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Transferring to sanatorium of long term diseased from the perspective of patient
Koutná, Hana ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Name and surname of the author: Hana Koutná Institution: Charles University in Prague Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine Division of Nursing Title: Transferring to sanatorium of long term diseased from the perspective of patient Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefačíková, Ph. D. Number of pages: 148 Number of attachements: 8 Year of defence: 2019 Keywords: sanatorium of long term diseased (LDN), transfer, adaptation, stereotyp, old-age, Interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA) The bachelor thesis is focused on patients' experience of their transfer to the sanatorium of long term diseased (LDN), the way they perceive this facility and what they knows about it. The goal of the theoretical part is to present LDN, their position in the health care system, history of their origin and also their stereotype in society. The thesis also deals with somatic, psychological and social changes associated with aging. Finally, it discusses the concept of adaptation and the factors that affect it, focusing on the adaptation of seniors to the conditions in long-term care facilities. A semi-structured interview was used in the research. It was made in collaboration with three respondents with no previous experience with hospitalization in LDN whatsoever. The respondents' individual...
Student's experience in training for proffessional practice
Jugasová, Ester ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Gigalová, Veronika (referee)
Author: Ester Jugasová Institution: Ústav sociálního lékařství Lékařské fakulty v Hradci Králové Oddělení ošetřovatelství Title: Student's experience in training for proffessional practise Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefančíková, Ph.D., Ph.D. Number of pages: 131 Number of attachements: 3 Year of defense: 2019 Keywords: general nurse, education, nursing practise, personality of nurse, adversity, stress The bachelor thesis deals with the nursing practice of students of the bachelor program of nursing and their experience during its completion. The theoretical part deals with the current education of nurses at universities and the content of their studies. Furthermore, the thesis focuses on the nurse's personality, communication between the patient and the nurse. The bachelor thesis also focuses on the issue of stress, its causes, reactions, describes the basic types of psychosomatic diseases that are related to excessive stress. Another issue is iatropatogenia, or harm to the patient by medical staff, which may be the result of overloading nurses. The thesis also deals with the burnout syndrome that can be affected by helping professions. The empirical part was carried out by the qualitative method of the research. Initially, 7 research objectives were set. In addition, 3 research groups (students,...
Psychological resilience of Nurses in Two Selected Clinics of University Hospital
Freibauerová, Sarah ; Mareš, Jiří (advisor) ; Štefančíková, Mariana (referee)
Author: Sarah Freibauerová Institution: Ústav sociálního lékařství Lékařské fakulty v Hradci Králové Oddělení ošetřovatelství Title: Psychological resilience of Nurses in Two Selected Clinics of University Hospital Supervisor: prof. PhDr. Jiří Mareš, CSc. Number of pages: 75 Number of attachements: 4 Year of defense: 2019 Keywords: psychological resilience, general nurse, adversity, adaptation, personality Bachelor thesis is focused on psychological resilience of general nurses. Nurses were randomly chosen in two selected clinics of university hospital in Hradec Králové. The purpose of the theoretical part was to present personality concepts in general, stress theory, symptoms of stress and reactions to stress. Besides it also presents resilience in face of adversity. There is a separate chapter which is focused on resilience in particular. Another chapter of the theoretical part is focused on general nurses' coping strategies and mental hygiene strategies which helps to strengthen their resilience. The aim of the empirical part of bachelor thesis was to find out if there are any differences in the level of resilience among selected groups of general nurses. There was Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC) used to measure resilience. As the results showed, no significant differences were proven...
