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Which factors affect the attendance of castle Litice nad Orlicí
Nováková, Lada ; Lahvička, Jiří (advisor) ; Čermáková, Klára (referee)
This thesis aims to analyze the factors influencing the attendance of the historical monument, the castle Litice. I am focusing on the standard, reduced and family tickets. For measurement of the impact of the individual variables I use the daily data from 2004 to 2012. Into the determinants that have impact on the demand for attendance I include the ticket prices, temperature, precipitation, public holidays, weekends, summer holidays and cultural events. The model shows that an increase of ticket price by 1 % will result in increase of sales of family tickets by 2,4 % ceteris paribus. Regarding the standard and reduced ticket, the resulting coefficient is insignificant. Public holidays, weekends and summer holidays have a positive impact on attendance for all three types of admission. The most significant impact has an annual event "Pochod přes tři hrady" (March through three castles). During this event sales of standard tickets increase by 190 % and sales of reduced tickets are ten times higher ceteris paribus. The events have an insignificant impact on sales of family tickets.
Stigmatization using identification bracelets from the view of patients
The Bachelor Thesis is focused on stigmatization from the perspective of patients as well as nurses and their view on the use of identification bracelets in the process of providing nursing care. Stigmatization is based on certain distinctness. The identification bracelet is functioning here as an element of distinctness from a given standard; accordingly, it can be understood as a stigma. The aim of the work was to map what is the very attitude of patients towards the attached identification bracelet including recorded data, colour dot differentiation, and at the same time to find out what is the most frequent reason stated by nurses when fixing the identification bracelet to patient. At the same time, functional check of identification bracelets has been monitored, and also whether the staff performs identification of patients using these bracelets. Another aim was to find out whether nurses know and use the methodical guideline dealing with problems of patient identification including assigned procedures. Last but not least, it has been mapped which risky activities connected with providing nurses' care are considered by both groups to be priority in relation to exact patient identification. Also, whether the risk of mistake in provided care can be reduced by verification of identity by means of properly labelled bracelets. The data have been obtained during a qualitative survey from two different non-standardized interviews. One type of interview was conducted with ten randomly selected patients of department of neurology and department of surgery at the given hospital facility and the other type of interview was conducted with ten randomly selected nurses from these departments. Qualitative investigation ascertained how patients themselves perceive the attached identification bracelet including inscribed data, how the reason for color dot differentiation was explained to them, how checking of bracelets regarding their functionality is performed, and what other means are used by nurses to verify identity of the patient. Furthermore, attitude of nurses to carrying out the check of bracelets, their possible replacement if damaged, and knowledge of the recommended methodological guideline was determined. Subsequently, it was determined which procedures or practices are regarded by respondents as high-risk in relation to the correct patient identification and the possibility of certain mistake. Aims of this work have been fulfilled. The results obtained in the investigation will be provided to individual departments where the investigation was performed and at the same time they can be a source of information for the management of the given hospital facility within the framework of monitoring of compliance with managed documentation. An appropriate solution would be to organize educational event for all members of the nursing team on the topic of the safe patient identification and his/her education in the process of using identification bracelets.

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