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Social Housing for People with Mental Disorder
ČERNÁ, Monika
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to describe social housing for people with mental disorders, especially in the city of Pilsen. In the practical part, the following research questions were answered: 1) What are the possibilities and specifics of social work with people with mental disorders? 2) What is the benefit of social housing from the point of view of clients with mental disorders? For the research, I chose a qualitative research strategy using the method of semi-structured interviews. The first part of the interviews took place with social workers of the City of Pilsen - Department of Affordable Housing and Social Inclusion, the second part of the interviews with tenants of social housing who have been diagnosed with a mental disorder. The research set was created by the method of intentional selection and subsequent data analysis was performed by the coding method. A total of fourteen semi-structured interviews were conducted, five with social workers and twelve with clients. The research part showed that all communication partners from the ranks of clients lived in precarious housing conditions before moving into a social apartment, all of them showed repeated moving, especially after substandard forms of housing. This situation often worsened their mental state, and most of them were regularly hospitalized in psychiatric hospitals. The most common reasons for the absence of long-term stable housing presented by communication partners were poor financial situation, mental health problems and poor social ties. After moving into a social apartment, all communication partners managed to keep housing with the support of a social worker free of rent, and almost all of them had a long-term health condition. They all live in a social apartment for more than one year. The bachelor's thesis can be beneficial for social workers who, in the exercise of their profession, meet people with mental disorders suffering from housing deprivation. It could also be an inspiration for municipalities considering the introduction of social housing.
Perioperative prognostic factors in breast cancer
Černá, Monika ; Třeška, Vladislav (advisor) ; Gaťek, Jiří (referee) ; Šiller, Jiří (referee) ; Jandík, Pavel (referee)
Introduction: Breast cancer still remains the most common malignancy in women and its incidence is slowly increasing. A marked reduction of mortality has been achieved in the last 10 years thanks to modern diagnostic methods, mammary screening, and comprehensive and targeted cancer therapy. Modern diagnostic capabilities not only allow early diagnosis of a primary tumor lesion and precise determination of its biological nature before commencing treatment, but they also enable early diagnosis of local and regional recidives, including diagnosis of metastases in distant organs. In addition to clinical examination, conventional and complementary imaging examinations and tumor markers our objective was to determine the importance and use of growth factors in relation to the overall prognosis. The growth factors physiologically act already during the ontogenetic period when they control cell growth, proliferation, differentiation and apoptotic processes. It is known that they take part in the tumor growth processes which are characterized by autonomous behavior, increased proliferative activity, distinct differentiation activity and reduced apoptosis. Growth factors work as autoregulation factors in the neoplastic process as well as through their paracrine effects mediated by more or less specific receptors....
Screening of musculoskeletal system and level of physical activity in children of younger school age
Černá, Monika ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Chrudimský, Jan (referee)
Title: Screening of musculoskeletal system and level of physical activity in children of younger school age Objectives: The aim of the study is to asseess physical activity of school age in primary school in Dolní Břežany and try to find the most common risk factors for motor development of children in school age. Another aim of the study is to find statistical context between flat foot and age, gender, hypermobility, shortened hamstring muscles, lumbar hyperlordosis, level of core muscles and overweight and between winged scapula and age, gender, hypermobility, shortened m. trapezius and mm. pectorales and level of core muscles. Methods: The research was carried out by using non-standardized questionnaire to assess physical activity. Level of motor development was evaluated by group of physiotherapists. The research population was chosen purposefully by contractual research which consisted of 298 children who study on primary school in Dolní Břežany. For statistical analysis of all measured was used Microsoft Excel software. These data were evaluated by Chi - squared test and logistic regression. Results: It was found that the largest number of children does sports 2-4 hours a week. The most common risk factor of motor development of children is winged scapula and shortened hamstring muscles....
The private supplementary tutoring phenomenon as a shadow education system in the Czech education
Terreros, Barbora ; Walterová, Eliška (advisor) ; Chvál, Martin (referee) ; Černá, Monika (referee)
The dissertation describes the state of private tutoring, its extent and intensity of use during the second stage of basic school, in particular in the last two years. The study is a part of more extensive research into the phenomenon of private tutoring in the Czech Republic, and its results supplement information on the use of private tutoring in primary schools. This dissertation provides an analysis of the use of private tutoring during the second stage of basic schools in the Central Bohemian and Ústí nad Labem regions. The aim is 1) to characterize a student's using private tutoring, in particular individual lessons or group courses (family background, school success, study ambitions, views on private tutoring, etc.), 2) to describe selected types of private tutoring (use rate, subjects, providers, etc.). This consists of quantitative research using a questionnaire survey of 9th grade students from randomly selected primary schools in the Central Bohemian and Ústí nad Labem regions (n = 1 016). The students are at the point between lower and upper secondary education, and they are focusing on the transfer to a upper secondary school, and many of them have to take an entrance exam. These two regions were selected because of their socio-economic differences. The results of the survey confirm...
