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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Indiana Newsletter for Sunday August 18, 2019 ( 13 items )  

Current Sports Medicine Reports Journal Issues 4 Research Articles in August 2019 Edition
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 12 -- Current Sports Medicine Reports, a journal from the American College of Sports Medicine that says it focuses on the clinical aspects of sports medicine, published four research articles on the following topics in its August 2019 edition: * Collapse Box Special Communication * Effects of Physical Activity, Exercise, and Fitness on Obesity-Related Morbidity and Mortality * The Health Benefits of Exercise in Overweight and Obese Patients * The Role of Exercise   more

Danny Niederberger Pledges to Support Term Limits on Congress
WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 -- U.S. Term Limits issued the following news release: U.S. Term Limits (USTL), the leader in the non-partisan national movement to limit terms for elected officials, praises Danny Niederberger, 2020 U.S. House candidate for Indiana U.S. House (District 5), for signing the pledge for an amendment to term limit Congress. He is the first person in the race to do so. Currently, U.S. Term Limits has the support of nearly 70 pledge signers in Congress. USTL President Philip Blum  more

Greater Fort Wayne: Nailed It DIY Studio Gets Crafty at First Indiana Location
FORT WAYNE, Indiana, Aug. 15 -- Greater Fort Wayne issued the following news: Local residents can live out their HGTV dreams with the help of a new Fort Wayne business. Nailed It DIY Studio is set to open its first location in the state of Indiana at 918 Woodland Plaza Run, Suite 102 in Fort Wayne. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is scheduled for 2 p.m on Thursday, Aug. 22. Nailed It DIY Studio helps customers create unique home decor items such as wall art, serving trays, family game pieces, and mu  more

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise Journal Issues 21 Research Articles in September 2019 Edition
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 15 -- The Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise Journal, a journal from the American College of Sports Medicine that says it features current topics in sports medicine and exercise science, published 21 research articles on the following topics in its September 2019 edition: * Beep Test Performance Is Influenced by 30 Minutes of Cognitive Work * Blood Flow-restricted Exercise Does Not Induce a Cross-Transfer of Effect: A Randomized Controlled Trial * Cardiopu  more

New Hire to Lead The Mind Trust's Communications Strategy
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 12 -- The Mind Trust issued the following news release: The Mind Trust, an Indianapolis-based education nonprofit, has hired Kateri Whitley as Director of Communications. Whitley will lead The Mind Trust's internal and external communications efforts across the organization to support its work of attracting and training world-class talent, launching and supporting high-quality schools, and engaging the Indianapolis community. In her role, Whitley will execute a loca  more

North American Meat Institute: Food Writers See How Veal Calves are Raised Today Through a Revealing Farm Tour Funded by the Beef Checkoff
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15 -- The North American Meat Institute issued the following news release: * * * - "So many misconceptions were put to rest" * * * Seven food writers recently participated in a food and farm excursion to see first-hand how veal calves are raised. The North American Meat Institute, on behalf of the Beef Checkoff, hosted the tour which included visiting multiple veal farms in Pennsylvania and Indiana. The writers visited with farmers, animal nutritionists, veterinarians, fee  more

Parkview Heart Institute Announces Affiliation With Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute
FORT WAYNE, Indiana, Aug. 14 -- The Cleveland Clinic issued the following news release: The Parkview Heart Institute is now an affiliate of the nation's top-ranked heart program, the Cleveland Clinic Heart & Vascular Institute, further elevating cardiovascular care for patients in the region. At a press conference today, Roy Robertson, M.D., FACC, president of the Parkview Heart Institute, explained that the affiliation will give Parkview access to the best practices that have helped Cleveland  more

Sigma Book Helps Clinicians Implement Cost-Reduction Efforts
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 12 -- The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing issued the following news: * * * - How-to guide introduces proven model of bedside-driven fiscal responsibility * * * Quality, safe care is one of the most important tenets of healthcare. However, with increasing healthcare costs, institutions are sometimes quick to cut their largest asset that keeps patients safe - their workforce. Evidence shows, though, that cutting labor expenses, especially in n  more

Society of Professional Journalists: Boston Globe Receives Pulliam First Amendment Award
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 12 -- The Society of Professional Journalists issued the following news: The Boston Globe Spotlight Team has been selected to receive the Eugene S. Pulliam First Amendment Award for its work in exposing secrecy in the Massachusetts court system. Presented by the Society of Professional Journalists Foundation, the award recognizes those who have fought to protect and preserve one or more of the rights guaranteed by the First Amendment. It is awarded in memory of Euge  more

Society of Professional Journalists: Tim Steller of the Arizona Daily Star Receives $75,000 Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 13 -- The Society of Professional Journalists issued the following news: Tim Steller, metro columnist for the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson, Arizona, has been chosen for the 2019 Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing. Steller plans to spend the next year studying ways in which public opinion regarding the border and immigration policy are manipulated - by politicians and governments on both sides of the border, and by interest groups and advocates. "It's  more

Society of Professional Journalists: William Paterson University Professor, Nicholas Hirshon, Named Outstanding Campus Adviser
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 15 -- The Society of Professional Journalists issued the following news: The Society of Professional Journalists has named Nicholas Hirshon as the recipient of this year's David L. Eshelman Outstanding Campus Adviser Award. Hirshon is a journalism professor at William Paterson University in New Jersey, where he also advises the SPJ student chapter. The Outstanding Campus Chapter Adviser Award, initiated in 1978, is presented annually to an individual who has made an  more

SPJ Selects Melinda McAdams, University of Florida Professor, for Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 16 -- The Society of Professional Journalists issued the following news: The Society of Professional Journalists has chosen Melinda McAdams as recipient of the Distinguished Teaching in Journalism Award. McAdams is the Knight Chair in Journalism Technologies and the Democratic Process in the journalism department at the University of Florida. Each year, SPJ honors an outstanding journalism educator who has made an exceptional contribution to the profession and/or jo  more

The Mind Trust Receives $4.6 Million From the Walton Family Foundation to Support High-Quality Teachers, Leaders, and Schools
INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, Aug. 16 -- The Mind Trust issued the following news release: The Mind Trust, an Indianapolis-based education nonprofit, today announced that it has received a $4.6 million grant from the Walton Family Foundation to support the growth and success of high-quality teachers, leaders, and schools in Indianapolis. The grant will provide funding for the recently-launched Relay Graduate School of Education (Relay) Teaching Residency, The Mind Trust's School Leader Fellowships, an  more