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Education of nurses in intensive care
Klozová, Ivana ; Kordulová, Pavla (advisor) ; Strnadová, Alice (referee)
Introduction of problems: At present, nursing education is being given increasing attention. This is done by the management of the health service itself, by the teachers, by the nurses themselves, but also by the sick. There is still a burning shortage of nurses in all disciplines and hospitals. The current healthcare situation is slowly coping with changes in education, and only time will show whether changes have been set in the right direction and will help to infiltrate qualified staff into hospitals Goals: The main goal of my diploma thesis was to find out the motivation of nurses for specialization study in intensive care at work. The partial goal number one was to find out if nurses are educated in lifelong learning. Sub-goal number two was to map what nurses are currently the most burdened in their intensive care work. Methodology: A quantitative survey was carried out using custom-built questionnaires that were conducted in the intensive care nursing population Results: The results of the survey showed that the main reason nurses for intensive care intensive care were the fact that they needed money to study, wanted more time for their interests and paid leave before the exams. Nurses have also been trained in lifelong learning. They most often used e-learning education. Most nurses have...
Interiér lezeckého centra
Strnadová, Alice
The content of this work is interior design of particular sport center. The teoretical part deals with the historical context, the specifics of the area, the condition of current competitive spaces in Czech Republic and their problems. Small portion of the work is also dedicated to inspirational centers abroad. It further discusses materials, interior design standards and furniture standards. The practical part presents the design solution of the social and the sport section and sanitary facilities. It includes a ground plan, a drawing of electrical wiring, an item plan and drawings of atypical objects.
The Czech Red Cross - history and current aktivity
Petržilková, Jana ; Prošková, Eva (advisor) ; Strnadová, Alice (referee)
Bachelor's Thesis is theoretically described. It pays particular attention to Czech (Czechoslovak) Red Cross from its formation to present. The Thesis aspiration is to map out the International and Czech Red Cross from both historical and present day point and to help it to raise public attention. The Thesis deals with following questions: How and why was the Red Cross found, by whom and for which reason? How the Czechoslovak Red Cross was found and which were its activities after World War I and during World War II? Which were its activities in the postwar socialistic period and in period after 1989? When the Czech Red Cross was found, which are its activities and who are its collective members? The Thesis uses qualitative research methods, namely historical method and method of structured interviews and their analysis by the means of grounded theory method. It handles contemporary and current literature, including journals, archival and other documents. It is supplemented by interviews with management of regional associations whose goal is to describe the activities of the six Regional Associations of Czech Red Cross in the Usti region. There have been data identified regarding the formation of the associations and member and volunteer numbers at the time of formation and at the present. The...
Mobilization of the patient after a cerebrovascular accident
Táborská, Jitka ; Strnadová, Alice (advisor) ; Hocková, Jana (referee)
Cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is an acutely spreading insult of brain structures of vascular origin, which is caused by multifactorial causes. It is the third most common cause of death globally and 40 % of survivors become disabled and dependent on other people. In the Czech Republic, the mortality rate caused by this condition is twice the rate in western or northern countries. Based on the available sources, this unfavorable state can be transformed by implementing a fundamental change in the care organization and access to the acute treatment. This bachelor thesis presents an overview of this topic. It has been elaborated using the casuistic method and consists of two main parts. The theoretical part defines the condition, it describes various anatomical and physiological circumstances; it also elaborates on the causes of creation, classification, signs of the condition, diagnostics, modern treatment and the patient care-taking process of this condition. It includes the multidisciplinary approach in the newly established stroke centers and recognizes different parts of the patient care. The special part of the thesis contains the two casuistic cases of randomly selected patients, who experienced an ischemic-type CVA and were able to be treated with systemic thrombolysis in the therapeutic...
Public awareness about the issue of hemorrhoids
Sedláčková, Andrea ; Kulhavá, Miluše (advisor) ; Strnadová, Alice (referee)
v anglickém jazyce Hemorrhoids, defined as dilated vascular plexus in rectum and anus, is a disease that affects significant and diverse part of population. This disease is caused mainly by unhealthy and sedentary lifestyle, which is typical for many people these days. Every individual can either prevent or change most of the factors contributing to the emergence of this disease by altering his or her lifestyle. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to determine whether the general public is informed about the problems of hemorrhoids or not. The theoretical part focuses on the knowledge concerning the disease hemorrhoids, its historical evolution, anatomy, symptoms, causes, diagnosis, complications, treatment and nursing care after hemorrhoidectomy. The conclusion of this part deals with the prevention of hemorrhoids and education. The empirical part of the thesis includes a quantitative research, which was implemented by questionnaire survey. The goal was to examine whether respondents are informed about the problems of hemorrhoids, if they follow preventive procedures and how do they apply these elements in everyday life. My goal was also to find out which are the most common sources of information for people and whether they have personal experience with this disease. The distribution of the...
