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Tools for identity management in information systems
Fúdor, František ; Hynek, Jiří (referee) ; Burget, Radek (advisor)
Integration between midPoint and KeyCloak using OpenID Connect. Providing single sign-on, single logout and session control. Implementation of two Spring Boot applications using the OIDC client. The first application demonstrates ID token consumption and calling the userinfo endpoint and demonstrates single sign-on and sign logout functionality. The second application demonstrates an authorized call to the midPoint API endpoint which initiates a leave request that creates an approval process on a given user’s manager towards the midPoint. This environment provides central identity management.
Specifics of clients on social beds in medical facilities
The bachelor's thesis focuses on the specifics of clients on social beds in medical facilities. The aim of the work is to find out the specifics of clients on social beds in medical facilities. The work consists of a theoretical and a practical part. The theoretical part is devoted to the definition of health and social care, the characteristics of the medical social worker and his position in the interprofessional team, and finally, it specifies social beds in medical facilities. The practical part is devoted to the research of the specifics of clients on social beds in medical facilities. In order to achieve a comprehensive view, two research groups were chosen: in the first case, it was the clients of social beds, and in the second case, it was the social workers of these departments. The research design was conceived using a qualitative research strategy, the semi-structured interview technique was chosen for data collection. Data analysis was performed using open coding and categorizations were subsequently created. The results were processed into diagrams with a more detailed description. Research has shown that the main specificity of clients of social beds is that they are most often former patients of medical beds. Due to their health condition, they have reduced self-sufficiency and depend on the care of another person, making returning to their natural environment difficult, and often even impossible. Nevertheless, most clients wish to return to their home environment, but at the same time they have submitted applications for social residential services. The clients of social beds use activation as a means to meet other clients and to relax. Positive relationships between clients and family members prevail.
Social work with citizens from Ukraine who have temporary protection status in the Czech Republic
The bachelor thesis deals with the issue of social work with Ukrainian citizens who came to the Czech Republic after the outbreak of the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February 2022. The thesis contains a theoretical and practical part. The first chapter of the theoretical part is devoted to the relations between Russia and Ukraine - it describes the situation after the independence of Ukraine and before the outbreak of the war in 2022. In the following chapters, the status of temporary protection, the characteristics of its users and the description of social work with refugees as a target group are presented. In this section, the needs of the target group, the principles of social work with refugee clients, the objectives of cooperation are introduced, and then the role of the social worker is defined, which should also be introduced to new clients with whom the worker establishes a relationship. The theoretical part is concluded with a chapter dealing directly with the social services that the target group can use with their status. The practical part of the thesis is devoted to research conducted with twelve Ukrainian refugees, which was carried out in cooperation with several institutions and services in České Budějovice. At the very beginning of the research, the issue of anonymity of the respondents proved to be crucial. Respondents often expressed concern that the answers would not be passed on to social service providers, for example, or could not be linked to the information they gave me - especially those expressing dissatisfaction or suggestions for improvement. Due to the specific nature of the research population, the specific names of organisations and service providers are not given in the thesis and a planned interview process was used with each respondent, particularly in terms of how responses were recorded. In particular, the research focused on whether and, if necessary, what social services this group of clients uses, whether they have sufficient awareness of their options in this area, what changes they would appreciate and what obstacles they most often encounter when cooperating with social services and during their everyday life.
Dignity and ethics in the designated aspects of nursing applied in care homes for the elderly
This thesis deals with the dignity and ethical aspects in the areas of communication with the elderly; dignified approach towards the clients during the hygienic care; and dignified approach towards the clients when serving meals and drinks in a specific care home with nursing. There were three objectives chosen for the purpose of the qualitative research of this thesis. The first objective focuses on monitoring how the dignity is maintained in communication with the elderly; the second objective focuses on monitoring how the dignity is maintained when providing hygienic care for the elderly; and the final objective focuses on monitoring how the dignity is maintained when providing the nutrition and drink scheme care for the elderly. There were three research questions established to meet the objectives of the qualitative research of this thesis. The first research question: "What elements of dignified communication are used by nurses during communication with the elderly?" The second research question: "What elements of dignified care are used by nurses when providing hygienic care?" The final third question: "What elements of dignified care are used by nurses when providing nutrition care for the elderly?" The thesis consists of two parts: theoretical and practical. The theoretical part defines the basis of dignity and ethics; as well as three other areas, such as the communication with the elderly, hygienic care and appropriate application of nourishment and drinking scheme. Data callected for the empirical part are based on the qualitative research using techniques of covert and overt observation followed by semi-structured interviews. Research respondent group consisted of five nurses previously chosen by the director of the care home with nursing. The research showed that the approach of nurses towards the clients was not always with dignity. The aim of the covert and overt observation was to understand whether the nurses were aware of their behaviour. The outcome of the empirical part show that nurses who did not treat the clients with dignity and ethically, were aware of their behaviour. The output of the diploma thesis is a forthcoming article describing particular issues and findings of the research in this thesis.
