Analyze the current and potential trends and developments affecting the hospitality industry

One Word containing: – 2 factsheets – 2 infographics – 2 magazine articles

1. Examine the current structure, scope, and size of the hospitality industry. 3. Review the internal and external factors that impact the hospitality industry and how they relate to current issues facing the hospitality industry. 4. Analyze the current and potential trends and developments affecting the hospitality industry.
Assignment Brief and Guidance:
Vocational Background Hospitality Matters is the bulletin for the hotels and leisure industry. This publication explores recent developments in the hotels and leisure sector that should be of interest to owners and operators alike. Highlights of the 2020 Autumn / Winter edition include: Covid-19 – Update on the impact on the UK hospitality industry How to successfully implement ePrivacy Regulation in the hotel and leisure industry Post-pandemic consumer behavior: trends and expectations Current context and trends for hospitality and tourism

Activity 1 As you are one of the main authors contributing to this magazine, for the 2020 Autumn / Winter edition you were commissioned to create the content in the form of factsheets, infographics, and articles. Therefore, the chief editor sent you the below content list to be prepared for review by the 24th of June 2020.

Content list: ✓ Factsheet 1: Hospitality businesses, products, services ✓ Infographic 1: The contribution of the hospitality industry to local and national economy ✓ Infographic 2: The contribution of the hospitality industry to international economies ✓ Factsheet 2: Rosewood London – a luxury hotel ‘surgery’ (insight view on organizational structure; SWOT analysis) ✓ Article 1: The hospitality business environment ✓ Article 2: Current and potential trends and developments affecting the UK hospitality industry

What issues are important in determining how this situation should be managed?

A 14-year-old female presents to her primary care provider wanting to start “the pill”. She has been with her boyfriend for 8 months. They both agreed that they wanted to start a sexual relationship and have already had intercourse on two occasions where they did not use contraception. She had never been sexually active before. Her periods started 3 years ago and were initially irregular, but she now reports a regular 27 day cycle. She has never had any gynecological or other medical problems.
She reports that she is happy at school and she is one of three children, with a brother of 21 and sister of 19 years. She lives with her parents in a house locally. She has presented today with a friend from school.

1- What issues are important in determining how this situation should be managed?
2- How would you further investigate (diagnostics), advise and manage this patient?

Introduction to Criminal Justice

Write a short reflection paper on critical thinking. watch the video and perhaps take a look at the Texas Core requirements prior to completing that assignment.
For this assignment, I want you to pretend you have been hired to teach an Introduction to Criminal Justice course. Describe three topics you would want your students to think critically about and discuss why these would be the most important to you. Last, discuss how you can apply what you learned from the video to teaching these topics in this course?

Reflection papers should be 1-2 pages in length, double-spaced in 12 point Times New Roman font. Page margins should be set to 1 inch. Sources should be cited according to APA format. All papers must have a cover page with your name, the name of the course, and the title of the reflection paper.

Despite continued reports of overwhelming numbers of preventable patient deaths and poor-quality care

In the conclusion of Chapter 11, the authors state make the following observation: “Despite continued reports of overwhelming numbers of preventable patient deaths and poor-quality care, formal, systematic quality and patient safety curricula remain lacking in many healthcare education programs across the country.” In your own words, describe what you understand to be the reasons for this challenge of education about safety and quality. Please answer Study Question #2 as well, which asks for you to compare some of the programs that you read about in the chapter for graduate resident training in quality and safety. Specifically, explain your thoughts about which approaches you believe to be the most useful.

President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who took office in early 1933, would become the only president in American history to be elected to four consecutive terms

The Fireside Chats:

President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who took office in early 1933, would become the only president in American history to be elected to four consecutive terms. He would lead his nation through two of the greatest crises in its history—the Great Depression of the 1930s and World War II (1939-45)—and would exponentially expand the role of the federal government through his New Deal reform program and its legacy.

From March 1933 to June 1944, Roosevelt addressed the American people in some 30 speeches broadcast via radio, speaking on a variety of topics from banking to unemployment to fighting fascism in Europe. Millions of people found comfort and renewed confidence in these speeches, which became known as the “fireside chats.” During the 1930s, well before the advent of television, some 90 percent of American households owned a radio. Seeing the potential of mass media to communicate directly and intimately with the public.

