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Public awareness of end-of-life experiences
Stehlíková, Vendula ; Ivanovová, Viera (advisor) ; Kutnohorská, Jana (referee)
Author: Vendula Stehlíková Institution: Charles University Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Králové Department of Non-medical Studies Title: Public awareness of end-of-life experiences Supervisor: Bc. et Bc. Viera Ivanovová Number of pages: 86 Number of attachements: 2 Year of defense: 2022 Keywords: Death, dying, perception of death, palliative care, palliative sedation, advance healthcare directive, advance care planning The bachelor thesis deals with public awareness of end-of-life experiences. This thesis includes a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part deals with dying and death, end of life communication, end of life needs, accompaniment and care of the deceased. Palliative care, palliative sedation, advance healthcare directive and advance care planning are described. In the practical section, the results of a research project on public awareness of end-of-life experiences are described. The research was conducted online in the form of an anonymous questionnaire that was distributed to the public via social media. There was 1 main objective and 4 sub-objectives. All objectives were met. Based on the results and outcomes, I made possible recommendations for practice in order to improve the perception of death and this improve the perspective on advance healthcare directive. This...
Limits of the mobile hospice care in the Czech Republic
Špuláková, Jana ; Svatošová, Marie (advisor) ; Ivanovová, Viera (referee) ; Pekárková, Hana (referee)
This bachelor thesis presents information about standard hospice care, but it is mainly concentrated on the less known and less extended mobile hospice care. Text shows limits of this mobile care of dieing people. Limits and limitations result from insufficient legislative conditions for the accompanying persons and from readiness and competence of the caregivers itself to accompany their cousins in the home environment. Research part of the thesis is based on the question-form investigation performing verification of the presumed limits and pointing to them. The first investigated data samplewas collected on the bereaved persons of the patients hospitalized in the standard hospice in 2006. Second data sample is based on the bereaved persons, who used mobile hospice care in the same year. Two guided interviews with bereaveds are enclosed to illustrate the situation. Research was leaded in the cooperation with Hospic Anežky České (Hospice of the Anežka Česká) in the Červený Kostelec and Mobilní hospic Dobrého Pastýře (Mobile Hospice of the Good Pastor) in the Čerčany.

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