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HVAC systems of hospital - Ecodesign 2018
Dokládalová, Tereza ; Jelínek, Ondřej (referee) ; Rubina, Aleš (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is a review of legislation about ecodesign, the design of air conditioning systems for hospital departments and analysis of energy consumption of air conditioning systems designed before and after ecodesign 2018. The thesis is divided into three parts. The theoretical part deals with research of ecodesign legislation (especially EU Commission Regulation No. 1253/2014) and air conditioning in health care facilities. In the second part design of two air-conditioning systems serving the hospital's traumatology department was realized at the level of documentation for building permission. The third part contains calculations and assessments of expected consumption of electric and thermal energy, comparison of units before and after ecodesign and evaluation of annual operating costs.
Criminal liability in health care
Lepáček, Marek ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (advisor) ; Šelleng, Dalibor (referee)
1 Criminal liability in health care (abstract in English) The purpose of this rigorous thesis is to point out the criminal liability of health services providers, particular for doctors as individuals as well as for hospitals as legal entities. This thesis is divided into four chapters and, moreover, the integral part of it is also one attachment. The first chapter defines the basic legal terms in health care, such as informed consent, informed disagreement, the lege artis procedure, medical documentation and confidentiality. These institutions appear in health care mostly and their detailed definition will help the reader to better understand the goal of this work. Due to the fact that this thesis is aimed to criminal liability, the particular legal terms are defined especially in criminal matters too. The second chapter entitled as Criminal offences in health care hides in itself the individual crimes that a doctor may commit during the performance of his profession, both intentionally and negligently. In this chapter, not all crimes are defined, but especially those that occur to be most frequently in health care, eventually those which appear to be the most interesting in relation with the health care. Due to the fact that there is also the relevant case law in connection with some of the crimes, for...
Social worker as a member of the hospital palliative care team
Michalcová, Zdislava ; Křížová, Eva (advisor) ; Janečková, Hana (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of "Social worker in the team of palliative care in hospital". The thesis consists of two parts: theoretical and practical. In the theoretical one, there is firstly covered the topic of death and dying from the Christian theology point of view. Then, the definitions of the palliative care are mentioned and is described its history both in the world and in the Czech Republic. Consequently, the thesis deals with the current state of palliative care in the Czech Republic, what kind of projects are nowadays in process to implement the care for the environment in hospital and the importance of multidisciplinary team itself. Another part is devoted to social worker in palliative care. It is deeply described how the social work has been evolving in this field as well as its position. It is also pointed to the activities of social worker and described the professional and personal credentials he or she should have. The end of theoretical part is focused on the right worker's attitude to seriously sick people and accompanying their relatives. In the practical part, the example of good practice of palliative care is described in Ústřední vojenská nemocnice in Prague. It was answered on the following questions: What was the development of palliative care in that...
Extension of the oncology centre of The University Hospital Brno - rough substructure
Gottvaldová, Denisa ; Kratochvílová, Erika (referee) ; Biely, Boris (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is the construction and technological solution of the rough substructure stage of The University Hospital Brno oncology centre. The thesis content is a technical report of the construction and technological project, construction site equipment, design of the machine assembly, transport routes solution, technological regulation for micropiles implementation, control and test plan, occupational health and safety, environmental protection, line budget, timetable.
Information System Design
Nečas, Jan ; Zmek, RNDr Bohuslav (referee) ; Koch, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of this Master’s thesis is to design an information system that will provide administration of the whole lifecycle of identities with integration to personal system. Administration of access rights and an interface for integration of any software working with roles based architecture.
The preparedness of Hospital Strakonice to critical infrastructure failure
The failure of critical infrastructure is one of the most serious threats, especially in health care. Hospitals and health care facilities play an irreplaceable role, so it is essential to maintain the capacity and responsiveness of the health care facility as a whole during the blackout period. In energy, which is one of the areas of critical infrastructure, power outages can occur at any time, so the hospital should be unconditionally prepared for this crisis situation and the resulting impacts. The theoretical part defines the basic concepts in the health care system located in crisis preparedness and crisis planning, as well as necessary documentation and electrical regulations. The following chapter deals with the critical infrastructure from the perspective of national and international legislative documents and links to the means for its protection. The last part explains the principle of the electricity system of the Czech Republic and describes the production, transmission and distribution of electricity. The topic of Blackout outlines the issue of domestic and foreign cases. The practical part introduces the environment of the Hospital Strakonice, a.s., further describes the available alternative sources of electric energy and legislative standards of the company, on the principles of which it respects crisis preparedness. Three specific cases explain how critical infrastructure failures can be addressed, prevent unwanted situations, respond to problems promptly, and take remedial action. For elaboration of my diploma thesis I used basic scientific procedures which are observation, consultation, analysis and comparison. The aim of the thesis was to map the readiness of the health and non-health part of the hospital to the impact of the failure of critical infrastructure, which could be described as satisfactory. The findings will be forwarded to the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Crisis Management Department of the Strakonice Hospital, a.s. to assess the possible consequences and effective preparedness for critical infrastructure failures. The results can be used as study material.
