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Ethical codes of non-medical health professions focusing on ambulance service workers
Černý, Jiří ; Haškovcová, Helena (advisor) ; Holmerová, Iva (referee) ; Vurm, Vladimír (referee)
Ethical codes of non-medical health professions focusing on ambulance service workers ABSTRACT A sharp increase of number of the codes of ethics in all fields of human activity is the trend of current ethical education. The dissertation is oriented (focuses) on the question of the necessity or the suitability of codes of ethics for ambulance services (Emergency Ambulance Services and Non- emergency patient transport services). The introductory theoretical part defines the range of medical transport professions that are the subjects of research. There are introduce the theoretical bases of healthcare professions. The historical part of the dissertation is focused on the development of a medical transport with an emphasis on ethical principles in the work of emegency and nonemergency ambulance services. The theory that the direct precursors of code of ethics can be promises, oaths, orders, statutes, instructions, recommendations and similar written or unwritten documents containing ethical principles that include challenges to help others and the demands of collegiallity, respect, honesty or virtuous life was confirmed. In the work is also mentions some ethical problems and dilemmas in the work in the ambulance services. The content of the practical part of dissertation is research study on the question of...
The Role of the Medical Assessment Service in the Social Security System
Čevela, Rostislav ; Zikmundová, Květuše (advisor) ; Seifert, Bohumil (referee) ; Vurm, Vladimir (referee)
Medical Assessment Service significantly influences expenses of the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA). Medical Assessment Service (MAS) provides assessment of state of health for benefits where a claim is derived from unfavourable health conditions (or together with other unfavourable conditions such as a social situation, financial situation, insurance participation etc.) Impact of MAS activity is of a volume of 100 miliards of CZK annually from the state budget. Passed reorganization of MAS did not solve the biggest problem and it is permanent lack of superior workers. This problem brings poor quality and efficiency of its activity. Changes in organization of MAS which will lead to solving of these problems will also lead to better quality of assessments which will be positively reflected not only in strenghtening of assurance of assessed people but also in expenses for benefits. The survey of doctors opinion about Assessment Service has shown that it is necessary to improve perception of Assessment Service . It is perceived by medical public as not very prestigious, with a lot of paperwork and with no connection with clinical medicine. Most of asked doctors said that they would not be able to work without Assessment Service cooperation. The most important incentive that would enhance interest...

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