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Proper response and optimal decisioning demands real time access to the information, ideas, and approaches to deal with these highly unpredictable and fluid situations. In New Orleans, FEMA needed every conceivable idea and potential solution for temporary housing, better food distribution, people transport, and flooding containment. The opportunity costs of ideas not surfaced or considered early in these emergency situations could be substantial. The current pandemic threat should serve as a vivid reminder that we need conventional and unconventional thinking to respond to challenges ahead. The rapid evolution of communications, crowdsourcing, and social networking technologies has created an extraordinary opportunity to significantly advance the tools available to organizations that engage in the most serious of these disasters. FEMA, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), Red Cross and others needs to pay particular attention to the potential of these technologies to significantly improve the effectiveness of response efforts. A few days ago, InnoCentive posted a Challenge to quickly identify whether airport passenger screening can be enhanced to detect contagions, clearly a response to H1N1 Influenza pandemic concerns. Coupled with other Web 2.0 providers, FEMA and other organizations could have instantaneous access to hundreds of thousands of virtual responders, including scientists, engineers, healthcare professionals, and others all ready, willing, and able to lend much needed support. These systems could be wired for use by selected agencies and organizations in times of natural or manmade disaster, dramatically improving response effectiveness. This Emergency Response 2.0 Toolkit should be developed and orchestrated BEFORE the next natural disaster. We call on FEMA and other agencies to survey the landscape of communication, crowdsourcing, and social networking tools available and to put in place the strategies, linkages, and training necessary to immediately leverage these capabilities in times of need. Let not wait until next Hurricane Katrina, Tsunami, Earthquake, or Global Pandemic to recognize the ability of people everywhere to have an extraordinarily positive impact in these Emergency Response situations. I think one of the things standing in the way of overcoming a medical disaster is the drug prescription requirement system. While I can understand the need to monitor drugs, the need to prevent people from making assumptions about when to use them, and the need to stop people from abusing them, treatments are most effective at the onset of disease ( this is true for pretty much all diseases from the common cold to the more serious like cancer.) Pharmacists know drugs as well as any doctor does and can at times make better decisions for us since they know all the drugs we are on (provided the drugs are bought at the same pharmacy which they usually are), while we may at times forget to tell our doctors our pharmacists will have all our meds on record. Most people don go to ER at the onset of respiratory ailments and if the onset is at night which tends to be when the respiratory sytem is weakest that puts a delay on treatment time. I think pharmacisits should be able to give non addictive prescription meds (quantity should be one or two doses on weeknight and 1 8 depending on the time and day of weekend onset) at night when medical centers are closed. Unfortunately, I don believe pharmacists will ever be given that power. My personal solution to this has been to ask my doctors and childrens doctors for one or two days of extra meds to keep in the fridge for emergency purposes. As soon as my children get sick, I give them their prescribed antimucolitics, decongestants and when necessary bronchiodilators and I then take them to the hospital in the morning when the doctor gives them additional meds and antibiotics when needed. with two exceptions over the past 11 years our respiratory illnesses have never lasted more than 4 days. Before I started doing this we use to get sick for two weeks. In reference to the comment about the Bush administration with expertise in the field consider that at the time we hadn had a similar hurricane since Galvaston at the turn of the century. OK, we probably didn have many centogenarians still working in the emergency response teams. But, I think that OK and a reality that we need to work with. Unfortunately, the nature of unexpected disasters is that we don have experience with them (otherwise, they be treated as routine). I think that the real problem in preparing for crisis is that we need to balance the thought of would probably never happen against spending too much effort on the unlikely critical events. The real problem with Katrina was more with the disbelief of the eminent problem. We were slow to pull the trigger on the emergency response deployment with good reason. If we had and nothing came of it, there would have been a major backlash of the people criticizing the government for spending too much money and getting people worked up needlessly. (Sound familiar to our criticisms of how the H1N1 is being handled???) Unfortunately, the problem is more in our nature to criticize leaders which may be what we really need to work on. Regarding a positive thing that I think we should all do is to be prepared to have a