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Transposition of Energy Communities into Czech Law
Pešková, Michaela ; Svobodová, Magdaléna (referee)
Transposition of Energy Communities into Czech Law - abstract The main topic of the presented diploma thesis is the legal concept of energy communities and its transposition into Czech law. The term "energy communities" means both citizen energy communities according to the Directive (EU) 2019/944 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 June 2019 on common rules for the internal market for electricity and amending Directive 2012/27/EU and renewable energy communities as defined by the Directive (EU) 2018/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2018 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources. None of the mentioned directives has yet been fully transposed in the Czech Republic, although the transposition deadlines in both cases have already passed. The first chapter of the diploma thesis discusses the transposition of EU directives in general and from a theoretical point of view, including transposition methods and a description of the process of transposition of directives at the national level. The second chapter deals with the EU legal provisions regulating the energy communities themselves. Common characteristics, as well as basic differences between both types of energy communities, are identified, including the consequences of these differences for...
Transposition of Energy Communities into Czech Law
Pešková, Michaela ; Říha, Michal (advisor) ; Šmejkal, Václav (referee)
Transposition of Energy Communities into Czech Law - abstract The main topic of the presented diploma thesis is the legal concept of energy communities and its transposition into Czech law. The term "energy communities" means both citizen energy communities according to the Directive (EU) 2019/944 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 5 June 2019 on common rules for the internal market for electricity and amending Directive 2012/27/EU and renewable energy communities as defined by the Directive (EU) 2018/2001 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 December 2018 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources. None of the mentioned directives has yet been fully transposed in the Czech Republic, although the transposition deadlines in both cases have already passed. The first chapter of the diploma thesis discusses the transposition of EU directives in general and from a theoretical point of view, including transposition methods and a description of the process of transposition of directives at the national level. The second chapter deals with the EU legal provisions regulating the energy communities themselves. Common characteristics, as well as basic differences between both types of energy communities, are identified, including the consequences of these differences for...
Nursing care of respiratory system of patient with a tracheostomy cannula at the Anesthesiology-Resuscitation Department
PEŠKOVÁ, Michaela
The thesis presents nursing care of respiratory system of a patient with a tracheostomy tube at the Anaesthesiology & Resuscitation Department. The thesis is divided into two parts, theory and practice. The theoretical part concerns anatomy and physiology of airway. Then it clarifies terms such as the Anaesthesiology & Resuscitation Department and tracheostomy. It briefly mentions the history of tracheostomy, its importance and types. It also describes nursing care of respiratory system. That part introduces the topic of aspiration, air moisturizing, airway lavage and also oral and nasal cavity care. The theoretical part also concerns the importance of communication with tracheostomy patients. Two objectives have been set for the empirical part. The first objective was to check the theoretical knowledge of tracheostomy patient care nurses at the Anaesthesiology & Resuscitation Department. The second objective was to check rule compliance during the tracheostomy patient care at the Anaesthesiology & Resuscitation Department. A qualitative research was conducted at the form of a structured interview where 22 questions prepared beforehand were asked. The research applied to a group of 10 nurses carrying out their duties at the Anaesthesiology & Resuscitation Department of České Budějovice Hospital. The results have shown that the theoretical knowledge of tracheostomy patient care nurses is quite good but in a few cases that knowledge could be deepened. Based on the results however we've come to the conclusion that patients are provided with a quality care. Although tracheostomy patient care nurses meet the required standard set by the department it would be beneficial to them as well as to the patient if they completed their knowledge at least in the form of self-study.
Evaluation of the ability to dynamically stabilize and postural strategy of Czech female handball players
Pešková, Michaela ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Opatrná Novotná, Irena (referee)
Title: Evaluation of the ability to dynamically stabilize and postural strategy of Czech female handball players Author: Bc. Michaela Pešková Aim: The main objective of the diploma thesis is to investigate the difference of dynamic postural stability and its strategy between female handball players in the Czech republic and the group of women, who don't practise any sport. For the objectivization is used a dynamic posturography Smart EquiTest by NeuroCom company. Methods: The participants of this quantitative cross-sectional study are 44 women, divided into the experimental (24 handball players) and the control group (20unsporting women) in the age from 18 to 28 years old. Measurements of dynamic postural stability were performed on Smart EquiTest by Neurocom in the Kinesiological Laboratory at the department of the physiotherapy on Faculty of Physical Education and Sport of Charles University. The whole test battery contains 7 testing protocols. The measured data from z Neurocom Balance Manager Software were exported to Microsoft Excel 2016, where were used other statistical methods like Shapiro - Wilk test, Student's T-test, Mann - Whitney test and Cohen's d effect size.. Results: A statistically significant difference in favor of non-handball players was found of Limits of Stability, Sensory...
Case Study of Physiotherapy Treatment of a Patient after the Osteosynthesis of Trimalleolar Fracture
Pešková, Michaela ; Pavlů, Dagmar (advisor) ; Trdličková, Markéta (referee)
Title: Case study of physiotherapy treatment of the patient after the osteosynthesis of trimalleolar fracture Author: Michaela Pešková Aim: Introduction to the problem of osteosynthesis of the ankle and its subsequent rehabilitation, understanding both the theoretical and practical aspects of diagnosis. Methods: The study was proceeded in connection with the continuous practical experience in Malvazinky rehabilitation in the period 8.1.-2.2.2018. The theoretical part was elaborated by the research literature, includes facts from the field of anatomy, kinesiology and biomechanics, describes the various operational approaches. The practical part was processed as a case report of patient after osteosynthesis of the ankle after an accidental trimalleolar fracture. It contains both a detailed description of the input and output kinesiological analysis and an overview of the individual therapeutic units and their effect. Results: From the comparison of the input and output kinesiological analysis, improvement of the patient's condition is evident, especially in terms of swelling, joint motion and muscle strength. It can be said that the therapy had a positive effect on the patient and improved her condition. Key words: ankle joint, osteosynthesis, trimalleolar fracture, rehabilitation, physiotherapy
The Strategy of Soft Power Use in Brazilian Foreign Policy
Pešková, Michaela ; Němec, Jan (advisor) ; Melounová, Irena (referee)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on a study of Brazilian soft power in the context of the country's foreign policy and an analysis of changes in its use. Since the soft power strategy was mainly developed during the administration of president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, this thesis concentrates on the years 2003-2014. This period includes both the era of Lula da Silva (2003-2010) and the first term of president Dilma Rousseff (2011-2014), as a form of comparison. The first section, which is based on the works of Joseph Nye, introduces the concept of soft power in international relations. The second section is dedicated to an analysis of soft power in both presidents' foreign policies. It focuses primarily on multilateral diplomacy, international peacekeeping operations and development cooperation. Additionally, it mentions the circumstances which influenced the decision-making of the two presidents. The third and final section assesses Brazilian soft power strategy in the given time period by evaluating all available data from polls, soft power indexes and own questionnaire. The overall purpose is to determine the extent to which the 2011 change in presidency impacted the amount emphasis placed on soft power in the country's foreign policy activities.
Valuation of the company Kaufland ČR v.o.s.
Pešková, Michaela ; Rýdlová, Barbora (advisor) ; Poborský, František (referee)
The aim of this thesis is to use gained knowledge for the valuation of the chosen company. The specific company is Kaufland ČR v.o.s. The result of the financial and strategic analysis is to determine the specifics of the retail market. The basic method for valuation is method DCF entity, the secondary are method of comparable companies and the accounting method.

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