Wikipedia. (2008). In this case, job enrichment is applied by increasing the responsibility of employees of HIS Department, whereby task is added to what they already do. Job enrichment demands that employee is given more control to their job and allows them autonomy on how task is carried out, this is the case here as more responsibilities are added to what they already have to contend with, it is likely that productivity and job satisfaction will improve in the long run. For example, 29 new roles are going to be implemented and so these roles will be attached to existing positions.
Amudha is a Dermatologist and Cosmetologist in Thoraipakkam, Chennai. She has an experience of 22 years in these fields. She completed MBBS from Kilpauk Medical College, Chennai and Diploma in Dermatology from Stanley Medical College & Hospital, Chennai. She is an active member of Indian Medical Association (IMA) and Association of Cosmetic Surgeons of India (ACSI). She has a keen interest in Hair Treatment, Demaroller for Pimple Scars Open Pores Stretch Marks, Electro Cautery, Acne/ Pimple Scars Treatment and Mole Removal etc.
The study provided a short questionnaire that was sent to over 400 different hospital haematology laboratories. This study encountered an obstacle with calculating error rate per patient transfused. This study also provided several ways to improve the safety and quality of service for blood transfusion in Britain: (1) a national system for incident reports regarding blood transfusion reaction should be present, (2) managerial responsibility within each hospitals should be clearly stated and coordinated, (3) incident reports and proper corrective action should be recorded and should be reported to the national scheme, (4) number of blood transfused and patients that have undergone transfusion should be recorded statistically and reported nationally, and (5) alternative and cost effective ways of improving safety on blood transfusion should be identified and
Today, KHMH is the country’s leading hospital providing tertiary care for the entire country and serving as the secondary care hospital for the Central Health Region. The hospital receives major funding from the Ministry of Health and is administered by a Board of Governors. KHMH has a bed capacity of 134 beds, three surgical suits
Biomedical Waste management in health care center (S.P. Medical College &associated Group of hospital, Bikaner) Krishan Kant Meena* Assistant Professor Central University Of Rajasthan _____________________________________________________________________________ Abstract: The study is focused on waste management in the heath care center, hospital, medical center. The study about any waste generated during diagnosis, treatment, immunization of human beings or animals, or research activities pertaining, thereto, or in production & testing of biological, including categories mentioned in schedule-I of the rules are come in waste. The bio medical wastes are major concern of hospital because the bio medical waste creates lots of daises genetic
For the above mentioned Clinical Care & Administrative problems encountered at CMH Peshawar, following measures are suggested: a. Frequently prescribed and rapidly turned over LP medicines can be placed in the family wing medical store as a dedicated window, run under medical store arrangement, at least during the day for OPD cases. b. Station Headquarter be informed about disciplinary breaches of Officers like violating visiting hours, wrong parking outside wards obstructing free movement of ambulances, taking their families out of hospital premises without out-pass sanctioned by CMH authorities etc. Relevant Station orders, in this regard, be published accordingly.
Jigar Parekh Dr. Jigar Parekh is a Neurologist in Satellite, Ahmedabad and has an experience of 2 years in this field. Dr. Jigar Parekh practices at Shalby Hospitals in Satellite, Ahmedabad. He completed MBBS from B J Medical College Ahemdabad in 2009 and DM - Neurology from B J Medical College Ahemdabad in 2015.Some of the services provided by the doctor are: Headache Management, Brain Suite and Neurological Problems etc. Fee is INR 800. Address: S.G. HighWay, Ramdev Nagar, Ahmedabad Dr. Shailesh Darji Dr. Shailesh Darji is a Neurologist in Bapunagar, Ahmedabad and has an experience of 3 years in this field.
Fatima & Mahwesh (2015). During clinical rotation my practicum setting was The Aga Khan University Hospital. This organization has over all 12 service line but my focus was on internal medicine patients. The focus of the clientele in internal medicine is that, they deal with prevention, diagnosis and treatment of adult client. Where doctors, nurses and other para medical staffs involves in patient care from admission to discharge.
1.4.1 Literature Review HRM practices are a process of engaging, motivating, and maintaining employees to ensure the organizational survival (Schuler and Jackson, 1987). According to (Delery and Doty, 1996) HRM practices are prepared and implemented in a way that human capital plays important role in achieving the goals and objectives of the organization. The appropriate use of HRM practices strongly influence the standard of employer and the degree of employee commitment (Purcell, 2003). HRM practices like, training and development, performance appraisal allow the employees to do better in order to enhance the organizational performance (Snell and Dean, 1992; Pfeffer, 1998). Researchers have shaped compelling evidence for the fundamental relation between employee performance and how management acts with them (Boheene & Asuinura, 2011).
Human resource department have the essential role is to enhance the organization performance, which increase productively through providing employees with experience, job skills, and new knowledge that will improve achieve organization goals in the future. According to Goldstein & Ford (2002) training refers to a systematic approach to learning and development to improve individual, team, and organizational effectiveness. Employees receive some form of training in their job and further rely on training to improve their current skills and obtain new skills (Mathieu et al., 1992; Schlesinger and Heskett, 1990). A large number of employees can appear dissatisfied due to being assigned responsibilities without having the right knowledge and skills in that area (Heinemann & Greenberger 2002). The main resource of hotel is employee.