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Actors of primary care in Slovakia
Gregorík Baldovská, Alžbeta ; Kotherová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Kopsa Těšinová, Jolana (referee)
The thesis is mainly devoted to primary care in Slovakia. Through the analysis of semi- structured interviews with important actors of health policy, but also ordinary doctors, analyzes the attitudes of these actors, identifies the patterns that emerged from their statements, subjects them to mutual confrontation, finds agreements and alliances, and draws conclusions. The thesis is working with advocacy coalition framework and is using stakeholder analysis.
The policy of mental health care in the Czech Republic and Slovakia from the perspective of historical institutionalism
Rizikyová, Tímea ; Dobiášová, Karolína (advisor) ; Kopsa Těšinová, Jolana (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to provide the reader with a comprehensive view of institutional developments in the area of mental health policy in the two compared countries - the Czech Republic and Slovakia. These countries have a long history, and their health policies were based on the same foundations. This determined their different direction also in the area of mental health policies, the effective setting of which is today more important than ever before. The available global and national statistics point to alarming numbers in the area of mental illness, lack of staff and capacity and insufficient financial resources devoted to this area. Based on historical institutionalism and its concepts, I present identification of the reasons why both countries stagnated in the area of mental health policies for a long time and what were the critical junctures behind the change of institutional settings of mental health care policies to their present form. In the final part of the thesis, I compare these political settings, I identify the main similarities and differences, and also, I formulate the most problematic areas of the current mental health care systems. Since the Czech Republic started to implement the reform of psychiatric care several years ago and Slovakia is still waiting for this phase, the...
Opioid Crisis in the USA and its relevance to the Czech opioid situation
Sovík, David ; Kopsa Těšinová, Jolana (advisor) ; Nekola, Martin (referee)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the topic of opioid abuse in the United States of America and in the Czech Republic. The current situation of opioid abuse in the USA is called the "Opioid Crisis". The thesis describes the historical development of the problem, including its division into three main phases, in each of which a different opioid is the most abused. In the first phase, it is prescription opioids that are most commonly abused, while the last two stages are dominated by illicit opioid abuse of heroin and fentanyl. The identification of the primary causes of the Opioid Crisis is an important part of the thesis. Purdue Pharma is explicitely mentioned as having manufactured opioids that have directly contributed to the widespread abuse of opioids. Within the thesis, a typology is created in order to clarify which social groups in the USA are the most susceptible to becoming addicted to opioids. In the part of the thesis dedicated to the situation in the Czech Republic, a historical and current perspective of national opioid abuse is provided. Potential present and future threats that could lead to a worsening of the situation are also identified.
Engaging Peer Consultants in the Mental Health Care in the Context of Psychiatric Care Reform in the Czech Republic
Hekšová, Tereza ; Dobiášová, Karolína (advisor) ; Kopsa Těšinová, Jolana (referee)
The thesis deals with the issue of the current involvement of peer consultants in the care of mentally ill people in the context of identifying their specific needs. The aim of the thesis is to identify the benefits of employing peer consultants for themselves and for the social and health care system of mental health care. At the same time, the thesis aims to identify possible barriers or challenges that arise in the practice of peer consultant work, as well as in their employment. The author uses the concept of recovery and implementation theory to theoretically and conceptually anchor the thesis. Through the perspective of experts working in the field and peer consultants, the thesis provides a mapping of the benefits of the peer consultant role and an overview of their specific needs. At the same time, the author identifies the existence of significant barriers in the current set-up of the system of peer consultant involvement, which are mainly caused by the legislative non-anchoring of their position. The author concludes with recommendations for the future development of peer consultant involvement.
Types of support, which families caring for a child with autism spectrum disorder can use
Englichová, Lucie ; Kopsa Těšinová, Jolana (advisor) ; Dobiášová, Karolína (referee)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the support of families of children with severe autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It takes into account the gaps in support, which have been pointed out in recent years by both researchers and the target group itself. It sums the needs of these families, explaining them in the context of the current state of social politics. The aim is to reflect on the needs of these specific families and what kind of help is provided in the field of social benefits and social services. It simultaneously aims to reveal how key social politics work in practice in relation to people caring for children with severe ASD and to identify possible deficits of such politics. The theoretical part maps the theory of implementation, individual approaches to implementation and problematic factors. The practical part uses qualitative approach. Data was gathered by the means of semi-structured interviews with five experts on the issue. The research had shown that within the Czech republic there is still a lack of services capable of serving the needs of children with severe ASD. The incapacity is caused by a general underfinancing of the social sector and also by the system of distribution of the state-provided grants. The research also suggests that factors contributing to the current state are...
Surrogacy in the Czech Republic - the responsibility and competence of midwives and doctors
Rybníčková, Karolína ; Kopsa Těšinová, Jolana (advisor) ; Špeciánová, Šárka (referee)
This Bachelor thesis is about surrogacy and consists of theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is focused on the topic of infertility and assisted reproduction, mainly by the issue of assisted reprodution in surrogacy. It is also focused on legislation of surrogacy and assisted reproduction, the ethical part of surrogacy and on questions that arise for de lege ferenda debates. The main aim of this thesis is to sum up knowledge about surrogacy into well-arranged chapters and by that to raise the awarness about surrogacy in professional but also wider public. The next aim is to find out the knowledge and attitude of midwives from labour rooms, from the department of puerperium and the department of physiological newborns and to make few reflections about the attitude of the staff to surrogacy. One of the last aims of this thesis is to suggest a manual for care procedure about surrogate mother, the infertile couple and the baby. For the practical part of the Bachelor thesis was used a questionnaire and was performed since 1st of February 2022 until 31st of March 2022 towards the whole Czech republic. The target group were midwives from labour rooms, from the department of puerperium and miwives/child nurses from the deparment of physiological newborns. The questionnaire was sent to the...

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