Optimizing the number of nursing staff in intensive care and resuscitation department for adults
Burišková, Klára ; Strnadová, Alice (advisor) ; Novotná, Jindra (referee)
Over the last few years there has been a significant differentiation of medical professions. At the same time their role and position has changed in the nursing process. Genesis of new professions and distribution of employees in the work field, based on their expertise, has led to changes in the work organization in individual departments. Therefore we can encounter highly specialized care in the intensive care departments, which places on its staff a number of specialized requirements. Aim of this thesis was to map the positions of individual workers and especially on the application of medical assistants. The thesis continues on with the issue of setting the optimal amount of nursing staff in the intensive care departments. Outcome of the thesis is that workers under supervision are currently not finding the proper use. However, in the future, we can count on more of these workers, in the intensive care units, to be more needed. Thesis conclusion is dedicated to available options of setting standards in order to calculate the necessary amount of nursing staff. keywords: competence, paramedical professions, headcount optimisation, scoring system in health care nurse, health assistant,
Effect of sporting activity on the risk of burnout in nurses working in intensive care
Fialová, Zdeňka ; Heczková, Jana (advisor) ; Strnadová, Alice (referee)
Master thesis is dealing with the influence of sport activity at burnout among nurses working in intensive care and resuscitation. The thesis is divided into the theoretical and the empirical part. In the theoretical part we deal with burnout, its risk factors, symptoms and preventive measures. Other chapters are devoted to sports, primarily focused on the influence of sports activities on psychological stress and burnout. We also describe the possibilities of introducing sport activities to the workplaces. The main goal of our work is to determine whether there exists a relationship between sport activity and the risk of burnout. The research was carried out with the use of a quantitative questionnaire survey, which consisted of two parts. The first part contained questions related to burnout and was conducted using a validated MBI (Maslach Burnout Inventory) questionnaire. The second part contained questions related to the leisure sports activities of nurses. Within Všeobecná fakultní nemocnice in Prague, Malvazinky rehabilitation clinic, hospital Mělník, Tanvald, Sedlčany and Neratovice were distributed 298 questionnaires to the nurses working on the resuscitation or intensive care departments. The final testing sample consisted of 233 questionnaires (78% of surveyed nurses). It was found out...
Nurse-patient Cooperation in the Rheumatology Outpatient Clinic
Melicharová, Jana ; Marková, Eva (advisor) ; Strnadová, Alice (referee)
Solution: Rheumatology Outpatient Clinic is a place for regular checkups of the chronically ill patients. The main task of the nurse is to motivate these patients for cooperation and participation in the healing process. The cooperation of the nurse and her patients may be influenced by many factors, which especially include the communication skills of the nurse, the way of her behaving and her educational activities, including the environment of the ambulance. For this mutual cooperation is therefore necessary to start to build the relationship between the nurse and her patients from the very beginning that is based on trust and understanding, because this exactly is the essential assumption for the further cooperation. Objectives of the Survey: The main focus of this my concluding work is to determine how the cooperation of the nurse and her patient is in Rheumatology Outpatient Clinic does work from both perspectives, meaning of the nurse and of the patient. The aim is to clarify what facts have an influence on the cooperation and communication of the nurse and her patient, and how the mutual cooperation could be improved, whether or not there are certain problems in the cooperation and finally, what is the patients' opinion on the work of nurses in the Rheumatology Outpatient Clinic. The...
Change-of-shift report
Müllerová, Vendula ; Prošková, Eva (advisor) ; Strnadová, Alice (referee)
MÜLLEROVÁ, Vendula. Change-of-shift report. First Faculty of Medicine UK. Academic degree: Bachelor (Bc.). Supervisor: Mgr. et Mgr. Eva Prošková. Advisor: Mgr. Jan Běhounek. Praha, 2014. 60 s. The BA thesis focuses on a change-of-shift report in nursing. In its theoretical part, the author describes the concept of change-of-shift report, its purpose, contents, factors influencing information exchange, the context of a shift change and its relation to the care- giving process. Legal context of the report in terms of medical documentation and personal information confidential files is also Explorer. The thesis also concerns different ways of reporting. In the practical part, the attitude of professionals towards a change-of-shift report is mapped out. It discusses the use of information obtained from the report for realization of the care-giving process; benefits and obstacles in change-of-shift reporting at the bedside and overall satisfaction of nurses with the currently used way of change-of-shift reporting at their respective wards. Finally, the thesis attempts to propose an optimum solution for high quality change-of-shift reports. Keywords Change-of-shift report, documentation, legislation, care-giving process, observation, shift change, nurse, patient, silence
The influence of breastfeeding on the development of obesity of children in late life.
Zapletalová, Petra ; Kulhavá, Miluše (advisor) ; Strnadová, Alice (referee)
This Bachelor's Thesis deals with the description, how the development of children's obesity is influenced by the breastfeeding's period and other factors. Firstly, the theoretical part is dedicated to these four topics: breastfeeding and its importance, benefits, potential risks and also practical matters related to breastfeeding - e.g. methods or the basic principles. Secondly, there is depicted substitution of milk nutrition and vegetables. The third topic focuses on obesity in children - possibilities of diagnosis, causes, consequences and precaution against it. Finally, the last part presents various studies where relations between a period of breastfeeding and development of obesity during childhood are being investigated. The practical part brings evaluation of factors which could influence the obesity in case of children under three years of age. This part was realized using quantitative inquiry, where anonymous non-standardized questionnaire, containing fourteen questions, was used for data collection. The questionnaire was mainly focused on the period of full or partial breastfeeding and finding out, how children prospered over the years. The research shows that 49 % of the children breastfed to 6 months. But the best provided group was children breastfed to 4 months. This group was...

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