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Research of nursing in the context of historical development
The Diploma Thesis "Research of nursing in the context of historical development" has a theoretical character. Its aim is to analyze the historical development of nursing research as an essential part of the nursing profession. The work is adapted as a historical - analytical study of available sources and documents with subsequent interpretation of texts through the method of textual hermeneutics. To achieve this goal, it was necessary to set two research questions: What period events influenced nursing research in the historical context? What development has nursing research seen from a historical perspective? The work is divided into five chapters entitled From Prehistory to the Modern Age, Florence Nightingale Period, Interwar and War Periods in the Context of Nursing Research, Postwar Periods and Nursing Research, Nursing Research Today. Among crucial events that influenced the development of research in nursing there are Human evolution (script), the influence of religion, wars, Theresian and Josephine reforms and the emancipation movement as well as the formation of education institution (universities), organizations and development of publications. At least but not last there are other important influences such as established political and economic reforms, Bolton's law, the Kellog program, the Advisory Committee's report, the possibility of travel (internships), the adoption of the Bologna Process and technical progress (internet, PC). The research went hand in hand with education, which also affects the level of nursing care. When speaking of the second research question, it can be stated that the first research can be traced back to prehistoric times, through sources of human knowledge, nursing care needs, nursing education, work needs and requirements, nurses' health and safety, motivation, nurses' roles or community nursing. In the period of time, research activity has led to the establishment of research centers and training faculties, research educational programs, research plans (prevention, digitalization, chronically ill), international cooperation and the achievement of their own terminology, classification and methodology. For the time being is nursing research defined by ethical and legal principles, based on EBN and financed from public resources.
Healing of wounds during history and nowadays.
My bachelor thesis "Healing of wounds over course of time" has a theoretical character. Its aim is to analyse the development of wound healing as an integral part of nursing care from prehistoric times up to the present days. This work is a historical-analytical study of primary and secondary literal sources with a following elaboration of an interpretative text. To achieve this it was crucial to set a few research questions: What was the development of wound care from a historical perspective? What influenced wound healing in the historical context? In connection with these research questions it can be stated that the development of wound care started in prehistoric times, where it was influenced by the development of society. Further on it developed in connection with some major events. Among these we can name mostly the influence of Christianity in the Middle Ages, building of medical facilities thanks to the Theresian and King Josef's reforms during the Enlightenment period. Last but not least we have to mention the 19th century which was a breakthrough for the development of wound care due to the new position of women in medicine, nursing as a profession, the establishment of nursing schools and the systematic training of nurses, which continues to develop up to the present days. The historical context that has had an impact on wound healing is characterized in prehistoric and ancient times primarily by the organization of society, religion, and cultural practices that have led to a development of surgery. In the Middle Ages the methods of wound healing stagnated, in comparison with Renaissance, where, thanks to Paré, Mondeville and Paracels, surgery underwent a significant development. The era of Enlightenment and the 19th century were characterized by the development of war surgery, the industrial revolution, the discovery of antisepsis (Lister) and antibiotics (Fleming). Furthermore, the 20th and 21st century were significant due to the discovery of modern materials for wet wound healing and various medical treatments used in wound healing.

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