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Social worker as a member of the hospital palliative care team
Michalcová, Zdislava ; Křížová, Eva (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of "Social worker in the team of palliative care in hospital". The thesis consists of two parts: theoretical and practical. In the theoretical one, there is firstly covered the topic of death and dying from the Christian theology point of view. Then, the definitions of the palliative care are mentioned and is described its history both in the world and in the Czech Republic. Consequently, the thesis deals with the current state of palliative care in the Czech Republic, what kind of projects are nowadays in process to implement the care for the environment in hospital and the importance of multidisciplinary team itself. Another part is devoted to social worker in palliative care. It is deeply described how the social work has been evolving in this field as well as its position. It is also pointed to the activities of social worker and described the professional and personal credentials he or she should have. The end of theoretical part is focused on the right worker's attitude to seriously sick people and accompanying their relatives. In the practical part, the example of good practice of palliative care is described in Ústřední vojenská nemocnice in Prague. It was answered on the following questions: What was the development of palliative care in that...
Family resilience from the perspective of family rehabilitation
Rousková, Alena ; Baštecká, Bohumila (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The aim of this diploma thesis called Family resilience from the point refurbishment of a family is to look at the remediation of a family from the perspective of resilience, describe the process of family resilience and the role the social worker can play and to contribute to the reflection of social work. Its benefit is the hope for social workers that even when they face so-called problem families: they can rely on them and that the welfare/success (of a family) does not depend solely on social work or social workers. Families generally manage their situation in the long run and social workers can help them by acknowledging it, by confirming the strength of families, and helping to link its resources. The diploma thesis is divided into two parts, theoretical and practical. The theoretical part is dedicated to the chapters Family, Resilience and Remediation of a Family as one of the instruments of family support. The practical part describes the process of family resilience in the threatened family and the author's reflection of his own attitude from the position of a social worker. In order to show the family resilience process, the author used the method of casuistry, which she subsequently filled in by the dynamic understanding of a family in given situation for the limits described in this...
Assisted contacts of parents and children
Oravcová, Lenka ; Janečková, Hana (advisor) ; Krpálková, Jindřiška (referee)
The thesis deals with implementation of assisted contacts of parents and children in difficult life situation, seen from the point of view of staff of non-profit organizations and OSPOD (= Child Protection Authority). It aims to map the activities of the participants involved in the implementation of the assisted contacts within the existing structure, processes and multidisciplinary cooperation within the Zlín Region. The core part of the thesis is qualitative research performed by the method of the grounded theory. At the conclusion chapter I respond to the stated aim of the diploma thesis and I point out that the implementation of assisted contacts of parents and children represents high degree of demands on the staff. This is the cause of difficult handling of the implementation. The staff workers stressed the deepening and setting up of multidisciplinary cooperation, sharing of good practice in the Zlín Region, as well as creating a team sufficiently professional and numerous and, above all, a change of legislation. Keywords: assisted contact of parents and children, family, parenthood, disintegration of relationship, difficult life situation, participants of assisted contact, structures, processes, multidisciplinary cooperation, Cochem model, grounded theory
Prayer: The Role, Place and Significance of Prayer in the Lives of Members of the Christian Community
Žilková, Miriam ; Beneš, Ladislav (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The thesis, "Prayer: The Role, Place and Significance of Prayer in the Lives of Members of the Christian Community" deals with the topics outlined in its title. It is examined from the standpoint which understands prayer in its Biblical context, as well as how it has been interpreted by the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren tradition. The core of the thesis is made up of qualitative research. The goal of the research is to discover how prayer is perceived by believers within a particular Christian community: what place prayer occupies in their lives, what shapes it, what it contributes to them and, at the same time, how they perceive prayer and what kind of meaning corporate prayer has for them. Five deep, semi-structured conversations with research participants helped to achieve the goal of the thesis. The results of the qualitative analyses are presented in several chapters, of which four main chapters contain (1) the benefits of prayer in understanding oneself, and (2) in understanding and perceiving God, (3) prayer as a tool for service, and (4) benefits and deficits connected with prayer. The concluding chapters then summarize the results found in the answers to the survey questions, and further on there is a discussion presented on the understanding of prayer as perceived through the lens...

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