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Teaching Sex Education in Selected Czech Schools from the Perspective of Pupils and Their Teachers
Kdýrová, Laura ; Hanušová, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Syřiště, Ivo (referee)
The bachelor thesis deals with the issue of sex education in the context of school education. The theoretical part of the thesis presents a general view into the teaching of sex education with an emphasis on the prevention of risky behaviour of adolescents. The main aim of the thesis was to map the teaching of sex education in two selected schools. The research methods of data collection were two - a questionnaire survey designed for the selected students (101 respondents) and an interview for the teachers who teach sex education at the selected schools (two teachers). The results of the survey reflect the respondents' experiences of teaching sex education in these schools, their personal views and suggestions, which were used to develop recommendations for practice. In both selected schools, the teaching of sex education is included only towards the end of compulsory schooling. At the selected primary school, its topics are taught in the subject of science, at the selected secondary school in the subject of "civic education". 85.7 % of the respondents of the selected primary school stated that they were divided into groups according to gender during sex education, while 84.4 % of the respondents of the selected secondary school stated that they were not divided. The selected teachers stated that...
The influence of nutrition and physical activity on women's reproductive health
Vařechová, Veronika ; Přáda, Jan (advisor) ; Weidenthalerová, Edita (referee)
This thesis deals with the influence of nutrition and physical aktivity on women's reproductive health. The theoretical part of the thesis describes the anatomy and physiology of the female reproductive system. Factors that can affect reproductive health are described here, and then the influence of nutrition on reproductive health is described. In the practical part, specific case studies of 20 women are described. In the practical part, it was found that nutrition and physical activity can have an effect on women's reproductive health. Key words: reproductive health, nutrition, physical aktivity, menstrual cycle disorders, polycystic ovary syndrome
Midwife and Reproductive Health
KUBIŠOVÁ, Kristýna
The bachelor thesis focuses on reproductive health with the coherence of midwife's work. The thesis is divided into theoretical and practical parts. The theoretical part deals with the definition of reproductive health, the physiology of human reproduction, the menstrual cycle, and the need for sex and reproductive education. Furthermore, the function of the public health service system is explained as well as the prevention as part of primary care in the Czech Republic. The midwife's doing is clarified along with her competence and her meaning in the prevention topic. The factors which influence reproductive health such as age, diet, recreational drug use, stress, etc. Are described in detail. The bachelor thesis also centers on family planning, a healthy conception, and types of contraceptive methods of birth control and some information about infertility is mentioned as well. The practical part aimed to discover upper-secondary and tertiary education students' opinions about reproductive health. Further, two hypotheses were determined, which were formulated as follows. Hypothesis n. 1: The tertiary students perceive the need for reproductive health education from a midwife more than upper-secondary students. Hypothesis n. 2: Women perceive the need for reproductive health education more than men. Qualitative data collection was chosen on which the questionnaire was based. The questionnaire contained 41 questions (31 closed, 8 mid-closed, and 2 open ones). It was spread in online form through Google Forms application. The research aggregate consisted of 210 respondents from upper-secondary education students (3rd and 4th years) and tertiary students from various occupations. The research sample was composed of students between the age of 17 to 27 from numerous regions of the Czech Republic. Fisher exact test was used for data analyses of the formulated hypotesis. The level of significance was stated as follows alpha = 5 % (0.05). H1 was not confirmed. It was proven that interest in reproductive health education is not dependent on students´ education; either upper secondary or tercially education degree. Also, it was not confirmed that the reproductive health education is required to be performed by midwife. H2 was confirmed. Based on the analysis was proven that women require reproductive health education to be performed by midwife more than men. According to 87 % (182) respondents of our survey the reproductive health education should be included in upper-secondary and tertiary education but 5 % (11) of respondents would not include it at all and 8 % (17) was not sure. The survey has shown that the ideal learner should be an externally educated person in reproductive health. This person would suit 78.5 % (124) of respondents, 8.2 % (13) of students would like to have a doctor for education in this topic. However, 6,3 % (9) of students would like to have teacher from their school and only for 5.1 % (9) of students the midwife would be suitable. The rest of the students, 1.9 % (3) would like to have somebody else. The Bachelor thesis and the survey could be used for purpose of educational plans and materials in topic of reproductive health education for students.
Knowledge of 8th and 9th grade elementary school students about reproductive health
The Bachelor thesis entitled Knowledge of pupils in 8th and 9th grades in primary schools about reproductive health focuses on the level of awareness of pupils aged 13 -16 about the issues of menstruation, safe sex, contraception, pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. The theoretical part of the bachelor's thesis describes health and its division into reproductive and sexual. It also describes the reproductive organs of women and men, menstrual periods and menstrual devices, sexual intercourse, and the possibilities offemale and male contraception, as adolescents need to know how to protect themselves from unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases. There are therefore individual chapters devoted precisely to sexually accurate diseases, pregnancy and abortion. The final chapter deals with the education of pupils on reproductive health issues and the role of midwives in the educational process. In the research part of the bachelor s thesis, a quantitative method was chosen as the method of research investigation. The data was collected through a questionnaire distributed to respondents on the social networking site Facebook. The questionnaire consisted of 36 questions, of which 23 were closed, 12 were semi-closed and 1 was open. The data obtained was processed and evaluated using Microsoft Excel and SPSS computer programs. Graphs showing the responses of boys and girls in the 8th and 9th grades of primary schools have been produced for each question. The research pool consisted of 101 respondents. Of the 8th grade, a total of 36 respondents were 7 boys and 29 girls. Of the 9th grade, a total of 65 respondents were 13 boys and 52 girls. The aim of this work was to find out what boys and girls of the 8th and 9th grades had knowledge about reproductive health, i.e. menstruation, safe sex, contraception, pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases. 3 hypotheses have been established for the research part. The first hypothesis was to determine whether girls in 8th grade had greater knowledge of reproductive health than boys in the same year. This hypothesis has been disproved. The second hypothesiswas to determine whether girls in the 9th grade had greater knowledge of reproductive health than boys in the same year. The second hypothesis was disproved. The third hypothesis looked at whether 9th graders had greater knowledge of reproductive health than 8th graders. This hypothesis has been confirmed.