Crisis readiness of the hospital in Frydek - Mistek relating to selected extraordinary events.
The diploma thesis "Crisis readiness of the hospital in Frydek - Mistek relating to selected extraordinary events" deals with issues concerning current state of readiness of the Hospital in Frydek-Mistek for selected extraordinary events and the tries to create methods and approaches to improve the hospital's emergency preparedness. I chose mainly qualitative research with quantitative elements for answering research question. First step was random choice from hospitals in Moravian-Silesian Region, so I visited the hospital in Frydek-Mistek and I made data retrieval dealing with extraordinary events. Based on my own observations and the provided documents I detected an incorrect crisis preparedness plan and because it is important to have such an operative plan, which deals with extraordinary events and the inaccurate plan could place hospital to risk, I decided to revise the plan by using special methology, which is set up for this issue. Since the risks involved in the crisis preparedness plan were insufficient in my opinion, I conducted my own risk analysis of the external and internal environment focusing on hospital operation in risk. Then I used the "KARS" method, which is a qualitative risk analysis within its correlation. I determined the risks that should be resolved primarily and after that I revised the plan by using new knowledge. The result of the diploma thesis is a draft plan for crisis readiness of the hospital in Frydek - Mistek, which could be used and refilled by hospital managment alternatively. The plan will be handed over to the hospital management.
Creation and application of economically-financial system for evaluation of medical facilities providing outpatient and bed care
The paper is focused on comparison of individual methods enabling evaluation of health care facilities and selection of the most suitable method with respect to the evaluation objective. The aim of the evaluation is to compare health care facilities by the indicators that can affect patient satisfaction. A financially sound hospital has enough resources to invest in new medical technology and equipment, it can afford to adequately pay quality health care staff and thereby influence treatment success and patient satisfaction. The partial objective is to select appropriate financial indicators for evaluation, as well as a method for comparing and ranking hospitals. The most suitable method of evaluation was the point method with the determination of weights and the definition of the required range of indicators. I proceed according to this method also in the current evaluation, with the alteration of indicators.
Social Work in Palliative Care in a Hospital
Šerých, Anna ; Stretti, Sylvie (advisor) ; Cimrmannová, Tereza (referee)
The topic of this work - social work in palliative care - is very up-to-date because in the last three years, thanks to the "Together until the end" program of the Avast Foundation Fund, specialized palliative care has been introduced in eighteen Czech hospitals, which is a response to the fact that 78% of the citizens of the Czech Republic die in healthcare facilities. The goal of the thesis was to answer the research question: "How do social workers at the Central Military Hospital in Prague who have experience with clients in the terminal stage of illness describe the means to achieve the goals of social work in palliative care in the hospital?" To find out the answer to this question, we have used the Grounded theory research method and realized a research in the CMH in Prague. The main findings of the research consist in describing the objectives of social work in palliative care in the hospital as understood by the respondents, and in the description of the means used to achieve these goals and the links between them. These objectives are: the client's wishes and the quality of life with dignified dying and among the means is the relationship between the social worker, the client and the family; social counselling and family care. Other findings include a description of the needs of those...
Providing Animal Assisted Therapy in the Hospital from the View of Patients
This Bachelor´s work deals with the topic of providing animal assisted therapy in the hospital from the view of the patients. It surveys providing of zootherapy in the hospitals situated in South Bohemian Region and its benefits for the patients. The theoretical part describes zootherapy and basic terminology. It shows the history of therapeutical use of animals, distribution by animal species, methods and forms used in zootherapy, possibility of using zootherapy and its benefits for clients. The last chapter focuses on the specifics of providing zootherapy in a hospital. The aim of the practical part was to chart the situation of zootherapy as a supporting treatment of psychosocial health from the view of patients hospitalized in the inpatient ward. Two major research questions were posed to identify these goals. A qualitative research strategy has been used for research, using a polling method and a semistructured interview technique. Two research groups were established. First group consisted of patients who were long-term hospitalized in hospitals of South Bohemian Region, who participated on zootherapy provided in hospital at least once. Second team consisted of hospital personnel, who were helping with providing zootherapy. The results were processed using the method of open coding and they confirmed that zootherapy is welcomed by the patients and is beneficial for them especially by providing distraction, mood improvement, allows social contact and is a motivational element. The research also showed that options of zootherapeutical teams can be limited (by time, financially, or by capacity) under the current conditions in the Czech Republic. That´s why all the potential is not utilized. This work can be used by the public interested in the topic of zootherapy, or can also be used by the zootherapists, who are interested in providing zootehrapy in hospitals, or if they would like to learn about zootherapy from the view of the patients.

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