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Knowledge of and Attitudes toward Electroconvulsive therapy among psychology and medical students
Švecová, Natálie ; Niederlová, Markéta (advisor) ; Červinková, Monika (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with electroconvulsive therapy with respect to aspects that form and influence attitudes towards this treatment method. The literature review section focuses mainly on providing a general overview relating to electroconvulsive therapy and is divided into three main chapters. The first chapter concentrates on its historical development and current practice, particularly the use of the method, its course and associated side effects. The second chapter deals with attitudes towards electroconvulsive therapy, with a basic overview of the existing research. Within the third section, the issues of stigma and ethical perspective on electroconvulsive therapy are described. The second section focuses on the design of a research aimed at identifying knowledge and attitudes towards electroconvulsive therapy among medical and psychology students. Keywords electroconvulsive therapy; attitudes; informed consent; education; stigma; ethics; anti-psychiatry movement
Psychological aspects in families with a chronically ill child
Šoltis Smith, Katarína ; Červinková, Monika (advisor) ; Míková, Gabriela (referee)
The work deals with psychological aspects appearing in families with a somatically chronically ill child. Based on the available literature, it defines the concept of chronicity in the pediatric population, as there is currently no consensus in this area. Furthermore, it presents a model that describes medical stress related to chronic illness in childhood and its trajectories, for anchoring survival in families. Subsequently, it describes the experience of parents in the context of the disease, as they are the main bearers of the burden of care that they must manage, along with other daily demands. A short part also deals with the survival of siblings of chronically ill children and the possibilities of interventions that can be used in this area. The Research part is devoted to the design of a validation study in the population of parents of chronically ill children, with a focus on peritraumatic survival after the diagnosis of the disease. The research proposal is situated in children's hemato oncology clinics. Keyword somatic chronic disease in pediatrics; family; peritrauma; validation study
Differences in chosen personality characteristics between students of paramedic and general nurse study programs
Smolková, Eliška ; Woleská, Jana (advisor) ; Červinková, Monika (referee)
This work focuses on personality characteristics of students of general nursing and paramedic programs, its comparison and description of differences between them. The work briefly describes the history, obligatory education, and description of the job of general nurse and paramedic. The results of Big Five model are compared between general nurses, paramedics, and students of both programs. The research part maps personality characteristics of students of general nursing and paramedicine and describes the differences between them using the Big Five model, specifically version BFI-2. Significant difference was discovered between students in the dimension of negative emotionality (neuroticism). Students of the paramedicine program scored lower on average.
Specifics of dying and grieving during the Covid-19 pandemic
Zindulková, Markéta ; Zajícová, Markéta (advisor) ; Červinková, Monika (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the topic of dying and grieving during the Covid-19 pandemic. Its aim is to describe this issue in the Czech environment and to provide summary and background to facilitate further research. The theoretical part describes what attitudes Czech society has towards death and how these attitudes have evolved. It also focuses on end-of-life care during the pandemic. A significant part of the thesis is devoted to bereaved mourners, the process of grieving, complicated grief and the impact that the pandemic had on this process. The research design includes both a qualitative and quantitative section, and both of these sections focus on the grieving process of mourners of SARS-CoV-2 victims. The qualitative part focuses on aspects related to the Covid-19 pandemic that impact the grieving process.
Empathy in the doctor-patient relationship
Blaštíková, Lucie ; Štětovská, Iva (advisor) ; Červinková, Monika (referee)
This paper focuses on empathy in the doctor-patient relationship. It deals with definitions and different perspectives on empathy and the methods by which it can be measured. Further it describes the key elements in the doctor-patient relationship, and then focuses on the role of empathy in it. The thesis traces the development of empathy during the medical study. It describes possible interventions leading to empathy increase. The research part deals with the design of a project that aims to map changes in empathy, specifically in what year the changes occur.
