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Communication of nurse with patient in connection with colonoscopy
NĚMEČKOVÁ, Jana
The main aim of this work was to map the issue of nurse communication with a patient undergoing colonoscopy. Based on this goal, three research questions were set out, which had the following wording: What communication do patients expect before the colonoscopy?; How do patients undergoing colonoscopy evaluate nurse communication?; What feelings do patients experience in colonoscopy? In order to elaborate the empirical part of this thesis, the qualitative research methodology was chosen, which was realized by the technique of semi-structured interview with the patients who underwent colonoscopy. The research group consisted of nine patients who underwent either an outpatient examination or hospitalization in the wards. The interviews were conducted on the basis of 18 prespecified questions. Some of them were enhanced with supplementary questions, appropriately developing the considered issue. All interviews were recorded using audio recording, cleaned from padding words and transcribed. Subsequently, they were processed by open coding method using the "pencil and paper" technique. The results are presented in the form of categories and subcategories. The first category is focused on patient expectations and is divided into three subcategories in which the informants expectations regarding the information, communication and medical staff attitude are recorded. The second category focuses on information related to colonoscopy. In the third category, feelings experienced in connection with colonoscopy are recorded, and this category is further subdivided into four subcategories. The last, fourth category, is nurse communication from a patient perspective, which includes two subcategories. The results of the research revealed differences between patient expectations and nurse communication. Further, the feelings perceived by the informants before, during and after the examination were revealed. According to the information obtained, the informants were most often afraid of the pain and the course of the examination. They were rather satisfied with the nurses' communication. This bachelor thesis provides an insight into the issue of nurse communication with a patient undergoing colonoscopy, its shortcomings, but also positive aspects. The whole issue is observed from the patients´ subjective point of view and their needs, which makes the results of the work useful to both healthcare professionals and lay people.
Effect Multiple Sclerosis on activities of daily living
Němečková, Jana ; Nikodemová, Hana (advisor) ; Křivková, Jana (referee)
Bibliografický záznam NĚMEČKOVÁ, Jana. Vliv roztroušené sklerózy na aktivity denního života. Praha: Univerzita Karlova, 2. Lékařská fakulta, Ústav ošetřovatelství, 2016. 87 s., přílohy. Vedoucí bakalářské práce PhDr. Hana Nikodemová Abstract In my Bachelor thesis I examine the impact of Multiple sclerosis on a daily life activities. The intention is to present an overview of knowledge of the disease itself and map its impact on the activities of a normal day. The work is divided into theoretical and practical part. The introduction of the theoretical part is devoted to reasons of my decision to describe this topic, I define the aim of the work and the working hypotheses, subsequently there is described the disease itself in tabular form by each areas, such as the characteristics of the disease, duration of disease, diagnosis, treatment etc. Then I pay attention to daily life activities and needs of the patient. In the practical part is performed quantitative research through a questionnaire survey of patients from a specialized center for the treatment of demyelinating diseases in the Department of Neurology at the Motol University Hospital. The obtained data are presented in tabular and graphical reports. Keywords multiple sclerosis , activities of daily living, the impact of disease, attack, human needs
Teaching methods in post-secondary-school English courses
Opluštilová, Žaneta ; Mothejzíková, Jarmila (advisor) ; Němečková, Jana (referee)
The objective of the thesis was twofold. Firstly, to map the situation in one-year post- secondary courses of English organised by private language schools in the Czech Republic and to recommend teaching methods and materials suitable for the given age group and the aims of the courses. Secondly, to outline the legislation regulating this form of study and in view of the recent legislative changes to compile a set of arguments for preserving the student status for the course participants. The first part of the thesis summarizes the lingvodidactic principles of teaching English as a foreign language with respect to the specific characteristics of learners between 19 and 22 years of age. It also presents a brief overview of the historical development of teaching methods as a background to the methodology applicable to post-secondary courses and provides a basis for textbook evaluation and selection. In the empirical part of the thesis the organization of post-secondary courses at three private language schools was contrasted and two sets of questionnaires completed by their students were analysed. Based on the conclusions drawn in the theoretical background as well as on the output of the questionnaires the contemporary approach of principled eclecticism was recommended as the most suitable...
