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Lifestyle of persons with disability of motor funtions - personal statements.
Any disability can bring disadvantages in many aspects of human lives. This often affects physical, mental and social areas of life. It depends on many circumstances and factors to what extent and at what intensity disability influences the way of life. The research part of my diploma thesis confirms this fact. Not only the type of disability and its prognosis, the personality and his/her ability to handle difficult situations in life, but also the quality of social relationships and the strength of the social safety net are important factors. Irreplaceable role in caring for people with a disability has comprehensive rehabilitation, which helps not only to improve the health condition, to restore job skills and self-sufficiency, but mainly supports a successful return to the home environment as well as to the regular everyday life.The aim of my thesis was to learn about individual life stories of people struggling with a disability of physical functions, whether due to an illness, injury or another disability, resulting in movement disorders, and to find out how the disability affects their lives. I tried to analyze specific aspects of life and social consequences of disability (coping with disabilities,value orientation, interpersonal relationships, future plans, self-realization). The base of my work is the holistic, i.e. bio-psycho-socio-spiritual approach, I respect the individuality of each individual, his/her attitude to life with a handicap (disability).
Prevalence of smoking in general practitioners and teachers at primary schools in České Budějovice.
The objective of my thesis was to determine the prevalence of smoking in a selected group of general practitioners and primary school teachers in České Budějovice. I also wanted to emphasize the important role of physicians and teachers in smoking prevention. Therefore I focused on finding out what preventive activities are used in their professions to reduce smoking. To achieve the goal the interview technique for quantitative research was used. The results of the research show that prevalence of smoking among doctors and teachers is lower than in general population. It is 16 % among general practitioners and 14 % among teachers. In general population the prevalence reaches 30 %. But smoking prevalence among general practitioners for children and adolescents is the same as smoking prevalence in general population. The results of the research indicate the fact that teachers set a better example for their social surroundings than physicians. Physicians, on the contrary, use more preventive activities, provide information about possibilities of quitting smoking support and cooperate with institutions dealing with prevention and quitting smoking. The views of teachers (doctors) smokers and non-smokers on prevention administration are different. Lifelong non-smokers are most concerned in smoking reduction, former smokers take a lesser share and current smokers bring the least contribution to smoking reduction.

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