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Specifics of communication between nurse and patient after stroke.
A nurse in care of a patient who has suffered a stroke, takes an irreplaceable role. She provides him basic and specialized nursing care, in which is communication a necessity. If the patient suffers from speech disorder as a consequence of stroke, communication becomes difficult and very specific situation, that the nurse has to deal with as a professional. Nurses may not be able to get by with the usual verbal expression, so it is advisable to use alternative aids, that can make the communication and work much easier for nurses. The goal of this bachelor's thesis was to find out, if nurses use any aids to facilitate communication and which are they like, and to map nurse's awareness of the use of modern methods in the form of smart devices and applications, developed for these purposes. A quantitative research investigation was used to reach these goals. The polling method was used for data collection and the data collection technique was a semi-structured questionnaire, which was compiled from 21 questions. It contained 3 open questions open, 2 semi-closed and 16 closed. The research group consisted of 129 nurses working in various areas of health care. The results of the research survey showed, that less than half of the asked nurses use aids, when they communicate with the patient. The nurses who use the aids, most often listed picture cards, pictograms, communication boards and paper and pencil among the aids. The least cited aid was a touchpad and an aphatic dictionary. We found that nurses aged 31 and over have greater awareness of modern smart device apps, which can significantly facilitate the communication. The benefit of this thesis lies in raising nurses' awareness of specific ways of communication between nurse and patient after stroke, especially through alternative aids and smart devices.
Typology of the historical cultural landscape of the Czech Republic: methodology with a certificate from the Ministry of Culture
Ehrlich, Marek ; Kuča, Karel ; Kučová, Věra ; Pacáková, Božena ; Pavlátová, Marie ; Salašová, Alena ; Šantrůčková, Markéta ; Vorel, Ivan ; Weber, Martin ; Ehrlichová, Olga ; Fiřtová, Barbora ; Halamíčková, Alena ; Jonešová, Eva ; Králová, Vladimíra ; Kupka, Jiří ; Luhan, Čestmír ; Malina, Ondřej ; Matějka, Daniel ; Medková, Lucie ; Sedláček, Jozef ; Trpáková, Lenka ; Veith, Tomáš ; Veselovská, Věra ; Vondráčková, Simona ; Žallmannová, Eva
The new national typology of the historical cultural landscapes is created by 34 types of the historical cultural landscapes that exist in the Czech Republic. The typology is based on three categories of the cultural landscapes that were defined by the World Heritage Committee (UNESCO), i.e. designed, organically evolved and associative landscapes. The typology of the historical cultural landscapes could be used for identification, classification and evaluation of the historical cultural landscapes on the national level. The typology is applicable for the spatial identification of landscape with important cultural values that serve to the public interests in landscape protection. The typology could be also used for identification of the cultural landscapes in analysis for the spatial planning.
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Methodology of Landscape Conservation Zones' Impact Assessment
Sedláček, Josef ; Salašová, Alena ; Trpáková, Lenka
The methodology defines a procedure for the landscape conservation zones' impact assessment. The method is based on a precautionary principle and is designed so that would be possible to prevent heritage area from negative irreversible impact on the landscape cultural and historical values. The methodology is intended for the experts and competent staff of the National Heritage Institute responsible for landscape conservation zones planning and management.
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Methodology of Monitoring of the Landscape Conservation Zones
Salašová, Alena ; Sedláček, Jozef ; Trpáková, Lenka ; Martinková Kuchyňková, Hana
Cultural landscape presents with its diversity and uniqueness a significant part of the natural and cultural heritage of human society. They are the Landscape Conservation Zones (LCZ) are currently the only legal category, through which the state heritage preservation may enter the field of protection of unique historical cultural landscape. Basic problem of the current management of the Landscape Conservation Zones is an absence of systematically designed, structured and standardized system of area conservation, management and planning including aspects of identification and evidence of the landscape values and methods of landscape quality monitoring. The guidance presents main principles of the suitable monitoring indicators and way of the landscape heritage assessment in the Czech Republic. There is the special emphasis is put on indicators describing changes of the land use pattern, landscape visibility and effectiveness of the planning tools.
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The Methodology of Concept of Landscape Layout for Protection and Regeneration of Cultural, Historical and Natural Values
Kučera, Petr ; Flekalová, Markéta ; Trpáková, Lenka ; Sedláček, Jozef ; Matějka, Daniel ; Lacina, Darek
The methodology is focused on the formulation of requirements of Ministry of Culture, integral part while creating one of the three basic concepts of the current zoning plan: urban design, landscape layout and concept of technical infrastructure. The concept of landscape layout is based on solving conflicts and problems in the area, which arose due to discrepancies between primary, secondary and tertiary structure of the landscape. The methodology is aimed to find tools for the restoration of cultural, historical and natural landscape values.
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