Changes in the knightly clientele of the counts of Slavata in the first half of the 17th century
BABKA, Daniel
The master's thesis is focused on the change of the knightly clientele in the middle of 17th century. The main example is based on knights in the area of Jindřichův Hradec, which was situated in the south-east of the Kingdom of Bohemia and in the south-west of the Moravian Margraviate. The first chapters deal with the change of client relations and their everyday lifestyle. It discusses the personality of the patrons and the change of the dominion of Jindřichův Hradec. Until 1604, the patrons were lords of Hradec and then the Slavata of Chlum and Košumberk. The main part of the thesis, based on scientific literature, published and unpublished sources tries to imitate the lives and property conditions of the knightly clients, namely, Babkové of Meziříčko, Čabeličtí of Soutice, Hodějovští of Hodějov, Lipovští of Lipovice, Malovcové of Malovic, Růtové of Dírná, Vencelíkové of Vrchoviště, Vratislavové of Mitrovice, Zahrádečtí of Zahrádky. The work also attempts to capture the Slavatov clientele as a structure that changed under the influence of the events of the Thirty Years' War, post-White-Mountain confiscations and the Counter-Reformation.
Dilemmas of social workers in the Department of Assistance in Material Need
The thesis deals with dilemmas in the department of material assistance. The aim was to find out what dilemmas social workers in the material need department encounter in relation to their profession and institution, in relation to the client, in relation to society and in relation to their own family. Firstly, attention is paid to material need, specifically to the Department of Assistance in Material Need and the benefits paid by this department. A possible future scenario of how the situation in this department will develop is also outlined. Furthermore, the thesis focuses on the social worker and the client in material distress. The second chapter of the thesis deals with dilemmas of social workers, points out the difference between an ethical dilemma and an ethical problem, deals with the origin of dilemmas, their distinction and approaches to dilemmas. Attention is focused on the process of resolving ethical dilemmas. The third chapter is devoted to self-reflection and supervision as they can be tremendous aids in preventing the occurrence of ethical dilemmas. The fourth chapter provides an insight into the dilemmas encountered by the social workers in the welfare department with whom a semi-structured interview was conducted. Chapter five discusses these dilemmas from the perspective of ethical theories - deontology and utilitarianism. It seeks to find different perspectives on how the dilemmas can be resolved.
Client Server Application for the Creation of File Pages for the PČR
Terbr, Filip ; Beran, Vítězslav (referee) ; Rydlo, Štěpán (advisor)
The diploma thesis is devoted to the design and implementation of a system for editing photographic documentation of the Police of the Czech Republic. The work includes an analysis of currently used technologies, a design of the client application, a design of the server part of the system and a description of the implementation of the client and server parts of the system. The resulting implementation of the server part is written in JavaScript with support for the Express.JS framework, the resulting client application is written in JavaScript using the Electron framework.
The bachelor thesis deals with the topic of canistherapy. The theoretical part defines the concept of canistherapy, the subject of its research, target groups and users of this treatment. The thesis defines the aims, forms and methods, as well as its risks. It briefly describes the abilities, skills and suitability of the canistherapy dog and deals with the prevention of its abuse. The practical part also advocates a survey. The main aim was to find out what kind of relationship the dog and its owner, as handler, have with each other. It also looks at which dogs are suitable for canistherapy and their mental and physical health. Last but not least, what effect the contact with the dog has on the client and what are the possibilities to prevent abuse of the therapy dog.
Network Game: Destroy the Submarine
Jašek, Petr ; Mlích, Jozef (referee) ; Szőke, Igor (advisor)
This Bachelor's Thesis describes development of a simple network computer game. This thesis describes basic scheme of computer game development. Also an analysis of various implementation of network is made in this thesis. The output of this work is a computer program written in the C++ language. For implementation of the network the Boost 1.50.0 library was used. Network communication was implemented as client-server architecture with usage of the UDP protocol. For implementation of graphics and sound, the Allegro 5.0.7 library was used.
A Jabber/XMPP Transport for News via the NNTP Protocol
Halfar, Patrik ; Weiss, Petr (referee) ; Rychlý, Marek (advisor)
This document mention some possibilities of information sharing over computer networks. At the beginning there is described exchange information between group of users by NetNews . Next chapter make short introduction to project Jabber/XMPP and its possibilities. Other part appropriate to possibility combination these services and comment implemented application. There are include descriptions how configure most known Jabber servers for use of this application. There are contain XML schemes of uses files too.

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