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国内外药政机构网址杂烩

Updated on June 3, 2015, by Yakima Teng

亚洲 – 中国 – 台湾

非洲 – Tanzania(坦桑尼亚,东非国家)

欧洲 – 乌克兰

南美

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辞职

辞职信签完字了,还剩下一些工作交接的事情,大概月底离开公司,先看两个月的书,再去找工作。

我觉得我还要看好多东西。

以上,

滕运锋,2015年5月24日于东阳横店。

致刘璐璐的儿子

孩子你好,你长大以后肯定会想知道关于你母亲的尽可能多的事情的。所以我把这下面这封捐款倡议书也附上,以后有机会的话,你也许可以看到这篇文章。原文里的账号和联系方式我去掉了,原文所附照片我也去掉了一个,因为那张照片里的你母亲已经很虚弱了,脸色看起来不太好,我希望你看到的关于你母亲的照片都是她漂亮的样子,但如果你真有一天看到了这个博客,你也还是很想看那张照片,我会发给你的。

《江苏校友会对刘璐璐同学援助捐款的倡议书》

沈阳药科大学76K中药学(日语)二班的刘璐璐同学,毕业于2014年6月。在连云港新城医药工作3个月,发现怀孕后辞职回家。于2015年4月17日上午在江苏省赣榆县妇幼保健院顺产后由于不明原因,县妇幼保健院提出子宫切除,术后出现大出血,并在术中感染导致病情恶化,转至重症监护室,后发展为左脑弥漫性出血伴有脑疝,情况危急。

4月17日在县妇幼保健院接受手术,同日转入县人民医院重症监护室。4月19日转入连云港市人民医院重症监护室。4月30日转入江苏省人民医院重症监护室。

经由刘璐璐的同学将消息散出后,经沈药校友总会刘彦老师关心,受江苏校友会会长龚声瑾所派,江苏校友会秘书长魏民,副秘书长史玉龙,秘书葛文,在得到消息的第一时间赶到省人民医院的重症监护室,看望刘璐璐及其家属,详细询问了患病过程和病情,并和刘璐璐的主治医生做了详细沟通,了解璐璐的治疗方案。校友牛崇、姜波、王苏煜也赶到医院,看望璐璐了解情况,还有很多爱心校友都密切关注着刘璐璐同学病情的发展,为刘璐璐同学祈福。

5月12日下午,刘璐璐同学病情突然恶化,全身严重败血症,左脑弥漫性出血伴有脑疝,江苏校友会校友们配合家属两次和医生商讨方案,争取治疗,但院方表示已经尽全力抢救,治疗对璐璐已无帮助,也没有好转的可能,医生说现在无非就是选择在医院办理后事,还是回家办理后事。经过巨大的心理斗争后,刘璐璐的父亲强忍心中的悲痛,选择了放弃治疗,带着刘璐璐回连云港老家。刘璐璐同学于当日晚23时永远的离开了我们。

刘璐璐在怀孕初期已从原单位辞职回家,没有医疗保险,她的爱人现在也无工作。并且父母都是老实的农村人,为了给刘璐璐治病,家中积蓄早已用完,并已借债18万,在重症监护室的10余天,每天2万余元的治疗费用更是雪上加霜。

在为刘璐璐同学扼腕叹息时,我们更应该看到可怜的孩子!孩子扔在襁褓之中,刚出世妈妈就已生命垂危,整个家庭已负债累累,孩子的未来该何去何从!尽管刘璐璐同学可能不能亲眼见证孩子的成长,但我们愿意用爱心去给孩子一个完整的未来!孩子的未来需要我们每一个人的帮助。

同时,很多校友都在提出同一个问题,在赣榆县妇幼保健院生孩子为什么会出这样的状况?当时医院的抢救措施是否符合病人的情况?是否存在医疗事故?刘璐璐的家属也会向赣榆县妇幼保健院提出医疗事故鉴定申请,并有可能起诉保健院,以期给刘璐璐和亲人们一个交代。

