Training for hospitality

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  • Ebook Hotel front office management present the content: introduction to hotel management, hotel organization and the front office manager, effective interdepartmental communications, property management systems, yield management, processing guest charge payments, night audit, training for hospitality, promoting in-house sales...

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  • The author wishes to acknowledge the following professors who provided insightful reviews of individual chapters of this and previous editions. Without your concern and thoughtful commentary, this effort for our students would not have been possible: Thomas Jones, University of Nevada at Las Vegas; Robert McMullin, East Stroudsburg State University; and James Reid, New York City Technical College.

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  • Respiratory distress is a common symptom of patients transported to hospitals by emergency medical services (EMS) personnel. The benefit of advanced life support for such patients has not been established. METHODS The Ontario Prehospital Advanced Life Support (OPALS) Study was a controlled clinical trial that was conducted in 15 cities before and after the implementation of a program to provide advanced life support for patients with out-of-hospital respiratory distress.

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  • The MHS program in Environmental Health is designed to address the academic and practice needs of students in the diverse environmental health field. For some, it serves as a foundation and provides direction for further academic training in medical school or doctoral programs. For others, the knowledge base it provides allows them to successfully pursue positions that incorporate environmental health perspectives and practice activities.

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  • Chapter 6 - Planning training programs. The learning objectives for this chapter include: Describe the benefits of performance-based training and discuss common obstacles to and myths about training, apply basic principles to perform a position analysis, apply basic principles when training programs are planned and implemented,...

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  • Chapter 7 - Delivering and evaluating training programs. The learning objectives for this chapter include: Prepare an overview of the individual on-job training process, explain steps in the four-step individual on-job training method, explain additional individual training methods,...

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  • The importance of hands in the transmission of hospital infections has been well demonstrated and hand hygiene reduces the prevalence of hospital acquired infections. The study was designed to evaluate the knowledge, attitude, practices and satisfaction of the available facilities among Postgraduates and CRRIs and to identify the gaps in hand hygiene practices and to implement an Institutional program on hand hygiene policy. A self-administered questionnaire was used. The study was conducted between September 2018 and November 2018.

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  • The management of biomedical waste is an important issue in healthcare facilities, big and small. Appropriate knowledge regarding it is necessary to prevent its health consequences. This study was undertaken to assess the existing knowledge, attitude and practices regarding BMW management amongst nurses and to evaluate the effect of a structured training program given to them and in the process to update them about the recent guidelines. The study was conducted at a tertiary care hospital in Aurangabad (Maharashtra).

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  • Sharp injuries previously known as Needle stick injuries (NSIs) are an occupational hazard for Health care workers (HCWs) contributed by factors like work stress, inadequate experience and training. The aim of the study was to analyse the risk factors for developing sharp injuries and the subsequent measures taken. A retrospective analysis of all the Sharp injuries reported in a tertiary care centre from January 2014 to June 2015 was carried out.

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  • Biomedical Waste (BMW) generated in health care facilities is a potential threat for the personnel handling them. Utmost precaution needs to be taken by healthcare workers (HCW) who handle them. In India the amount of BMW generated in a hospital ranges between 0.5-2kg/bed/day.

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  • To evaluate changes in the caregivers’ practice on the motor rehabilitation care for patients after stroke at Phu Tho Provincial Traditional Medicine and Functional Rehabilitation Hospital after the caregiver-training program in 2020.

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  • This book arose because of the huge amounts of clinical material that pass through the Singapore General Hospital, the largest tertiary care hospital in Singapore. A significant proportion of our patients come to us for a second opinion from the neighboring countries. Often they come to consult us for an abnormality on a chest radiograph. Pulmonary Medicine is largely based on the strong foundation of the plain chest radiograph. Indeed, chest radiography is the single most common investigation carried out in hospital practice.

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  • Other peculiarities of the sites are that the systems are updated frequently, that advertising is not a source for funding and that the webmasters’ work is unsalaried. Privacy policy is implemented through different guarantees. Publication of personal information is dependent from a personal written agreement, for example, for the member list of AIG. The principles of the Health-On-the-Net-Foundation (HON) are implemented by both websites.

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  • I gratefully acknowledge the support and contributions of people who have in some way helped me write this book. To begin with, my parents, Gene and Dee Donnelly, inspired me to become a veterinarian, and I decided early on to follow that career path in my father’s footsteps. My parents instilled in me a passion for client service and the human-pet bond; they taught me perseverance and gave me a great many opportunities that have helped me succeed in life.

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  • Supported and approved by the National Institute of Justice (NIJ), the Technical Working Group on Education in Fraud and Forensic Accounting (TWG) is a diverse group of content area experts: professionals working across the broad spectrum of activities that constitute fraud prevention, deterrence, detection, investigation, and remediation (hereinafter "fraud") and forensic accounting.

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  • We have mainly regarded elderly people’s use of information technology in their daily lives as ICT training of elderly people. We have also discussed the possibilities and limitations that technology raises for information, activity and for better contact with others. The use of ICT in nursing and care of elderly people mainly implies in this connection the use of smart-home technology in houses for old people and people with dementia. This technology involves the use of integrated ICT components.

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  • Amy already had a degree in hospitality management and was well established in the industry. But she chose to do an MBA because she wanted to ensure she runs her training company Serve It Up, to its full potential and she can offer executive level consultancy services to her clients. Currently, Amy has a five month consultancy contract to open a new restaurant, undertaking all business set-up activities. ‘The MBA has provided me with the skills and knowledge required to undertake these activities effectively,’ she says.

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  • In addition, Kaiser CDSMP participants had 0.2 fewer visits to the emergency room and 0.97 fewer hospital days compared to the year prior to completing the CDSMP. As a result, they reduced their health care costs. For example, if the average cost per day of hospitalization were $1,000 and the average cost of an emergency room visit were $100, the potential savings would be $990 per participant for the first year following completion of the program (0.97 days of hospitalization multiplied by $1,000 plus 0.2 emergency visits multiplied by $100).

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  • Integrating SRH services into public facilities provides greater potential for scaling up services and maintaining them on a long-term basis as networks are already in place across countries. Successful integration necessitates political commitment towards providing a comprehensive package of primary health care services and technical and financial support towards achieving this. Many attempts to integrate SRH services have encountered problems at the programme and service level.

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  • Three interactive workshops were conducted on the first day: “Psychopharmacological update in child psychiatry” by Dr Avinash De Souza; “Treatment planning – don’t get caught in categorical diagnoses” by Dr Gordon Harper; and “Parenting techniques in the management of oppositional-conduct disorders” by Dr Anula Nikapota. A training course on “Psychoactive medication in children: paradigm shift” was also conducted by Dr Gordon Harper.

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