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Medical and sanitary staff reaction on physical attack in a health-care institution
KÁCHA, Vojtěch
This bachelor thesis deals with the matter of physical attack on medical personnel in health-care institution, especially on the emergency unit. Medical staff can get into confrontation with pacient, who can be influenced by drugs, alcohol, serious mental illness, or by difficult life situation, which evoke conflict behavior. This confrontation then can be dangerous for safety of health workers, but also their patients. Theoretical part will be based on characteristics of violence, agression and theoretical methodology during encounter with agressive pacient. Study define violence and it´s categories. It also shows resolving methods already escalated confrontation. In practical part study searches and compares aggression resolution between two regional and two district hospitals. It mainly identifies, which techniques health-care institution workers use in order to prevent physical attack from patient, then how health-care workers react to it and also how often do they encounter verbal and physical aggression during their shift. For this research the qualitative technique, along side with inquiring method and in-depth conversation will be used, whereas the research sample is going to be medical staff on the emergency department i.e. nurses and paramedics. Result of the study shows, that health-care workers are in contact with verbal aggression almost every workshift, with physical then only occasionally, eventhough the number of cases have grown. Result of thesis tells, that there is bigger number of cases in district hospitals, than,logically, in regional hospitals, especially because of higher number of patients in district hospitals. But in percentage sign it could be told, that the number is same, no matter the location. The more the health-care personnel are in contact with aggressive behavior, the more they had to adapt to it. And so if they notice, that the situation cannot be deescalated, they will rather call for security service of the hospital, or for the police, so they would not have to risk their own, or the patients' health. But primarily they are trying to handle the situation with principles of correct communication. Unsettling discovery is, that patients' conflict behavior is for hospital personnel on daily basis and it is no longer suprising for them. Prevalence It seems, that for society agrressive behavior became standart way of how to achieve it's goals. There should be enough attention for society to realise, that aggressive Aggression prevalence in hospital instituon points to more komplex society problem, where aggressive behavior is more and more seen as legitimate way, of achieving goals. Study is warning before aggressive prevalence in healt-care institutions. Solution of this problem stands on cooperation of several pillars. Hospital headquarters should provide enough safety for their workers and patients from aggressors and also organise educational programs about correct approach towards aggressive people a eventually elementary courses of self-defence, if needed. These results should also alarm media companies, which should aim for primary prevention a should actively draw attention and convey people about that there is no place for aggression in health-care instition without legitimate reason, because resolution of conflicts is exactly what holds off personnel from providing quality and effective health-care.
Violence and Aggression in Hospitals in the South Bohemian Region
KUBEŠOVÁ, Hana
The main goal of the rigorous thesis was to map the issue of violence and aggression in hospitals in the South Bohemian region.
Specifika práce s agresí klientek umístěných ve výchovném ústavu
JINDROVÁ, Nikola
The diploma thesis deals with the specifics of working with the aggression of clients placed in an educational institution. The goal of the work was to find out what specific manifestations of aggression can meet the employees of the educational institution. Another goal of this diploma thesis was to define how employees works with the manifestations of aggression. I have mainly focused on the used methods and techniques in working with the aggressor which are, used in institution working with clients aged from 15 to 18 years, in exceptional cases to 19 years. The theoretical part tries to combine the individual chapters and introduce the reader to the knowledge that aggressive behavior are already common throughout our society. The practical part of the diploma thesis is focused on answering the main and partial questions. The qualitative research strategy was chosen for the research, which was implemented by the method of questioning with the technique of semi-standardized interview. The collected data were analyzed using open coding. The research group consisted of 7 communication partners in a selected educational institution The solution of this thesis provide a preview of the social work methods and techniques used in practice, if these methods and techniques are effective or not, and then provides the preview of most common possible manifestations of aggressive behavior. I believe that this diploma thesis was not only a benefit for the selected facility, but also for myself. I was able to look into this issue and get valuable experience for my future profession.
Experience of nurses with aggressive behaviour of clients in care homes
BALOUNOVÁ, Lucie
This thesis aims to investigate experiences with aggressive behaviour among nurses in care homes. Bearing this aim in mind, we have formulated three research questions: "What kind of aggressive behaviour do the nurses experience from their clients?", "What strategies do the nurses use to prevent the aggressive behaviour of their clients?", and "What strategies do the nurses use to deal with the aggressive behaviour of the clients?" The empirical part of the thesis is based on a qualitative research, for which we used semi-structured interviews. As a basis for these interviews, we have used 30 questions in total. From these questions, the first three were used to determine the identification data of the respondents. If needed, the respondents were also asked other, supplementary questions. The questions are contained in the thesis as Appendix 1. The questions were designed to investigate the experiences of nurses with aggression from their clients. The main focus of the questions was to investigate the treatment of aggressive clients, prevention and causes of aggression, consequences of aggression for the psychic wellbeing of the nurses, and the awareness of the nurses about the given topic. The research group consisted of 7 nurses, which were employed by different care homes. The interviews were analysed by the open coding method, namely by text colouring. For better clarity, the results of the analysis are divided into individual categories and subcategories. These categories describe the individual experiences and attitudes of the nurses. The results provide a complex view of taking care of aggressive clients in care homes. Our research shows that each of the nurses has encountered aggression from their clients, which has been mostly verbal. The nurses also claim that they deal with the aggression mostly individually, based on their previous experiences with the client and they also employ several prevention techniques.
