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Two-dimensional integer trigonometry
Růžičková, Anna ; Kala, Vítězslav (advisor) ; Man, Siu Hang (referee)
In this thesis, we will formally define objects in Euclidean geometry, lattices and affine lattices and use them to describe objects in integer trigonometry. We will prove that the described objects in integer trigonometry are invariant under the action of the group of integer affine transformations and pose some similarities with Euclidean geometry in R2 . We will prove geometric interpretations of definitions of said objects, their other properties and visualize them using concrete examples. 1
The role of the nurse in perioperative nursing care.
RŮŽIČKOVÁ, Anna
The bachelor thesis focuses on the importance of nurses in nursing care during the perioperative phase, which is one of the main parts of the surgical process. The aim of this thesis is to explore the roles of perioperative nurses and to clarify the motivation for their profession. The data was collected by questionnaire method, semi-structured interview technique. The research sample consisted of ten perioperative nurses working in central operating rooms. The results of the interviews showed that the instrumental nurses carefully prepare for each surgical procedure, ensure hand hygiene and disinfection, prepare the necessary instruments and assist in the preparation of the operating team. During the operation, they administer the instruments, assist the surgeon and check the progress of the procedure. After the operation, they check the instruments and clean up. The circulating nurses are involved in preparing instruments and supplies, checking the patient's condition, assisting with drape fitting and providing documentation. They work with the team during the procedure, completing paperwork and replenishing supplies. After the procedure, they check documentation, perform housekeeping, and ensure that instruments are dispatched for sterilization. The sterilization nurse position has been moved from the operating room to the central sterilization area, which is part of the central operating rooms and specializes in sterilizing and disinfecting surgical instruments and supplies. Nurses defined motivation in terms of positive factors (teamwork, safe surgery, high nursing proficiency, successful outcome, modern equipment, and the opportunity to help patients) and negative factors (sudden complications, stress, long standing procedures, excessive paperwork, negative physician reactions, and burnout syndrome). The survey also revealed that a love of the field, a passion for patient care, and the opportunity to help others are essential for doing this work. The results of the research point to the possibility of implementing a structured mentoring programme in perioperative care, through regular meetings and mutual sharing of experiences, to enable nurses to act as mentors to younger colleagues. The aim is to promote a supportive working environment and professional development. The work has the potential to motivate and inspire students in their choice of future careers and can contribute to the optimization and coordination of work in the operating room through practical recommendations and suggestions.
Firm Analysis by Different Methods
Růžičková, Anna ; Ing.Antonín Levíček (referee) ; Hanušová, Helena (advisor)
The Bachelor thesis is focused on evaluating the overall financial position of company operating in the construction industry. The aim of the thesis is to analyze this situation by specific methods and provide proposals for its improvement. The first section describes the various methods and theoretical basis for the elaboration of fundamental and financial analysis. In the second part, the different methods are applied and in the last section the key recommendations for improvement are presented.
Summary Research Report
Man, Matěj ; Kačmarová, Lucie ; Prošek, Jiří ; Vébrová, Dana ; Růžičková, Anna ; Müllerová, Jana
The summary report provides a detailed description of the project activities, the project methodology, the project results and a commentary/discussion of the individual results including a passage on the possibilities of sustainability of the project activities after the end of the project and suggestions for future application of the project results.
Christianity as a source of inspiration for spirituality development in kindergartens
RŮŽIČKOVÁ, Anna
The master thesis focuses on development of child spirituality of preschool children based on Christianity in present kindergarten. The aims of the thesis are i) to review the theoretical background for child spirituality development in pre-primary education, ii) to define basic starting points of spirituality, developmental psychology and children's faith development and iii) in relation to the thesis main topic to deal with current curriculum and design a suitable way for implementing Christian values to spiritual dimension of children's personality. The practical part thus comprises an educational project for secular preschools focused on selected biblical stories that can support personal development, child spirituality and understanding of fundamental values.
Polytechnic education in socialist Czechoslovakia
Růžičková, Anna ; Randák, Jan (advisor) ; Fapšo, Marek (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of polytechnic education in primary schools in Czechoslovakia, especially in its beginnings in the 1950s. At the beginning, attention is paid to the period of the First Republic, when the idea of greater involvement of mechanical work in schools and the linking of theory with practice begins to take shape. After 1945, attention turned to the Soviet Union, where issues related to polytechnic education were worked out, which were later to guide the Czechoslovak pedagogical community. In the context of the work, the general development of education, influenced by the issuance of education laws, is also observed. The very concept and content of polytechnic education is analysed based on the professional literature and pedagogical articles of the time. The thesis also includes a discussion of the extra- curricular and co-curricular activities in which pupils participated in the form of interest groups. It concludes with a minor comparison with the 1960s, when interest in polytechnic education was waning.
