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Education of hospitalized children
Juránová, Veronika ; Stará, Jana (advisor) ; Kropáčková, Jana (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with needs of hospitalized school-age children, attitudes towards rearing of these children and education in a hospital school. Attention is paid mainly to social and educational needs of hospitalized children. The aim of the diploma thesis is to collect expertise related to the aspects of long-term hospitalization of a child and evaluate the reality of the education in the hospital school where the research took place. Firstly, the theoretical part defines the characteristics of physical and mental development of a school-age child. Furthermore, the theoretical part deals with various aspects of hospitalization of a child, especially in relation to his family and school life. In the empirical part, the qualitative research through interviews and observation is applied. It concentrates on how hospitalized children assess education in hospital schools, how the hospital schooling is organized and how the hospital school communicates with the school where a patient goes to. The research has shown that the respondents have a very positive attitude towards education in the hospital school, especially due to the individual approach of hospital teachers. On the other hand, they lack a collective from the school they normally go to. Moreover, a hospital teacher must be flexible in...
Nursing care about child with traction
HEIMLICHOVÁ, Blanka
This bachleor work being titled ?Nursing care of children with traction? consists of two sections. The first section deals with theory, i.e. it represents a theoretical part which focuses on anatomy of bones, specific fractures of children?s fractures, children's accident frequency rate, diagnostics and fracture therapy, nursing process, hospital schools and volunteers at children?s wards. The second section deals with research. For the purpose of the research two goals have been established as well as four research tasks. The aim of this work is to find out specific features of the nursing care of the children with traction and to find out the possibilities of making children with traction busy during children?s hospitalisation period. The research tasks having been set are as follows: Has nursing care of a child with traction any specific features? What are the specific features of nursing care of a child with traction? Is a child with traction encouraged in his/her self-serving activities by nursing personnel? Are volunteers an integral part of a team providing nursing care services for a child with traction? In this work qualitative research has been applied. The data have been processed by means of half-structured interviews with children on traction, their mothers and sisters providing health care services for the abovementioned children and by hidden observations. The interviews consisted in 30 questions for nurses and 20 questions intended for both hospitalised children and mothers being hospitalised together with their children. From the data having been obtained from the interviews case reports have been made and the questions from the interviews have been recorded to the form of matrices as well as the results from hidden observations.On the basis of the results evaluations the responses and answers regarding the questions having been put to executive questions the following conclusions have been made: The nursing care of children with traction has shown specific features in the care of the children?s epiderms. The nursing care of the children with traction has shown its features in the area of hygiene.A child with traction is encouraged and supported in self-serving activities by nursing personnel.The children have been educated regarding suitable and unsuitable moving actions of their limbs. The nursing care of the children with traction has shown its specific features in the area of physiotherapy.The children with traction are integrated in the hospital school curriculum.An integral part of the care devoted to a child with traction is making them take up free time activities in the course of a day in which not only the volunteers, and pedagogues from hospital school and after-school care centre are participating but also the children?s parents. The aforementioned volunteers are an integral part of the team taking care of the children with traction.The nursing care of a child with traction has its specific features. The nursing care of a child with traction is provided by multidiscipline team that besides doctors of medicine and professional nurses within the scope of medical treatment process has been joined by physiotherapists, social workers, psychologists, pedagogues from hospital school a after-school care centre, volunteers, play and game specialists or the parents of the hospitalised children.The results of the above specified research have been summarized into a manual dealing with nursing care of a child with traction intended for parents and it will be offered to the parents of the children with traction in order to make understanding of the therapy easier for the parents and provide the parents with quality nursing care. The results will be published in an article in the professional magazine for nurses.

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