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Petr Stančík : Mummy Mill - complex narrative analysis
Kovářová, Iveta ; Kubíček, Tomáš (advisor) ; Píšová, Ina (referee)
This bachelor thesis attends to complex narrative analysis of novel Mlýn na mumie written by Petr Stančík. This novel was published by Druhý domov in 2014. The analysis covers the story level and the narrative discourse level. At the story level aims to cover all key incidents, characters and space. At the narrative discourse level follows the category of time, the narrator and focalization. The analysis will be completed with the last chapter about the model reader. As a secondary sources for the analysis the Naratologie by the Kubíček, Bílek and Hrabal group, publications Narativní způsoby v české literatuře and Heterocosmica by Lubomír Doležel, publication Sémantika narativního prostoru by Soňa Šinclová and Tomáš Kubíček and publication Vypravěč by Tomáš Kubíček have been used.
Summary of Principles and Recommendations for Stroke Patients and their Families after Discharge from Acute Stroke Units
Kovářová, Iveta ; Oktábcová, Alice (advisor) ; Angerová, Yvona (referee)
Name and surname: Bc. Iveta Kovářová Supervisor: Mgr. Alice Oktábcová Thesis title: Summary of Principles and Recommendations for Stroke Patients and their Families after Discharge from Acute Stroke Units Background: Stroke is a very serious and common disease with a high mortality. It is important for patients to start rehabilitation as soon as possible. Early discharge allows stroke patients return home to continue rehabilitation in familiar surroundings. The responsibility for continued rehabilitation is in the hands of patients and their families and the main aim is to adjust to everyday life. Objective: The aim of this work is to create an educational material "Summary of Principles and Recommendations for Stroke Patients and their Families after Discharge from Acute Stroke Units", to help patients in the stroke problematics. This Summary includes information about stroke issues, stroke epidemiology, consequences and risks, practical advices, compensatory aids, possibilities of rehabilitation and information on social counseling, speech therapy and outpatient rehabilitation with relevant contacts. A case report in the practical part of this work tries to summarize possibilities of home occupational therapy and get a feedback on the educational material. Methods: This research work summarizes...
Occupational Therapy Interventions for Patients after Stroke in the Acute Stage. Subtitle: Summary of Principles and Recommendations for Stroke Patients after Discharge from Inpatient Care
Kovářová, Iveta ; Oktábcová, Alice (advisor) ; Svobodová, Tereza (referee)
Name and surname: Iveta Kovářová Supervisor: Bc. Alice Oktábcová Opponent: ……………………………. Thesis title: Occupational Therapy Interventions for Patients after Stroke in the Acute Stage Summary of Principles and Recommendations for Stroke Patients after Discharge from Inpatient Care Abstract: Stroke is a very serious and common disease with a high mortality. Prevalence and incidence of stroke has been monitored for a long time. Currently, there are continual advances in the understanding of the issue of Stroke, assessment and medical intervention. The aim of the rehabilitation is to restore ADL (Activities of Daily Living) and reduce patient's dependence. An integral part of rehabilitation is an Occupational Therapy. This thesis draws attention to the consequences of stroke and represents the possibility of Occupational Therapy intervention to restore the patient's home environment. The practical part describes the survey, which was conducted with patients after stroke. Evaluation of the Survey detects lack of awareness among patients about the possibilities of subsequently rehabilitation and the outcome is "Summary of Principles and Recommendations for Stroke Patients after Discharge from Inpatient Care." The list contains practical advices and recommendations that patients after stroke should make...

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