In his first inaugural address, Roosevelt sought to impart a new sense of confidence for the struggling nation, declaring that “the only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” During its first several months, famously labeled “The Hundred Days,” Roosevelt’s administration presented a broad array of measures to Congress aimed at jumpstarting America’s economic recovery–these would become the building blocks of his revolutionary New Deal.

Roosevelt was not actually sitting beside a fireplace when he delivered the speeches, but behind a microphone-covered desk in the White House. Reporter Harry Butcher of CBS coined the term “fireside chat” in a press release before one of Roosevelt’s speeches on May 7, 1933. The name stuck, as it perfectly evoked the comforting intent behind Roosevelt’s words, as well as their informal, conversational tone.

The Script:

The script for every Fireside Chats was very carefully written. Though he worked with speechwriters, Roosevelt took an active role in creating the chats, dictating early drafts, and reading aloud revisions until he had almost memorized the text. He was said to be fond of ad-libbing, explaining why official versions of his speeches often vary from the actual recorded version.

Roosevelt took care to use the simplest possible language, concrete examples and analogies in the fireside chats, so as to be clearly understood by the largest number of Americans. He began many of the nighttime chats with the greeting “My friends,” and referred to himself as “I” and the American people as “you” as if addressing his listeners directly and personally.

In many of the speeches, Roosevelt invoked memories of the Founding Fathers, Abraham Lincoln or other inspirational figures from America’s past. “The Star Spangled Banner” was played after each chat ended, underlining that patriotic message. Finally, the president appealed to God or Providence at the end of almost every speech, urging the American people to face the difficult tasks ahead with patience, understanding and faith.

United States of America's National Anthem

You can find transcripts of the fireside chats here. Focus on the first four fireside chats that date to 1933. <link is hidden> />

It is April 1933 and you a speechwriter working for FDR in the Whitehouse. The Hundred Days is almost over and you need to help write a speech summarizing the early achievements of the New Deal that will happen next. Your goal is to come with a rough draft that FDR can edit and turn into the final draft.

A version of this speech was written was broadcast on 7 May 1933. This speech was intended as an introduction to the New Deal. You should read this speech and write a rough draft on one topic. This will be one section of the whole speech. You can choose to focus either on the economic problems or the New Deal Reforms. You should not focus on the international part of the speech.

Specifically, your assignment should be one page cover the following points:

Contain the simple language typical of Fireside Chats (10 points)
Contain a message about the economic crisis or New Deal designed to make ordinary Americans feel comforted and reassured (20 points)
Contain relevant historical details about the economic crisis or New Deal (20 points)

Discuss the normal metabolism of macronutrients in the body (CHO, PRO, and FAT).

1. Discuss the normal metabolism of macronutrients in the body (CHO, PRO, and FAT). Choose any two of the disorders below and discuss how the metabolism of each macronutrient (CHO, PRO, and FAT) is altered.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Liver disease
2. Explain the components of a nutritional assessment.
3. What important subjective and objective assessment findings will assist the nurse in developing a nutritional plan?
4. In your own words, describe the concept of specific heat capacity and the effects that it has on temperature changes.

Response to “Sonny’s Blues”

To develop a response to a central theme of “Sonny’s Blues” by using both personal experience and specific textual evidence.

How does Baldwin’s “Sonny’s Blues” characterize the relationship between suffering and art? Your 2 pages word response should use first person “I” and include some personal experience. You decide how personal. If you have, for example, someone in your family who has struggled with addiction, and you want to highlight how that experience affected the way you pictured the narrator and Sonny, that’s fine. On the other hand, you could just talk about your emotions as a reader when you read particular scenes, or maybe discuss how certain elements of the story made you think about current events, or about your own relatives, or your job. The point is to answer to question about Baldwin’s theme of suffering/art, but to do so from an engaged, personal perspective that you bring to the story as its reader.

At the same time, don’t get lost and caught up in your own thoughts and emotions. You need to support your interpretation of the story by using direct, specific evidence from the story to back you up.