刘璐璐同学在患病治疗期间,家里累计借债已经有近20万元,家中还有年迈的父母和嗷嗷待哺的孩子。我们在这里呼吁广大校友伸出有爱之手,发扬沈药团结互助的精神。作为璐璐的校友我们现在所要做的事情:第一:为刘璐璐捐款,帮助她家里偿还治疗所欠下的债务,度过难关;并为璐璐未满月的孩子募捐,帮助孩子成长,给孩子一个温暖的家园。第二:希望校友们能有法律援助、医院人脉、律师人脉,懂得或认识医疗事故鉴定处理的朋友,认识法律界的朋友,认识当地法院的朋友,都能介绍给刘璐璐家属,为璐璐的维权给出意见和建议。

经由,沈药校友总会和江苏校友会商议,并得到沈药校友总会认可,发起本次援助捐款倡议。捐款金额不设限定;一方有难,八方支援!伸出我们友爱之手,让这位年轻的校友感受到江苏校友会的爱,有我们在身边就有希望!

本次倡议希望得到各分会校友们的响应;并请各分会汇总统计捐款人员名单和金额,江苏校友会秘书处将做明细备案和发至沈药校友总会备案。(附表一:各分会捐款明细表)

本次援助捐款,不接受个人捐款(个人捐款请联系各地校友会),以各分会为单位,请将捐款汇总至江苏校友会统一账户:

姓名:葛雯,卡号:XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX XXXX,

开户行:中国工商银行南京分行;

本次倡议活动联系人:葛雯 XXXXXXXXXXX(手机号1)XXXXXXXXXXX(手机号2)

电子邮箱:XXXXXXXXX@XX.XXX

校友们所捐助的款项,我们将详细登记,并在QQ群中公布;收集到款项后我们将直接汇给刘璐璐的家属,也一并在QQ群中公布。

沈阳药科大学江苏校友会秘书处

2015年5月13日

附表1:分会捐款明细表(空白)

1 2 34 5 7 8

一万块能做什么

今天中午,在QQ空间里看到同学发的状态,因为发说说的人、说说里的这个女孩和收款人李娇宇都是大学和我们同一届、同一个学院的同学,所以我断定这是条真实的消息,就想着捐一点,奈何手机不在身边。

150512_QQ saying

下午下班后,在微信里看到学校微信平台发的信息,因为手机在身边了,我就拿起来捐了一百个毛爷爷。

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一万块能做什么事情呢?

攒起来买房?你要能买得起房,也不差这一万块钱,你要买不起房,多了这一万你也还是买不起。再者,你没有房子有什么关系,租房有什么关系?

攒起来当老婆本?差一万就娶不了的女人,娶来干什么?再者,你没有老婆有什么关系,单身一辈子又怎么样了?

攒起来做事业开公司?要开公司的人了,也不会就差这么点吧?再者,你少开个公司又怎么样了?

我经常就是这么个想法,所以,一万块对对现在存款一万三的我来说,不是很重要的东西,当然我也不会去乱花——我的意思是如果我觉得我花的合理,我就不会介意它被花掉。我不知道我以后会不会成为土豪,但如果有这么一天,我不知道那时候的我会不会变得小气起来,会不会把分不清楚生命和金钱谁更可贵。所以我写下穷小子时候的我此刻的想法,为了把以后走入邪路的我拉回正道上来(if applicable)。

对这个女孩来说,一万块连半天的医药费都不够。我希望我有很多钱,我可以大大方方的打个电话过去告诉他们,钱的问题,那都不是问题。

但事实是,我现在也只是个穷小子,我只有捐一万的能力。

如果哪天,我的家人身体不好了,我不希望那个时候我只能掏得出来一百个毛爷爷。

所以,我要辞职,药厂这条路,已经很明显是个死胡同了,我不要再继续在里面溜达了。我们这些以前希望药厂能多发些工资的家伙也真是垃圾极了,这些工资什么的最后还不是会转嫁到药品的成本上去吗?然后所谓的救命药,最后救来的就只是有钱人的命吗?

