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Alex Pearce says he had never given up hope of one day returning to play for Fremantle.

The defender broke his leg against Richmond in round nine of the 2016 season and had a further set back ahead of the 2017 season with another fracture in the tibia in his right leg.

just so passionate about getting back and playing with the boys and get back to where I was. was joined at Monday skills and running session by fellow first to fourth year players who did not feature in Peel finals series; Connor Blakely, Darcy Tucker, Ed Langdon, Cam McCarthy, Brady Grey, Ethan Hughes and Michael Apeness.

always good to be back and, especially for myself, to come back in and join in with some more footy and continue that road to recovery. aren many of us here today as there are a few boys away due to WAFL finals, but it good to see a few familiar faces and to catch up with everyone.

looked forward to coming back for a while now and continue that road towards getting back and playing footy. of the session, Pearce told media that his off season program meant he would be able to hit the ground running on the track.

getting pretty close to where I need to be to join in with full training, Pearce said.

all gone really well and I feeling really strong. I been able to get back to doing a bit more speed work as well as kicking a footy it starting to feel a bit more like football (training) at the moment. 22 year old said that he will soon have a schedule that maps out his return.
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DES MOINES, Iowa Des Moines native Brian Hardin has been named Drake University’s director of athletics, President Marty Martin announced Tuesday.

He will join the Bulldog staff on Dec. 11 and become the 17th athletic director in University history. Hardin is currently a deputy director of athletics at Marquette University, with prior experience at Ball State University and the University of Notre Dame. Hardin will be formally introduced to the Drake community at a press conference on Nov. in The Courtside Club, located inside the Shivers Basketball Practice Facility.

“After a robust, national search with a deep pool of highly qualified prospects, it became clear that Brian was the right fit for Drake,” said Drake University President Marty Martin. “His reputation for success and integrity in all facets of athletics administration at Division I institutions immediately attracted us to him. Most importantly, Brian understands and is passionate about the distinct and important role athletics play in supporting the Drake University mission. His strong vision will ensure a seamless transition with Megan Franklin, who has provided tremendous service as our interim director of athletics.”

As deputy director and part of the athletic department’s executive team at Marquette, Hardin helped oversee the university’s 16 varsity sports, more than 300 student athletes, and nearly 100 full time employees. His work in the department’s business development and external engagement areas generated more than $11 million annually. Hardin was part of five BIG EAST championship programs, which were the first BIG EAST championships won by their respective programs in school history.

Martin noted that Hardin’s familiarity with Drake and Des Moines from having grown up here and competing on Drake Stadium’s Blue Oval is a nice bonus for the community and an added draw for his family. Brian and his wife, Cara, have three sons and twins Elliot and Bennett.

“I am so grateful to President Martin and the search committee for this exciting opportunity,” Hardin said. “In order for an athletics department to be successful, there has to be strong university leadership. Drake has a president and board of trustees who understand and support athletics. I look forward to building upon the University’s storied past and helping create an even brighter future for our student athletes, fans, alumni and the greater Des Moines community.”

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“We could not be more excited to welcome Brian and his family back to Des Moines and to our Bulldog family,” said Jennie Baranczyk, Drake Head Women’s Basketball Coach. “We are confident that our program has the support needed from the president’s office and incoming leadership in the athletic department to compete at the highest level.” Baranczyk, President Martin, and Drake University Trustee Dan Jacobi comprised the search committee and were assisted by Korn Ferry Executive Search.

“As the men’s basketball program enters a new era, I am excited to welcome a new leader for Drake athletics.” said Niko Medved, Drake Head Men’s Basketball Coach. “Our student athletes are ready to start the season and we are excited to welcome Brian and his family to the Knapp Center.”

Hardin was born with a Bulldog spirit; both his parents are Drake alumni. Bob and Jan Hardin graduated with bachelor’s degrees from the School of Education in 1973. Bob, who teaches and coaches cross country at Valley High School in West Des Moines, returned to earn his master’s in education in 1987. Brian is a 1998 graduate of Valley High School, was a Drake Relays champion while in high school and competed at the Relays at the university level all four years while attending Marquette.

“Brian is a high character leader and strategic thinker,” said Marquette President Michael R. Lovell. “He embodies the very best characteristics of a Marquette graduate and will do great work at Drake University.”

While enrolled at Marquette, Hardin worked as a student assistant in the sports marketing and sports information departments. Hardin ran on the university’s track team and was a letter winner all four years, serving as a team captain his senior year. Immediately after graduation, he interned for the sports information department at Loyola University of Chicago before joining the media relations team for the Chicago Bears. Returning to collegiate athletics, Brian joined Notre Dame as their director of football media relations in 2006, moving on to Ball State University where he eventually rose to interim director of athletics.

“Brian is a bright and talented administrator who brings a great passion and understanding of the intercollegiate landscape to work with him every day,” said Bill Scholl, Vice President and Director of Athletics for Marquette. “It has been particularly rewarding to work with Brian over the past couple of years as he had the opportunity to return to his alma mater and help shape the future of Marquette athletics. Drake is getting an individual who will care deeply about the University and its student athletes. I am thrilled for Brian, Cara,
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They are problems one hopes never to find in an operating room. Problems including bone contaminated drill bits, broken or rusty surgical instruments, holes in sterile wrappers and a needle holder that arrived with a used needle still in it.

