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The assertion of graduates of the 3rd Medical School Charles University in General Nursing of class 2018 and 2019
Krátká, Zuzana ; Zvoníčková, Marie (advisor) ; Bakusová, Tereza (referee)
The thesis mainly investigates the research about the employment of graduates in the field of General Nurse study at the Third Faculty of Medicine at Charles University for the years 2018 and 2019. The theoretical part mainly focuses on the Act N. 96/2004 Coll., of Non-Medical Health Profession and regulations govern the agenda related to the field of nursing. It also describes the history of nursing and higher education in nursing, both in the Czech Republic and worldwide. Also, it deals with the creation of the field of General Nurse study at the Third Faculty of Medicine at Charles University. Last but not least, the thesis concentrates on the adaptation process and what is its goal. The author ascertains the current situation of the employment of graduates from the field of General Nurse study in the practical part via a questionnaire survey. The questionnaire survey explicitly aimed at the place of work and focus of the graduate's work, the length of the adaptation process, the supervisors, the salary and, last but not least, the overall satisfaction of the graduate with university training at the Third Faculty of Medicine at Charles University.
Pain during insertion of peripheral intravenous catheter
Havrdová, Marie ; Zvoníčková, Marie (advisor) ; Otcová, Václava (referee)
The focus of this bachelor thesis is the pain during the insertion of peripheral intravenous catheters. The theoretical part covers peripheral venous catheterization and the issue of pain. The empirical study contained in my thesis presents results of a survey. The survey was evaluated using a structured interview and observational methods. The goal of the study was to monitor the pain intensity during an insertion of peripheral intravenous catheters and to ask whether a local anesthetic should be used. A partial goal of the study was to detect other influential pain factors. T-test analysis was used to evaluate various hypotheses concerning the data. Based on the data gathered, we can say that 20% of patients experience pain when peripheral intravenous catheters are inserted. The data also shows that patients with a painful experience are interested in receiving a local anesthesia. The results of the study show that further research is needed to find common causes of pain during insertion of peripheral intravenous catheters and to design effective pain mitigation techniques.
A General Nurse and a Nursing Assistant Collaboration in a Neurosurgical Department
Klímová, Rebecca ; Zvoníčková, Marie (advisor) ; Vojáčková, Anna (referee)
This thesis deals with the problematic of cooperation between a nurse and a nursing assistant in a neurosurgical unit. The initial impulse for this research was the author's unique situation of studying to become a nurse on the 3rd faculty of medicine, as well as working as a nursing assistant at the observed unit. A qualitative methodology with an element of ethnography and autoetnography was chosen with regard to the situation. The theoretical part includes an analysis of teamwork and focuses especially on the cooperation among the nursing team. Furthermore, the role of a nurse and a nursing assistant is described in depth. Thus, the main output of the empirical part is the actual three day research at the unit. On the basis of this analysis, the author described the crucial areas of work where the cooperation between a nurse and a nursing assistant is the most necessary in order to provide care of utmost quality and safety.
Communication with a patient in critical care
Cejnarová, Anna ; Zvoníčková, Marie (advisor) ; Trnková, Ivana (referee)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on communication with a patient in the resuscitation department to determine whether the caring nurse and other medical staff (doctor, paramedic, etc.) communicate with the unconscious patient and identify the situations in which communication occurs most often. The theoretical part is divided into 3 chapters, the individual chapters explain what communication is, what are its functions, individual components, and forms. Furthermore, the theoretical part describes communication in nursing care and intensive care, their specifics, and other options. The practical research part was performed as a probe using an ethnographic approach. As part of that, with the help of participatory observation, I monitored communication between members of the medical team and the unconscious patient. At the same time, I detected whether there is also communication between the nurse and individual members of the medical team who come into contact with the unconscious patient. I conducted the research in a three- member team for five consecutive days. The days were divided into three sections - morning section 7:00 - 12:00, afternoon section 12:00 - 17:00, evening section 17:00 - 21:00. My time intervals during which I performed the probe were as follows: research - Monday 12:00 - 17:00,...

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