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The importance of effective communication in the nursing team
BEJČKOVÁ, Eliška
This bachelor thesis is focused on The importance of effective communication in the nursing team. The aim of this thesis was to find out the impact of communication in the nursing team when performing nursing activities. Then to find out what kind of effect communication between staff has on their relationships with each other. The final objective was to determine if effective communication minimizes errors in nursing practice. The thesis was divided into theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part was devoted to general communication, followed by communication in health care, members of nursing team, personality of the health care worker, conflicts, burnout syndrome, health care, and finally basic information about departmental safety goals. In the practical part, qualitative research was conducted in the form of a semi-structured interview, which was subsequently processed in the form of diagrams. The research was conducted with members of the nursing team in different hospital departments. The results of this thesis revealed that the interviewed informants are aware of the impact of communication on their work and relationships within the team and with patients. They also indicated the most frequently resolved conflict situations and most informants indicated their subsequent adequate resolution. With the exception of one informant, all interviewees agreed that staff put patients mental and physical health at risk through ineffective communication. The objectives of the thesis were met and will be of benefit, both for staff working in the hospital setting and for students studying this field. The results of the thesis could also be an indicator of the quality of communication and a motivation for it's improvement.
Motivation and Stimulation
Hulewiczová, Monika ; Princová, Irena (referee) ; Franková, Emilie (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the analysis and evaluation of the work environment ( job satisfaction ) in connection with motivation and stimulation in the selected company. The intention of the thesis is to analyze the company, to point out the importance of optimal motivation in connection with an appropriate working environment to identify potential weaknesses and propose solutions for efficient use of the human potential. In the theoretical level, based on studied professional literature, it defines the basic concepts and standards related to motivation and work environment. The following practical part presents the results of an analysis of the work environment in connection with motivation and stimulation in a specific organization based in the Czech Republic.
Concept for Organizational Culture Change in the SILGOR, a.s. Company
Tošerová, Valérie ; Orlík, Adam (referee) ; Konečná, Zdeňka (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to summarize the theoretical knowledge related to the concept of organizational culture, describing the most important functions, elements, structures, typology and methods for its analysis. Based on the analysis of organizational culture in the organisation was outlined the current organizational culture through the use of systematic observation and investigation using interviews, written methods of interviewing and document analysis of the organization. Then the deficiencies in the organizational culture of the organization have been detected and the actions and recommendations for improving the current situation towards the desired organizationa culture have been suggested.
Application Development Framework for Peer-to-Peer Collaboration
Hrdina, Jan ; Očenášek, Pavel (referee) ; Rychlý, Marek (advisor)
The thesis deals with the design and implementation of the application framework for the creation of collaborative web editors that enable peer-to-peer collaboration in real time. The thesis summarizes existing approaches for data replication, from which M. Kleppmann's CRDT (conflict-free replicated data type) for JSON is chosen as the most suitable. Using the resulting framework, the created content can be safely shared in groups of peers, where each member can be assigned different permissions. Own communication protocols based on WebRTC, WebSocket and WebCrypto are designed and implemented for P2P connection establishment and subsequent communication. The framework allows to resolve conflicts and work independently without an Internet connection. For a consistent user experience, the library includes a set of user interface elements for managing friends, groups, and other common tasks. The framework is implemented using functional design patterns implemented in the ReasonML language. The functionality of the result is verified by creating an example application of the mind map editor.
Interpersonal relationships and their projections into the quality of nursing care provision in intensive care units
FÜRST, Zdeněk
This thesis deals with interpersonal relationships and their projection into the quality of the provision of nursing care at intensive care units. 3 goals were set for this purpose and 8 hypotheses were subsequently defined and statistically analysed. The above-mentioned goals were achieved by the means of a quantitative research in which the technique of non-standardized questionnaires was applied (valid questionnaires returned: 56.5%). The research sample consisted of 173 intentionally selected respondents from among non-doctoral healthcare workers. The research has shown that positive interpersonal relationships prevail at intensive care units (61.3%). 87.3% of the respondents met their colleagues outside of working hours. Interpersonal troubles occurred among 44.5% of respondents, while interpersonal conflicts were noted among 59.5% of respondents. The occurrence of bullying was noted among 26.6% of respondents. Respondents mostly faced arguing and aggressiveness (22.1%) within the performance of their duties. They also faced offence and humiliation (18.2 %) and slandering (18.2%). The quality of nursing care was defined on the basis of the opinions of the respondents and their ability to cooperate. The proportion of the occurrence of good-quality and poor-quality nursing care does not differ (p = 0.323). The fact that the quality of the nursing care with positive and negative relationships differs (p < 0,001) was a significant finding; negative relationships reduce the quality of nursing care. We consider the issue this research deals with to be topical. The thesis presents an insight into the problems in question and can serve as a basis for further projects. The thesis also points out the importance of the regulation of interpersonal relationships at intensive care units on the basis of empiric data, and urges that interventions positively affecting these relationships be implemented as they can have a desirable impact on the quality of nursing care.
