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Design and verification of an intervention exercise program aimed at improving the fitness of recreational athletes
KŘÍŽ, Pavel
The aim of this work is to compile an intervention program aimed at improving fitness. The goal was achieved. According to the proposal, the intervention exercise program can be practiced by everyone and anywhere, even if the gyms are closed, for example for pandemic reasons. Eleven people took part in the exercise exercise program, and the control group also included eleven people. The EUROFIT test battery, consisting of nine tests, was chosen within the methodology. From the results, it should be emphasized that the experimental group improved on average by 0,1 try for endurance training standing on one leg, 1.89 seconds for tapping, also improved in the overhang in the forward bend by 3.23 centimeters, 13, 96 in the jump from the place, 3.17 repetitions in the sit-ups exercise, 4.79 seconds in the endurance in the squat, the only deterioration of the experimental group occurred in the shuttle run by 0.2 seconds, in the last dynamometry measurement test there was an improvement of 7.14 Newtons. In the control group, there was a slight deterioration in the first test by 0.1 attempts, we could also observe a deterioration in the tapping test by 1.33 seconds, a slight improvement of 0.98 centimeters occurred in the forward bend, the group only further deteriorated in all tests. Specifically, by 0.54 centimeters in the jump, by 0.84 repetitions in the sit-up, 2.56 seconds in the endurance of the push-up, 0.29 in the shuttle run and by 2.23 Newtons in the dynamometry. All research assumptions have been met.
Study of the preparedness of the Volunteer Fire Brigade of the Municipalities (VFBM) in the Liberec Region to fulfill the tasks of protecting the population.
This thesis is focused on mapping and conducting training of members of units destined to fulfill the tasks of population protection. The research questions sought two answers: in the Liberec Region, fire protection units are predestined to solve the tasks of population protection, and if they are members of these units have the professional competence to perform these activities. The thesis is divided into a theoretical part and a practical part. The theoretical part is describe the protection of the population and its development in the Czech Republic. It is described below the organization of fire protection in the Czech Republic, their tasks with emphasis on the predestination of fire protection units, the implementation of basic training and gaining professional competence of members of the units of voluntary fire brigades of municipalities according to currently valid legal regulations. The thesis aims to answer questions relating to the level of the the implementation basic and cyclical training is provided and in accordance with the research question asses the level the professional competence of the members of the fire protection units for protection of population and design proficiency enhacement procedures
Comparison of knowledges of members of volunteer fire brigades in the Vimperk municipality at theories and methods during emergencies
This thesis deals with the comparison of the knowledge of members of the units of volunteer fire brigades in the Vimperk municipality with extended jurisdiction, in the field of theory and procedures in emergencies. The aim of the thesis is to evaluate the state of knowledge of volunteer fire brigade unit members in Vimperk in the field of theory and procedures in emergencies, and then to compare the knowledge between members who hold different positions. In order to achieve these objectives, hypotheses needed to be established. H1: The knowledge of volunteer fire brigade unit members in the Vimperk municipality in the field of theory and procedures in emergencies reaches at least 80%. And H2: The function in volunteer fire brigade units in the Vimperk municipality has an impact on knowledge in the field of theory and procedures in emergencies. In order to achieve the set objectives and verify the hypotheses, a questionnaire survey was conducted and the results were subsequently evaluated using statistical methods. The questionnaire contained 27 questions, two of which were informative. The research sample consisted of 158 volunteer fire brigade unit members operating in Vimperk municipality with extended jurisdiction. The results of the questionnaire survey show that the knowledge of the members reaches to the specified level of 80%. It was also found that the position that members hold in the unit has an impact on their knowledge. Both hypotheses were accepted according to the results obtained. The contribution of the thesis is mainly the obtained overview of the knowledge of volunteer fire brigade members in Vimperk municipality. The obtained results can be used for the needs of the South Bohemian Fire Brigade.
Regeneration as a part of football training
The aim of this bachelor thesis is to map the possibilities of available resources for regeneration in A team and B team football players of the football club SK Dynamo České Budějovice. The second goal is to compile a comprehensive overview of all methods and means of regeneration that could be used by football players. Furthermore, the work examines using a questionnaire survey, how and to what extent regeneration is used in the football club SK Dynamo České Budějovice. The method of non-standardized questionnaire survey, which I created myself and called Regeneration as a part of football training, was used.Regeneration is an important factor in quality performance and is becoming increasingly important, so the same as the quality training is important, quality regeneration is important too. The result of the bachelor's thesis provides an overview of the means used to regenerate the players of team A and team B of the South Bohemian football club SK Dynamo České Budějovice and can show the greater importance of this branch in sports in general.