The Influence of the nursing staff on patient's coping with the hospitalisation
Horáčková, Eliška ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Hadaš, Lubomír (referee)
9. Anotace Typ závěrečné práce: Bachelor Thesis Title of thesis: The Influence of the Nursing Staff on Patient's Coping with the Hospitalisation Year of defense: 2019 Institution: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Name of author: Eliška Horáčková Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefančíková, Ph. D. Abstract: This thesis deals with the influence of nonverbal behavior, i.e. facial expressions and haptics, of the nursing staff on coping with the hospitalization. The theoretical part contains information on nonverbal communication in general and on its importance in nursing care. There is a detailed section on facial expressions and haptics, understood as a part of nonverbal communication and the main topic of this thesis. In the empirical part the author discusses with respondents their own perspective of the nonverbal behavior and perception of this type of care, using a semi-structured interview. Key words: nonverbal communication, haptics, faciel expression, psychosomatic, psychology in nursing Number of pages: 154
Effect of practice on changing the work motivation and identification with the social role of the nurse
Trávníčková, Kateřina ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Vaňková, Dana (referee)
Name and surname of the author: Kateřina Trávníčková Institution: Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Title: Effect of practice on changing the work motivation and identification with the social role of the nurse Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefačíková, Ph. D. Number of pages: 131 Year of defense: 2019 Keywords: Motivation, Work motivation, motivation factors, social role, identification with social role The bachelor thesis deals with motivation to work of nurse, motivation factors and social role of nurse. The theoretical part focuses on the concept of motivation, work motivation, the theory of work motivation and determinants affecting the nurse's motivation. It also focuses on the notion of social role and identification with the social role of a nurse. The research of motivation to work and the social role of the nurse is done by the method of semi-structured interviews, which are supplemented by a questionnaire survey. The obtained data are processed using open coding and triangulation (interviews, questionnaire survey, survey of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic). Here the nurses describe their original and current motivation to work as a nurse, factors that could jeopardize their retention, the...
An effect of non-specific factors on acupuncture effectiveness in patients with migraine
Talácková, Markéta ; Pokladníková, Jitka (advisor) ; Štefančíková, Mariana (referee)
1 Abstract Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Charles University in Prague Student: Markéta Talácková Tutor: PharmDr. Jitka Pokladníková, Ph.D. Title of Rigorous Thesis: An effect of non-specific factors on acupuncture effectiveness in patients with migraine The aim of this study was to assess whether higher level of expectancy in patients with migraine leads to improvement of their clinical condition after a 12-week acupuncture course and during a 6-month follow-up. Patient's clinical condition was assessed as a number of migraine days and as a reduction in medication consumption. Other non-specific factors were included in this study as well. As the most significant non-specific factors, which contributed to an increased short-term effectiveness of acupuncture, were post-treatment positive expectancy and patient's mental state. However, the effect of positive expectancy decreased with time. The long-term effect of acupuncture was influenced by patient's positive perception of the TCM (Traditional Chinese medicine ) practitioner. Patient's expectancy, patient's relationship with the TCM physician and good mental state played a role in reduction of migraine days. Key words: acupuncture, migraine, reduction of migraine days, expectancy, non-specific factors,...
Nurses personality in the context of coping with stress
Kopecká, Martina ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Mareš, Jiří (referee)
Name and surname of the author: Martina Kopecká Institution: Charles University Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Title: Nurses ' personality in the context of coping with stress Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefančíková, Ph. D. Number of pages: 71 Year of defense: 2018 Keywords: stress, experiencing stress, coping strategies of nurses Bachelor thesis discusses the stress acting on the nurses working at standard departments and on the strategies of coping with stress these nurses. The theoretical part deals with the personality and especially the personalities of the nurses and her profession and also stress. In the thesis emphasis is placed on stress in general, but also on the stress in the profession of nurses. The main pillar of the thesis is a qualitative research on the stress acting on the nurses and their coping strategies. Research was attended by six nurses, three from the surgical and the eye department of an unnamed large university hospital.
The ethics of dying and death in the profession of a nurse
Kirchbergerová, Jana ; Štefančíková, Mariana (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Author: Jana Kirchbergerová Institution: Charles University of Prague, Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové, Department of Social Medicine, Department of Nursing Title: The ethics of dying and death in the profession of nurses Supervisor: PhDr. Mariana Štefančíková, Ph.D. Number of pages: Number of attachments: Year of defense: 2017 Key words: Dying, death, palliative care, nursing care of the dying, pain, ethics in health care Bachelor thesis deals with the ethics of dying and death from the perspective of nurses in homes for the elderly, in the opthal sanatorium, in a hospice and in the nursing home. In the Theoretical part we give a short introduction of the issues of dying and death. Furthermore, palliative care, nursing care of the dying, pain and ethics in health care. The empirical part of the thesis deals with a qualitative survey investigation in the form of semistructured interview, which is aimed on general nurses, and the mapping of their point of view over the issue. The Data was processed on the basis of open coding. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to identify and assess the perspective of nurses on the issue of death and dying at different sites, which they individually describe.

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