Nurses are the main point of contact for patients and their families, and play a vital role in teams of professional and medical staff. They work with (among others) doctors, social workers and therapists, and attend to a patient's comfort and emotional wellbeing as well as their medical needs. Typical duties of the job include: assessing and planning nursing care requirements; writing care plans and records; providing pre and post operation care; monitoring a patient's condition carrying out routine investigations and care procedures, such as administering medication, injections and intravenous infusions, and taking patient samples, pulses, temperatures and blood pressures; dealing with emergencies; supervising junior staff; organising workloads; tutoring student nurses; providing advice and promoting good health; providing information, emotional support and reassurance to patients and relatives. Shiftwork to provide 24 hour care is a common requirement. Some travel may be necessary between hospitals or trusts' different units. However, many nurses are increasingly based in the community with a focus on preventative treatment in order to avoid any unnecessary stress for the patient. Opportunities exist for working abroad and taking career breaks. These may be used to contribute to the continuing professional development (CPD) which is a requirement of registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC). Vacancies appear online, in newspapers, NHS Trusts' jobs lists and publications such as Nursing Times, Nursing Standard and Paediatric Nurse. Typical employers of adult nurses Hospitals NHS Trusts Residential homes Agencies Health centres Prisons Charities Hospices Schools The armed forces Private companies

biological or social sciences can qualify via a shortened two-year postgraduate diploma course. In order to maintain FRONT OFFICE STAFF Position Summary: Accommodates guests of hotel by greeting. such as public health. but demonstrates commitment and is a useful opportunity to experience the role and talk to practiced nurses. these are to be phased out from 2011 onwards and from September 2013 only nursing degrees will be available. answering the telephone. performing guest transactions. Many nurses choose to specialise in a particular clinical field. Qualifications and training required Nurses are required to study a three or four-year degree in nursing. . However. Other valuable attributes are: Verbal/written communication skills Empathy and sensitivity to patients' needs and concerns Observation skills Organisational skills Managerial and leadership skills Attention to detail Good health and fitness Good hygiene. All nurses working in the UK must be registered with the NMC. with their time divided between formal teaching and practical experience.GP practices Day centres. an alternative route involves studying for a three-year diploma in nursing. although more is common. Registration must be completed within five years of completing a nursing course. nurses must complete a minimum of five days or 35 hours' learning activity over three years. Graduates in a relevant subject such as life. Previous care work is not essential. At present. and students are then sent a form which they must complete and return with a registration fee. Most Higher Education Institutions pass the details of nursing students onto the NMC in the year they are to graduate. Key skills for adult nurses Good interpersonal skills are vital for nurses. health. etc. operating necessary front office who have to communicate with numerous other medical and care professinals as well as being a key source of information and emotional support for patients. http://targetjobs. cancer care or theatre and recovery. to ensure high-quality guest relation.

Transmits and receives telephone messages and sets up guests’ wake-up calls. Computes bill. Provides and ensures high-quality guest relations. Adheres to all safety procedures and informs management of any unsafe conditions. entertainment. Checks out guests and inquires about their stay. Makes Manager on Duty aware of any guest complaints. Maintains professional appearance and demeanor at all times. General knowledge of computers. Operates the front office computer system. Actively builds awareness of the Brand to guests. Ensures Inn compliance of all company policies and procedures. Issues room key to guest. 
 Special Skills and/or Abilities: Excellent interpersonal communication and customer service skills. and racks incoming mail and messages. dining. . food. or entertainment reservations for guests Deposits guests’ valuables in hotel safe or safe deposit box. and makes change for guests. registration of guests. Makes restaurant. accounting audit and inspection scores. registers. or telephone. and assigns rooms to guests. subtract. to guest folio. Answers inquiries pertaining to hotel services. Promotes and supports Brand Voice and Brand initiatives such as Priority Clubs and Associate Programs. Date stamps. Answers telephone in absence of telephone operator. multiply and divide. Other duties may be assigned based on company needs. Maintains the desired levels of quality assurance ratings. Makes photocopies if needed. Receives and resolves guest complaints in a manner consistent with company policy.Technical or Administrative Knowledge: Must be able to add. collects payment. Keep records of room availability and guests’ accounts. Job Description (continued) Essential Functions include but not limited to the following: Greets. Confers and cooperates with other departments as needed to ensure coordination of activities. shopping. liquor. transportation. Attends meetings and training as requested. Works toward a 90% walk-in conversion rate goal. and travel directions. including guest comment cards. Makes and confirms reservations. sorts. Posts charges such as room. Responsible for proper key control and other security measures.

Provide evaluations of their teachers and service rotations. Consistently act with integrity and honesty. Each participating hospital must ensure that the clerical. and specimens. and meet the educational goals of his or her specific program. Messenger or transport services for non-critically ill patients. . Participate in medical center and departmental committees. Effectively manage conflict. work effectively as a member of the health care team. and pharmacy staffing is such that resident/interns are not ROUTINELY required to perform the following tasks: Phlebotomy. Critical care nursing monitoring in the emergency department and elsewhere. Carry out administrative responsibilities. laboratory. compassionate patient care. Purpose of the Resident/intern/Intern Job Description To describe the important responsibilities of resident/interns/interns that apply to housestaff in all programs and in all years of training.http://www. such as dictation of discharge summaries. To define the rights and responsibilities of post-graduate trainees at Any Hospital II. Function as an effective team member. Resident/interns are also expected to: Teach and mentor junior resident/interns and medical students. Job Description The primary responsibilities of resident/intern trainees are to provide competent. except in perioperative areas. medications. in a timely manner. nursing. Insertion of peripheral intravenous catheters. To provide guidelines to be used by hospital administrators and program directors to ensure that resident/interns do not routinely spend their work hours performing minimally educational tasks that should be performed by other members of the health care team. Develop life-long learning skills.essence-learning. Attend all required educational conferences and participate in the planning of conferences per each program's requirements. Provide data on their educational experience to their program RESIDENT DOCTOR I. including blood cultures.

Residents have a minimum of one 24-hour period completely free of patient care per week. 3. but are not limited to: 1.d. Residents do not work more than 80 hours per week averaged over a 6-week period. Time spent on non-educational activities should be 2. Residents are not on-duty more than 36 consecutive hours and have no less than 10 hours off-duty after being on call.bmk&cad=rja .org%2Fgfx%2Fmedia%2Fcontribute%2FResidentJobDescription. 4. The goal is to allow housestaff to provide the highest quality patient care while meeting reasonable work-hour requirements. Residents do not take overnight call any more frequently than once in every three days when averaged over a 6-week this job description is intended to ensure that sufficient support services exist at each clinical site where resident/interns rotate to allow the resident/interns to focus their efforts on tasks that enhance their training and optimally utilize their expertise as physicians.Retrieval of medical records or supplies. 5. Emergency Room residents will be limited to shifts of 12 consecutive hours. Nevertheless. Limitations This job description should not be seen as an attempt to limit the inherently broad nature of the resident/intern physician's responsibility to his or her patients. c&ei=JEXPUJjDN8fQrQeBqoHYBw&usg=AFQjCNEcO0boaDsIWxRU1iZhcOc4vXrJxQ&sig2=wk_5X GKTHGVzsf2u9FmTTg&bvm=bv. Those work-hour requirements include. Routine clerical work.ohiocore. =http%3A%2F%2Fwww.1355325884. or 4 days monthly averaged over each 6-week period.

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