general plan for carrying on in case of disaster. Businesses as well as homes should have continuity plans for how they can continue to function in case regular operations are disrupted. For example, how could a company keep business operations running if their employees have limited access to facilities. stay with friends or family) if you had a fire, flood or other natural disaster. Oh, and anyone living within 10miles of a power plant should have a plan thought thru, know how to deploy, then rest easy knowing that they know what to do if the situation ever arises. I also want to commend the folks who responded to the blog earlier with some great ideas already. The problem isn whether crises and disasters will happen. They will in some form or another. We just don know what will happen when. The challenge is to be prepared so you know what to do. The bonus is that sometimes major shake ups can create an opportunity to change what could be working better, but there previously was not impetus for making change. (example; would we even be thinking about this now if it weren for the recent H1N1?) Everyone reading this blog is the cream of the crop in intellegence. Let lead with some creative thinking. I think this group can come up with some great thoughts to help out each other and to help the greater communities. Rather than complaining about what hasn worked in the past, reflect upon what has worked and what might be able to work better. After all, isn that the spirit of the Innocentive program? I believe a solution to emergency housing during flood, fire, or homelessness, is very simple. Start with any size pop up tent, made of fireproof material, with a flotation device sewn into the floor. Zipper pockets inside the tent will already carry, dried nuts or granola mix, and a small water filtering pump could be attached to a hose inside the tent. No cups needed, just suck on the hose, in case of flooding or sea water. A Filter would already be in place inside the lining of the tent. The tent material must not only be fire proof, but have a warming blanket, such as used in an ambulance, (those silver things). A string with a hook on the end could be used for fishing, ( have to eat it raw) and of coarse the whole thing would have to be waterproof. A slight awning at the top could be used to collect dew, as well, and drain it into an inside water pouch. As for the toilet, a supply of small waste basket bags, would suffice, as on can tie these to off keeping sanitary. Every time we try to prevent one occurrence we just seem to cause another, though. Think about it would Hurricane Katrina have killed so many people if we were not using a man made structure to prevent nature from taking its course. There are levees and damns all over the world. 71.11% of the world is made up of water. When we stop the water from flowing there must be displacement somewhere. We need to worry about pandemics? There is disease all around us. Any day you can be walking around and by touching the wrong thing, you could get a terminal disease. Keep yourself clean and hope for the best, that is all you can do panic just causes more negative affect. Another natural disaster we would have to think about is the Super Volcano, never know when that is going to erupt. Everyone in the mid west dies. The people in New York all suffocate from sulfur inhalation. Should we put gas masks on every street corner in the entire Northeast. Who knows maybe alien life will come to this planet!!? They could bring disease and have advanced weaponry? Just like we did to the Indians. Are we prepared for that? The dollar is down and prices are rising. Unless the stock market goes back up we could go into a second Great Depression. Are we prepared to stop history from repeating itself? Have we learned enough from our past to prevent a Hitler Motif? The real reason for the failure to mitigate Katrina effect earlier and more effectively is quite simple. Inaction and apathy. First, for whatever reason good or bad people did not respond to the call for evacualtion as they should have. Second, the elected leaders did not act in advance to prevent disaster by removing people from harm way. Third, the response by elected officials was too little, too slow. The primary problem of running a nation of independant individuals with rights of self determination is they may well determine to do the wrong thing. Either disbelief or inability to act leads to failure to protect one self. The elected officials will only act in ways which are least likely to bring harm, blame or recrimination upon themselves. The solution is to appoint individuals unafraid to act to assume emergency command in disasters. These people must not be in a position where they must protect their own career and interests above responding correctly and quickly. If they do err (and who will not?) they must not be punished if the net result is is highly positive. Personally, I agree with Thomas in regards to inaction and apathy. I think we all should be accountable for our own responsiveness and preparedness. Now that doesn mean the government has a free pass to ignore their emergency preparedness and response duties. Disasters and emergencies are going to always happen, but the challenge is being prudent in seeing the challenges ahead and planning/executing accordingly to offset the risk in suffering deadly, uncalled for consequences..