Screening of musculoskeletal system and level of physical activity in children of younger school age
Černá, Monika ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Chrudimský, Jan (referee)
Title: Screening of musculoskeletal system and level of physical activity in children of younger school age Objectives: The aim of the study is to asseess physical activity of school age in primary school in Dolní Břežany and try to find the most common risk factors for motor development of children in school age. Another aim of the study is to find statistical context between flat foot and age, gender, hypermobility, shortened hamstring muscles, lumbar hyperlordosis, level of core muscles and overweight and between winged scapula and age, gender, hypermobility, shortened m. trapezius and mm. pectorales and level of core muscles. Methods: The research was carried out by using non-standardized questionnaire to assess physical activity. Level of motor development was evaluated by group of physiotherapists. The research population was chosen purposefully by contractual research which consisted of 298 children who study on primary school in Dolní Břežany. For statistical analysis of all measured was used Microsoft Excel software. These data were evaluated by Chi - squared test and logistic regression. Results: It was found that the largest number of children does sports 2-4 hours a week. The most common risk factor of motor development of children is winged scapula and shortened hamstring muscles....
Juvenile men serving imprisonment and support for self-esteem
Černá, Monika ; Baštecká, Bohumila (advisor) ; Martinek, Michael (referee) ; Keřkovský, Pavel (referee)
Presented thesis entitled Juvenile men in their sentence of imprisonment and their self-respect support tries to find out the possibilities of self-respect support by juvenile men in their sentence of imprisonment. The work is divided into three parts. The first part, including two chapters, deals with a theoretical scope of the theme on the basis of specialist literature. The first chapter determines a term of self-respect, compares its different definitions and presents self-respect in spiritual context. It concentrates on juvenile imprisoned men self-respect and secondary prevention programmes offered by prisons. The second chapter summarizes practical possibilities and sources of self- respect support. It explores the usage of elements of secondary prevention of delinquency and pastoral care. It summarizes possibilities of self-respect support of juvenile imprisoned men and difficulties in work with a target group. The second part presents a qualitative research made by the author in the period of two years, primarily in prisons. The research activities (group and individual interviews, documents' analysis) were aimed at discovering factors that endanger self-respect of sentenced persons, and also realistic ways of support. The research summs up the analysis output and shows its role in the...
The Cross-curricular topic Multicultural Education in English classes
Hessová, Lenka ; Betáková, Lucie (advisor) ; Hanušová, Světlana (referee) ; Černá, Monika (referee)
Abstract In our dissertation we address the needs rooting in the ongoing process of systematic efforts to improve the Czech educational system. Mainly, we focus on the question of how to implement the cross-curricular topic Multicultural Education into English language classes at lower and upper secondary schools. As Multicultural Education, along with the other cross-curricular topics, has become an obligatory and essential part of the reformed Czech curricula. The author of this dissertation is employed with the English Department at the Faculty of Education of The University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice. That is why we aim to introduce the theoretical background and history of the cross-curricular topic Multicultural Education in the Czech educational system. Then, based on that theoretical background, we shall design and run a course at the Pedagogical faculty for our students (teachers-to-be) that will provide them with sufficient amount of theory. Within the course the students will be given enough practical examples of the implementation of Multicultural Education into English classes when combining cultural and linguistic aims and at the end of the course we will allow the students to design and try such a class during their peer teaching. We will also publish the results of the course for...
The case report of physiotherapeutic treatment of the patient with cancer multiplicity and brain metastases
Černá, Monika ; Nováková, Tereza (advisor) ; Dušánek, Tomáš (referee)
Title: The case report of physiotherapeutic treatment of the patient with cancer multiplicity and brain metastases. Aims: Aims of this thesis are to acquire theoretic knowledge about cancer multiplicity with brain metastases and to make case study of patient treated with cancer multiplicity with brain metastases, left-sided hemiparesis and cerebellar damage. Summary: The thesis is composed of general part and special part. General part consisted of information about anatomical structures in central nervous system, characteristic of the diagnosis, how the disease developes, a symptomatology, examinations and a treatment of the disease. Special part includes the case study of the patient with cancer multiplicity and brain metastases, consequent stroke and cerebellar damage. The case study is composed of patient history, entrance/final kinesiological examination, short-term and long-term plan, the therapy and the evaluation of therapeutic effect. Keywords: cancer multiplicity, metastases, physiotherapy, case report, stroke, cerebellum

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