Erscheinungsdatum: 12.08.2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Credit Risk Management, Titelzusatz: from Rating of Single Facilities to Credit Portfolio Management, Autor: Zraunig, Mag. Andreas, Verlag: VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K., Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Internationale Wirtschaft // Internationales Management, Rubrik: Wirtschaft International, Seiten: 132, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 215 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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This qualitative research focuses on risk management in the supply chain of industrial entomology companies that are mass-rearing insects for human food or for feed for farmed animals. This research presents answers to such questions as what are the risks related especially to the entomology industry, what are the reasons behind the risks, and finally how the risks can be mitigated. The industry has started to bloom only recently in the 2010's, meaning that the industry is still lacking knowledge based on historical data and scientific coverage of the field. This research is one of the first in the world that identifies the supply chain risks associated especially with the large scale insect farming for human food and animal feed, and determines how the risk profile is formed. The novel nature of the industry reflects too many parts of the supply chain risk management. By the time of writing this research, the established networks and operators, together with standards and regulations, are still in the making. Even the biggest companies in the market are still only planning their large farming facilities. Risks like fluctuations of feed raw material prices are in common with traditional farming, but the main risks that insect farms are facing are related to the health of the animals. The knowledge of pathogens and parasites of insects is very limited. As the nature of the health risks is unknown, the mitigation must be based on precautions and preventive actions. What is alarming for the companies operating in the field is that even a well-managed risk control cannot give high level of security simply because of the lack of knowledge. The industry will continue growing globally. When the industry gets an established foothold and the production and supply chain functions get standardized, the risk management can reach an acceptable level. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Chris Abernathy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/057411/bk_acx0_057411_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The existence of different vocabularies in the pharmaceuticals supply chain hinders collaboration and information sharing between partners (suppliers, delegations, hospitals ...). It can also generate risks and errors that can prevent the access to pharmaceutical products in hospital facilities. For the supply system of medicines in public hospitals in Morocco, ontology is a solution that will improve understanding between actors, promoting information dissemination and their exploitation and promote a new approach to designing information systems. However, implementation of such an approach requires close collaboration between the various partners and requires an intensive exchange of data between them. These technical data must be transmitted, interpreted, managed, reused and stored in a consistent and standardized way. In this book, we developed an ontology using the OWLGRed tool from a UML model whose objective is risk management in the pharmaceuticals supply chain in Morocco, principally in the public hospitals that supply itself in a centralized way through the supply division which handles the purchase, storage and distribution of pharmaceuticals in these institutions.
This research was conducted in the North West region of Cameroon, a country found in Sub-Saharan Africa. This work highlighted the strength and weaknesses of primary care facilities which are the first point of contact in health care service provision, most especially toward early diagnosis and management of cardiovascular diseases. the researcher went further to investigate how affordable is the care rendered to these clients. This research was carried out due to the rising prevalence of cardiovascular diseases and it risk factors among middle and low income countries.
The study seeks to comprehend the factors that sway the degree of use of the kitchenette, in relation to the Pay As You Eat (PAYE) system. The kitchenette as an alternative students' service from the PAYE system is a study that was conducted at the Egerton University in Nakuru, Njoro Campus, Kenya. It purposes to harmonise the challenges students' face with the facilities and offer the university management an insight to the problems along with possible solutions. The present student population has overwhelmed the facilities, resulting in queuing to use the amenities, with some students resorting to cook from their rooms. Not only is this against the rules, it also puts the students at risk if left unattended.
Epidural analgesia is an effective strategy in acute postoperative pain management, however not without the potential for adverse consequence. Increasing prevalence in hospital-acquired heel pressure ulcers are of growing concern in acute care facilities. Within the author's hospital, two surgical patients prescribed epidural analgesia displayed signs of heel pressure despite adherence to local pressure prevention guidelines. A research project commenced aimed at preventing recurrence. Data generated from our study identified that both patients' innate characteristics and routine hospital practices were linked to heel injuries in these patients. Multiple Comorbidity, hypotension, and anti-embolic devices were just some of the factors found to be influential. These findings, and the suggested recommendations, are anticipated to assist us as safe clinicians continually striving to improve nursing practice in risk assessment and heel pressure preventive strategies our study found essential for this patient cohort.
This book was initiated with the central aim of showing neighbourhoods that are at risk and vulnerable to malaria disease within unplanned urban centres of developing countries.Clinically reported malaria cases, socio-economic variables (housing characteristics, water sources and storage facilities, proximity of dump sites, use of Insecticidal Treated Nets etc) and environmental variables (land use/cover type, normalised difference vegetation index, land surface temperatures etc).The advantages of geoinformatic technologies (Global positioning systems, remote sensing and geographic information system)were brought to bear in generating, analysisng, estimating and relating these parameters to understand the contributory relationship of the variables to malaria incidences in the urban centres. The book revealed that the populace are not really aware of the magnituide of the interaction with the environment on the increasing breeding and feeding of mosquitoes.The consciousness of the resident to sustainable environmental resource exploitation, utilization, planning and management is at its lowest ebb.