Care of patient with serious trauma in pre- hospital emergency care.
At the beginning this work is focused on the classification of injuries, scoring systems that are used in traumatology and ATLS (advanced trauma life support), which is a standardized procedure in the care of patients with trauma. Furthermore, the work deals with acute traumatic states and there are also briefly described the center for traumar and pre-hospital emergency care. The last thing that is mentioned in the theoretical part of the work is the procedure of the Emergency Medical Service at the scene of the accident. The research part contains the oucomes of interviews from ten randomly selected paramedics of the Medical Rescue Service from the South Bohemian Region and the Vysočina Region. A qualitative research strategy, a questioning method and a semi-structured interview technique were used. The interviews were held in March and April in 2021. In this part of the bachelor's thesis, three goals were set. The first goal was to find out whether there are prescribed procedures in the care of serious trauma in pre-hospital emergency care and whether the paramedics of the South Bohemian Region and the Vysočina Region know them and proceed according to them. The second goal was to map whether the procedures for caring for a patient with severe trauma are different in the regions. The last goal was to find out whether training for paramedics is taking place on the care of patients with severe trauma in pre-hospital emergency care. The results of the research show that all respondents know the prescribed procedures and, if the situation allows, they follow them. It was difficult to find out whether the procedures differed in the regions due to insufficient information. From the answers of the respondents, it can be said that the procedures in the care of severe trauma do not differ or differ only minimally. Research has also shown that everyone is trained in the care of severe trauma. This bachelor thesis could be used to provide information to proof satisfaction with the training. Furthermore, the work points to the fact that the way of transferring information and knowledge between lecturers and rescuers is effective.
Nutrition and its effect on the performance of extreme obstacle course racers
The bachelor thesis named Nutrition and its effect on the performance of extreme obstacle course racers aims to find out what effect nutrition has on the performance of extreme obstacle course racers and compares the change of the performance in the group of respondents with a fixed eating plan and in the group of respondents with no special eating plan. The theoretical part deals with the nutrition in sport and extreme obstacle races. For the research a quantitative method was used. The research file was made of two groups with two people in each group. The age of respondents was between 20 and 42 years. Each group consisted of one man and one woman. All four respondents were active athletes. One group had no special eating plan and respondents wrote down everything what they ate during the whole month and the other group had a fixed eating plan made in Nutriservis Professional program which respondents strictly followed. The whole research lasted one month and all respondents were tested on InBody device at the beginning and at the end of the research. They also took part in physical tests. During the research respondents had common trainings twice a week and then they had the same individual trainings to minimize differences in the preparation. The aim of this bachelor thesis is to point out the importance of nutrition in the preparation for extreme obstacle races. Results of the research definitely show that respondents with the fixed eating plan had really better results in the end of the research. In the future this thesis could be useful in the preparation of racers for extreme obstacle races. This assignment is based on professional literature available on this topic.
Professional competence of members of units of voluntary fire brigades of municipalities in the district of České Budějovice
MRÁZ, Ondřej
This diploma thesis provides an overview of the issue of voluntary fire brigade units in municipalities. Its main focus is on the training of members of the units and the professional competence of commanders and engineers of the voluntary fire brigade units of municipalities. The first part of this thesis brings the basic legislative overview. The structure of the units is described in relation to the area coverage by fire brigade units and the concept of operability is mentioned in the following parts. The voluntary fire brigade unit is also described. By the conclusion of the theoretical part is devoted to professional training and professional competence. The practical part is focused on the level of knowledge of all members of the voluntary fire brigade units. The diploma thesis also points to professional training and professional competence in terms of scope, and whether this expertise is realized in the units at all. The evaluation takes place in the form of a questionnaire survey and test questions at voluntery fire brigade units from the district of České Budějovice. These are respondents from among the commanders of the JPO III and V categories, engineers of the JPO III category and firefighters of the JPO III and V categories, in the total number of 150 respondents. Based on the correct answers from the questionnaire, the average level of knowledge for individual functions and also the level of knowledge of all respondents is determined. As a results of this survey and also from the results of the SWOT analysis, a solution is proposed leading to an increase in the quality of professional knowledge. By comparing the evaluated open questions from the second part of the questionnaire and the SWOT analysis, the scope of the performed training and competence in the units is determined. The fact of training and professional competence in accordance with legal regulations is also determine. The outcome of this survey should be used as a tool to set changes that should lead to more efficient training and professional competence.
