In this issue: The 1980 World Snooker Championship, officially known as the 1980 Embassy World Snooker Championship for sponsorship reasons, was a ranking professional snooker tournament that took place from 22 April to 5 May 1980 at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, England. The tournament was the 1980 edition of the World Snooker Championship and was the fourth consecutive world championship to take place at the Crucible Theatre since 1977. It was authorised by the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. The total prize fund for the tournament was £60,000, of which £15,000 went to the winner.
In this issue: Rosalind Franklin University aims to be a trusted partner in identifying opportunities for research collaborations that help bridge the gap between science and healthcare delivery. We are committed to equitable health and well-being for all people across all communities as a guiding value and goal across every endeavor of our mission of education, research and service. Together, we can build a shared vision to advance health equity through evidence-based, population-level interventions and innovations that help eliminate disparities in health and its determinants.
In this issue: RFU is committed to creating an environment that encourages innovations that bring lasting impact through improved health and wellness. We’re leveraging our strength and expertise in interprofessional, team-based collaboration and health professions education to build partnerships that transform systems of care, create more equitable, community-based solutions and design ways to make it easier to be healthy.
In this issue: The future of the prevention and treatment of chronic disease and epidemics demands a sustained commitment to health and wellness. RFU is positioned to lead this effort through new programs that include lifestyle medicine and nursing, and a continuing commitment to interprofessional teams and advanced technology.
In this issue: RFU’s enduring commitment to transformational life sciences research is demonstrated through not only the work of our talented professionals but also in the establishment of the Innovation and Research Park, a regional biomedical hub serving as a platform to drive discoveries that will help the community. Our abiding investments in teams, infrastructure and projects are driving research forward, producing results in the present and ensuring progress in the future.
In this issue: RFU is leading a post-COVID and post-2020 reality, envisioning a new future of health care and preparing the healthcare workforce for that future. We are rising up to meet complex challenges, use AI and other technologies, and hone interpersonal skills to improve health and longevity among populations.
In this issue: As the COVID-19 crisis lays bare enormous disparities in health outcomes, the university aims to challenge and defeat conditions that continue to damage health and wellness across generations. Students and faculty of RFU embrace their responsibility as future and current health and biomedical professionals, knowing their role in safeguarding the health of their patients and communities.
In this issue: RFU is committed to mentorship throughout the academy, which shapes the professionals we’re educating, the organizations they lead and the health of the communities they serve.