe abdominal pain lasting 1-72 hours with vasomotor symptoms, nausea and vomiting, and included AM among the “periodic syndromes of childhood that are precursors for migraine.” Rome III Gastroenterology criteria (2006) separately established diagnostic criteria and conﬁrmed AM as a well-deﬁned cause of recurrent abdominal pain. Methods.—Following institutional review board approval, a retrospective chart review was conducted on patients referred to an academic pediatric gastroenterology practice with the clinical complaint of recurrent abdominal pain. ICHD-2 criteria were applied to identify the subset of children fulﬁlling criteria for AM. Demographics, diagnostic evaluation, treatment regimen and outcomes were collected. Results.—From an initial cohort of 600 children (ages 1-21 years; 59% females) with recurrent abdominal pain, 142 (24%) were excluded on the basis of their ultimate diagnosis. Of the 458 patients meeting inclusion criteria, 1824 total patient ofﬁce visits were reviewed. Three hundred eighty-eight (84.6%) did not meet criteria for AM, 20 (4.4%) met ICHD-2 formal criteria for AM and another 50 (11%) had documentation lacking at least 1 criterion, but were otherwise consistent with AM (probable AM). During the observation period, no children seen in this gastroenterology practice had received a diagnosis of AM. Conclusion.—Among children with chronic, idiopathic, recurrent abdominal pain, AM represents about 4-15%. Given the spectrum of treatment modalities now available for pediatric migraine, increased awareness of cardinal features of AM by pediatricians and pediatric gastroenterologists may result in improved diagnostic accuracy and early institution of both acute and preventative migraine-speciﬁc treatments. Key words: abdominal migraine, pediatric, children (Headache 2011;51:707-712)