Knowledge of Reproductive Health of Secondary School Youth
FILAUSOVÁ, Drahomíra
This Bachelor's thesis focuses on the knowledge of reproductive health among high-school population. The thesis consists of a theoretical and empirical part. In the theoretical part the terms reproductive health, female and male reproductive organs, female menstrual cycle as well as factors damaging reproductive health are defined. The work does not forget to mention prevention, birth control as well as education for better health. In the practical part the methodology of the quantitative research is described. It was carried out based on questionnaires distributed via social networks. The acquired data are presented in the form of graphs using a statistical evaluation.
Teaching options of sexual education and reproductive health at elementary schools
Drbohlavová, Tereza ; Hanušová, Jaroslava (advisor) ; Váchová, Alena (referee)
TITLE Possibilities of teaching sex education and reproductive health at selected elementary schools AUTHOR Bc. Tereza Drbohlavová SUPERVISOR PhDr. Hanušová Jaroslava, Ph.D. ABSTRAKT This thesis deals with the topic of sexual education in terms of teaching this topic at primary schools. First part of this thesis contains overview of basic concepts related to sexual education, brief history, available and recommended teaching aids (material and non- material) and recommendations for teaching pupils with special educational needs. Main goal of the work is to create a comprehensive overview of how sex education teaching takes place in selected elementary schools in terms of teaching evaluation, discussed topics or organization form of teaching. Survey results are .... in second part of this thesis. These results shows, that the sexual education teaching is very diverse from school to school. Most of the surveyed school prefer discussion that gives pupils an opportunity to express themselves and develop thoughts. Discussion between teacher and pupils was marked by 116 teachers, which is 97 %. Another important result is the importance of sex education for pupils from the teachers' point of view. For the interviewed teachers, the topics of sex education are "very important" compared to other chapters in the given...
Regional Distribution of Development Aid in Cambodia
Ficek, František ; Jelen, Libor (advisor) ; Těšinová, Michaela (referee)
Regional distribution of development aid in Cambodia Abstract This bachelor thesis, examines development aid distribution in Cambodia, specifically focused on the distribution and allocation of development projects that target reproductive health and education. Within the introduction, the history and current situation in Cambodia is presented, followed by a discussion of current approaches to development aid. The reproductive health and education issues will also be examined as well as the continuing discourse of development aid allocation. The research analyses the relationship between development interventions and reproductive health or education indicators on provincial level. The main outcome in Cambodia's development aid only highlights the distribution of aid with regard to the level of development in several cases; allocation of aid is mostly influenced by other factors rather than recipient need. Key words: Cambodia, development aid, allocation, distribution, reproductive health, education, official development assistance, non-governmental organizations
Pregnancy in women with assisted reproduction.
Bachelor thesis deals with pregnancy in women with assisted reproduction. The topic of the bachelor's thesis is up-to-date because every year there is an increase in the number of infertile couples and thus higher attendance of infertility centers. The bachelor thesis is divided into theoretical part and practical part. In the theoretical part we will deal with infertility in women and infertility in men. In the following chapters, we focused on assisted reproduction and assisted reproduction types. Last but not least, we will address the risks associated with assisted reproduction and ethics. The aim of the bachelor thesis is to find the attitudes of midwives to assisted reproduction. To this end, research questions have been developed: 1. How midwives perceive assisted reproduction? 2. How do midwives approach the care of a pregnant woman after assisted reproduction? The research was conducted in March and April in 2017. The qualitative research was carried out by a semi-structured interview with midwives. The interviews were conducted with nine midwives who work on a nursing unit at risk of pregnancy. Midwives were aged 27-54 years old. Respondents interviewed work in Ceske Budejovice, Prague, Ostrava and Brno. The survey was conducted with respondents on the basis of their consent to the signing "Request for Co-operation Agreement". This request to midwives guarantees anonymity and treatment of information obtained according to ethical standards. At the beginning of the interview, we obtained the respondent identification data. During the interview, respondents were asked about assisted reproduction issues. Specifically, the complications of assisted reproduction, assisted reproduction methods, midwifery attitudes to assisted reproduction and obstetricians' opinions on embryo reduction. A midwife interview led to the care of a woman with assisted reproduction and the care of women with OHSS. The opinions of midwives on the changing needs of women for assisted reproduction were also examined. The interviews were recorded on an audio device throughout. The conversations were subsequently overwritten and analyzed by the dyeing method in the text. Based on the analyzes obtained, two main categories and their sub-categories were identified. The first main category Assisted Reproduction is divided into three subcategories called Methods, Complications, and Attitudes of Midwives to the AR. The second main category is nursing care, which is divided into three subcategories called Specifics in Care of AR, Women's Awareness and Changed Needs. Midwives often encounter assisted reproduction and perceive it positively. Midwives who have personal experience with assisted reproduction perceive it better than midwives who have encountered this problem only in their practice. Midwives have found that women have altered needs after assisted reproduction, especially a sense of security and safety. The research has shown that midwives are aware of the risks associated with assisted reproduction and are partly aware of the care of women after the AR. Respondents also think that women are well informed about AR issues after assisted reproduction. A research survey has shown that each midwife is a personality and can perceive the issue of assisted reproduction differently. The result of this bachelor's thesis can be presented at expert conferences or published in professional journals.

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