If you look at teams that are the best in your state, you will find that they all have one thing in common, and that is team chemistry. Coaches know that it is something that cannot be taught in practice, but is something that happens over a period of time by playing them together. How do you go about winning a state soccer title? There are different opinions on how you go about doing this. One of them, if it is possible, is to start them playing together while they are still in kindergarden, and also have them play different sports together as they grow, including soccer. This is done so that not only will they learn different skills, but also each others reactions to different situations. You should hope that some of their dads coached their teams, and played them at the same level, without moving them up to a more competetitive leel. This is done to build their confidence, because it doesn't matter what place they finish in, because all they will remember is that they had fun playing. As they grow to be teenagers there will be one house where they will congregate most at, because that house will have plenty of soda and pizza on friday nights. They will grow up attending each others birthday parties, confirmations, barmitzvahs and also all other holiday celebrations. They will learn what makes each other tick. They will also celebrate when a fellow player is recognized for hi or her achievements in sports or academics. Another way to develop comraderie among older players is to socialize as a team together. For example; attend major league baseball games, have friday night pizza partiesor go to a soccer game played by older players in order to learn new techniques or they can spend a day at the zoo. This way the players get to know each other better in non playing situations. 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They have remained cordial ever since, through long political careers on the left and the right. But their good graces will be tested like never before now that they facing off in the Nov. 17 general election, the first presidential race between two women in Chile history. an inevitable return to the past, said Esteban Valenzuela, a political analyst at Universidad Alberto Hurtado in Santiago. an historic dispute between the daughter of a victim of the dictatorship and an active member of the military junta. months ago, neither woman seemed to want this. Bachelet, who served as Chile first female president from 2006 2010, was happily running the UN agency for women in New York until she finally resigned in March, when it had become painfully obvious that the center left coalition couldn settle on anyone else popular enough to win back the presidency. Matthei was running President Sebastian Pinera labor and security ministry and had her sights on retirement until the center right alliance threatened to unravel last week. Its presidential candidate shocked the country by quitting, citing depression, only weeks after winning the primary. Pinera backed Matthei as the right best remaining hope for stopping Bachelet return. Polls have suggested that Bachelet, a 61 year old former pediatrician and socialist with a maternal touch, is unstoppable. Support for Matthei, 59, has yet to be measured. An economist, Matthei is proud of having taken tough stands as she rose through the Independent Democratic Union, the hard right party that sustained Pinochet 17 year dictatorship and sought to protect his legacy for years thereafter. She describes herself as Chilean slang for a horse that can be tamed. not the daughter of a military man, I Evelyn Matthei, she declared as she launched her campaign. one sees me as the daughter of the retired general Fernando Matthei. I never been treated or behaved like daughter of. women inherited their fathers sense of duty and commitment, ignoring gender barriers as they rose through Chile male dominated politics. always said that if women can give birth they can tolerate anything. So we going to be governing with strength, Bachelet said during her first year as president. Matthei, for her part, said being female should help in her race against Bachelet. don think men really realize how they discriminate women in their daily lives, she told CNN Chile recently. are ingrained cultural issues, backward looking and not often spoken. and Matthei were close in the 1960s: Their fathers, both fighter pilots, were attached to the same military base and the girls were playmates at the same elementary school. By 1972, as other high ranking military officers were conspiring to end his socialist presidency, Allende put Gen. Bachelet in charge of overseeing food sales nationwide. President Richard Nixon, held back goods and instigated strikes to create a sense of chaos. Then came Sept. 11, 1973. Bachelet, a medical student, climbed to the roof of her university to watch fighter jets bomb the presidential palace. Her father remained loyal to Allende, even after the democratically elected president committed suicide rather than surrender. Gen. Bachelet was soon arrested. Gen. Fernando Matthei, stationed in Britain, returned