The motif of pig-slaughtering in visual arts and its possible potential for the use in art therapy
CARASOVÁ, Adéla
The work deals with the tradition of the pig-slaughtering and its reflection in the visual arts, from the genre art of the 16th century to the present. This tradition contains both the religion meaning and symbolism of the bloody sacrifice, as well as the secular mening of the whole event and the customs associated with it: the consolidation of the community of a certain group of people, the nutritional and ecological value. There is also an allegory of human characteristics and tendencies in artistic reflection. It is not only through artistic creation that we can observe that the tradition of the pig-slaughtering is slowly disappearing, although the symbolism of raw meat remains in mind. Finally, the work reflects on the topic of the pig-slaughtering in the environment of Rožnov art therapy and monitors its terapeutic potential. Blood plays a role in the therapeutic use of the theme of the pig-slaughtering and its importance as a symbol of life energy. In the painting, blood is a metafor for unconscious affective forces that co-create dynamic processes in the human psyche. Thus, the topic of thepig-slaughtering in art therapy is used to work within trapsychic conflicts. I prove the variability of this work by interpreting the images of students in the field of art therapy created within a self-experienced class.
Bullyng at private school And Its conseguences
KOMÁREK, Jan
The bachelor thesis brings empirical knowledge in the field of bullying in the school environment. It is divided into theoretical, analytical and design part. The theoretical part defines the basic concepts such as bullying, bullying, aggression and explains the forms and origin of bullying. It further specifies ways to detect bullying and explains possible personality characteristics of bullying participants. It also describes bullying from the perspective of the current legislative system.
Child aggressive behavior in the kindergarten and usually used solutions
MARKOVÁ, Veronika
The bachelor's thesis is describing the issue of the aggressive behaviour of children and how this is dealt with by teachers in kindergarten. In the theoretical part I describe the basic terminology related to aggression as well as dealing with the theories behind aggression and the aspects of aggressive behaviour. I describe the division of aggression, the development of the child, the development of their aggression by means of resolution of aggressive behaviour and communication with family. In the practical part I present the results of my observations which I made in a kindergarten. I observed the ways in which children are behaving aggressively and the ways in which teachers are dealing with this aggression. I also present my point of view and possible ways of dealing with the children's aggression in practice. In the summary I offer a discussion which deals with bridging the theoretical and practical aspects, I examine the opinions of the authors and add my opinion on the issue. The aim of my thesis work is to map the issue in practice and provide inspiration for dealing with aggressive behaviour of a child.
Manifestations of aggression in children attending the first stage of elementary school
SCHUSSEROVÁ, Lucie
The topic of the bachelor thesis is: Manifestations and causes in children attending primary school. The aim of this thesis is to introduce the issue of aggression, the causes and manifestations supporting aggressive behavior. The theoretical part focuses on the notion of aggression and aggression, quotes the theory of aggression, deals with the causes and manifestations of aggression. It also describes the characteristics of children living in the early school age. The practical part uses quantitative research and a questionnaire survey to examine how and research into how pupils perceive and work with aggression in the classroom. Hypothetical statements are verified and evaluated. The final part ends with a discussion and a summary.
The League of Nations and collective security: Reactions to Munich and the Winter War
Linhart, Kryštof ; Švec, Luboš (advisor) ; Kolenovská, Daniela (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the reaction of the League of Nations to the key events of Czechoslovak and Finnish history, Munich and the Winter War. The thesis examines the events from the perspective of the League of Nations in order to determine what factors influenced the League response, taking into account the form of the Pact itself and the wording of the individual articles dealing with collective security. The thesis offers insights into the formation of the League of Nations itself, the resulting form of the Pact, and the most important interwar initiatives for the peaceful settlement of disputes. The main focus of the thesis is to examine the response of the League of Nations to Munich and the Winter War, with each of the chapters devoted to a given issue presenting the situation in which the League of Nations found itself in a given year (spring-summer 1938, autumn 1939), as well as focusing on the factors that influenced the operation of this peace-keeping international organization and affected its response to the events under examination. These include the failure to resolve previous crises of the 1930s (Abyssinia), the submission or non-submission of disputes for negotiation, and the influence of the Great Powers, particularly Great Britain and France. The subsequent comparison of...

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