Elizabeth White

Elizabeth White may refer to:

Elizabeth Hartley (actress), née White
Elizabeth Coleman White (1871–1954), New Jersey agricultural specialist
Liz White (actress) (born 1979), English actress
Liz White (animal rights) (born c. 1950), animal rights activist, and leader of the Animal Alliance Environment Voters Party of Canada

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2013 IIHF World U18 Championships

2013 IIHF U18 World Championship

Tournament details

Host country
 Russia

Dates
18 – 28 April 2013

Teams
10

Venue(s)
2 (in 1 host city)

Final positions

Champions 
 Canada (3rd title)

Runner-up 
 United States

Third place 
 Finland

Fourth place
 Russia

Tournament statistics

Matches played
30

Goals scored
199 (6.63 per match)

Attendance
65,066 (2,169 per match)

Scoring leader(s)
Connor McDavid
(14 points)

MVP
Connor McDavid[1]

Website
http://u18worlds2013.iihf.com/

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The 2013 IIHF U18 World Championship was the 15th IIHF World U18 Championship and was hosted in Sochi, Russia. This was also a test event for the facilities to be used in the 2014 Winter Olympics. It began on 18 April 2013 with the gold medal game played on 28 April 2013.
Canada won its third under-18 championship by defeating the four time defending champion Americans 3–2. The host Russians lost to Finland 2–1 in the bronze medal game. MVP Connor McDavid set Canadian records for goals and points in the tournament.

Contents

1 Top Division

1.1 Format
1.2 Venues
1.3 Officials
1.4 Preliminary round

1.4.1 Group A
1.4.2 Group B

1.5 Relegation round
1.6 Knockout stage

1.6.1 Quarterfinals
1.6.2 Semifinals
1.6.3 Bronze medal game
1.6.4 Gold medal game

1.7 Scoring leaders
1.8 Leading goaltenders
1.9 Tournament Awards
1.10 Final standings

2 Division I

2.1 Division I A
2.2 Division I B

3 Division II

3.1 Division II A
3.2 Division II B

4 Division III

4.1 Division III A
4.2 Division III B

5 References
6 External links

Top Division[edit]
Format[edit]
A new format was implemented. The four best ranked teams from the preliminary round advanced to the quarterfinals, while the last placed teams played a relegation round in a best of three format to determine the relegated team.[2] Additionally the practice of playing ranking games (fifth place through eighth place) was abandoned.
Venues[edit]

Bolshoy Ice Dome
Shayba Arena

Officials[edit]
The IIHF selected 12 referees and 10 linesmen to work the 2013 IIHF U18 World Championship.
They were the following:[3]

Referees

Tobias Björk
Marcus Brill
Igor Dremelj
Peter Gebei
Jacob Grumsen
René Hradil
Andreas Koch
Jari Leppäalho
Timothy Mayer
Róbert Mullner
Steve Papp
Evgeniy Romasko

Linesmen

Vasili Kaliada
Kenji Kosaka
Joep Leermakers
Fraser McIntyre
Eduard Metalnikov
Pasi Nieminen

Artspace in Richmond, Virginia

artspace

Formation
1988; 29 years ago (1988)

Location

Richmond, Virginia

Website
www.artspacegallery.org

Artspace in Richmond, Virginia began in 1988 and is a non-profit, artist-run 501-C3 gallery and performance space currently located south of the James River in the Manchester area of the city at Zero East 4th Street in the art complex Plant Zero. The gallery began as Artspace 1306 in a donated, rent-free space at 1306 Cary Street in Richmond’s historic Shockoe Slip. Upon the loss of its free space, the gallery moved to North 18th Street in Shockoe Bottom, retaining its original name of Artspace 1306. The gallery’s next move as Artspace 1306 was to a much larger building at 6 East Broad Street in Jackson Ward,[1] and the name of the gallery was changed at the request of the Richmond post office to Artspace, removing its former street number to prevent confusion at the new location. Artspace was the first of the Shockoe Bottom art galleries incorporated as non-profit organizations to locate on Broad Street, and it became an anchor gallery for Richmond’s First Friday Art Walk and a popular and long-lasting venue for the Arts and Cultural District formed for Broad Street and Downtown Richmond.[2]

