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Inclusion of pupil with cystic fibrosis in physical education
Kyndlová, Tereza ; Daďová, Klára (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: Inclusion of a pupil with cystic fibrosis in physical education Objectives: The aim of this thesis was to point out through case studies the possibilities of inclusion of a pupil with cystic fibrosis in physical education and to investigate the influence of physical applied activities on pupil's physical abilities. Part of the research was also working with a girl in physical education classes. Methods: Due to the uniqueness of the disease, was chosen for this thesis the method of a case study of schoolgirl aged 12 with CF. Methods of data collection included interviews with pupil's mother, teacher and teaching assistant, questionnaires, observations and MABC-2 test set. Results: We found out, that the inclusion of a pupil with CF is possible, but it is necessary to have prepared alternative methods and modification of physical activities in order not to damage the health of the individual. The individual approach to the student in class also proved to be effective. The research shows that physical activities as a part of physical education have a positive effect on some motor skills of a pupil with CF. Keywords: integration, cystic fibrosis, joint education, primary school, physical activities
The level of first-aid procedures knowledge amongst floorball trainers
Kylarová, Radka ; Majorová, Simona (advisor) ; Prokešová, Eva (referee)
Title: The level of first-aid procedures knowledge amongst floorball trainers Objectives: The primary aim of this research was to identify to what extent trainers of the Czech highest female floorball league are familiar with the first-aid procedures. Methods: In this research, the sampling method was carried out in the form of an anonymous questionnaire, which was constructed from two parts. The first part of the questionnaire assessed general knowledge (7 questions). The second part tested the participants through a random scenario (15 questions). The number of respondents counted a total of 17 B-licensed trainers, both male and female. The questionnaire was completed with the assistance of the Czech Floorball Union, and the collected data was presented in graphs. Results: Based on the anonymous questionnaire, the findings showed the above- average experience of trainers providing first-aid, during both floorball practice or competition. Most occurring were the least threatening accidents, e.g., athletes getting the wind knocked out or muscle strains. In contrary, shoulder dislocation, stomach and eye injuries had the lowest occurrence rate. Overall, the participants weren't successful at answering the questions regarding first-aid procedures of internal fracture and getting the wind knocked out....
Physical activity education of individuals with type 2 diabetes
Ludvíčková, Dana ; Majorová, Simona (advisor) ; Malá, Michaela (referee)
Title: Physical education of individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus Objectives: The aim of this thesis is to evaluate the effect of physical education of individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus cured in diabetologic outpatient clinic of Genereal University Hospital in Prague. The physical education was focused on nordic walking. Methods: Eight patients of diabetological outpatient clinic were chosen by the doctor for this survey. The physical examination was carried out with seven patients. It involved anthropometrical measurements (weight, waist circumference) and blood collection for biochemical parameters assessment (glycemia, glycated hemoglobin). Two-minute step test was chosen for assessment of subject's physical fitness. Results: The physical activity education of individuals with type 2 diabetes mellitus doesn't increase the amount of their physical activity. The physical activity of type 2 diabetes mellitus individuals is rather low as well as their exercise adherence. Nordic walking exercise program can improve anthropometrical parametres (weight, waist circumference) and can reduce HbA1c levels. Lower health-related quality of life in physical and physological aspects wasn't proved in type 2 diabetes patients. Key words: nordic walking, physical activity, type 2 diabetes management,...
Experience and knowledge of primary schools teachers with diabetes mellitus
Pošustová, Kristýna ; Malá, Michaela (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: Experience and knowledge of primary schools teachers with diabetes mellitus Objectives: The main aim of my thesis was to find out what the experience and knowledge the teachers from selected primary schools have with diabetes mellitus. The research study focused on knowledge of causes, symptoms and first aid for acute complications. Methods: I used the method of an anonymous questionnaire, in the range of 30 closed questions, which was divided into 2 parts. The first part contained 14 survey questions and dealt with teachers' experience with diabetes. The second part consisted of 16 test questions and examined teachers' knowledge of diabetes mellitus. I carried out a research study which included 55 teachers from 2 primary schools in Písek. The survey was always conducted once in each school during a school meeting. Results: Based on the collected data, I found out that more than half of the respondents have had an experience with a diabetic student during their teaching career. Only some respondents had to provide first aid for acute complications caused by diabetes mellitus. The most common mistakes were made by participants when answering the test questions about symptoms and first aid for acute complications. More than a third of physical education teachers do not know the general...