我明天就要去递交辞职信,辞职,全身心充电两个月,然后转行。

我们学校很小,所以我虽然从没跟她说过话,但我经常能看到她,当然我也记得她,原因很简单,她很漂亮,很漂亮的一个女孩子!我是2013年毕业的,他们中药学(日语)专业大学要上五年,比我们多上一年,所以刘璐璐同学应该是2014年才毕业的,毕业才一年不到的小姑娘。

下面附上女孩本人的照片。

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愿刘璐璐同学能尽快好起来!

以上,

滕运锋,2015年5月12日于东阳横店。

Lecture 01: Introduction and Overview

视频地址:http://open.163.com/movie/2011/1/E/C/M7GA2ARN7_M7GA2QMEC.html

For those of you who don’t know me, my name is Christopher Scanland. I’ll be the lecturer and tutor in this subject – The Online Production Workshop.

What you have coming around at the moment is a subject outline. It’s a cut-down version of the longer version which is online and in this seminar today we ‘re just going to be going through the expectations of the subject, going through a little bit of what to expect in this subject, and in terms of assignments, due dates, some of the content of the subject, and some sort of justification of it too because, I guess one the things that this course does, or this subject does is take you into sort of the technical side of production, particularly online production.

When I first taught this subject in 2008, we didn’t sort of, we didn’t go into the code. We just kept you looking at Dreamweaver, so you never actually saw any code or HTML (INAUDIBLE). It was more or less building a website, without, like if you were just using Word or a similar application.

Now I’ve changed that, and I’ve got you all coding, and a lot of people get a little bit frightened of that.

So first of all, I wanted to ask: who has built a website before, with code or with Dreamweaver? No? No one? That’s interesting because one of the things we get told, as university lecturers, over and over again is that, generation Y (most of you are generation Y) are all Digital Natives, and that you’re all at home with technology, and that you’ve all done these things before. I am very suspicious of that kind, actually. I think it’s kind of, it does no one any favors to pretend that. We’re all up with technology. And I’m certainly not blaming students for not being true to the theory educational theorists come up with, but I think educational theorists have actually run a little bit ahead. It may be true in some places, but it certainly isn’t in my experience true of La Trope students. But in this course you will be building a website. You’ll be learning the techniques to build a website.

Who has a blog? That’s the other question. Okay, who has used. Of those people who have blogs, who has one on wordpress.com? Okay, and other people have blogger.com, Tumbler? Something like that? Yeah? Okay. Because we’re going to be blogging, in this subject as well.

Now you might, and this I guess is my way of justification. You might ask yourself, well, I’m a media student, or I’m a journalism student, why do I need to learn how to code? Why do I need to learn how to do anything but the creative side? And the reason I would give you is, I thinks it’s, like any skill, whether you’re doing something like video game production or sound production, you should actually know something about the technologies that you’d use to produce these things. And so much of journalism is now online, and online of course as we know is changing the face of journalism. It’s changing the face of public relations for those of you who are interested in that kind of path. It’s changing the shape of all communications. And I think it’s going to be incumbent upon us as educators to actually teach something about those technologies.

So that’s what this course is really about – Teaching you tha basics of HTML and CSS. We’re going to be looking at and I’ll be talking a little bit more about this, the latest iteration of HTML, because there are different versions of HTML. Luckily there’s only about, you know, about a 2% difference between versions. So it’s not a big deal. So the version of HTML that I’m going to teach you will equip you to understand all the other versions as well. So although you may come across HTML 5, which is what we’re going to be talking about in this subject. And you may come across HTML 4, 4.01, you may come across XHTML. There are kind of names, and they do many things, but there’s very little difference between XHTML, HTML 4, and HTML 5. You’ll be pleased to know. We’ll also be talking about accessibility and design issues, this is a major issue online. And you might think I’m not a designer, didn’t enroll in a design course, I’m not in a computer science course, why are we doing this? Again, I maintain that these sorts of skills are absolutely intergral to a full journalism/media/pr education now. And even if you don’t go on to create websites, or anything in that vein, just knowing how the back end of these things work, what’s under the hood, will help you to become a better writer. And to kind of know the limitations and possibilities o this technology as well which will then fold in to kind of how you think about story telling. By way of a couple examples here, or a couple of stories of how this pointed out during the non-teaching break, I caught up with a colleague, who teaches a similar kind of course in Canada, and one of the things he tries to get students to do is not just to think about the technology, all the sort of code, and the applications, and all those sorts of things, but also how you actually go about telling a story online, in a way that is fundamentally different from in print, or broadcase, or radio. And even if you have audio and video in it, how do you do it differently online. So I think all of those are absolutely essential to a journalism education.

