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Lék nebo hrozba? Antropologické perspektivy samoléčby konopím v České republice
Bláhová, Barbora ; Horák, Miroslav (advisor) ; Halbich, Marek (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses specifically on the phenomenon of self-medication with cannabis (Cannabis Sativa L.) in the Czech Republic exploring subjective perception of this treatment by ill persons and its sociocultural framework. It describes a situation when the state fails to effectively regulate medical cannabis and patients often seek practices of self-medication, which remains illegal. Theoretical part of this thesis aims to explain the self- medication and cannabis use in the sociocultural context. Practical part is based on an anthropological research, which was implemented in the Czech Republic from January 1, 2017 to May 1, 2017 in a form of the on-line qualitative questionnaire survey. The research sample consists of 107 subjects, who used cannabis and its derives for self-medication. The analysis was done by the Grounded theory method. The results demonstrate that people who seek cannabis self-medication in the Czech Republic consider current legal regulation of cannabis objectionable. Cannabis plants for self-medication are usually grown at home and people find information about specifics of the treatment on-line. Looking at experience of patients, this thesis describes specifics of the practices of cannabis self-medication and it could be useful for organizations working with...
Detection of source code plagiarism
Bláhová, Barbora ; Harabiš, Vratislav (referee) ; Kašpar, Jakub (advisor)
The purpose of this thesis is to introduce the matters of plagiarism of source codes and to suggest methods, that will be used to create the original plagiarism detector. Theoretical part of the thesis states the definitions and the most common methods of plagiarism, both in general and in source codes. Furthermore it presents already existing types of the detectors and states principals, according to which the detection can be performed. Practical part deals with implementation of detecton and it´s testing.
Rehabilitation in patients with abdominal hernia
Bláhová, Barbora ; Vitujová, Marie (advisor) ; Ulrichová, Michaela (referee)
This thesis is about the possibilities of rehabilitation in patients with abdominal hernia. Physiotherapy has positive effect on some of the risk factors, which could lead to the development of hernia. The physiotherapy is also important in pre- and postoperative care, as well as in preventing a hernia formation or relapse. Another topic discussed in this thesis is the restriction of physical activity after abdominal surgery. Considering the benefits that the physical activity brings, it should be recommended to the patient (accepting his or hers individual needs and abilities). No research evidence of use of rehabilitation therapy in causal hernia treatment was found. The only conservative treatment used in hernia management is the abdominal binder.
The development of the South Bohemian Medical operating center
BLÁHOVÁ, Barbora
This bachelor thesis is written in a theoretical form and its main topic lies in the describing of history of the Medical Operating Center of the South Bohemian Region, which is nowadays located in České Budějovice. Therefore, the bachelor thesis is especially focused on changes and development of the Medical Operating Center from the beginning of Emergency Medical Service in České Budějovice in the 19th century. Next aim of this thesis is also mapping the current approaches of receiving and evaluating the emergency calls by operators of this Medical Operating Center. To obtain the fundamental information about history of the Medical Operation Center of South Bohemian Region, many personal meetings with former, but also with current employees of the Emergency Medical Service of the South Bohemian Region were realized. These employees provided essential information for this thesis and thanks to these personal talks, the important and crucial events and changes of Emergency Medical Service of the South Bohemian Region could be written down. Additional information was primarily obtained from annual reports of the Emergency Medical Service of the South Bohemian Region, the State District Archives of České Budějovice and the available literature on this issue. Recapitulated, the final bachelor thesis includes the detailed describing of the history of Medical Operating Center of the South Bohemian Region since the end of 19th century to these days, summarizing of the current state, work approaches and upcoming changes of the Medical Operating Center of the South Bohemian Region. This thesis also contains evaluation of advantages and disadvantages of the centralization process of regional medical operating centres located in whole South Bohemian Region into the only one Regional Medical Operating Center in České Budějovice.
A Child as an Active Internet User and the Sphere of Parental Surveillance
Bláhová, Barbora ; Slavíček, Daniel (advisor) ; Charvát, Martin (referee)
My diploma thesis deals with the phenomenon of the internet and parents' supervision, particularly how parents supervise their children who are the active users of the Internet. This paper is divided into a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is further divided into two sections - one that looks at supervision and mediating strategies and other one that analyses the internet. Both those theoretical chapters explore their subjects with relation to children as the agents. The practical part of my dissertation is a qualitative research in form of interviews, which helps to understand the phenomenon from the parents' position.
Lék nebo hrozba? Antropologické perspektivy samoléčby konopím v České republice
Bláhová, Barbora ; Horák, Miroslav (advisor) ; Halbich, Marek (referee)
This diploma thesis focuses specifically on the phenomenon of self-medication with cannabis (Cannabis Sativa L.) in the Czech Republic exploring subjective perception of this treatment by ill persons and its sociocultural framework. It describes a situation when the state fails to effectively regulate medical cannabis and patients often seek practices of self-medication, which remains illegal. Theoretical part of this thesis aims to explain the self- medication and cannabis use in the sociocultural context. Practical part is based on an anthropological research, which was implemented in the Czech Republic from January 1, 2017 to May 1, 2017 in a form of the on-line qualitative questionnaire survey. The research sample consists of 107 subjects, who used cannabis and its derives for self-medication. The analysis was done by the Grounded theory method. The results demonstrate that people who seek cannabis self-medication in the Czech Republic consider current legal regulation of cannabis objectionable. Cannabis plants for self-medication are usually grown at home and people find information about specifics of the treatment on-line. Looking at experience of patients, this thesis describes specifics of the practices of cannabis self-medication and it could be useful for organizations working with...

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