Personal assistent's knowledge of first aid
Zdychyncová, Dorota ; Prokešová, Eva (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: Personal assistent'sknowledge of first aid. Objectives: The aim of this master thesis was to determine the personal assistant's knowledge of first aid in selected situations. Methods: An anonymous survey was used to determine the personal assistant'sknowledge of first aid. The questions were created on the basis of Barbora Studená'sbachelor thesis and on the basis of information obtained from centres or organization providing personal assistance. The webside Survio.com was used for data collection. Personal assistants who work or have worked in the social services sector were in the target group. A total of 54 respondents participated in the research. The data were processed into graphs and evaluated. Results: Out of the total number 54 (100 %, 46 (85 %) of respondents got above 13-point limit in the survey focused on their knowledge of first aid. Personal assistant's knowledge was evaluated as positive. From the results, we can also assume that the length of action and practical experience in personal assistance has an impact on the subjective assessment of self- confidence in providing first aid. Keywords: lay first aid, Personal assistant service, civil illness, people with special needs
Use of tobacco products by UK FTVS students
Pekárková, Hana ; Majorová, Simona (advisor) ; Prokešová, Eva (referee)
Title of Bachelor's thesis : "Use of tobacco products by UK FTVS students". Goal: The aim of this bachelor's thesis was to find out how many percent of UK FTVS students use tobacco products. The sub-task was to examine which of the tobacco products students used the most, why they started smoking and whether they had already tried or wanted to quit smoking or using other tobacco products. Whether smokers and occasional smokers were aware of the risks associated with the use of tobacco products. Methods: The survey was conducted in the form of a poll that only UK FTVS students could participate in. The poll was anonymous and was published on a Facebook page attended by students of the aforementioned faculty. Results: The results were processed using graphs. A combined total of 213 students completed the questionnaire and of those 70% are non-smokers, 20.2% intermittent smokers and 9.9% smokers. The most commonly used tobacco product among UK FTVS students is a classic cigarette, followed by nicotine bags. Key words: harmful substances in cigarettes, tobacco history, nicotine
Theoretical knowledge of first aid of pupils with hearing impairment educated by different communicational approach
Přibylová, Eliška ; Prokešová, Eva (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: Theoretical knowledge of first aid of pupils with hearing impairment educated by different communicational approach. Objectives: The purpose of this diploma thesis is to compare the level of theoretical knowledge concerning the first aid at schools for pupils with hearing impairment depending on main communicational approach. The partial goal is to determine if there is a connection between subjective evaluation of first aid knowledge, the ability to provide the first aid and the theoretical knowledge itself. Methods: Questionnaire containing 14 questions was used to determine pupils' knowledge. It was distributed in three elementary schools for hearing impaired children. The aiming group were pupils from the 9th and 10th grade of elementary school. Altogether 18 respondents from 3 elementary schools (X, Y and Z) participated in the research. There were 5 pupils in each class at schools X and Y, and both schools used bilingual communication as the education method, the questionnaire was translated into sign language there. At school Z there were 8 pupils and they were educated by the oral method. Data were converted into electronic form and graphically processed in the program Numbers. Results: Pupils educated at school favoring an oral communication approach achieved 12% better results in...
Education of primary and secondary school teachers in first aid and their evaluation of this issue
Zíková, Kateřina ; Prokešová, Eva (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: Education of primary and secondary school teachers in first aid and their evaluation of this issue Objectives: The main object of this work was to find out how teachers on primary and secondary school evaluate content and form of first aid education. Partial goal was to find out how do they rate their owns skills in providing first aid and act corectly in situations, which endanger their student's health. Methods: This is qualitative research, which uses an empirical method of questionnaire survey. 34 primary and secondary school teachers in the Czech republic attended a test battery. A test battery of 24 questions was compiled to collect the answers and it's distribution was carried out via the survio.cz platform. Results: The study suggested, that primary and secondary schools's teachers rate first aid education as important, but they prefer to be educated in range of skills, which they can in their work need. Most of the teachers, who work in environment with an increased risk of injury, evaluates school¨'s attitude to this issue as inadequate and they would be grateful for better conditions for mastering first aid procedures. On the contrary, theoretical subjects teachers rate their skills in providing first aid as sufficient. Teachers, who do not encounter these situation very often,...
Signal alert dogs and their use in people with diabetes mellitus
Zemanova, Monika ; Heller, Jan (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
The theses is focused on diabetic alert dogs, which create impact on compensation of diabetes mellitus. Differences in topic's between Czech republic and USA is compared based on questionnaire. Part of diploma thesis is also short questionnaire dedicated for members of Czech republic parliament. The aim of thesis is to extend public knowledge about diabetic alert dogs in Czech republic. To compare knowledges about this topic between Czech republic and USA and to compare number of owners of diabetic alert dogs in Czech republic and USA. Analysis was done by using selected method of questionnaire targeting this topic. Questions were related to people suffering from diabetes mellitus in Czech republic and USA. Second anonymous questionnaire was prepare for members of Czech parliament and their knowledges about this topic. Structualized interwievs with people suffering from diabetes were conducted only for additional information. Key words signal alert dogs, diabetes mellitus, assistance dogs, assistive device
First aid in nursery school
Kašová, Michaela ; Malá, Michaela (advisor) ; Majorová, Simona (referee)
Title: First aid in preschool Objectives: The aim of this bachelor thesis was to find out the level of first aid knowledge of kindergarten teachers. Furthermore, it was compared how much their knowledge would improve if they passed the first aid course. Methods: The method used in the thesis was an anonymous inquiry. The survey was consisted of two parts, the survey section, which had 12 questions and the test part, which had 20 questions. The research sample was consisted of 23 respondents at an average age of 37 years. The survey was conducted in cooperation with kindergarten in Vodňany. The obtained data was displayed in graphs. Results: Based on the survey, it was found that teachers in preschool have experience with first aid in kindergarten. They encounter most often the minor abrasions, head injuries and abdominal pain. They made the least mistakes in answering questions about accidental and life-threatening conditions. After completing the course and first aid training, their mistakes in responses were reduced by an average of 2 errors per teacher. Keywords: preschool age, teacher, traumatic, accidental and life-threatening conditions, injury statistics

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