The other thing I would say is that again you may not wish to. This may be the only course you ever do where you use HTML and CSS. And that’s fine, but I promise you that having a little bit of knowledge particularly on the knowledge of code, even understanding the grammar of code, the syntax and code things together, will put you so far ahead of the people who don’t know anything about it. And I can tell you this from my own experience. Because I’m sort of in the journalism area, whenever people have problems with websites, or with Upstart, which I built, things like blogging platforms and whatever, they come to me and that creates work for me. But it also means you have a lot more flexibility about what you can do, and the possibilities of what you can do. So you can kind of, this will give you an edge, in terms of employment, and you only have to know a little bit, to be an expert, or to be considered an expert, which is the same thing. Okay, it’s not the same thing. But for the purpose of perceptions, it is the same thing.

The other thing we’ll be looking at is building an audience and promoting a website, which is a huge area. We’re just going to touch on it. But it will give you a taste of the issues and considerations that go into those things.

Okay, so, at the end of the course, you should be able to do these things. Design and code a functional, user-friendly web page. And even if you have’t done this, I’m not expecting you to become… I’ll get into this in a moment (我会稍微说说这个). I’m not expecting you to become a designer, through tis course. I’m not a designer, I don’t expect you to do that. I’m certainly not a computer scientise, and I don’t expect you to become a computer scientise, okay? So I see, I’m unable to teach these things. What I can teach you is some very basic design skills online, and loads of things like, can you aligh things to the left, can you anchor things to a page like, and what I’m talking about, when I’m talking about anchors is visual anchors. So like, for sort of non-designers like me, things have to be connected to other things on the page. So if you have left aligned, then you have centered, then you have right aligned, and you don’t have them connected to anything else, then it’s not a very designed page. But if you have left aligned up here, and you have something down here, that that’s left aligned, and something right aligned over here, that lines up with somethings on the right, then it’s kind of a balanced page, even if it’s just a picture over here, it’s just something for the eye to follow. This is why centered text, if you ever get an essay, an essay you write, you put it and you center it, in Word, it looks terrible, it’s very hard to read, because there’s nothing for your eye to follow. So we’re going to be talking about design at that level, very simple level.

I also want you, at the end of this couse, you’ll be confident on reading and writing HTML and CSS3 cascading style sheets, and again we’ll get into what those acronyms actually mean in a moment, but you will have kind of a taste, and you only need a little taste, to get the grammar or syntax down, and you can kind of work out what’s happening in a page. I would warn you though, and some of you will come, and it’s often the person that comes up to me at the end of the course, and says you know, I’m really a technical Luddite, I know nothing about this stuff. I’m going to really struggle. It’s often those people that by week 12, week 13 are really into HTML and CSS. And I think some of you will be … so that’s definitely not going to be me, but HTML and cascading style shets are a bit addictive. They’re frustrating but addictive, because it’s kind of like working out a puzzle, and you get instant feedback. So you can kind of write your code in the text editor, then load it into the browser, and you get an instant result, and you can see what changes happened, and if no changes happened, then you have to go back to the drawing board, back to the text editor. But you get this very quick feed back, and it becomes highly addictive, and there’s also, with coding, there’s often the case that you’ll just sit there writing code, and you telegraph into another, sort of, zone of consciousness, and you look at you clock, and you think 5 minutes has passed, but it’s actually 3 hours has passed.