Coping with stressful situations in healthcare workers - prevention of burnout syndrome
Přibylová, Tereza ; Woleská, Jana (advisor) ; Červinková, Monika (referee)
This thesis describes the stressful situations that healthcare workers especially nurses physicians and paramedics encounter and in connection with this deals with the burnout syndrome which is a frequent consequence of workload. With regard to the prevention of burnout syndrome the thesis also deals with individual and organizational protective factors. In the research part of the thesis it finds out whether completing special courses can help cope with workload and a lower rate of burnout syndrome.
Resilience and protective factors of children in refugee camps
Miková, Michaela ; Šporclová, Veronika (advisor) ; Červinková, Monika (referee)
This thesis is reaching for a better understanding of resilience and protective factors of children in refugee camps. The first two chapters of literature review are presenting the basic geopolitical context of migration and the refugee camp environment, including the psychosocial challenges of this environment and discussion about the mental health of refugee children. The third chapter defines the general concept of resilience and protective factors, setting the initial framework for the fourth chapter, which describes these phenomena specifically for children in refugee camps. For a wholesome description of the topic, a bioecological model that divides resilience and its factors into four levels: individual, family, community, and institutional/political, is used. Similarly, the research project is based on this model. The project is carried out qualitatively through interviews with psychologists who have had professional or volunteer experience with children in the refugee camp. The project offers more comprehensive description of resilience and protective factors and provides guidance on how these findings can be supported in psychological interventions. The research data were analysed using the grounded theory method. Beside checking the occurrence of the protective factors from the literature review...
The connection between the ability of guided imagery and the personality characteristics of an individual
Krejčí, Kateřina ; Červinková, Monika (advisor) ; Javůrková, Alena (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the connection between personality characteristics and the ability to visualize. The literature review section contains an overview of informations about guided imagery, their types and differences from other mind-body interventions (e.g. hypnosis or meditation). Furthermore, studies are summarized discussing the possibilities of using guided imagery and the effect of individual differences in the effectiveness of this technique. The research part builts on the previous research summary. The experimental study deals with the question of what personality characteristics are related to the ability to visualize mental images. Participants were asked to listen to a short relaxing guided imagery, followed by the completion of a questionnaire to evaluate the entire experience and also to complete the NEO-FFI personality questionnaire. Keywords Guided Imagery; Mind-Body Interventions; Personality Traits; Five-factor Model; NEO-FFI
Estimation of the election results by respondents and its usage
Červinková, Monika ; Tuček, Milan (advisor) ; Hendl, Jan (referee)
The diploma thesis "Estimation of the election results by respondents and its usage" discuss the methods of predicting the election results based on election expectations of individuals and shows how people form their expectations and how exact these expectations are. First short summary of existing methods of election results predictions and its limitations is presented - it also deals with pre-election surveys and its ambitions to predict the election results. The rest of the thesis focuses only on the prediction of the election results based on election expectations of individuals: prediction markets and aggregated estimations of respondents. Concept Wisdom of Crowds, from which both approaches originate, is presented together with concrete examples of application of the predictions based on opinions of prediction markets participants and respondents of the pre-election surveys. Results of the foreign studies confirm that the prediction markets predict the election results very well and with higher accuracy than the pre-election surveys. Current studies also positively evaluate the estimation of the election results done by respondents. Respondents are usually able to predict the election results, even several weeks before the elections. Last part of the thesis is based on my own quantitative...
Self-esteem amongst people with diagnosed rheumatoid arthritis
Lukešová, Marie ; Červinková, Monika (advisor) ; Raudenská, Jaroslava (referee)
The presented bachelor thesis deals with the connection between self-esteem and rheumatoid arthritis. The content of the literary-overview part is the definition of the concept of self- evaluation, development, specification of individual sources and changes in self-evaluation and takes into account possible gender differences. The second part of the literature review is dedicated to the specification of rheumatoid arthritis, the effects of stress and associated mental disorders. Research proposal, which aims to determine the relationship between self-esteem and rheumatoid arthritis activity in the Czech Republic. Another goal is to identify individual factors that affect the sources of self-esteem. The results of the research could contribute to revealing how self-assessment affects rheumatoid arthritis and serve as a theoretical basis for the development of adequate psychological interventions.

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