Microclimate as a driver of species distribution and community composition of bryophytes compared with lichens
Růžičková, Anna ; Man, Matěj (advisor) ; Starosta, Jakub (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the influence of microclimate on species distribution and composition of bryophyte and lichen communities. It defines the term microclimate, characterizes the specific properties of bryophytes responsible for their sensitivity to microclimatic conditions and includes a comparison of the role of individual microclimatic factors in controlling the distribution of bryophytes and lichens. The key microclimatic factors for bryophytes are humidity and air temperature, but the significance of each varies between functional groups of species and depending on the type of biome. With the available portable measuring devices with large battery capacity and memory storage, it is now possible to measure in-situ microclimate for the long-term and also with high spatial and temporal resolution. Despite that, there are currently only 12 bryological studies that provide continuously measured field microclimatic data on small spatial scales. The main part of the thesis summarizes these studies and compares the methodologies used. The paper can serve as a starting material for designing bryological microclimatic studies.
The study of bryophyte species richness and community composition on a very fine spatial scale connected to in situ measured microclimate
Růžičková, Anna ; Man, Matěj (advisor) ; Marková, Ivana (referee)
The life of bryophytes is closely connected with their surrounding environment. Changes in atmospheric conditions on the microscale directly affect the physiological functions of bryophytes, which in turn determine their distribution. The current development of technologies allows us to measure the microclimate affecting bryophytes directly in the field. Nevertheless, there have not been many studies published examining the response of bryophytes to in situ measured microclimate. This diploma thesis is one of the first in Europe to provide data from continuous field microclimatic measurement performed on a scale relevant to bryophytes. It deals with the influence of the microclimate on the bryophyte species richness and community composition within a single gorge in the Bohemian Switzerland National Park. For 17 months, 38 HOBO Pro v2 Onset dataloggers were recording air temperature and air humidity 10 cm above the ground. I performed detailed bryological survey on two differently sized plots (circle with a radius of 1 or 2 m) around each of the dataloggers. The microclimate is influenced by the topography and character of the vegetation, therefore I derived topographical data from a digital terrain model (resolution of 1 m), calculated the canopy openness using hemispherical photographs and...
Microclimate as a driver of species distribution and community composition of bryophytes compared with lichens
Růžičková, Anna ; Man, Matěj (advisor) ; Starosta, Jakub (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the influence of microclimate on species distribution and composition of bryophyte and lichen communities. It defines the term microclimate, characterizes the specific properties of bryophytes responsible for their sensitivity to microclimatic conditions and includes a comparison of the role of individual microclimatic factors in controlling the distribution of bryophytes and lichens. The key microclimatic factors for bryophytes are humidity and air temperature, but the significance of each varies between functional groups of species and depending on the type of biome. With the available portable measuring devices with large battery capacity and memory storage, it is now possible to measure in-situ microclimate for the long-term and also with high spatial and temporal resolution. Despite that, there are currently only 12 bryological studies that provide continuously measured field microclimatic data on small spatial scales. The main part of the thesis summarizes these studies and compares the methodologies used. The paper can serve as a starting material for designing bryological microclimatic studies.
Kindergarden and a child from a family of Jehovah´s Witnesses
RŮŽIČKOVÁ, Anna
This bachelor thesis studies Kindergarden and a child from a family of Jehovah´s Witnesses. The theoretical part characterizes the religion of Jehovah´s Witnesses and describes its history and important features. For comprehensibility, the major aspects are illustrated using selected rhymes from the Bible. The major aspects have been chosen to provide the best possible understanding of the religious belief to the kindergarten teachers, so that they can better co-operate with the children of these believers. Based on the Bible, the second chapter outlines the view of Jehovah´s Witnesses on the child upbringing and care. In addition, the chapter describes children oriented publication activities of Jehovah´s Witnesses. The empirical part of the thesis brings the in-depth interviews with preschool teachers and parents, the members of Jehovah´s Witnesses. By open coding method, the thesis points out the main topics including approaches of parents and teachers, attendence to Kindergarten, relevant literature and scarse experience of teachers with these specific children. Finally, the thesis outlines the methodological recommendations for teachers.

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