Arming Subsaharan Africa (2011-2020)
Hoza, František ; Kofroň, Jan (advisor) ; Doboš, Bohumil (referee)
Most countries in sub-Saharan Africa lack the capacity to produce arms and military equipment, so they are fully dependent on arms imports. At the same time, the arms trade has a strong political dimension, which is a huge volume beyond the financial trade itself. The aim of this work is to provide a descriptive analysis of the armament of sub-Saharan Africa between 2011 and 2020. This work uses data to define the largest exporters and importers in the region over a period of time and examines the effects of various variables on arms imports and exports to sub-Saharan Africa. Data for analysis were collected from a publicly available databank such as The World Databank or SIPRI. R studio with the assistance of ggplot2 and tidyverse packages was used to analyze and process all data. Thanks to this analysis, we found that, contrary to previously stated hypotheses, Chinese arms imports to sub-Saharan Africa are no longer growing than Russia, and Russia is still the largest arms exporter to the region. Some data suggest that there are correlations between arms imports into the region and war conflicts, which cause the two variables to interact.
Returning Vertebrate Species as a Topic of Environmental Education
Hartlová, Adéla ; Andreska, Jan (advisor) ; Chocholoušková, Zdenka (referee) ; Urban, Peter (referee)
The presented thesis deals with the relationship between humans and animals that return to the Czech Republic due to various circumstances, especially national protection, and protection within the European Union. This is a group of animals that have been exterminated from the Czech wilderness for various reasons and upon their return cause damage, arouse fear and cause controversy. The spontaneous return and reintroduction of some vertebrate species is, therefore, considered a controversial topic at present because we are facing reintroduced and returning species more and more frequently. This is why people should ideally be introduced to this topic at primary schools, where the information is presented in a clear and didactic way, rather than later on, for example, in the context of various attitudes-raising campaigns. For this reason, this research was performed at primary schools, grammar schools and secondary vocational schools training future foresters and fishermen, in order to determine what pupils' attitudes towards these returning or reintroduced vertebrate species are and what can influence these attitudes. This research was carried out in the form of a questionnaire survey with analyses in Jamovi and Statistica 14. Subsequent analyses of the data revealed that students have generally...
Arming Subsaharan Africa (2011-2020)
Hoza, František ; Kofroň, Jan (advisor) ; Doboš, Bohumil (referee)
Most countries in sub-Saharan Africa lack the capacity to produce arms and military equipment, so they are fully dependent on arms imports. At the same time, the arms trade has a strong political dimension, which is a huge volume beyond the financial trade itself. The aim of this work is to provide a descriptive analysis of the armament of sub-Saharan Africa between 2011 and 2020. This work uses data to define the largest exporters and importers in the region over a period of time and examines the effects of various variables on arms imports and exports to sub-Saharan Africa. Data for analysis were collected from a publicly available databank such as The World Databank or SIPRI. R studio with the assistance of ggplot2 and tidyverse packages was used to analyze and process all data. Thanks to this analysis, we found that, contrary to previously stated hypotheses, Chinese arms imports to sub-Saharan Africa are no longer growing than Russia, and Russia is still the largest arms exporter to the region. Some data suggest that there are correlations between arms imports into the region and war conflicts, which cause the two variables to interact.
Bullying in schools through the eyes of school principals
Čížková, Kateřina ; Svobodová, Zuzana (advisor) ; Liška, Roman (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with bullying and conflicts in the school environment, specifically in the environment of kindergartens, primary and secondary schools and how the principals of these schools view bullying. Bullying in the school environment is a frequently discussed phenomenon and a problem that needs to be addressed, hence it was chosen as a current topic for this thesis. The theoretical part describes the knowledge about conflicts and bullying - definitions of conflict and bullying, classification, manifestations and causes, methods of solution and prevention, as well as history. The empirical part deals with in depth interviews with school principals, who answer questions about bullying at their school as part of qualitative research. The possible occurrence of bullying and conflicts, the awareness and experience of school principals, as well as their views on bullying and conflicts in education are identified. Furthermore, the methods of prevention and solutions that the school chooses are found out. The work is based on methodological approaches of grounded theory. The data from the interviews are analyzed, then divided into appropriate categories and subcategories using coding method. There are mutual relations between the categories, which can be seen in the created scheme at the...
MENTAL LOAD OF TOP MANAGEMENT COPING WITH STRESS
Pospíchal, Martin ; Michalík, David (referee) ; Rymeš, Milan (referee)
Mental load of top management - coping with stress Ing.Mgr.Martin Pospíchal, The Faculty of Arts of Charel University in Prague, 2013 The topic of this thesis is the issue of mental load, respectively mental load in professions that are increasingly exposed to its influence. From a myriad of professions in which people are under intense mental load, this thesis examines the group of top managers, particularly in companies involved in the sale of information technologies. The objective of this thesis is primarily to capture the methods and strategies for coping with stress in this target group. From a methodological perspective, the semi-structured interview and standardized questionnaire research methods were used to identify strategies for coping with stress. The conducted research confirmed with certain degree of probability that intense mental load is an integral part of the performance of the top manager profession. Its impact is assessed as more stressful in comparison with lower job titles, particularly from the perspective of a wider range of active forms of mental load. The research has shown that the predominant types of coping with mental load are mainly active methods of coping with stress, such as control and management of the situation itself, control of your responses in the given...

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