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Providing nursing care to foreigners from the perspective of nursing students
This bachelor thesis focuses on the provision of nursing care to foreigners from the perspective of nursing student. During their internship, nursing students are part of the department's day-to-day operations. It is therefore necessary to provide them with a sufficient amount of information in transcultural nursing. The aim of this thesis is to map students' experiences in providing nursing care to foreigners and thus learn information that could help other students to provide quality transcultural nursing care. The bachelor thesis consists of a theoretical and an empirical part. The theoretical part deals with migration, multiculturalism and transcultural nursing. It also focuses on education in the field of multicultural education. The characteristics and specifics of nursing care for selected minorities and religions are also indispensable parts of chapters. A qualitative method of data collection has been chosen for the empirical part of the bachelor thesis. Data collection has been performed using semi-structured interviews, taken from 12 nursing students. The results of the interviews have been processed into 4 categories, which relate to students' communication with foreigners, current studies in multicultural nursing, knowledge and experience of students in transcultural nursing. The research shows that all students met with nursing care for a patient of a different minority. The biggest problem for the students was the language barrier, as well as the tedious nursing care of this patient or non-cooperation on the part of the patient. According to the answers, it most often occurred in patients of the Romani people. For the students, the Romani represented not only the non-cooperating patient, but also the patient who had the most specifics during nursing care. The results of this bachelor thesis can be used by nursing students in education in this area.
The optimalization of ordering system at Ahold Czech Republic, a.s.
Kavanová, Tereza ; Jirsák, Petr (advisor) ; Mervart, Michal (referee)
The aim of this Master's thesis is to describe the current system of ordering goods at Ahold Czech Republic, a.s., based on the analysis of these processes determine the possibilities of optimalization ot ordering tools. The ambition of this Master's thesis is to finacially assess losses caused by out of stocks in this company.
The movement of goods in NYK Logistics (Czech Republic) s.r.o.
Kavanová, Tereza ; Mervart, Michal (advisor) ; Suchánek, Tomáš (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses in the first chapter of the theoretical part on various types of goods traffic. Some important terms connected to this topic are defined in the second chapter (for example "cross-dock" or "integrated logistics"). The third chapter deals with with warehousing and handling units. At the end of the theoretical part, there is a short contemplation of the recent position of automobile industry due to the current financial crisis . At the beginning of the operative part, the company NYK Logistics (Czech Republic) s.r.o. is introduced. This company is nowadays investigating whether their way of unloading goods is optimal. My task during my intership was to measure the demandingness of various ways of unloading. I proposed four options of unloading which I measured and analysed. The practical part is concluded by a recommendation to the company.

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5 Kavanová, Tereza
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