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Vaccination and pharmaceutical care I
Žižková, Tereza ; Malý, Josef (advisor) ; Hendrychová, Tereza (referee)
Vaccination and pharmaceutical care I Author: Tereza Žižková Tutor: doc. PharmDr. Josef Malý, Ph.D. Consultant: PharmDr. Eliška Kolmanová, Ph.D. Department of Social and Clinical Pharmacy, Faculty of Pharmacy in Hradec Králové, Charles University Introduction and aim of study: Vaccination can be considered an effective tool for the prevention of infectious diseases. Its main importance lies in the protection of the entire population. The aim of this thesis was to analyze the attitudes and opinions of patients regarding the possibility of vaccination against influenza in pharmacies in the Czech Republic (CZ). Methods: The research consists of the answers of 2032 citizens of the CZ over the age of 15, randomly selected by the technique of the standardized quided interview. They were approached between 16. 11. 2020 and 20. 12. 2020 with a request for comments on the issue of healthcare and the healthy lifestyle of the population. Part of this survey were questions about the issue of vaccination against influenza. Respondents were asked 21 closed, semi-closed and open-ended questions focused on socio-demographic characteristics, attitudes and opinions of respondents on influenza vaccination, including the possibility of vaccination in a pharmacy. Data were evaluated with descriptive statistics and...
Belgian party system and Eurosceptism
Žižková, Tereza ; Říchová, Blanka (advisor) ; Perottino, Michel (referee)
This thesis examines statements of chosen political parties towards the European Integration, based on the Content Analysis of Programs in the federal elections of the years 2007, 2010 and 2014, especially in the economic policy, common foreign and security policy, enlargement, migration policy and environmental policy. The position of these parties is categorized into the typology of Nicola Conti and are processed not only from the view of development of chosen parties, but within comparison of the Flemish and the Wallonia regime. The Belgian Kingdom is perceived as one of the most pro-Europe states that supports the project of the European Union and the European Integration in general. Belgium, one of the founding states of the European Economic Community and a member of the long-term prospering project of Benelux, was the perfect example of positive repercussion that the membership in the EU might bring. In 1993, the federalization of Belgium occurred and it is evident that the parties dedicated most of the attention to the question of nationality and to the autonomy of (the?) regions, especially then, the Flemish political party didn't consider the topic of the European Integration that much in local politics. A change occurred, when Eurosceptic parties started stretching out throughout Europe,...
Potenciál brownfields a jejich návaznost na systém zeleně měst
Žižková, Tereza
The bachelor thesis deals with both brownfield and the system of greenery topic in the area of Valašské Meziříčí town. About 18 brownfields/underused places were found in a town. Each place was given a recommendation for future usage, including for example new places with greenery, residental buildings or a deer-park recovery. There was specified the functional type for each area containing greenery. Current system of greenery is based on the map of functional types. Some new development axes of this system were designed to link currently separated areas of greenery. The idea of the new park including avenue was placed into the Křižan sawmill, which is on of the found brownfields. The task of the avenue is to connect current places of greenery together, which means it becomes one of the new development axes of the greenery system. The fundamental part of the park is succession vegetation. There is also a birch grove, a tree raster with a coffee house and a wavy lawn. North section of the area was set apart for new bus station.
Belgian party system and Eurosceptism
Žižková, Tereza ; Říchová, Blanka (advisor) ; Perottino, Michel (referee)
This thesis examines statements of chosen political parties towards the European Integration, based on the Content Analysis of Programs in the federal elections of the years 2007, 2010 and 2014, especially in the economic policy, common foreign and security policy, enlargement, migration policy and environmental policy. The position of these parties is categorized into the typology of Nicola Conti and are processed not only from the view of development of chosen parties, but within comparison of the Flemish and the Wallonia regime. The Belgian Kingdom is perceived as one of the most pro-Europe states that supports the project of the European Union and the European Integration in general. Belgium, one of the founding states of the European Economic Community and a member of the long-term prospering project of Benelux, was the perfect example of positive repercussion that the membership in the EU might bring. In 1993, the federalization of Belgium occurred and it is evident that the parties dedicated most of the attention to the question of nationality and to the autonomy of (the?) regions, especially then, the Flemish political party didn't consider the topic of the European Integration that much in local politics. A change occurred, when Eurosceptic parties started stretching out throughout Europe,...
The importance of remittances in the context of contemporary development discourse
Žižková, Tereza ; Kučerová, Irah (advisor) ; Plechanovová, Běla (referee)
This thesis focuses on the phenomenon of remittances (money or products sent by migrants to their countries of origin) and their relation to current development discourse. The volumes of remittances are still growing and this revenue has become especially significant for developing countries. This thesis, therefore, does not only focus on the economic contribution of remittances but analyses them in a broader context. Its aim is to find whether and how do remittances contribute to the overall development of poor countries. This thesis offers a historical overview of developmental discourse and followed by specification of four key concepts of current development (empowerment, ownership, good governance and sustainable development), whereby this thesis constitutes a framework for further analysis. Remittances are substantially connected to the concepts of empowerment and ownership. They enable the recipients to meet their needs more freely and decide how to invest their money. From the point of views of good government concept, it is important, that remittances can help to put more pressure on the democratization of developing countries. Fulfilment of these concepts, as well as the stability of remittances, implies, that this revenue supports sustainable development in poor countries. This thesis is...

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