Yet these and many other events were documented hundreds of times at the Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Medical Center, according to records obtained by the Scripps News Washington Bureau and WCPO.

They known as “quality events” and “non conforming products” in the VA system. And they were reported in 16.27 percent of surgeries at the Cincinnati VA in its 2015 fiscal year, according to an internal document.

That at least 581 problems in 3,571 surgeries, or one in every six operations during that period, numbers Scripps/WCPO verified through multiple sources and internal documents.

The VA has yet to release a final report on an inquiry into problems inside the Cincinnati hospital, including concerns about sterilization. But hospital administrators have been telling employees and members of Congress that contaminated medical equipment is not an issue in Cincinnati.

That led to a dramatic exchange at an April 13 Veterans Town Hall event, presented by Scripps and WCPO at a VFW post in Sharonville.

“I just now understand that the investigations show there was no bone and nothing was wrong with the instruments,” VA Nurse Technician Scott Landrum, who said he personally witnessed some of these incidents, told the Town Hall audience that night. “I the person who found the instruments and what was wrong with them. How in the world can they say that? I the person who filled out the report. Where did those reports go?”

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Their concerns included faulty sterilization procedures and incorrect or potentially unsterile surgical equipment.

“I filed between 10 and 12 of these incident reports, and I never heard back about a single one,” said Dr. Jonathon Wolf, an orthopedic surgeon who said he worked periodically during his residency at the Cincinnati VA between 2009 and 2014, including a stint as chief resident.

Dr. Jonathon Wolf is an orthopedic surgeon who worked periodically at the Cincinnati VA between 2009 and 2014. Here, he talks about his experiences at the Cincinnati VA. 25 press release that its investigators “did not substantiate” allegations involving “quality of care for veterans.”

On that same day, Cincinnati VA records show at least five quality events, including a dental clinic incident in which a drilling tool showed up in a sealed package marked “Dirty.”

On May 20, new Cincinnati Medical Center Director Glenn Costie congratulated the hospital Sterile Processing Service on “great reviews” by VA administrators who found “no patient safety or quality finding” in a “normal annual visit,” according to an email Scripps and WCPO obtained.

“Well, that typical VA,” said Rep. Jeff Miller, a Republican from Florida and chairman of the House Committee on Veterans Affairs. “They investigate themselves. They clear themselves. And they say, to see here. We gonna move along. Cincinnati VA did not respond to multiple interview requests, but answered questions in writing, defending its record on patient safety.

“We have had 12 external reviews so far this year and we are proud of the fact that all have acknowledged the high level of quality here,” the hospital said.

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Internal reports obtained by Scripps and WCPO show a three year pattern of operating room mishaps.

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A “retained foreign body” in the eye of a 79 year old Korean War veteran in July 2013. A 2013 report to a VA review panel said a “strand” was found in the veteran eye following cataract surgery. A report on the incident said doctors removed a “long white fibrous strand” from the veteran eye. After “conversations with multiple staff members,” it was determined that the fiber likely came from a surgical tool with a silicone tip, “which becomes increasingly sticky with each reprocessing and thus more likely to attract fibers that can only be seen under the microscope.” The report indicates the Cincinnati VA was ordered to halt the practice of reusing those tools after the July incident.

Individual descriptions of quality problems documented at least 11 cases of “bioburden” in the 12 months that ended Jan. 4, 2016, including two events on the same day in November. A VA policy memorandum defines bioburden as “organic material” such as blood, bone and other bodily debris that “must be eliminated before effective sterilization can take place.”

The two problems on Nov. 9 included a dental kit that resulted in a five minute delay: “Scaler has debris left on it!” A second problem on Nov. 9 involved equipment prepared for shoulder replacement surgery: “Suspected bone inside cannulated glenoid drill bit.”

Throughout the second half of 2015, VA staffers documented problems with the underreporting of incidents and the computer system used to report them, “making reporting inaccurate,” according to meeting minutes for the Operative and Invasive Procedures Committee at the Cincinnati VA. “The committee believes staff is not reporting all issues.”

The same committee documented an increase in problems in the first two months of 2016. The committee tracks the problems as a percentage of all surgical cases. It increased from 6.77 percent in January to 11.21 percent in February.

The Cincinnati VA said it uses a computer system called Censitrac to ensure “issues are caught before surgical instruments ever reach the veteran. We exceed the community standard which reports only major issues.”

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In September 2013, he inquired about delayed and canceled surgeries after a constituent contacted him.

Internal records show hospital officials reviewed 58 cases between July 1 and Sept. 4 in response to Wenstrup inquiry. They confirmed two surgeries that were canceled “because equipment and supplies were not ready” and five cases that were delayed because of “issues surrounding the reprocessing” of surgical instruments.
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“Apparently she thought the iPod . was a myPod . as in hers,” the post on the sheriff’s Facebook page read.

The woman picked up the iPod and walked out with it.

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