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Truth in Science writes that "it is time for students to be permitted to adopt a more critical approach to Darwinism in science lessons.Armed policemen in vans were on ground to maintain peace. On Monday Obama justified that action as “directly tied to our objective of protecting Americans in Iraq, would continue to expand network in tier II and III cities in the country. The two gunmen fired 65 to 75 rounds during the attack and then another 76 rounds in a later shootout with police, The Atlantic Monthly reports. Scientific research gets plenty of support in a new poll released today by Research America: Eighty-eight percent of respondents say that research helps create jobs and raise incomes Rajiv Shah has barely been in his job as the US Department of Agriculture’s undersecretary for research education and economics for 5 months but President Barack Obama has nominated him for head of US AID A new report highlights family-friendly policies and adherence to Title IX by US universities and the federal government as the keys to keeping women in science careers Google Maps will now offer help in finding nearby flu vaccines in 20 statesA decision to overhaul the leadership of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center after an outside review group found serious patient safety problems has sparked an uproar at the NIH campus in Bethesda Maryland In a recent letter department chiefs at the center wrote that the review triggered by problems with a drug production facility unfairly concluded that patient safety has been compromised across the research hospital They say the working group’s report has demoralized staff worried patients and “demonized” the center’s leadership Patient advocates and clinical research leaders across NIH have also written letters taking issue with the review NIH Director Francis Collins yesterday responded to one of the letters from Clinical Center department heads In a statement Collins said he is “taking the comments … very seriously They are highly dedicated senior leaders and I have great respect for all of them” At the same time he “stand[s] by” the outside working group’s process and expertise and agrees that the center needs “more central authority and accountability” Collins was expected to meet with clinical leaders today to discuss their concerns The Clinical Center’s troubles began about a year ago when fungal contamination was found in two vials of a drug from a sterile production unit in the center’s pharmaceutical development section A review found other problems at the facility such as insects in light fixtures Although no patients were harmed in December 2015 Collins asked a so-called Red Team—a working group of his Advisory Committee to the Director—to review the entire Clinical Center The team’s April report found “substantial operations issues” with patient safety regulatory compliance and leadership It described a culture in which patient safety “became subservient to research demands” In response Collins announced several changes including a new hospital board And on 10 May he said that Clinical Center Director John Gallin’s team would be replaced with a new leadership structure similar to that used by most hospitals: a chief executive officer chief operating officer and chief medical officer Gallin’s team will stay on during the changes Collins said But Clinical Center staff say the Red Team’s report went too far In the strongly worded letter dated 16 May from seven Center department heads and senior scientist Harvey Alter they wrote that the claim that patient safety took a back seat to research is “quite simply incorrect” They suggested the Red Team would have come to different conclusions if they had met with more clinical research leaders and patients examined positive reviews by outside accrediting organizations and reviewed standard metrics for quality of care— such as data on patient falls and infections Instead the Red Team “conflated deficiencies in certain clinical center operations” as “indicative of the quality” of individual patient care stated the letter first described by The Wall Street Journal The resulting report and subsequent news coverage they write has “demonized [Clinical Center] leadership demoralized high effective employees … and alarmed our patients” Members of the Clinical Center’s patient advisory group have weighed in too noting in an open letter yesterday that they are not aware of any patient safety breaches They make a plea to retain Gallin and his leadership team who they argue have become “scapegoats” for broader problems such as the center’s unsettled funding A more measured 27 May letter from a committee comprised of the clinical directors from NIH’s institutes also expressed “concerns” The authors pointed out that the center’s safety standards are actually higher than in most hospitals because all patients are part of an approved research protocol and are closely monitored At the same time the committee agrees with some problems identified in the report including the fact that funding for the Clinical Center’s operations comes from a tax on NIH institutes The center needs its own budget stream and more dedicated money to make needed changes the letter suggests Another widely accepted conclusion in the Red Team report is that it is a problem that many staff working in the Clinical Center report to leaders at their institutes and not the center’s leadership Collins has already responded to this issue by giving these staff an additional reporting line to the Clinical Center director NIH says The Red Team’s chair former Lockheed Martin CEO Norm Augustine did not respond to an email request for comment But team member Harlan Krumholz a cardiologist at Yale University defended the report’s conclusions saying it was based on interviews with NIH experts site visits and reading “extensive materials” “We saw clear opportunities to elevate systems so that they could more reliably ensure the safety” of patients Krumholz told ScienceInsider As for the report’s lack of data showing broader patient safety problems he adds “the issue that led to the Red Team should be evidence enough of a problem” Today NIH posted a “correction” to the Red Team report’s assertion that the Clinical Center has not collected common quality control measures “In fact the Clinical Center does collect metrics associated with patient safety” but NIH is evaluating whether more are needed the Red Team web page states Although several signers of the 16 May letter did not respond to emails requesting comment one NIH clinical research leader told ScienceInsider that “hundreds” of staff are upset by the Red Team’s report and Collins’s response which they worry will “ruin” the Clinical Center A group called the NIH Assembly of Scientists that represents intramural staff is also considering whether to write Collins but was holding off until after the meeting with him today rape and murder. but that he will not comply. 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