Model of experimentally regulated expression of dipeptidyl peptidase IV in glioma cell lines
Němečková, Jana ; Šedo, Aleksi (advisor) ; Vaníčková, Zdislava (referee)
"Dipeptidyl peptidase IV Activity and/or Structure Homologues" (DASH) represent a newly defined group of multifunctional molecules, typically bearing dipeptidyl peptidase IV-like hydrolytic activity. Dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPPIV, EC 3.4.14.5, identical to CD26) cleaves out X-Pro dipeptides from the N-terminus of peptides. Recent knowledge shows substantial role of DASH in cancer pathogenesis. Here we present (i) an overview of the issue of DASH molecules and their functional substrates in the neuroectodermal tumor and (ii) a preparation of stable transfected human glioblastoma cell lines with inducible gene expression of DPPIV. Vectors containing human DPPIV gene and its mutated form in the catalytic active site have been prepared to assess the importance of the enzymatic activity of the final product. This will enable us to study the biological role of DPPIV in genesis and progression of neuroectodermal tumors - cells growth, invasion and migration of transformed glial cells in vitro. Moreover, complex role of DPPIV will be studied using a model of homotopic application of transfected cells into the brain of immunodeficient mice. Prepared cell lines provide more consistent information about DPPIV from the point of view of its "autocrine" importance for the expressing cells, as well as its potential...
Family Guidebook to The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague: An Example of the Lifelong Learning Concept Implemented in a Museum
Němečková, Jana
The thesis deals with the possibilities o f supporting and enhancing the educational role o f museums in the lifelong learning process, particularly in the process o f family learning. The author defines the conditions o f the preparation o f a self-guided museum programme for families. The author presents an example o f a family guidebook to the exhibition hall o f glass and ceramics o f The Museum o f Decorative Arts in Prague (hereafter UPM). The family guidebook draws on the study o f primarily British and American sources dealing with museum education and related disciplines. The thesis also features an analysis o f a small visitor study o f family visitors o f the UPM and a description and analysis o f a museum programme during which the guidebook was tested. According to the author, a self-guided museum programme for families should draw on family audience segmentation and on specific needs o f this visitor group. Such a programme should motivate visitors to learn actively from the exhibits, to encourage cooperation and sharing o f knowledge and skills among individual family members. The programme should make the visitors feel that the museum is a plače not only to learn new things but also to spend enjoyable moments, and encourage them to repeat their visit.
Family Guidebook to The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague: An Example of the Lifelong Learning Concept Implemented in a Museum
Němečková, Jana ; Dvořáková, Michaela (advisor) ; Havlínová, Ivana (referee)
The thesis deals with the possibilities of supporting and enhancing the educational role of museums in the lifelong learning process, particularly in the process of family learning. The author defines the conditions of the preparation of a self-guided museum programme for families. The author presents an example of a family guidebook to the exhibition hall of glass and ceramics of The Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague (hereafter UPM). The family guidebook draws on the study of primarily British and American sources dealing with museum education and related disciplines. The thesis also features an analysis of a small visitor study of family visitors of the UPM and a description and analysis of a museum programme during which the guidebook was tested. According to the author, a self-guided museum programme for families should draw on family audience segmentation and on specific needs of this visitor group. Such a programme should motivate visitors to learn actively from the exhibits, to encourage cooperation and sharing of knowledge and skills among individual family members. The programme should make the visitors feel that the museum is a place not only to learn new things but also to spend enjoyable moments, and encourage them to repeat their visit.
Goverment Information Systems
Vaculík, Lukáš ; Němečková, Jana (referee) ; Koch, Miloš (advisor)
The work focuses on review of the present state of informatization of state administration on the South Moravian Region. This work approach communication between citizens and state administration. In this work are introduced two project - CzechPOINT and Virtuos which are focused on informatization of state administration.
Evulation of the Financial Situation in the Firm and Proposals to its Improvement
Podešva, Michal ; Němečková, Jana (referee) ; Solař, Jan (advisor)
The goal of this master’s work is evaluation of the financial situation of the company Zlínterm, Ltd. within the years 2001 to 2005 at the basis of selected methods of the financial analysis. It contains proposals of possible solutions of identified problems which may lead to financial situation’s improvements of the company in its future development.

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