2015年5月7日暂停于10:20时间点处。

It’s kind of one of those things where it almost becomes meditative, you kind of go into thise meditative state. But I will say it’s actually, particularly at the start, very very very frustrating. So if you are making mistakes, sorry I should rephrase that, if you’re not making lots of mistakes, up until about 8, you’re not trying hard enough. Okay? You’re not writing enough. The only way to learn this stuff of the fastest way I can teach you or tell you to learn it is to write lots of it, make lots of mistakes, and come out the other end, and it will start to make sense. And again, to some of you, it might start only making sense by about week 10, but that’s normal. So don’t worry if you’re kind of like, you know, uterly confused with this stuff, particularly when we get to things like layouts, and divs, where you divide up the page, and shift things around. If you find that particularly frustrating, that’s a good sign. Because it means that, you know, first comes confusion, then comes understanding. So if you’re making lots of errors, but you’re writing lots of code, and finding it very frustrating. That’s very normal with HTML. It’s a steep learning curve. But once you get it, you get it, and it’s time to make lots of things. The other thing why it’s a steep learning curve is that you have to learn one thing, then you have to zig-zag over here, and learn another thing, and then you come back, and that first thing kind of makes sense, and then you kind of download a bit more HTML. Then you go back to the CSS, so it’s kind of a zig-zag approach. And it’s only at the end, when you look back, and go Ah, it all makes sense. But until that point, a lot of you will find it very frustrating, and that okay. The other thing I want you to be doing again by blogging, is to make an online portfolio of work by a blog, and twitter accounts, so we will be setting up twitter accounts. So who’s on twitter? Yep, for those of you who aren’t, we’ll get you on twitter. That’s again another important thing. You may think twitter is just this thing that people keep talking about, and people keep telling you to get on twitter, and you say no, and I’ve said this before, it’s becomming more and more integral to news. And a good example of that, my wife Casey recently went to a book launch by Darren Hinch, and at readings, and Darren Hinch, as part of his launching of his books, he said that in the news room, they no longer subscribe to feeds anymore, like they don’t have Reuters, and these kinds of wire services. Now they just use twitter, they just sign up to their twitter page, and it’s instantaneous. So you get this sort of news, and they buy in the content that they want. So the just use twitter now. So twitter is transforming the way, in which people know about news. Of course, you can use it, for completely banal purposes, such as you can update people on what you had for breakfast, bu there are more serious purposes, that people are using it. And it’s across the board. It’s not just journalism. It’s people working in PR, working in media. It’s a whole range of things, and who knows? In 5 years twitter might not exist, and that’s okay, we will have moved on to the next thing. The thing is to get on the track now and then watch as things change, and how they change. So I’m not suggesting wordpress.com is going to be around forever. I’m not suggesting twitter is going to be around forever. But those kinds of communication are reaching , sorry those platforms are reshaping, the ways in which we get news, and the way in which we communicate online. So they’re good starting points, at least for the present.

