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A Saturday night shooting at a north Birmingham apartment complex left one man dead.

Birmingham police and firefighters responded about 10 p.m. to the small complex at 1430 Fred L. Shuttlesworth Drive. When they arrived on the scene, they found a 35-year-old wounded by the gunfire. The shooting appeared to have happened in the parking lot.
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State officials have charged a man and a woman with trying to smuggle phones and drugs into an Alabama prison.

Alabama Department of Corrections officials identified the suspects as Curnasha Leshaye Thomas, 26, and Jafarris Williams, 25. Both are from Montgomery.

At about 12:30 a.m. Monday, a K-9 unit from the William C. Holman Correctional Facility in Atmore spotted a suspicious vehicle parked at the facility’s entrance gate, said ADOC spokesman Bob Horton. Agents with the Alabama Department of Corrections Investigations and Intelligence Division detained and questioned two women who were found inside the vehicle.
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The following statement is attributable to Pamela F. Cipriano, PhD, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN, president of the American Nurses Association (ANA):

“ANA is pleased that The Joint Commission has issued a Sentinel Event Alert on physical and verbal violence against health care workers. They reinforce the urgency to halt the cycle of harm and prevent, handle, and heal from incidents of violence in the workplace. In particular, we welcome its recommendations to employers to help reduce the incidence of violence across all health care settings and roles.
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Most organizations are going through the shift from traditional fee-for-service to value-based payment models. “Quality is here to stay,” said Amanda Brummel, PharmD, BCPS. Pharmacists “need to understand the culture change happening.”

Brummel, of Fairview Health Services, based in Minneapolis, presented a whirlwind overview of value-based programs as part of The New Frontier: Value-Based Payment Models. A panel discussion among four pharmacists that was moderated by APhA, the standing-room-only education session took place on Sunday, March 18, at the 2018 APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition in Nashville.
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A man who was shot Friday night in north Birmingham has died, police said Saturday.

Rodriguez Shuford, 31, was shot outside 3725 27th St. North around 8:55 p.m. Friday, Birmingham police Lt. Peter Williston said Saturday. Shuford was taken to UAB Hospital and pronounced dead during surgery shortly after midnight.

A police investigation determined Shuford was visiting the home on 27th Street North, shot outside the location, and ran into the home when police discovered him.
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A sergeant with the Gulf Shores Police Department says Lieutenant Marc Conrad Richards and Chief Deputy Marcus Greene were in an unmarked law enforcement vehicle when they were arrested.

He tells News 12 a partially smoked joint was sitting in the car, prompting a search. More marijuana was found inside the vehicle.
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A 20-year-old study examining the under representation of nurses in the media is getting a second look to see if there are any new developments on the issue.

The Woodhull Study on Nurses and the Media revealed in 1997 that nurses were represented as sources in less than 4% of leading health news stories in newspapers, weeklies and healthcare trade publications, according to a briefing on the subject.
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APhA President-elect Nicki Hilliard PharmD, MHSA, BCNP, FAPhA, spoke of the importance of pharmacists and their work in her speech, Realizing Pharmacy’s Significance, at the second General Session of APhA2018 on Sunday. Hilliard, a nuclear pharmacist, will be the 163rd APhA President.

“Significance is what I want for pharmacy. We should all want to be significant, as a profession, and as professionals. We need to be known and appreciated for the strengths we bring to our communities and the care team,” Hilliard said. “There is no good reason that pharmacists and their services are not recognized by [Medicare]. We are care providers—and really good ones too!”
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