Protecting hospitals from terrorism
Abstract The diploma thesis deals with the analysis of the security of selected medical facilities (hospitals), their experience with terrorist and cyber-terrorist attacks and the analysis of differences in the threat and security of medical facilities in the Czech Republic and selected countries. To fulfil the first goal of the work and to answer research questions, a quantitative research was conducted using a questionnaire survey, and to fulfil the second goal, a qualitative research in the form of semi-structured interviews with employees of medical facilities who have experience from foreign internships/missions in health care in selected countries was conducted. The data obtained from the research and the survey were evaluated using graphs and graphical representations. Based on the evaluation of the obtained data, it can be stated that in most medical facilities (hospitals) the entrance is not secured, there are no security check door frames and the entrance for employees is not separated or secured. Most hospitals do not provide training, employees are not familiar with counter-terrorism measures, but most respondents would welcome terrorism response training. From the semi-structured interviews, it was found that the level of security is individual for each state, depending on the current situation. In most countries, employees are not trained to respond to terrorism. The threat to the medical facility in other countries was in most cases more severe than in the Czech Republic. Most respondents perceive differences in hospital security and think that some security features used elsewhere are applicable in the Czech Republic. These aspects are further discussed and compared with foreign research. Furthermore, other research possibilities, weaknesses in hospital protection and recommendations for practise are also outlined. The conclusions resulting from the diploma thesis can be used to improve the means of protecting hospitals from terrorism.
The analysis of the emergence and development of sledge hockey in Czech Republic
This diploma thesis covers origins of the sledge hockey in the Czech Republic. The research methods applied in this thesis are content analysis, controlled interview and case study. The main goal is to analyze the foundation and progress of sledge hockey in the Czech Republic. A partial goal is the elaboration of a case study of a selected sledge hockey club SHK Mustangs Pardubice. The analytical part deals with description of health and physical disabilities of players, impact and importance of physical activities for disabled sportsmen, origins and development of sledge hockey, game rules and also problematics of sledge hockey in general. For the purpose of synthetic part, we conducted the case study consisting of controlled interview with the sledge player of SHK Mustangs Pardubice. The analysis shows that the main two issues of the sledge hockey in the Czech Republic are shortage of new players and inadequate training facilities.
Training of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in hospital - preparation of the simulation scenarios
Presented thesis deals with the topic of training of cardiopulmonary resuscitation at hospital and preparation of the simulation scenarios. It contains theoretical and empirical part. The objective of the thesis was to find out about the process of the training for nurses at hospital. To analyze their readiness for providing cardiopulmonary resuscitation based on training they absolve. And then to map missing elements within cardiopulmonary resuscitation training. Three research questions were focused on these objectives. In which way current training of cardiopulmonary resuscitation at hospital takes place? To what extent are nurses ready to provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation to a patient at their workplace? Which shortcoming contain trainings of cardiopulmonary resuscitation at hospital to this point? For gathering the necessary information, qualitative research was chosen. The technique of semi-structured interviews and observation was chosen. The research sample was made up of 11 probands, meaning nurses working at chirurgical and intern standard department and chirurgical and internal intensive care unit at the same hospital. The condition of the same workplace was chosen so all nurses will have absolved the same trainings. The results of the research shown that training does not involve simulation training, but nurses would welcome this option. Training takes place at prepared mannequins, not within a simulation scenario and authentic situation at a department. Also, mostly on the basis of absolved trainings they feel prepared to provide CPR at their department but mostly because they know that they are not alone at the department. Among the most common shortcomings of the training they rank aids to CPR - real mannequins, real situation but also training room. The thesis will be beneficial to development of CPR training for nurses but also for students getting ready for the profession of general nurse. And that mostly because of simulation scenarios creation which are output of the thesis and is based on research in which we tried to find out opinions and needs of nurses connected with training.

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