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Supervision as a possible support for hospice employees
Pižlová, Martina ; Tollarová, Blanka (advisor) ; Loučka, Martin (referee)
This dissertation originates in research project Potřeby a podpora pracovníků poskytujících paliativní péči v hospicích (FHS_P19_2014_068) (Paliative Hospices Care Staff Needs and Support) which was implemented in 2015. The dissertation deals with needs of hospices staff. These are derived from demands and requirements placed on the staff and correlate with their workload. I express management strategies and attitudes related to staff support. In the theoretical part of the dissertation I survey organization culture and ways and means of staff care. One of the care forms may be supervision. I⁠ focus on its possible form (shape) and supervisor's function. The empirical part of the dissertation is based on the research performed in two hospices. I focus on facility description and provided care. It is based on conversations with staff and management of these facilities. I try to depict the way management views the staff support, demanding situations they are exposed to and their idea of management support. Last but not least I⁠ focus on the supervision area, the way the staff perceives it, to what extent they see it as a contribution (benefit) and what do they expect of it. Powered by TCPDF (
Qualitative research into management of challenging situations by workers in the Long Term Care facility with a special regime for clients diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
This work deals with the origin and the solutions of difficult situations between clients diagnosed with Alzheimer disease and dementia and workers of the residential social service with special regime home and their interactions. The theoretical part will concentrate on clarification of the diagnosis, including symptoms, the associated memory and its disorders and communication. The work describes challenging situations encountered in the care of affected clients, the theory of frustration and stress, and also mentions a coping strategy. In the conclusion to the theoretical part, the work portrays the worker in relation to the client. The methods used for research are explained in the methodology section, that is the grounded theory, participating observation and the semi-structured interview. A social service institution was introduced in the research section, as well as an analysis of participating observations and individual semi-structured interviews according to the principle of grounded theory. The conclusion contains a summary of challenging situations encountered when working with the clients of the social service with special regime home, the specifics of aggressive situations, as well as the summary of emotions of the assisting staff and an overview of the control mechanisms of individual workers.
Some Difficult Situations Occuring to Pupils of the Junior High School and How to Manage Them
The Degree Work presents information concerning difficult life situations with respect to the literature knowledge, which are elaborated in the theoretical part. There are specified difficult situations of pupils in the period of their growing up. The practical part shows these difficult situations based on the research of pupils of the eighth grade of Junior School /N = 49/. The research involved 49 children. It has been proved that pupils experience and consider mainly parent´s divorce and their arguments and the necessity to decide what secondary school to choose to be their difficult life situations. Despite all their negative manifestations they feel a need to get emotional satisfaction from their close and dear, they need to be supported, the more unstable they are the more support they need /level of neuroticism/. Therefore it is necessary to pay higher attention to this age group.

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