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Home and People with Mental Disorders
Švecová, Radka ; Rollová, Jarmila (advisor) ; Čierná, Jarmila (referee)
This diploma thesis is titled Home and people with mental disorders. The author aims at several objectives; to scrutinize the phenomenon of home from the point of view of some disciplines, to characterize housing in terms of social politics, to describe social housing support services for people with mental disorders, to find out how people who experienced a mental disorder and now live in a leased accommodation, with their family or in a sheltered housing perceive home, and to ascertain what is the minimal role of social support services in creating home for people with mental disorders. This thesis is divided into six chapters. In the theoretical part, in the first four chapters, the notion of home is described from the point of view of theology, philosophy, sociology and social work. The perception of home in people with mental disorders is the topic of the fifth chapter, which bridges the theoretical and the research part of the thesis. The sixth chapter presents the author's qualitative research analyses of interviews with people with social disorders. Three kinds of outcome data processing were applied. The qualitative work encompasses four unique patterns of perception of home. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
The profession in intensive care and its impact on the lifestyle of nurses
ŠVECOVÁ, Radka
The diploma thesis has been focused on the issue of nurses working within intensive care and on the impact of performing a job in this branch on their lifestyles. The jobs of nurses working within the intensive branches clearly belong among the demanding ones. A nurse often becomes a witness of dying patients while there is hardly any chance of curability and stabilization of their conditions. All of that and many other factors affect her personal and professional life, as well as her current lifestyle. To perform her job at as high level as possible, a nurse must be motivated and directed by management of the health centre, she must be educated enough in her branch and the job should be a hobby for her, where she must feel certain and safe and the job should satisfy her. This diploma thesis has defined three following intentions. The first one highlighted mapping of a lifestyle of nurses working within intensive care. The second one was determination of psychical load of nurses working within intensive care. The third one included comparison of lifestyle of nurses working within intensive care and lifestyle of nurses working at standard wards. There were 4 hypotheses defined for the investigation survey. The first one analyzed if a job within intensive care affects diet of the nurses. This hypothesis proved true. The second one, if nurses working within intensive care consume more alcoholic drinks than the sisters working at standard wards do. This hypothesis did not prove true. The third one examined whether nurses working within intensive care smoke tobacco products more than the sisters working at standard wards do. This hypothesis proved true. And the fourth and the last hypothesis analyzed if a job within intensive care is psychically demanding for the nurses. This hypothesis proved true.

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