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The nurse's profession from pediatric patients point of view
The theme of the thesis is Nurse Profession from child patients point of view. Firstly, the topic of nursing, paediatrics, nursing profession is included. Then, the thesis deals with the responsibilities of a nurse and her role. Furthermore, the thesis includes topics such as the subject of the child patient, child development stages, specifics of the child's behaviour in the illness, the needs of the child and the communication of the nurse with the child. The work also solves the way how to properly treat a sick child and the rights of a child patient. The aims of the thesis are to: Map the views of child patients on the nurse profession in the hospital and find out what views the child patients have on the nurse profession in the outpatient department. The following research questions have been chosen: What views do the child patients have on the nurse profession? What views do child patients have on the nurse profession working in an outpatient department? To find out the views of children on the nurse profession, the qualitative research was chosen, through in-depth interview and analysis of essays. Children were interviewed at the age of 10 to 18 years. The analysis of the documents was done on essays from children attending 8th and 9th grade of basic school. The rewritten interviews and essays were subjected to analysis, using the paper and pencil method, by open coding. From the interview analysis were created four categories and four categories from the analysis of essays. Each category has subcategories where data is encoded The research shows that children have general knowledge of the nursing profession. They can imagine an ideal nurse. They have both positive and negative experience with the nurse, but the positive ones prevail. Children are also more satisfied with the nurse's attitude than dissatisfied. The best experience and attitude was assessed by the children at the GP's office, then by the hospital and the worst was in the specialized outpatient departments. The communication with the nurse and the nurse's behaviour is the most important for children.
Professional Career of Educators in After-School Clubs
The thesis deals with the development of the career of educators in after-school clubs. One part of the thesis is a theoretical part and the other part is my own research. Chapter one defines the concepts of the professional career and the life path. The second chapter deals with the educator in the after-school club, their job description and the qualifications related to the profession, competencies, typology of educators and the risks of the burnout syndrome for the profession. The third chapter analogously deals with the profession of a teacher. In the fourth chapter, I compare the career path of the educator with the professional career of the teacher, and the overall summary. The fifth chapter presents the findings of a qualitative research (five biographical interviews).

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