Contents

1 Early history
2 Early exhibitions at Artspace 1306 in Shockoe Slip and Shockoe Bottom
3 Exhibitions at Artspace in Jackson Ward at 6 East Broad St.
4 Performance art and events
5 Outreach and traveling exhibitions
6 Collaboration of Artspace and Art6 on ThinkSmall
7 Artspace continues in Manchester at Plant Zero
8 References
9 External links

Early history[edit]
Drawing membership from the Richmond Artists Association, the Richmond Printmaking Workshop, the local branch of the Women’s Caucus for Art, and artists allied either as exhibiting artists, faculty, or students with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the School of the Arts at Virginia Commonwealth University, the first organizational meeting of Artspace was held at the home of artist Henrietta Near and her husband, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts curator Pinkney L. Near, in Richmond’s Fan District. The gallery opened soon after in 1988 as Artspace 1306 in Richmond’s Shockoe Slip. The gallery name reflected its location at 1306 East Cary Street in “The Slip.” The name Artspace 1306 was retained when the gallery relocated in Shockoe Bottom on North 18th Street and incorporated as a 501C-3 organization. Limited by the small size of their rental space, flooding of gal

Swinging-flashlight test

The swinging-flashlight test is used to help a practitioner identify a relative afferent pupillary defect.

Contents

1 Process
2 Interpretation
3 See also
4 References
5 External links

Process[edit]
For an adequate test, vision must not be entirely lost. In dim room light, the examiner notes the size of the pupils. The patient is asked to gaze into the distance, and the examiner swings the beam of a penlight back and forth from one pupil to the other, and observes the size of pupils and reaction in the eye that is lit.
Interpretation[edit]

Normally, each illuminated pupil promptly becomes constricted. The opposite pupil also constricts consensually.
When ocular disease, such as cataract, impairs vision, the pupils respond normally.
When the optic nerve is damaged, the sensory (afferent) stimulus sent to the midbrain is reduced. The pupil, responding less vigorously, dilates from its prior constricted state when the light is moved away from the unaffected eye and towards the affected eye. This response is a relative afferent pupillary defect (or Marcus Gunn pupil).

See also[edit]

Eye examination

References[edit]

Bickley L.S. 2008. Bates’ guide to physical examination and history taking. 10th ed. Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, New York. p. 244.

External links[edit]

http://library.med.utah.edu/neurologicexam/html/cranialnerve_normal.html#05

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Medical examination and history taking

Medical history

Chief complaint
History of the present illness
Systems review
Nursing assessment
Allergies

Medications

Past medical history

Surgical history

Family history
Social history
Psychiatric history
Progress notes
Mnemonics

SAMPLE
OPQRST
SOAP

Physical examination

General/IPPA

Inspection
Auscultation
Palpation
Percussion

Vital signs

Temperature
Heart rate
Blood pressure
Respiratory rate

HEENT

Oral mucosa
TM
Eyes (Ophthalmoscopy, Swinging-flashlight test)
Hearing (Weber, Rinne)

Respiratory

Respiratory sounds
Cyanosis
Clubbing

Cardiovascular

Precordial examination
Peripheral vascular examination
Heart sounds

Other

Jugular venous pressure
Abdominojugular test
Carotid bruit
Ankle-brachial pressure index

Abdominal

Digestive

Liver span
Rectal
Murphy’s sign
Bowel sounds

Urinary

Murphy’s punch sign

Extremities/Joint

Back (Straight leg raise)
Knee (McMurray test)
Hip
Wrist (Tinel sign, Phalen maneuver)
Shoulder (Adson’s sign)
GALS