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Data deposit into the ASEP repository
Chmelařová, Zdeňka ; Doleželová, Jana
The ASEP repository has provided bibliographic records deposit for the results of scientific research at the Czech Academy of Sciences since 1993. In 2012, the database was expanded to include a repository in which full text documents are stored. Since 2017, ASEP also supports data records and data file storage. The bibliographic records of the results can be linked to metadata records so that the user gets not only the full text of a result, but also the data on which the result is based. Each dataset has its own description and metadata follows international standards. In the paper, we will introduce the repository workflow, describe dataset deposit and international standards used as well as different types of user interfaces.
Data deposit into the ASEP repository
Chmelařová, Zdeňka ; Doleželová, Jana
The ASEP repository has provided bibliographic records deposit for the results of scientifi c research at the Czech Academy of Sciences since 1993. In 2012, the database was expanded to include a repository in which full text documents are stored. Since 2017, ASEP also supports data records and data fi le storage. The bibliographic records of the results can be linked to metadata records so that the user gets not only the full text of a result, but also the data on which the result is based. Each dataset has its own description and metadata follows international standards. In the paper, we will introduce the repository workfl ow, describe dataset deposit and international standards used as well as different types of user interfaces.
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Nursing documentation by the home nursing care
CHMELAŘOVÁ, Zdeňka
Nursing documentation is currently still very hot topic. Perhaps because they are still many health workers (physicians and non-physicians) sufficiently understand the importance and seriousness of this document. The documentation not only provides valid information about the client and his health, but also ensures continuous flow its nursing care and ultimately became a piece of evidence in case of litigation. Documentation can also be used for education and research purposes. Home care is a field that has recently rapidly growing and gaining in popularity. As part of primary and community care nursing provides clients in its natural, familiar and domestic environment, which is a big advantage for him, he does not spend his days in hospital, which is economically difficult anyway. Home Care provides health care services indicated by the treating physician or practitioner and are paid for by health insurance. This thesis deals with the nursing documentation in home care agencies, which aims to describe the demographic impacts on the use of nursing documentation, check the attitude of nurses from selected agencies of home care to nursing documentation and analyze the nursing documentation in selected home care agencies. The thesis is composed of two parts, theoretical and empirical. The theoretical part deals with the history of home care, statistical data shows the growth of agencies, their employees and clients, providing comprehensive home care and medical documentation. The empirical part was realized in the form of qualitative research. The information was gathered in-depth interview technique, which was compiled from 1 identification questions and 11 open-ended questions that formed the framework for the entire interview. In fact, respondents to individually comment on the issue to the extent that they saw fit. The research group consisted of seven sisters of different age, education and length of experience, currently working from home care. Due to fears nurses were promised total anonymity, so you can just tell that they were sisters from ADP capital city of Prague and Central Bohemia. Complementary research was conducted in seven home care agencies for the same regions, but any of nurses does not belong to the Agency from the second survey. In the first phase of the research we examined the influence of nurses' demographic factors such as age, education or length of experience in the management of nursing documentation and own attitudes of nurses from selected agencies in the management of nursing documentation. The research sample consisted of seven nurses working in home care agencies that were selected purposefully and were willing to cooperate in research. In the second phase of the research we tried to analyze individual nursing documentation of selected home care agencies. For this part, we chose seven agencies, which have been their leadership under the promise of anonymity willing to cooperate. The research investigation set up three goals and three research questions. The first objective was to describe the demographic impacts on the use of nursing documentation. The second objective was to determine the attitude of nurses from selected agencies of home care to nursing documentation. The third objective was to analyze the nursing documentation in selected home care agencies. At the outset of the investigation, we asked the following questions: they influence the management of the nursing documentation demographic factors such as age, education or length of practice nurses? What attitudes toward nursing documentation occupy the sisters from selected home care agencies? Correspond to different parts of the nursing documentation with the phases of the nursing process? Results of the research can be an inspiration not only for the nursing management ADP, but also for the nurses working in home care agencies throughout the Czech Republic, only selected agencies.
Patient after total joint replacement Preoperative and postoperative education
CHMELAŘOVÁ, Zdeňka
This bachelor thesis deals with the patients? education in the pre- and post-operative period after their joint replacement. Currently, the number of total endoprosthesis (TEP) operations has increased rapidly. Also in this case the role of a nurse as an educator is uninterchangeable and without her it is difficult to imagine such a demanding operation. It is the nurse herself or himself who draws patient?s attention towards all the aspects concerning pre-hospitalization period, hospital treatment and private care after the patient has been released home. It is the nurse who has to establish a relation of trust between a patient and hospital staff. The aim of this thesis was to elaborate methodically the TEP patient?s education possibilities in the pre- and post-operative period and to judge its quality from the TEP patient?s point of view. By means of an experimental survey and by fulfilling its aim it has been found out that the TEP patient?s education in medical institutions takes place, nevertheless, it is not on a sufficiently high level.
Grey Literature and the Role of the Library of the AS CR
Doleželová, Jana ; Chmelařová, Zdeňka ; Durecová, Kateřina
The Library of the ASCR is a coordinator of the data collection in the ASCR. In the ASEP database have been gathered more than 180,000 records, which are classified into 20 types. Although the records of grey literature do not belong to evaluated scientific results, they are abundantly represented in this database. A structure of grey literature data records has been adjusted to correspond with the data structure in NRGL. There is a possibility to add a full text to the records and it is possible to harvest data.
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