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By Duncan N. Smith

ISBN-10: 0080133797

ISBN-13: 9780080133799

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W h a t steps should be taken to develop training in small hospitals. 9. T h e relationship of the catering staff to the hospital as a whole. CHAPTER 5 DINING ROOMS I N ENGLAND AND W A L E S there were, i n 1 9 6 6 , 7 6 7 9 whole-time a n d 3 9 9 6 part-time staff in hospital dining rooms. Those in the larger hospitals were controlled by 6 3 1 whole-time a n d 4 3 p a r t time dining room supervisors. This naturally complicates organisation a n d control a n d there are often social nuances which m a k e the position more difficult.

Juveniles Juveniles are, in a different way, equally concerned with status a n d as indicated above (Chapter 2, p p . 6-7) too little is known about them. I n the 7 Groups studied, the spread of youngsters under 21 between the various departments was wider t h a n was expected a n d is shown in the following table : Cooks Other kitchen staff Laundry staff Dining room staff Ward orderlies Other domestic staff Porters Others Total 31 15 29 29 29 88 26 44 291 If this situation is in any way typical, several considerations arise.

8. W h a t steps should be taken to develop training in small hospitals. 9. T h e relationship of the catering staff to the hospital as a whole. CHAPTER 5 DINING ROOMS I N ENGLAND AND W A L E S there were, i n 1 9 6 6 , 7 6 7 9 whole-time a n d 3 9 9 6 part-time staff in hospital dining rooms. Those in the larger hospitals were controlled by 6 3 1 whole-time a n d 4 3 p a r t time dining room supervisors. This naturally complicates organisation a n d control a n d there are often social nuances which m a k e the position more difficult.

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