And what the subject is not. It’s not a design course. I’m talking about basic principles only. We’re not intersested in creating an MSN.com. I’m not going to teach you anything like java script or you know action script, or any of these advanced tools, we’re not going to go in to XML. If all of that seems like blah blah blah to you, that’s okay, we’re not going to be touching them. They are, kind of, if you choose to go on, these would be the kinds of things, you would come across later on. But HTML and CSS is the basis of the internet. It’s kind of like the DNA of every web page. This is not a computer science course, and again, a lot of people are scared here. They say well you’re teaching us code, that looks like computer science to me. A computer scientist would laugh at that. HTML is mark-up, and I’ll show you an example, of what HTML is. It’s basic formatting information, that a computer can understand. But there’s no, in computer science, you have things like variables, and you can manipulate data. HTML what we’re going to be learning anyways is completely static. You tell things this is a paragraph, this is a heading, this is a section of a page, this is the heading section, this is a menu. That’s all HTML does. It does nothing else. It doesn’t manipulate data, it just is a way of encoding information, in a way that a web browser can understand. So it’s not computer science. This is the technologies that we’ll be using. HTML 5, or just HTML as it’s called now. You will find HTML 5 referred to on the internet, as the 5th iteration of HTML standard, the standard language of the net. They’ve now dropped the 5, it’s just HTML because it’s what they call a living standard, so it’s going to be continually updated, and maintained. We’re also going to be looking at CSS, and the latest version of that is CSS3. CSS stands for cascading style sheets. And style sheets, one way of thinking about this and it’s not a perfect description in my mind anyway. HTML tells you what is a paragraph on a page, what’s a heading, what’s a menu, what’s a link. CSS will tell you what a heading looks like. So that’s the basic divider. HTML will tell you about, the structure of the page. CSS will tell you what it looks type is. So HTML will say This is a paragraph, and CSS will say This is a paragraph and render it in Arial 12 point font, in a horrible shade of green. So that’s kind of what CSS does. HTML sort of does nothing. It just sort of tells you what’s a paragraph, what’s a heading, and you can target all of these things. We’ll go into that. Those are the basics, the basic technologies we’ll be looking at. HTML just to give you a bit of history. HTML actually, it’s actually people wonder, where these things come from, how do we all agree? Working groups and groups that get together. The latest version of HTML, which stands for hypertext markup language, developed by the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group, and this is basically people from Apple, Google, Mozilla. Mozilla are the people behind Firefox, the browser Firefox, and Opera, another browser manufacturer. And they were disheartened with how the World Wide Web Consortium, that’s this organization here, W3C. They call themselves. This stands for the World Wide Web Consortium. These were the people they kind of maintain the language. Another sort of working group, these sort of companies, with a key interest in the net. They developed the hypertext markup language, and now have kind of been annoyed, so the slow progress of developing HTML, the previous version or iteration of HTML, came out in about 2002, and nothing had really happened, fr years and years and years. And they felt they were being ignored, and their browsers, and development, of what people were doing with the web was changing, and they really weren’t keeping up. So they formed their own working group, came up with a specification, a standard called HTML 5, it’s the 5th iteration and that’s what we’re going to be looking at. The tricky thing about HTML 5, oh, I should, before we get into that, if any of you have a computer now, if you have a PC or and Apple, you have all of the software you’ll need, to start making web pages right now, all you need is a text editor and a web browser. A web browser, quite simple, although I’ll talk about some of the dangers. Internet Explorer, Microsoft, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and a lot of people don’t know, that Safari is available for PCs as well. It’s not just for Macs. So if you go down here, Safari 5.1, which I think was released yesterday, for Mac and PC. Google Chrome, and the last of the bunch, that hardly anyone knows about, is Opera. And Opera is, a lot of devices have Opera. I’ve got Opera on my Blacberry, for instance. Opera is kind of the standard, they’re really keen about keeping standards, so everything is standards compliant. When web people talk about standards complicant, they mean that, everyone abides by the same rules. So these people, particularly people who like Opera, ted not to like Internet Explorer, for instance, because they say, Internet Explorer doesn’t really abide by any standards, because Microsoft is so big, they can kind of more or less do what they want. That’s a whole debate, and we’ll leave that for the message boards. People complain, vigorously, particularly web designers. They hate working with Internet Explorer. The reason why, and this isn’t an anti-microsoft rant, people actually, there is a well-founded dislike, by people who have to build websites, because Internet Explorer 6 or 7 almost did not work in supporting cascading style sheets. So as style sheets were developed, version 6 and 7 of the Internet Explorer Browser didn’t really keen up, so they had to find all these work-arounds so their pages are rendered properly in Internet Explorer, and dispalyed properly to the user in the way that the author of the page intended.

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以上,

滕运锋,2015年5月8日,于东阳横店。

照片@康裕

平常不怎么拍照,但是自2013年10月来康裕之后,近两年时间里,还有有些值得收藏的照片的。

2014年十一长假期间去了深圳,在那边拍的照片见:《十一深圳行》,本文不再重复那些照片。

2015年4月公司有个羽毛球赛,相应的照片将出现在下一篇文章中,本文亦不再重复。

其他的照片如下。

篮球赛(第二):

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2014年玫瑰星城·荧光夜跑活动

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2014普洛康裕气排球团体赛(第一)

2014普洛康裕气排球团体赛20141114_03

2014普洛康裕气排球团体赛20141114_01

2014年普洛沈药校友聚会(缺孙学长一人):

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2015年清明节,大学室友齐聚杭州,在小雨中绕西湖骑行一周。

 

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以上,滕运锋,2015年5月2日更新于浙江横店。