home shortly after the coup, becoming Pinochet health minister and then a member of the ruling junta. Gen. Bachelet, meanwhile, died in prison after being tortured by officers at the military school run by Matthei. Pinochet takeover forced every Chilean to take sides, and the generals daughters were no exception, devoting their lives to public service from opposite sides of the political spectrum. Early on, Matthei remained in London and helped the military government British embassy with translations while studying to become a concert pianist. Bachelet joined the resistance, and helped hide dissidents until she too was arrested, in 1975. Bachelet was interrogated, tortured, jailed and then exiled an ordeal she prefers not to discuss. The former president autobiography says she suffered hardships before using political connections to reach Australia and East Germany. Both women eventually returned to Chile, and with the country return to democracy in 1990, have sought to avoid using their shared past against each other during long and successful political careers. But the truce was threatened recently, when Matthei father was called into court to answer accusations of responsibility for Gen. Bachelet torture, which happened shortly after the military school came under his command, but before he had physically moved in. Matthei called the accusations and suggested that Bachelet forces were somehow behind the judicial maneuver. Bachelet responded that her family had nothing to do with it. The tortured general widow, Angela Jeria, went even farther last year, saying that Matthei has always been our friend I care for him a lot and I certain that he wasn at the Air Force War Academy when my husband was there. candidates say they strongly committed to defending human rights, and want to run on current issues in response to mass protests that have called for profound changes in society. Bachelet vows to use a second term to fight Chile income inequality. Matthei angered elements of her own party by advocating for abortions when a mother health is in danger; Bachelet would go farther, legalizing it in cases of rape as well. Both would reform taxes and change the Pinochet era constitution to break the lock on elective offices long enjoyed by their two dominant coalitions. And both want education reform, although Bachelet agrees with the protesters demands for universal free education, and Matthei says she is opposed. triumph is not the victory of one person, but of millions of Chileans, Bachelet said after winning the center left primary. a project where the voices of citizens are vital. It the triumph of the demand for education that is free, dignified and of quality for every child. spokesman Alvaro Elizalde repeated his boss call for a clean campaign, but both sides are already in attack mode. Michelle Bachelet was running around Fifth Avenue in New York, Evelyn Matthei was running around the regions and communities of this country, seeking the citizens support, with the conviction that she has all the elements necessary to win, UDI president Patricio Melero said. Bachelet allies lashed back: Matthei heel is her past as the daughter of a junta member, now competing against one of its leading victims, countered Domingo Namuncura, a political analyst whose PPD party is in the center left coalition.

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But for the first time this season there are signs that the potential shown last season could be ready to breakout and grow. season we didn have experience closing out those close games with this unit being out there on the court without Danny and things like that, said guard George Hill. in point Friday night when the Pacers saw a consistent double digit lead evaporate in a third quarter to forget. An erratic offense shot just 28 percent from the floor (6 of 21) and recorded just two assists as the Suns made their move and closed the gap to four. Things weren much better early in the fourth as the Pacers hit just two field goals in the first 6:41 of the quarter and lost the lead for the first time since the opening minutes of the game. Yet the lead Phoenix was able to get was only two thanks to a Pacers defense that maintained the edge on the boards the entire second half and in the final 12 minutes allowed the Suns to hit just 8 of 22 shots from the floor. feel like defensively every few possessions or so especially if the game is close we feel like we can make a play defensively, said forward David West. ourselves a chance in terms of being able to win. the Pacers did that by allowing the Suns just eight points in the final five minutes and were able to generate just enough offense to push ahead in the final three minutes for the victory. defense, defense, that the biggest thing, said center Roy Hibbert on the team ability to pull out the game. just lock up in the fourth quarter whether Paul blocks down on the big or Lance (Stephenson) is trailing or trying to contest an open shot. Me guarding the perimeter guys at the end of the shot clock.

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