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The current status of pediatrics nurse field and its impacts on practice
TUŠLOVÁ, Michaela
This thesis: "The current status of pediatrics nurse field and its impacts on practice" deals with actual problem and it means education of pediatrics nurses. There were set two targets: 1. Changes in pediatrics nurses field in time. 2. Detections of problems in education of pediatrics nurses that are caused by new changes in the study program. These targets were specified by four research points and three hypothesis yet. Implementation of research was carried by a combination of qualitative and quantitative research methods. Five head nurses participated to the research and then one hundred nurses from children's unit in hospital as well. Our research was divided in three parts. In the first there were made interviews with head nurses. We used semi - structured form. In second phase we spread our written survey in pediatrics nurses who are working in children's unit. It was created an online survey mainly for students of medical disciplines for comparison. In last phase there were analyzed documents of work load of nurses from children's unit. Results show that in practice there we are able to see many problems. Pediatrics nurses who completed their education in high school grow old. New ones are missed and it means that like pediatrics nurses work general nurses as well. In our survey we found out that nurses with different length of practice are the same opinion on education. Then that pediatrics and general nurses, who are working in children's unit perceive the problems equally. But nurses with different length of practice are different opinion on actual long of study. Final results of this thesis will be published in professional journal.
Nurse as a support of long - term hospitalized senior
TUŠLOVÁ, Michaela
This thesis "Nurse as a support of long-term hospitalized senior" is divided into a theoretical and an empirical part. It deals with the issue of long-term hospitalization of seniors at the aftercare department, especially with the nurses' support to seniors and their interrelationships. Three main goals were appointed. It was examined how the seniors perceive nurses who takes care of them. Then in which areas nurses are supportive and which techniques they try to use to be a support for seniors. Ten nurses working in aftercare department and five hospitalized seniors of aftercare department participated in this research. There were used methods such as a qualitative research, a method of questioning and a technology of semi - structured interviews. Collected information were analyzed and encoded, was used open encoding, pen and paper method. In the context of categorization, there six categories and ten subcategories were created. From the results of the thesis there is evident that nurses try to be a support. According to the research results, insufficiencies are evident. Most seniors perceive the nurses positively. In majority, gratitude toward nurses was perceived by seniors. Some seniors met with negative behavior, with devaluing addressing, even with conflict situation. Nurses support seniors in psychological aspects, take care of their basic needs, they also try to keep them self-sufficient. The results show, that most nurses acts with respect, try to ensure privacy and be helpful. Was created brief educational material. Then the material could be published in the form of a leaflet or as an article in the academic magazine. It could help nurses to find the proper attitude to seniors.

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